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### Number forms

1. 1. Number Forms
2. 2. Let’s Review <ul><li>A digit is any number 0-9 </li></ul><ul><li>The largest digit that can be in any place is 9 and the smallest is 0. </li></ul><ul><li>A digit’s value is affected by the place it is in. </li></ul><ul><li>Place is where a digit sits in a number. </li></ul><ul><li>Value is how much the digit is worth. </li></ul>
3. 3. That is Place Value! <ul><li>Ones, tens, hundreds, </li></ul><ul><li>Thousands, ten thousands, </li></ul><ul><li>Hundred thousands, millions, </li></ul><ul><li>That is place value! </li></ul>
4. 4. What are We Learning? M3N1. Students will further develop their understanding of whole numbers and decimals and ways of representing them and be able to represent them including word name, standard form, and expanded form The State of Georgia says that…
5. 5. In Kid Terms Please I understand place value, and I am able to write and read numbers in standard, expanded, and written form.
6. 6. <ul><li>Knowing place value can help you do lots of different things with numbers! It can give you power over numbers! You now have the power to transform numbers! </li></ul>
7. 7. Number Forms <ul><li>Standard Form- number forms </li></ul>Ex: 357 2,871 <ul><li>Expanded Form- showing the number as a sum of the value of its digits. Ex: 300+50+7 and 2,000+800+70+1 </li></ul>3. Written Form- writing a number using words. Ex: three hundred fifty-seven two thousand, eight hundred seventy-one
8. 8. Let’s Go from Standard to Expanded 1 5 4 Add 451 to Chart Find the Values 1 50 400 Add + signs + +
9. 9. Try It Again 3 7 8 Add 2,873 to Chart Find the Values 3 70 800 Add + signs + + 2 2,000 +
10. 10. Try It With Your Partner 9 6 0 Add 4,069 to Chart Find the Values 9 60 Add + signs + 4 4,000 +
11. 11. Challenge Yourself 5 2 9 Add 38,925 to Chart Find the Values 5 20 Add + signs + 8 8,000 + 3 900 30,000 + +
12. 12. Day 2
13. 13. What are We Learning? M3N1. Students will further develop their understanding of whole numbers and decimals and ways of representing them and be able to represent them including word name, standard form, and expanded form The State of Georgia says that…
14. 14. In Kid Terms Please I understand place value, and I am able to write and read numbers in standard, expanded, and written form.
15. 15. Number Forms <ul><li>Standard Form- number forms </li></ul>Ex: 357 2,871 <ul><li>Expanded Form- showing the number as a sum of the value of its digits. Ex: 300+50+7 and 2,000+800+70+1 </li></ul>3. Written Form- writing a number using words. Ex: three hundred fifty-seven two thousand, eight hundred seventy-one
16. 16. Draw a Chart & Try This 2 7 5 Add 1,572 to Chart Find the Values 2 70 Add + signs + 1 1,000 + 500 +
17. 17. What is the expanded form of…? 4,367 4,000 + 300 + 60 + 7
18. 18. What is the expanded form of? 56,803 50,000 + 6,000 + 800 + 3
19. 19. Can You Work Backwards? 200 + 80 + 9= 289 Hint: Put the values in the right place on your chart.
20. 20. Try Another One 6,000+300+70+1= 6,371 Hint: Put the values in the right place on your chart.
21. 21. Try This with Your Partner 20,000+ 8,000+500+90+3= 28,593 Hint: Put the values in the right place on your chart.
22. 22. Day 3
23. 23. What are We Learning? M3N1. Students will further develop their understanding of whole numbers and decimals and ways of representing them and be able to represent them including word name, standard form, and expanded form The State of Georgia says that…
24. 24. In Kid Terms Please I understand place value, and I am able to write and read numbers in standard, expanded, and written form.
25. 25. Number Forms <ul><li>Standard Form- number forms </li></ul>Ex: 357 2,871 <ul><li>Expanded Form- showing the number as a sum of the value of its digits. Ex: 300+50+7 and 2,000+800+70+1 </li></ul>3. Written Form- writing a number using words. Ex: three hundred fifty-seven two thousand, eight hundred seventy-one
26. 26. How do you write a number in written form? 4,367 4,000 + 300 + 60 + 7 Four thousand three hundred sixty Hint: Write it in expanded form first. seven
27. 27. Let’s Try Another One 679 600 + 70 + 9 six hundred seventy Hint: Write it in expanded form first. nine
28. 28. Try One with Your Partner 9,308 9,000 + 300 + 8 Nine thousand three hundred eight Hint: Write it in expanded form first.
29. 29. Here’s a Challenge 35,874 30,00+5,000+800+70+4 Thirty-five thousand eight hundred seventy- Hint: Read what comes before the comma first without looking at the rest of the number.. four
30. 30. Day 4
31. 31. Tell Your Partner What You Have Been Learning About this Week I understand place value, and I am able to write and read numbers in standard, expanded, and written form.
32. 32. Number Forms <ul><li>Standard Form- number forms </li></ul>Ex: 357 2,871 <ul><li>Expanded Form- showing the number as a sum of the value of its digits. Ex: 300+50+7 and 2,000+800+70+1 </li></ul>3. Written Form- writing a number using words. Ex: three hundred fifty-seven two thousand, eight hundred seventy-one
33. 33. Time for a challenge. Get out your white boards.
34. 35. Time to Show What You Know <ul><li>You are going to make a book about a number. </li></ul><ul><li>Fold your paper in half </li></ul><ul><ul><li>like a hamburger. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Cut along the folded line. </li></ul><ul><li>Place the 2 halves on top of each other. </li></ul><ul><li>Now fold them to create a book. </li></ul>
35. 36. On front cover write: Open to first page and write: Open next page and write: Open to last page and write: The Story of Number ___ ___ ___ ___ By _______________ Standard Form Expanded Form Written Form
36. 37. Now choose any four digit number and write your book about it. You can color it after you raise your hand and I approve your book for publishing!