ONES and TENS. One Ten is equal to: 10 Ones. Look at the following picture and think about the number that it represents . . . This is number 35 …. Because it has 3 Tens and 5 Ones . . . This is number 46 …. Because it has 4 Tens and 6 Ones . . .

ByONES and TENS. One Ten is equal to: 10 Ones. Look at the following picture and think about the number that it represents . . . This is number 35 …. Because it has 3 Tens and 5 Ones . . . This is number 46 …. Because it has 4 Tens and 6 Ones . . .

ByFairfield Public Schools Elementary School Mathematics A Guide to Multiplication & Division. “Our experience, discussions, and review of the literature have convinced us that school mathematics demands substantial change” – - Adding it Up National Research Council

ByMATH QUIZ. Are you ready?. Word Problem #1. Maria has three green apples and two red apples. Add all the apples. Choose an answer. 3 + 1= 4 3 + 2 = 5 1 + 1 = 2. Try Again!. You got it!. Next question. Word Problem #2. Joe bought four pencils but gave one away to Ivan.

ByUnderstanding Place Value. Base-Ten Models Created by Jamie Unverzagt. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. 1. hundred. 1. ten. 0. ones. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. 1 1 0.

ByThinking Flexibly About Numbers to 1,000. Unit of Study 2: Place Value Concepts to 1,000 Global Concept Guide: 2 of 4. Content Development. Students’ experiences, not memorization , of place value positions are essential in understanding and applying concepts within this GCG.

ByAddition and Subtraction to One Million. Unit of Study: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction to One Million Global Concept Guide: 3 of 3. Content Development.

ByLearning Objective. We will multiply by multiples of 10, 100, and 1000. What are we going to learn?. CFU. Place Value. Thousands. Hundreds. Activate Prior Knowledge. Ones. Tens. Multiples of 10 : 10, 20, 30, 40, … , 80, 90 Multiples of 100 : 100, 200, 300, … , 1600, 1700, …

ByUnderstanding Place Value. Base-Ten Models Created by Jamie Unverzagt. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. 1. hundred. 1. ten. 0. ones. I have 1 hundred and 1 ten . What number am I?. 1 1 0.

ByPlace Value Jeopardy. Created by Claire Anne Baird. Ones and Tens. Expanded Notation. Values. Numbers. Comparing Numbers. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. Final. 3 tens 7 ones. 37. 9 ones 7 tens. 79.

ByWrite, read, and relate base ten numbers in all forms. Lesson 3.7. More than 9 of a Unit. Partner A, with your straws, show me 12 ones. Express 12 ones as tens and ones. What is the total value of 1 ten 2 ones?. More than 9 of a Unit. Partner B, with your straws, show me 12 tens.

ByModule 2 Lesson 1. Multiply multi-digit whole numbers and multiples of 10 using place value patterns and the distributive and associative properties. Common Core Standards.

ByGood Afternoon!. Our lesson today will cover The Addition Properties AND Adding multi-digit numbers. Let's warm up. Write < , > , or =. 1.) 12-4. 11-5. 1) : >. 2.) 6+7. 8+5. 2) : =. 3.) 9+6. 21-4. 3) : <. 4) : <. 4.) 18-11. 5+3. Let's review what we covered in the last lesson.

ByGood Afternoon!. Our lesson today will cover The Addition Properties AND Adding multi-digit numbers. Let's warm up. Write < , > , or =. 1.) 12-4. 11-5. 1) : >. 2.) 6+7. 8+5. 2) : =. 3.) 9+6. 21-4. 3) : <. 4) : <. 4.) 18-11. 5+3. Let's review what we covered in the last lesson.

ByGood Afternoon!. Our lesson today will cover The Addition Properties AND Adding multi-digit numbers. Let's warm up. Write < , > , or =. 1.) 12-4. 11-5. 2.) 6+7. 8+5. 3.) 9+6. 21-4. 4.) 18-11. 5+3. Let's review. We can use PLACE VALUE to ROUND.

By9 X Table. I will show you how you can use your hands to help you with your 9X table. 1 X 9 = 9. Bend your thumb for 1 X 9. Each finger to the right of the bent finger is worth 1. There are 9 units (1’s) to the right, so 1 X 9 = 9. 2 X 9 = 18.

BySplash Screen. Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 2–3) Main Idea Example 1: Add or Subtract Whole Numbers Example 2: Add or Subtract Whole Numbers Example 3: Add with Regrouping Example 4: Subtract with Regrouping. Lesson Menu. I will add and subtract multi-digit numbers. Main Idea/Vocabulary.

ByGood Afternoon!. Our lesson today will cover The Addition Properties AND Adding multi-digit numbers. Let's warm up. Write < , > , or =. 1.) 12-4. 11-5. 2.) 6+7. 8+5. 3.) 9+6. 21-4. 4.) 18-11. 5+3. Let's review what we covered in the last lesson.

ByModule 4. Lesson 2. Objective. Add and subtract multiples of 10 including counting on to subtract. Place Value. Materials: Place value charts, personal white boards Show 1 ten and 3 ones in number disks. Write the number below it. Say the number in unit form. 1 ten 3 ones.

ByLearning Objective. We will multiply by multiples of 10, 100, and 1000. What are we going to learn?. CFU. Place Value. Thousands. Hundreds. Activate Prior Knowledge. Ones. Tens. Multiples of 10 : 10, 20, 30, 40, … , 80, 90 Multiples of 100 : 100, 200, 300, … , 1600, 1700, …

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