Lesson: Place Value:Expanded Notation: Lesson 10
Lessons by Edward Brooke Charter School:
I. Curriculum Standards
ü Count by 3 to 30 and 4 to 40, starting at any multiple of 3 or 4. [M.1.2.a]
ü Count by 100 and 1000, starting at any number to ten thousand. [M.1.2.b]
ü Identify place value of digits up to ten-thousand. [M.2.2.a]
ü Demonstrates an understanding of the values of digits up to ten thousand (e.g., that in 21,054, the 1 represents 1,000). [M.2.2.c]
ü Name and write, in numerals and words, whole numbers to 10,000. [M.3.2]
ü Locate numbers up to ten-thousand on a number line. [M.5.2]
ü Order numbers up to 10,000. [M.6.2]
II. The Point
How do mathematicians read, write, and represent numbers in the ten- thousands?
III. Materials Needed
Copies of 2.5.10 Math Message
Copies of 2.5.10 Math Workout
Copies of 2.5.10 Worksheets (A, B,C as needed)
2.5.5 Teacher Reference page (“Routines with Place Value Tools”)
Base 10 Blocks
Place Value Mats
Slates and Markers
Classroom Place Value Flip Chart
IV. Lesson Outline
Time: 60 Minutes
10 min. – Math Message
30 min. - Reading, Writing, and Showing Numbers in the Thousands
15 min. – Math Workout
5 min. – Summary
V. Learning Activities
1. Math Message (10 min.)
Students work to independently complete 2.5.10 Math Message. (5 min.)
Go over the answers as a whole class. Model the statements of equality with the base-10 blocks. (5 min.)
2. Reading, Writing, and Showing Numbers in the Ten-Thousands (30 min.)
Use some of the following activities to help your students develop an understanding and fluency with numbers in the ten- thousands.
See the 2.5.5 Teacher Reference page for many examples of ways to have students develop an understanding and fluency with place value in the thousands. Many of these tasks can be completed in whole group practice, small group work, partner work, or 1:1.
For these activities, students will need base-10 blocks, place value mats, slates, number cards, etc. Students can also use the class place value flip chart to display numbers.
There are 3 different worksheets: A, B, and C.
A: straight forward practice with place value and counting by 1s.
B: slightly more challenging questions relating to place value
C: items taken directly from past MCAS tests
(Feel free to use these worksheets for future practice as well.)
3. Math Workout (15 min.)
Students complete 2.5.10 Math Workout
4. Summary (5 min.)
How do mathematicians read, write, and represent numbers in the ten-thousands?
|3.1.10 Worksheet C.doc||
|3.1.10 Math Message.doc||
|3.1.10 Worksheet B.doc||