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Use these Venn diagrams to support student learning of ordering rational numbers with a focus on integers and decimals. Could be extended to numbers written in scientific notation.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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Homework/Assignment
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Maths Venn
Author:
Craig Barton
10/24/2022
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Place Value and Decimals for 5th-grade resource/Special Education Students will fill in the gaps that exist with place value and number sense. We will access content from previous grades to vertically align with content knowledge at a 5th-grade level. This will cover the first 20 days of school and will align with the general education curriculum map.

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
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Assessment
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Game
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Interactive
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Nearpod
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Author:
Cynthia
07/28/2021
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This is a Nearpod lesson.
In this warm-up lesson students practice identifying the place value and value of digits. They also write numbers. This lesson is most appropriate for 3rd grade students. The lesson takes approximately 20 minutes of class time to complete. By the end of this warm-up lesson, students will be able to read numbers in expanded and word form using place value. They will also be able to write numbers using place value and identify the place value of digits in numbers. This warm-up lesson features work in pairs to help students identify place value. Working with a partner, students identify place values and write numbers. Students review different numbers and demonstrate their understanding of digits in different place values. They read a description of a number based on its place values, and they write the corresponding number. Students also look at the expanded form, as well as the word form, and write the number on the line. The lesson includes a quiz on place value in which students must demonstrate their fluency with expanded form, word form, numerical form, and place value. (Description written by Nearpod)

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
Mathematics
Material Type:
Lesson
Author:
Nearpod