Parallel place value activities and assessments differentiate for two levels: basic and advanced. Posters, hands-on activities, games, and practice sheets move students to mastery of multi-digit numeration.
Now you can teach one lesson to reach two groups. Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich
, this unit is classroom tested and kid approved. It gives all students a strong understanding of whole numbers in less than two weeks.
• Reading Large Numbers
• Comparing Place Values
• Building Whole Numbers
• Writing Numbers in Standard Form
• Writing Numbers in Words
• Writing Numbers in Expanded Form
• Rounding (to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousand)
• Comparing and Ordering
What’s included? Everything you need to reach and teach your fourth graders!
• Multi-Digit Whole Numbers: Basic
– This 60-page unit asks students to work with numbers up to 999,999. It includes a three-page pretest, six instructional posters, six hands-on activities, nine worksheets, two fun activities, a three-page review, and a three-page posttest.
• Multi-Digit Whole Numbers: Challenging
- This parallel unit asks students to work with numbers up to 999,999,999. The teacher can teach one lesson to the entire class then challenge high ability (gifted and talented) learners with more difficult problems. This unit also includes a three-page pretest, six instructional posters, eight hands-on activities, nine worksheets, two fun activities, a three-page review, and a three-page posttest.
Multi-Digit “I Have, Who Has?” Game – A set of cards engages a class (up to 31 students) in a game to find who has a number in standard form, words, or expanded form when given digits in place values up to the hundred thousands. Each child builds the numbers on a record-keeping sheet as the game progresses.
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