Lesson 1.1Go Math - Place Value and Patterns
Show What You KnowCheck yourunderstandingof importantskills...
Vocabulary Builder
Vocabulary Builderfactor
Vocabulary Builder factormultiply
Vocabulary Builder factormultiply product
Vocabulary Builder factormultiply   quotient product
Vocabulary Builder factor    estimatemultiply              quotient product
Vocabulary Builder factor    estimatemultiply    place     quotient            value product
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period         Vocabulary           Builder
period numerical expression                        Vocabulary                          Builder
period           numerical expressioninverse operation                                  Vocabulary                        ...
period            numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property                                   Vocabulary ...
period            numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property           exponent                Vocabulary ...
Daily Routine
Daily Routine
Using iTools
Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?
Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?How do yourecognizemultiplesof 100?
Investigate
How many of thesmall cubes wouldit take to make 1      long?Investigate
How many of the     small cubes would10     it take to make 1           long?     Investigate
How many of the     small cubes would10     it take to make 1           long?10     Investigate
How many of the          small cubes would10          it take to make 1                long?10     10          Investigate
How many of the          small cubes would10          it take to make 1                long?10     10110          Investig...
How many of the             small cubes would10             it take to make 1                   long?10        10110    1 ...
How many of the             small cubes would10             it take to make 1                   long?10        10110    1 ...
3000
3000 30
3000           30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column?
3000           30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column?        100
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100How m...
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100     ...
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100     ...
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100     ...
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100     ...
3000            30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column?         100     ...
Practice
MathTalk
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MathTalk       400
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MathTalk       4000   400
MathTalk                       4000   400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
MathTalk                       4000   400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
MathTalk                       4000   400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
MathTalk                       4000      400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?                            Des...
MathTalk                       4000      400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?                            Des...
MathTalk                       4000      400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?                            Des...
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  • Go Math! 1-1 Place Value and Patterns

    1. 1. Lesson 1.1Go Math - Place Value and Patterns
    2. 2. Show What You KnowCheck yourunderstandingof importantskills...
    3. 3. Vocabulary Builder
    4. 4. Vocabulary Builderfactor
    5. 5. Vocabulary Builder factormultiply
    6. 6. Vocabulary Builder factormultiply product
    7. 7. Vocabulary Builder factormultiply quotient product
    8. 8. Vocabulary Builder factor estimatemultiply quotient product
    9. 9. Vocabulary Builder factor estimatemultiply place quotient value product
    10. 10. Vocabulary Builder
    11. 11. period Vocabulary Builder
    12. 12. period numerical expression Vocabulary Builder
    13. 13. period numerical expressioninverse operation Vocabulary Builder
    14. 14. period numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property Vocabulary Builder
    15. 15. period numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property exponent Vocabulary Builder
    16. 16. Daily Routine
    17. 17. Daily Routine
    18. 18. Using iTools
    19. 19. Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?
    20. 20. Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?How do yourecognizemultiplesof 100?
    21. 21. Investigate
    22. 22. How many of thesmall cubes wouldit take to make 1 long?Investigate
    23. 23. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long? Investigate
    24. 24. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 Investigate
    25. 25. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10 Investigate
    26. 26. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 Investigate
    27. 27. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 1 10 Investigate
    28. 28. How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 1 10 1 10 Investigate
    29. 29. 3000
    30. 30. 3000 30
    31. 31. 3000 30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column?
    32. 32. 3000 30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column? 100
    33. 33. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    34. 34. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    35. 35. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    36. 36. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    37. 37. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7 90,000How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    38. 38. 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7 90,000 900How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
    39. 39. Practice
    40. 40. MathTalk
    41. 41. MathTalk
    42. 42. MathTalk 400
    43. 43. MathTalk 400
    44. 44. MathTalk 4000 400
    45. 45. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
    46. 46. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
    47. 47. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
    48. 48. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
    49. 49. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
    50. 50. MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
    51. 51. Practice

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