A (Short) History of Numbers<br />
People have always needed to count<br />
Three Hundred <br />Twenty<br />Six<br />
Practice – we try<br />Six hundred thirty four<br />Eighty eight<br />Two hundred seven<br />Nine hundred sixty<br />
Practice – you try<br />Five hundred seventy seven<br />Three hundred and one<br />Forty two<br />One hundred eighty<br />
Numbers keep getting bigger…<br />Imagine a farmer had this many sheep…<br />392718327584<br />
392,718,327,584<br />ten<br />ten<br />one<br />one<br />ten<br />one<br />ten<br />one<br />hundred<br />hundred<br />hun...
Try it Out<br />Five thousand<br />Five thousand, two hundred<br />Five thousand, two hundred sixty one<br />Five thousand...
Try it Out<br />Seven million<br />Seven million and fourteen<br />Seven million, four hundred and ninety six thousand<br ...
YOU Try it Out<br />Twelve thousand and one<br />One million, four hundred and seventy two thousand<br />Thirty nine thous...
Which number is bigger??<br />Use place value to figure out the biggest number!<br />2,000<br />4,000<br />20,000<br />  4...
Which number is bigger??<br />20,402<br />20,401<br />2,361<br />4,359<br />2,300<br />2,700<br />4,821<br />4,621<br />21...
YOU try it…<br />834<br />843<br />
YOU try it…<br />10,234<br />12,324<br />
YOU try it…<br />8,094<br />8,081<br />
YOU try it…<br />6,561,234<br />5,984,745<br />
YOU try it…<br />45,782,091<br />45,091,782<br />
REVIEW<br />Three hundred forty seven thousand, two hundred and seven<br />Write this as a number<br />       -- How did y...
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Number sense

  1. 1. A (Short) History of Numbers<br />
  2. 2. People have always needed to count<br />
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  7. 7. Three Hundred <br />Twenty<br />Six<br />
  8. 8. Practice – we try<br />Six hundred thirty four<br />Eighty eight<br />Two hundred seven<br />Nine hundred sixty<br />
  9. 9. Practice – you try<br />Five hundred seventy seven<br />Three hundred and one<br />Forty two<br />One hundred eighty<br />
  10. 10. Numbers keep getting bigger…<br />Imagine a farmer had this many sheep…<br />392718327584<br />
  11. 11. 392,718,327,584<br />ten<br />ten<br />one<br />one<br />ten<br />one<br />ten<br />one<br />hundred<br />hundred<br />hundred<br />hundred<br />Thousand<br />Million<br />Billion<br />
  12. 12. Try it Out<br />Five thousand<br />Five thousand, two hundred<br />Five thousand, two hundred sixty one<br />Five thousand and eighty three<br />
  13. 13. Try it Out<br />Seven million<br />Seven million and fourteen<br />Seven million, four hundred and ninety six thousand<br />Seven million, four hundred and ninety six thousand, three hundred and two<br />
  14. 14. YOU Try it Out<br />Twelve thousand and one<br />One million, four hundred and seventy two thousand<br />Thirty nine thousand, four hundred and eight<br />One billion, seven hundred thousand and forty<br />
  15. 15. Which number is bigger??<br />Use place value to figure out the biggest number!<br />2,000<br />4,000<br />20,000<br /> 4,000<br />2,000<br /> 400<br />2,876<br />4,321<br />20,123<br /> 4,678<br />2,121<br /> 489<br />
  16. 16. Which number is bigger??<br />20,402<br />20,401<br />2,361<br />4,359<br />2,300<br />2,700<br />4,821<br />4,621<br />212,121<br />211,489<br />3,889<br />4,122<br />
  17. 17. YOU try it…<br />834<br />843<br />
  18. 18. YOU try it…<br />10,234<br />12,324<br />
  19. 19. YOU try it…<br />8,094<br />8,081<br />
  20. 20. YOU try it…<br />6,561,234<br />5,984,745<br />
  21. 21. YOU try it…<br />45,782,091<br />45,091,782<br />
  22. 22. REVIEW<br />Three hundred forty seven thousand, two hundred and seven<br />Write this as a number<br /> -- How did you know where to put the first 3? The last 7?<br />Where do we add a comma? Why?<br />Make a number that is bigger. How do you know?<br />Make a number that is smaller. How do you know?<br />

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