This printable and digital resource is perfect for supporting students with reading and writing numbers when using the standard form, word form, and expanded form of writing numbers CCSS 4.NBT.A.2. This can be or as a Google App product on Google Slides with Google Classroom.
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How does it work?
When you purchase this product, you will get a pdf, which contains a link to the Google Slides Resource, as well as a pdf of the worksheets. Most of the worksheets are reproduced onto the Google Sides in an interactive fashion; however, there are MORE practice pages on the digital version AND many of the slides are EDITABLE, so teachers and/or students can create (or , , etc.)
There are over 70 slides, which you will be able to assign to your students through Google Classroom. You can pick and choose the slides you wish to use for your students.
Students will look at each slide. They will read the (editable) directions on the side and either fill in text boxes or slide over elements, to show their thinking.
This package includes:
This is a collection of math journal resources, worksheets, and assessments for Base Ten Standard A2. It focuses on the first half of this standard: reading and writing numbers up to 1,000,000 using the standard form, written form, expanded form, and place value.
Digital Version (71 slides):
Includes most of the printable version elements
Both student-reference and interactive slides
Additional practice slides
Editable templates for teachers and/or students to use for practice, differentiation, or modifications.
Printable Version (39 pages):
* Student-friendly “I Can” Statements for classroom display or student reference.
* Vocabulary Resource Sheet--for teacher and/or student use
* “I Can” statements for student math journals.
* Anchor Chart examples
*“Ways to Write Numbers” graphic organizer. I have students glue these in their math journals.
*A Number Resource Sheet --for spelling numbers with a number rule listed.
*Reading and Writing Numbers Worksheet. I have students roll dice or choose numeral cards to create numbers. They read the number, record the standard form, and then write the number in words.
*Place Value Charts for math journals: filled in, semi-filled in, and blank.
*Worksheet placemat for standard, written, and expanded form.
*2 Standard Form worksheets
*2 Word Form worksheets
*10 Expanded Form worksheets--2 with boxes then same ones with lines instead; applying to both directions; converting to standard form; and with place value true or false.
*5 Place Value Chart worksheets
*4 Mixed Skills worksheets
*1 Two-page Assessment
(Note: This packet does not include inequality, the other half of the standard.)
*Student Scoring & Feedback Rubric, which is editable
* Text boxes
* Dragging elements
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