FIRST SIX WEEKS: (August 4 - September 12)
Students will learn:
--read numbers correctly through the millions
--write numbers correctly through the millions in standard form
--write numbers correctly through the millions in expanded form
--identify the place value name for hundredths through the millions
--identify the place value locations for hundredths through the millions
--round numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousands
--describe real life applications of applying rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand
-Why is place value important?
-How do I know a number is written correctly?
-How do I know if a number is read correctly?
-When is it appropriate to write a number in word form, standard form, or expanded form?
-When is it apprpriate to round a number?
At the end of the unit, should should be able to:
--read numbers to one million
--write numbers in the millions using commas to indicate periods
--round numbers to the nearest 10s, 100s, and 1000s
--compare rounded numbers and express their relationship using greater than, less than, or equal to
--estimate sum and/or difference of numbers
--apply estimation to solve problems
--determine when it is necessary to apply estimation strategies