Your students will work with a variety of place value and rounding skills that are generally taught in 4th to 6th grade, depending on the curriculum that you are using. This includes representing numbers with base ten blocks, place value discs, word form, expanded form, equations, and number lines. Place value and rounding concepts are reinforced in a conceptual way that will help students construct their understanding.
The digital nature of this resource means that students will be moving objects around and typing directly on the slides. This resource is designed in a way that will make the interactive components intuitive for students.
Over 100 slides are divided into the following sections:
Labelling place value - includes hundred thousands, ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones (2 slides)
Representing Numbers: Base Ten Blocks - build numbers with base tens, match base ten and standard representations, problem-solving (6 slides)
Representing Numbers: Place Value Discs - build numbers with place value discs, match different representations, problem-solving (11 slides)
Representing Numbers: Word Form - match word form to standard form (4 slides)
Representing Numbers: Expanded Form - match expanded form to standard form, error analysis, ordering digits to make smallest and largest numbers (10 slides)
Representing Numbers: Expressions (2 slides)
Representing Numbers In Multiple Ways - students will work with numbers in a variety of ways – base ten blocks, word form, expanded form, place value discs, hundred charts and more! (9 slides)
Compare, Order, and Sort - comparing, ordering, and sorting based on place value relationships (7 slides)
Values of Digits - a variety of activities to reinforce the value of digits; includes mystery number activities, 10 times as much, and more and less (23 slides)
Rounding Numbers Using Place Value Understanding (Nearest 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000 and 100,000) - the focus is on making sense of rounding in a conceptual way. (34 slides)
This digital place value to 1,000,000 resource is in Google Slides™️ format, making it compatible with Google Classroom™️. This resource is only intended for digital learning; there is no PDF document included.
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