# Place Value Unit, Big Numbers NO PREP

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This is a 72 page PRINT and TEACH resource to get your mathematics program off to a great start. In this download you will have everything you need to teach an entire Place Value unit. Students will learn about the building blocks of numbers in a series of 10 lessons.

This unit covers the following concepts:
- Place value of whole and decimal numbers
- Ways to represent numbers (standard, word, expanded form, base 10)
- Digit Values to millions
- Comparing Numbers, whole and decimal (greater than/less than, number line and line it up strategy)
- Numbers of Magnitude (BIG numbers) to millions
- Factors and Multiples
- Prime and Composite Numbers

A lot of students may find themselves struggling as they get into the higher levels of mathematics. One of the assumptions of mastering math is that you just need to memorize the formula and plug in the numbers. But to truly excel in any field, you must also understand the concept and the reasoning behind it so that you can play around with it. Once a child has a good understanding of place value, he or she will have an easier time with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, expanded notation, etc. This Place Value Unit teaches students the “why” behind the basics of mathematics, beyond memorization and repetition.

This unit contains:
A 43 Page Student Booklet
10 Lessons (All including 3 parts: Getting Started, Working On It/Problem of the Day and Ticket Out the Door)
6 Easy Print Warm-up Activities (Making Numbers, Standard Form/Word Form Mix and Match, Abacus Values, Expanded Form Match, Decimal Number Line, Greater Than/Less Than Chart)
Game: Go For 50 (Prime and Composite Numbers)
Inquiry Activities
3 Assessments (Diagnostic, Formative, Summative)
• Also Includes a modified summative assessment
Study Guide (regular and modified)

Outline of Lessons:

Diagnostic Assessment

Lesson 1: What Is Place Value?
Warm-up: Making Numbers
Getting Started: Video
Working On It: Place Value Colour Coded Chart
Problem of the Day: Mystery Number
Ticket: Mystery number question

Lesson 2: Ways to Represent Numbers (Standard, Word, Expanded Form)
Warm-up: Mix and Match
Getting Started: Spacing Numbers
Ticket: Word form and standard form practice

Lesson 3: Digit Value
Warm-up: Abacus Number Values
Getting Started: Base 10 numbers
Working On It: Expanded Form practice
Ticket: Expanded form, base 10 representations

Lesson 4: Decimals and Place Value
Warm-up: Expanded Form Mix and Match
Getting Started: Digit Values
Guided Practice: Place Value of Decimal Numbers (tenths, hundredths, thousandths)
Modeling Decimals, chart question
Racing Times multiple choice questions

Reflect and Connect – Formative Assessment

Lesson 5: Comparing Numbers (whole)
Warm-up: Greater than/Less Than/Equal to Chart
Getting Started: Equivalency symbols review, comparing numbers practice. Museum attendance ordering numbers question.
Problem of the Day: Comparing large numbers
Ticket: Comparing and ordering large numbers, basketball fans question

Lesson 6: Comparing Decimal Numbers
Getting Started: Order decimal number cards in a number line
Guided Practice: Ways to compare decimal numbers (2 strategies: 1. Line It Up, 2. Number Line)
Problem of the Day: Ordering numbers, world’s smallest creatures question.
Ticket: Comparing decimal numbers, multiple choice ordering least to greatest.

Lesson 7: Numbers of Magnitude
Getting Started: Fun facts about large numbers
Read-a-loud: How Much Is A Million
Inquiry: What comes after a million?
Problem of the Day: 2 problem solving questions using large numbers (millions).
Group Inquiry Question: How far would a million pencils stretch?

Lesson 8: Factors and Multiples
Warm-up: Multiplication and Division match
Getting Started: Factors and Multiples Video, chart
Guided Practice: Problem solving using multiples.

Lesson 9: Factors, Closing the Curtain Strategy
Getting Started: video, guided practice questions
Working On It: Greatest common factor
Ticket: 4 problem solving questions (factors and greatest common factor)

Lesson 10: Intro to Prime and Composite
Getting Started: Game, Go for 50
Think About It: Reflect on the game and types of numbers
Video, Prime and Composite numbers, chart
Working On It: Venn Diagram, Emoji activity
Problem of the Day: Mystery prime number
Ticket: Mystery prime number, fill in the blanks.

Study Guide (also includes a modified guide)

Summative Assessment (also includes a modified assessment)

Total Pages
72 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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