I love teaching my math lessons using interactive math notebooks. This lesson contains everything you need for your interactive notebook. It includes a preview which leads into the lesson. It also has numerous slides for the interactive learning part of the lesson and a process for students to practice independently. This lesson displays nicely on a whiteboard for whole group instruction or computers and tablets for small group instruction.
This resource contains 30 full color slides that focus on teaching students that a digit in one place represents ten times the value of the place to its right using the gradual release model. Also included are left and right side activities for the interactive notebook. The preview slide ask students how many ones make a ten, how many tens make a hundred, and how many hundreds make a thousand. This leads into the interactive learning part of the lesson. Several of the slides are great visual aids to help differentiate instruction for all learners through chunking and repetition. There is a process at the end of the lesson for students to practice independently. This process can be used as an exit ticket to see what the students have learned. I have also included additional practice which can be used for small group or it can even be used as a formative. Be creative and do what works best for you and your students.
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