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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 Objectives: Understand place value in 6-digit numbers Compare numbers up to 1,000,000

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 452,523542,523 Write the larger number on your whiteboard. Can you explain how you know? Should we write > or < between them?

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 First, write the biggest number you can make using these digits. Next, write the smallest number you can make using these digits. Then tell your partner how you decided where to put each digit. 4 5 2 5 2 3

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 First, write the biggest number you can make using these digits. Next, write the smallest number you can make using these digits. Then tell your partner how you decided where to put each digit. 3 1 7 6 2 5

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 First, write the biggest number you can make using these digits. Next, write the smallest number you can make using these digits. Then tell your partner how you decided where to put each digit. 8 9 2 3 4 6

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 Draw □□□,□□□on your whiteboard. Write the digit you are shown in one of your boxes. Repeat this 5 times. If your number is bigger than the teacher’s, you score 10 points! If it’s equal then you score 5 points. If you have the biggest number in the whole class you score 50 points!

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 Work in pairs. Each of you should draw □□□,□□□on your whiteboard. Shuffle the digit cards. Take the top 6 and use them to fill in the boxes. The person closest to 500,000 wins! Repeat twice more.

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© Hamilton Trust Simmering Term 1 Week 1 Day 2 Write a number between 0 and 1,000,000 on your whiteboard. Can we order 5 numbers from smallest to largest?

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