__Goals:__

I can represent a number in standard form

I can represent a number in expanded form

I can represent a number in written form

I can visualize and visually represent numbers using Base Ten Blocks

I can identify the value of digits in numbers up to one-million

I can understand that one place value to the left is ten times greater and one place value to the right is ten times less

I can estimate large numbers using benchmarks

I can estimate before solving addition and subtraction questions

I can estimate to see if my answer is reasonable and explain my reasoning

I can solve addition and subtraction questions with large numbers

I can solve word problems using large numbers

__Unit Vocabulary__

Place value: the value of the place, or position, of a digit in a numberor series. In the number 794, the location of the digit 4 has a place value of one. Period point: When we read large numbers, we say the period name after each period except the units period. 1 300 200 is read as "one million three hundred thousand two hundred".Ten times greater: one place value to the left is ten times greater. 1 243 & 1 234, the first 4 has a value of 40 and the second a value of 4. 40 is ten times greater than 4. Ten times less (or one tenth): one place value to the right is ten times less, or one tenth. 456 & 465, the first 6 has a value of 6 and the second a value of 60. 6 is ten times less than 60. |
Standard form: is the usual or common way of writing numbers. 394 is the standard form of three hundred ninety-four.Expanded form: is when you write a number to show the value of each digit. 4 265 is 4000 + 200 + 60 + 5. Written form: is when a number is represented by writing it in words. 4 265 is four thousand two hundred sixty-five. |

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__Additional Resources__

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**Place Value**

**Expanded Form**

**Please keep in mind this is an american resource and we don't use commas**Students can also practice at home using IXL Math

**Grade 5 Place Value**

Grade 5 Convert between place values

Grade 5 Compare numbers up to millions

Grade 5 Written form

Grade 5 RoundingGrade 5 Convert between place values

Grade 5 Compare numbers up to millions

Grade 5 Written form

Grade 5 Rounding

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**ABCYA Grade 5 Number Games**

The Math Makes Sense workbook is available to work on from home

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*Math Makes Sense Workbook*Although we don't have user information for all students, we can still access Mathletics Workbooks for additional practice at home

**Reading and Understanding Whole Numbers**

Math videos and activities to review Place Value

**How ten relates to place value**

Place Value

Place Value

To access manipulatives we use in class, such as Base Ten Blocks

**Virtual Manipulatives**