Here is a free printable activity for the Common Core standard 5.NBT.A.1. This is a one pager for the places thousandths up to the millions place.

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Here is a free printable activity for the Common Core standard 5.NBT.A.1. This is a one pager for the places thousandths up to the millions place.

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Standards:MCC.5.NBT.7 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method

and explain the reasoning used.

This is a blank downloadable base ten hundreds frame. However, there are many ways in which that these frames can be used. For example, you can use this for students to model multiplying decimals using base ten blocks, adding decimals, subtracting decimals, etc..

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Place Value up to 1, 000

**CCGPS: MCC2.NBT.1 **Understand that the three digits of three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones

How do we make numbers using base ten blocks?

about 4 days, 1 hour each day

pre-made flip books with 4 flaps, base 10 blocks, marker

Students will learn the places in a number from the ones place to the thousands place.

Day 1: Introduce students to the ones place with the unit base 10 blocks. Discuss and practice counting them.

Day 2: Introduce students to the tens place with the unit base 10 blocks. Discuss and practice counting them.

Day 3: Introduce students to the hundreds place with the unit base 10 blocks. Discuss and practice counting them.

Day 4: Introduce students to the thousands place with the unit base 10 blocks. Discuss and practice counting them.

Have students get into their groups: **Group 1**: spin and graph(pre-made game board and spinner from SuperSource-will have to quickly introduce this), **Group 2**: math playground-number bonds/smartboard: dogbone, **Group 3**: me: make the flip book-day 1: ones place, day 2: tens place, day 3: hundreds place, day 4: thousands place , **Group 4**: any previously learned. Rotations are about 10 min

Review each place and relate each to each other- 10 ones=1 ten, 10 tens=1 hundred, etc.