Using Repeated Addition to Solve the Problem - Section 2: Working in Small Groups

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Larger Numbers: A Tie to Social Studies

Unit 8: Numbers Have Patterns
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT compare larger numbers within the context of geography.

Big Idea: I want my students to realize that numbers are everywhere and math is applicable to almost all other subjects. Geography offers a perfect opportunity for students to make this connection.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Algebra, Patterns (Algebra), Place Value, addition, subtraction, comparison, tie to social studies
  50 minutes
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