# Place Value By Miss O..

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Place Value By Miss O.

Timed Test Use the graph(s) to record your scores.
We will be doing addition the rest of the week, so you can see your improvement!

Textbook p. 8: Understanding Greater Numbers
Chant Together! We are listing PLACES here!

Glue Chart in math notebook
We are listing PLACES here!

Standard Form: (normal number way)

Base 10 Block Form: Shows the VALUE of the number! What’s the WORTH of the number? Value = worth

Expanded Form: (looks like a rubber band expanding)
Shows the VALUE of the number! Breaks it down into what base 10 blocks were used to create the big number!

Don’t forget to use commas between parts.
Word Form: Has words Don’t forget to use commas between parts.

Let’s practice with a chart together:
What is this base 10 block number in each of the forms below? Standard Form Expanded Form Word Form

You practice yourself! What is this base 10 block number Miss O. puts on the kidney table with our class’ base 10 blocks in each of the forms below? Standard Form Expanded Form Word Form

Place is the location of the digit in a big number.
Place is its spot. The PLACE value of the 1 is the thousands place. Use word form to indicate PLACE.

Value is how much the big number is worth.
Value is written as the underlined digit’s value in expanded form.

Place Value Song (to the tune of “When the Saints Go Marching In”)  D Ones, tens, and hundreds, from right to left D A Oh thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands A D G Millions, ten millions, hundred millions D A D Billions, ten billions, hundred billions.

D When it asks PLACE, you put the WORD. D You put the WORD of the
D When it asks PLACE, you put the WORD. D You put the WORD of the A PLACE as the answer. D G The underlined digit has a PLACE, D A so write WORD of the PLACE in the D space.

D When asked the VALUE, you put the NUMBER. D
D When asked the VALUE, you put the NUMBER. D A It’s the digit’s VALUE as a NUMBER. D G If the digit is 8 in the thousands place, D A D Write 8,000 for the VALUE’s space.

Textbook p. 9 Skills and Understanding
Let’s do #6 together. Then you do, 7-9 independently. I’ll come check. Early Finishers: Complete #1-5 in notebook.

Textbook p. 11 Check Let’s do #1 and 2 together.
Then you do the odd #’s 3-17 independently. I’ll come check. Early Finishers: Letter Code Enrichment Page.

What are you doing? Page 9, #’s 7-9. Page 11, odd #’s 3-17.
Begin on your place value packet. Don’t Get It? Come work with me at the kidney table! =) Early Finishers: Practice Place Value Skit quietly on the black carpet.

Day 2 Addition Timed Test Record the date!

Digit 4 (wears a sign) Anne Dan Sandy Andy Math textbook Right to left sign Sign sign

Hang Poster!

Place Value Song (to the tune of “When the Saints Go Marching In”)   Ones, tens, and hundreds, from right to left Oh thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands Millions, ten millions, hundred millions Billions, ten billions, hundred billions.

When it asks PLACE, you put the WORD
When it asks PLACE, you put the WORD. You put the WORD of the PLACE as the answer. The underlined digit has a PLACE, so write WORD of the PLACE in the space.

When asked the VALUE, you put the NUMBER
When asked the VALUE, you put the NUMBER. It’s the digit’s VALUE as a NUMBER. If the digit is 8 in the thousands place, Write 8,000 for the VALUE’s space.

The Difference between place and value:
Place means __________________. Value means _________________. Write place with ________________. Write value with _______________.

Find the Mystery Number Page
Complete at least the first box.

Together: Write the number that is one million more than 14,035,390.

Try One By Yourself: Write the number that is one million more than 55,025,834.

Find a pattern: Textbook p. 11 #21 Together: what do you notice about these 3 numbers? 2, , ,138 Complete #22-24 by yourself.

Play a game! If you play the dice game today, you will play the card game tomorrow. And vice versa. Level 4 in participation: with your partner, make your game a little more challenging but still be practicing place and value.

How to play the games? With the partners Miss O. puts together with her Peanuts cards, you will either do the dice game or the card game together around the room or at your desks. Early Finishers: Make a poster using computer paper for something we have learned in math this week!