Thousands | Expanded Form, Comparing Numbers, Rounding Off
Thousands: Expanded Form, Comparing, & Rounding Numbers
8 Step-by-Step Math Lessons + Practice | Special Education Math Intervention | Third & Fourth Grade Math
This Thousands: Expanded Form, Comparing Numbers, and Rounding Off lesson and practice workbook includes an example IEP goal, 8 step-by-step math lessons, and 50 weekly practice sheets. This evidence-based math intervention is tied to third and fourth grade standards and is great for special education math goals and tier 2 small group math interventions (RTI).
These sequential lessons are easy to teach, with enough material for 2 weeks of instruction plus more than a year of weekly practice!
Part 1 of this workbook has 8 lessons teaching expanded form, comparing and rounding off up to six-digit numbers.
Part 2 is a collection of 50 weekly practice sheets for review and skill maintenance. This “Thousands” book continues where the “Hundreds” book leaves off with exactly the same methods and larger numbers.
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This PDF Download Includes:
★ Student Booklet Cover
★ 2 Lessons on Expanded Form
★ 2 Lessons on Comparing
★ 4 Lessons on Rounding Off
★ 50 Weekly Practice Sheets
★ Lesson Answer Key
Students Will Be Able To:
- Identify place value positions. Be able to answer, “What digit is in the hundreds place?”
- Write numbers in expanded form with base ten block visuals.
- Write numbers in expanded form without any visuals.
- Write numbers above one another by lining up columns
- Compare four-digit, five-digit, and six-digit numbers.
- Round to the nearest ten.
- Round to the nearest hundred.
- Round to the nearest thousand.
- Round up from 9.
Third Grade Math Standards:
Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. (CCSS 3.NBT.A.1)
Fourth Grade Math Standards:
Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, < symbols to record the results of comparisons. (CCSS 4.NBT.A.2)
- Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place. (CCSS 4.NBT.A.3)
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Hi! I am a Special Education & Title 1 teacher interested in task analysis. My resources break tasks into small and explicit steps, reducing cognitive load for learners so they can feel successful and confident rather than overwhelmed and reluctant to try. I strive to lighten the workload of teachers by making resources as practical and easy-to-use as possible. I sincerely hope my work can benefit you and your students.
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