# Everyday Math Grade 4 – Lesson 2.3 Place Value in Whole Numbers

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Everyday Math Grade 4 – Lesson 2.3 Place Value in Whole Numbers

Lesson Components: Part 1: Math Boxes 2.3 Page 33 Part 2: Review
Part 3: PowerPoint Lesson Part 4: Math Journal Page 32 Part 5: Place Value Chart Page 31 Part 6: Worksheets Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Part 1: Place Value to the Hundred Millions
Lesson 2.3 Part 1: Place Value to the Hundred Millions Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Place Value Helpful Hint: You can think of each period as a family.

Place Value Practice 1 What number is in the ten’s place? ____________________________ hundred thousand’s place? ________________ ten million’s place? ______________________ thousand’s place? _______________________ 8 7 6 4 5 3 2 1 2

Place Value Practice 2 What number is in the hundred’s place? ________________________ hundred million’s place? __________________ ten thousand’s place? ____________________ million’s place? _________________________ 8 7 6 4 5 3 2 1 3

Go to Turning Point Review

1. What number is in the ten’s place?

2. What number is in the million’s place?

3. What number is in the hundred thousand’s place?

4. What number is in the ten million’s place?

5. What number is in the hundred’s place?

6. What place is the number 1 in ?

7. What place is the number 3 in ?

8. What place is the number 0 in ?

9. What place is the number 5 in ?

10. What place is the number 7 in?

Part 2: Reading Numbers to the Hundred Million

Place Value Helpful Hint: You can think of each period as a family.

3 2 7,8 1 2 Reading Big Numbers Let’s Practice:
Read in between in each comma. Then say the place name or family name when you get to each comma. Let’s Practice: 3 2 7,8 1 2 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

5 3 7,8 1 2,6 4 9 Reading Big Numbers Let’s Practice Another One:
Read in between in each comma. Then say the place name or family name when you get to each comma. Let’s Practice Another One: 5 3 7,8 1 2,6 4 9 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Part 3: Identifying Value to the Hundred Million
Lesson 2.2 Part 3: Identifying Value to the Hundred Million Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Value of a Number To find the value of a digit, follow these steps:
Circle the number Write the digit down Then count the # of places after the digit Add that same # of zeros Example #1: 678, 143, 355 What is the 7 worth? ___________________________ Example#2: 980, 716, 040 What is the 9 worth? ___________________________ 4 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Value of a Number Practice 1
Problem #1: 290, 763, 891 What is the 3 worth? ___________________________ Problem#2: 856, 742, 121 What is the 5 worth? ___________________________ Problem#3: 260, 158, 403 What is the 2 worth? ___________________________ 5 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Value of a Number Practice 2
Problem #1: 289, 641, 099 What is the 8 worth? ___________________________ Problem#2: 654, 152, 631 What is the 2 worth? ___________________________ Problem#3: 397, 126, 848 What is the 4 worth? ___________________________ 6 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Value of a Number Practice 3
Problem #1: 210, 983, 725 What is the 5 worth? ___________________________ Problem#2: 180, 425, 005 What is the 8 worth? ___________________________ Problem#3: 242, 905, 127 What is the 1 worth? ___________________________ 7 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Part 4: Expanded Form to the Hundred Million
Lesson 2.2 Part 4: Expanded Form to the Hundred Million Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Expanded Form Example Expanded form is one way to write numbers.
You can put numbers in expanded form by writing the value of each digit. Example 1: 729, 315, 468 __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ 8 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Expanded Form Practice 1
Problem 1: 657,291,542 __________________ + __________________ + __________________ Problem 2: 491,352,366 9 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Expanded Form Practice 2
Problem 3: 700,925,501 __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ Problem 4: 401,592,380 __________________ 10 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Expanded Form Practice 3
Problem 5: 67,216,599 __________________ + __________________ + __________________ + __________________ Problem 6: 490,314,016 __________________ 11 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Part 5: Expanded Form to the Hundred Million in REVERSE
Lesson 2.2 Part 5: Expanded Form to the Hundred Million in REVERSE Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Expanded Form in Reverse 1

Expanded Form in Reverse 2
800, ,000,000 90, ,000,000 3, ,000 ,000 + + 13 Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott

Everyday Math Journal Page: 32

Everyday Math Journal Page: 31
PLACE VALUE CHART Everyday Math Journal Page: 31 Copyright © 20010Kelly Mott

Lesson 2.2 Part 6: Worksheets

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