## Reflection: Intervention and Extension What is my value? - Section 3: Independent Showcase values

Some students struggled throughout the lesson. I invited students to a smaller group session and gave each student a copy of their assignment and a pair of scissors. I ask students to cut apart the cards.

I explain that they are going to use these numbers to create large numbers.  I ask students to play with the numbers for 1-2 minutes. I ask students what they notice about the numbers. I accept several responses; however, they are not reasonable. I write a number on the board and ask students to use their number cards to create the number. I do this several times.  If students are struggling, I model for them how to stack the numbers on top of each other to create the number. I discuss the value of each digit by pulling out the number card to reveal the value. I repeat this process until students are able to explain the process mathematically.

What I Noticed!
Intervention and Extension: What I Noticed!

# What is my value?

Unit 4: Numbers and Their Places!
Lesson 14 of 15

## Big Idea: In this lesson students will use place value charts, and base tens to understand the value of digits in multi-digit numbers.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, value, base ten, hands on
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### Carol Redfield

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