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Splash Screen. Are You Ready for Chapter 14? Lesson 1: Add Hundreds Lesson 2: Regroup Ones Lesson 3: Regroup Tens Lesson 4: Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Table Lesson 5: Estimate Sums Lesson 6: Subtract Hundreds Lesson 7: Regroup Tens Lesson 8: Regroup Hundreds

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### Splash Screen

• Are You Ready for Chapter 14?

• Lesson 2: Regroup Ones

• Lesson 3: Regroup Tens

• Lesson 4: Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Table

• Lesson 5: Estimate Sums

• Lesson 6: Subtract Hundreds

• Lesson 7: Regroup Tens

• Lesson 8: Regroup Hundreds

• Lesson 9: Estimate Differences

• Lesson 10: Problem-Solving Investigation: Choose a Strategy

• Chapter 14 Review

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### Introduction—End

• I will add numbers in the hundreds.

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• How can you solve 500 + 400?

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### Lesson 1—Teach

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• What addition fact can you use to solve this problem?

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5 + 4 = 9

### Lesson 1—Teach

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• What is500 + 400?

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900

300 + 200 = ___

500

500 + 100 = ___

600

700 + 200 = ___

900

400 + 400 = ___

800

### Lesson 1—End

• I will regroup the ones to add three-digit numbers.

• regroup

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• How do you solve 611 + 319?

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9

### Lesson 2—Teach

• Add the ones. What is 1 + 9?

6

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10

### Lesson 2—Teach

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• Regroup. 10 ones is the same as 1 ten. Where do we write the 1?

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9

above the numbers in the tens column

### Lesson 2—Teach

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• What do we write in the ones place?

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### Lesson 2—Teach

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• Add the tens. What is 1 + 1 + 1?

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### Lesson 2—Teach

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• Add the hundreds. What is 6 + 3?

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9

### Lesson 2—Teach

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• What is 611 + 319?

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930

518

+ 239

268

+ 316

732

+ 129

861

757

584

### Lesson 2—End

• I will regroup tens to add three-digit numbers.

• How do you solve 399 + 148?

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### Lesson 3—Teach

• Add the ones. What is 9 + 8?

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17

### Lesson 3—Teach

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• How do we regroup 17?

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1 ten and 7 ones

### Lesson 3—Teach

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• Add the tens. What is1 + 9 + 4?

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14

### Lesson 3—Teach

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• How do we regroup 14 tens?

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1 hundred and 4 tens

### Lesson 3—Teach

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• Add the hundreds. What is 1 + 3 + 1?

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### Lesson 3—Teach

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• What is399 + 148?

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547

482

+ 255

284

+ 243

182

+ 226

408

737

527

### Lesson 3—End

• I will make a table to solve problems.

### Lesson 4—Teach

What do I know?

Underline what you know.

### Lesson 4—Teach

What do I need to find?

Circle the question.

### Lesson 4—Teach

How will I solve the problem?

I will make a table to find the time that Sonja will leave.

### Lesson 4—Teach

2

4:30

3

6:30

Make a table.

Sonja’s plane will leave at 6:30.

### Lesson 4—Teach

Flight 1 leaves at 2:30.

Flight 2 leaves at 4:30.

Flight 3 leaves at 6:30.

yes

### Lesson 4—Teach

• Make a table to solve.

• Conner read 1 book every week for 6 weeks. Each book had 100 pages. How many pages did he read in all?

600 pages

### Lesson 4—End

• I will estimate the sums of three-digit numbers.

• estimate

• round

678 + 118

• What is 678 rounded to the nearest ten?

680

### Lesson 5—Teach

678 + 118

• What is 118 rounded to the nearest ten?

120

### Lesson 5—Teach

678 + 118

• What is the estimated sum of 678 + 118 to the nearest ten?

680 + 120 = 800

### Lesson 5—Teach

678 + 118

• What is 678 rounded to the nearest hundred?

700

### Lesson 5—Teach

678 + 118

• What is 118 rounded to the nearest hundred?

100

### Lesson 5—Teach

678 + 118

• What is the estimated sum of678 + 118 to the nearest hundred?

700 + 100 = 800

### Lesson 5—Teach

404 + 161

• What is 404 rounded to the nearest ten?

400

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• What is 161 rounded to the nearest ten?

160

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• What is the estimated sum of404 + 161 to the nearest ten?

400 + 160 = 560

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• What is 404 rounded to the nearest hundred?

400

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• What is 161 rounded to the nearest hundred?

200

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• What is the estimated sum of404 + 161 to the nearest hundred?

400 + 200 = 600

### Lesson 5—Check

404 + 161

• Which estimate is closer to the exact answer?

rounding to the tens

### Lesson 5—End

• I will subtract numbers in the hundreds.

• Subtract the ones. What is 0 – 0?

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### Lesson 6—Teach

• Subtract the tens. What is 0 – 0?

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### Lesson 6—Teach

• Subtract the hundreds. What is 6 – 3?

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### Lesson 6—Teach

• When subtracting hundreds, you can ignore the zeros. All that is left is a one-digit number fact which has two zeros after it.

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### Lesson 6—Teach

• 6 hundreds– 3 hundreds3 hundreds

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600– 300300

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• Subtract.

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– 200

400

– 300

700

– 100

600

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100

### Lesson 6—End

• I will regroup tens to subtract three-digit numbers.

regroup

• How do you solve 286 – 179?

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9

### Lesson 7—Teach

Try to subtract the ones. Can you subtract 9 from 6?

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no

### Lesson 7—Teach

Regroup the tens. Change one of the tens into ten ones. How many tens does that leave you?

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8 – 1 = 7

### Lesson 7—Teach

How many ones does that give you?

16

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6 + 10 = 16

### Lesson 7—Teach

Now subtract the ones. What is 16 – 9?

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### Lesson 7—Teach

Subtract the tens. What is 7 – 7?

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### Lesson 7—Teach

Subtract the hundreds. What is 2 – 1?

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### Lesson 7—Teach

What is286 – 179?

16

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107

• Subtract.

998

– 389

753

– 119

873

– 14

859

609

634

### Lesson 7—End

• I will regroup hundreds to subtract three-digit numbers.

• How do you solve 534 – 152?

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### Lesson 8—Teach

• Subtract the ones. What is 4 – 2?

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### Lesson 8—Teach

• Try to subtract the tens. Can you subtract 5 from 3?

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no

### Lesson 8—Teach

• Regroup the hundreds. Change one of the hundreds into 10 tens. How many hundreds does that leave you?

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5 – 1 = 4

### Lesson 8—Teach

• How many tens does that give you?

13

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3 + 10 = 13

### Lesson 8—Teach

• Now subtract the tens. What is 13 – 5?

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### Lesson 8—Teach

• Subtract the hundreds. What is 4 – 1?

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### Lesson 8—Teach

• What is534 – 152?

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382

• Subtract.

277

– 194

537

– 356

518

– 65

453

83

181

### Lesson 8—End

• I will estimate the difference of three-digit numbers.

434 – 196

• What is 434 rounded to the nearest hundred?

400

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• What is 196 rounded to the nearest hundred?

200

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• What is the difference between 400 and 200?

400 – 200 = 200

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• 434 – 196 is about 200. You have rounded numbers to the hundreds to estimate the solution to the problem.

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• What is 434 rounded to the nearest ten?

430

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• What is 196 rounded to the nearest ten?

200

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• What is the difference between 430 and 200?

430 – 200 = 230

### Lesson 9—Teach

434 – 196

• 434 – 196 is about 230. You have rounded numbers to the tens to estimate the solution to the problem.

### Lesson 9—Teach

598 – 294

• What is 598 rounded to the nearest hundred?

600

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• What is 294 rounded to the nearest hundred?

300

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• What is the difference between 600 and 300?

600 – 300 = 300

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• What is 598 rounded to the nearest ten?

600

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• What is 294 rounded to the nearest ten?

290

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• What is the difference between 600 and 290?

600 – 290 = 310

### Lesson 9—Check

598 – 294

• Which estimate is closer to the exact answer?

rounding to the hundreds

### Lesson 9—End

• I will choose a strategy to solve the problem.

• What do I know?

• Underline what you know.

### Lesson 10—Teach

• What do I needto find?

• Circle the question.

### Lesson 10—Teach

• How will Isolve the problem?

### Lesson 10—Teach

One way is to work backward.

I have 300 cubes left.

I gave 100 cubes to Rikki.

I gave 200 cubes to Polly.

300 + 100 + 200 = 600

300

+ 100

+ 200

600

I started with 600 cubes.

### Lesson 10—Teach

• 600 – 200 = 400I gave Polly 200 cubes.

• 400 – 100 = 300I gave Rikki 100 cubes.

### Lesson 10—Teach

• Choose a strategy. Solve.

• I am a number less than 150. There is a 7 in my ones place. I am greater than 140. What number am I?

147

### Lesson 10—End

Complete the sentences.

regroup

To ____________ is to take apart a number and write it a new way.

To ____________ is to change the value of a number into one that is easier to work with.

round

regroup

round

• Solve.

438

– 165

263

– 116

542

+ 239

781

273

147

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