Place Value Lesson #1
Place Value Lesson #2
When asking students to solve problems like this, encourage them to show their thinking by adding other “benchmark” numbers rather than simply guessing. Better yet, have them share their thinking so others can learn from different strategies. This is a great time to identify and clear up place value misconceptions. Also, this is SO much more powerful than simply filling in the blank on a number line in a workbook!
|Check out my number line resources for more ideas…|
- Start with numbers lines that do not begin at zero…
- Ask students to identify points outside two numbers on a number line…
- Try having students write their own problems for others to solve…
- Ask students to write about their thinking, not just talk about it…
Place Value Lesson #3
- The number must be a five digit number.
- The first digit must be a 1
- The second digit must be an 8.
- The ones place must be a 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9–until they realize that the tens place number is double the ones place (ruling out the 5, 7, and 9)
Place Value Lesson #4
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