+ Mathematics: Introduction to Numbers Jade Smith
+ Content Area: Mathematics Grade Level: 1 st grade Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to help students become familiar with numbers from smallest to largest. Learning Objective: The students will review slides from the PowerPoint in order to answer questions in the game at the end of the presentation. State or Common Core and ISTE Standard: Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies. Identify and define authentic problems and significant questions for investigation.
+ Number Line Using a number line helps to recognize which numbers are big or small. https://youtu.be/M- wG4X_dYLchttps://youtu.be/M- wG4X_dYLc Numbers that are on the right are large Numbers that are on the left are small
+ Place Value Numbers are written using only 10 symbols which are called digits. https://youtu.be/21l3Jg5_MCg https://youtu.be/21l3Jg5_MCg The place value of 7 is 7 The place value of 6 is 60 The place value of 5 is 500 The place value of 1 is 1,000,000 The place value of 2 is 200,000 The place value of 3 is 30,000 The place value of 4 is 4,000
+ Ordering Numbers When ordering numbers, we are simply putting them in order. Ascending order or Descending order. https://youtu.be/0S0NIz7utFU https://youtu.be/0S0NIz7utFU When placing numbers in descending order we are putting them from largest to smallest. When placing numbers in ascending orders we are putting them from smallest to largest.
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Instructions: 1.Divide into Teams. 2.Write down the questions from the next 3 slides and begin the race afterwards. 3.Each team is asked a question. If they answer correctly, click their teams color button to move their car. 4.The team who’s the furthest wins. Play
+ Questions 1 Sue owes $3, Brian owes $5 but Alex doesn't owe anything, in fact he has $3 in his pocket. Where should we place each person on the number line? Questions 2 Which number on the number line is -3 greater than 3?
+ Questions 3 For the numbers 2468, what value place is the 6 in? A. OnesB. Hundreds C. TensD. Thousand Write ”two thousand, seven hundred as a number. Questions 4 A. 2,700B. 200,700 C. 2,070D. 270,000
+ Questions 5 Place 4, 17, 2, 11, 13, 6 and 8 in ascending order Questions 6 Place 1, 16, 33, 7, 79, 30, 12, 74, 86, 35 in descending order.
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+ What You’ve Learned You have learned how to use a number line. You have learned place value You have learned how to order number ascending and descending.