This Place Value PowerPoint for 4th Grade Math will help construct the understanding of place value to the hundredths place.
* Place Value to the hundredths place
* Decomposing Numbers
* Using number lines and open number lines
* Using multiple representations such as Place Value Disks and Base Ten Blocks
* Word Problems
* Comparing Numbers - Comparing Decimals
* 4th Grade TEKS include - 4.1A, 4.1C, 4.1D, 4.1E, 4.1 F, 4.1G, 4.2A, 4.2B, 4.2C, 4.2E, 4.2F, and 4.2H
Number lines, decomposing, comparing, place value discs and base-ten blocks make this comprehensive presentation a valuable tool for 4th grade Texas teachers. It is interactive and full of TEK specific content. It keeps the students engaged with variety, choice, rigor, and partner time. It contains a great deal of animation and the text is fully editable. You can add slides, delete slides or rearrange slides. The clip art is "glued" in place but the text and animation are easy to edit.
Directions for Use:
This interactive PowerPoint is designed to follow the language, rigor, and suggested pace of the newly adopted Math TEKS. These concepts, which may be difficult for some fourth graders, are intended to be introduced and practiced in 8-10 consecutive days. The presentation is divided into 9 sections:
1. Wagon Wheel Slides: (4.2A) Introduce place value and practice the use of base ten blocks.
2. Sheriff Badge Slides: (4.2E) Introduce and practice the use of place value discs, money and decimal disks and other models.
3. Cowboy Hat Slides: (4.2H) Introduce and practice the use of open number lines and number lines with tics both horizontal and vertical.
4. Fence Post Slides:(4.2C, 4.2F) Introduce and practice the skill of comparing whole numbers and decimals.
5. Cowboy Boot Slides: Introduce and practice the skill of decomposing large numbers.
6. Barrel Slides: (4.2B) Introduce and practice sketching base ten blocks and representing numbers with multiple models.
7, Horseshoe Slides: (4.3G) Using strip diagrams, number lines and rulers to compare fractions and decimals and their relationship from the zero.
8. True False Quiz: Students respond to 10 comprehensive thought provoking questions in a whole group setting.
9. Questions for Math Journals: Placed in the back but easily moved forward as desired.
Marker Boards and markers are best for student responses but paper and pencil and even writing on their desk is an option.
Students respond to practice questions raising their marker boards for the teacher to see at a glance. At times, they share with a partner and at times they work with small groups. This presentation is created with the top TEK resources in mind. Watch for additional units of study coming soon.
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This resource, created by Paula McClendon at Dazzle on a Dime, LLC, is licensed for one classroom use only. Additional licenses are available for a reduced price.