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Place Value Charts By Bill Davidson
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Place Value Charts. Graphic organizers for delivering instruction and practicing numbers and operations.
Place Value Workshop By Chaniquis
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Students will make place value connections by using standard form, expanded notation, and the written form of numbers as well as learning the concept behind place value. They will create a place... More > value train to make connections with place value.< Less
Place Value City By Ira Canada
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Welcome to the Place Value City Math Tutorial developed by Ira N. Canada. This program will help elementary students understand the concepts of place value. The content of this manual will... More > allow students to manipulate numbers through visual stimulus. It presents methods and strategies for a varied student population. The manual is formatted to accommodate students with or without learning disabilities. The Place Value City Math Tutorial should be used shortly after introducing place value concepts. It will enhance the knowledge and understanding through repetition and visual manipulation. Once students understand the mechanics of the program, they will feel more comfortable with number values. Then they can build cities and towns using PVC concepts.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 4 By Maria Miller
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In Place Value 4 the focus is on place value with thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands - till one million, and a little bit even beyond. The first lessons review and deal with thousands... More > or numbers with a maximum of four digits. These are for deepening the student's understanding of place value. It is crucial that the student understands place value with these numbers before moving on to larger numbers. These larger numbers can be very easy as long as the student understands the basics of how our place value system works. The lesson More Thousands, then introduces numbers beyond 10,000. After learning these larger numbers, we also study addition and subtraction, comparing, and the idea of multiples. In addition to column-form addition and subtraction, the book also contains a lot of mental math problems. In studying mental addition and subtraction, the similarities to adding smaller numbers are stressed, which helps the students to understand how to add/subtract these bigger numbers.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 2 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 2 is a self-teaching workbook dealing with three-digit place value - ones, tens, and hundreds. It is suitable for second grade; however the book itself is not tied to any... More > grade level. Full answers are included. The lessons have many number charts to fill and use number lines to help visualize the numbers and build number sense. These lessons provide the basis for understanding three-digit place value. Place Value 2 is best followed by Math Mammoth Place Value 3, where the student gets plenty of practice with both mental and column-form adding and subtracting with three-digit numbers.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 5 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 5 is a short worktext that covers value up to the billions—that is, numbers up to 12 digits—rounding them, and using a calculator. It is suitable for 5th and 6th... More > grades. The lessons are taken from the complete curriculum I have written for the 5th and 6th grades (Math Mammoth Light Blue Series). It also covers exponents, powers and scientific notation.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 1 teaches students two-digit numbers, or place value with tens and ones. The initial lessons that introduce tens and ones use a 100-bead abacus extensively. The abacus is... More > not the only model used in the book. We also use a visual model of blocks where ten of them "snap" together to a stick. Then, the book also uses the 100-chart and number lines. Place Value 1 also has an introductory lesson on regrouping. The two lessons in the end, about graphs and money, are included as real-life applications of two-digit numbers. This worktext is suitable for first grade mathematics studies. Full answers are appended. Math Mammoth Place Value 2 continues the study of place value with 3-digit numbers.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 3 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 3 is a self-teaching work text that focuses in on 4-digit numbers: it teaches place value with thousands, and adding and subtracting 4-digit numbers. The book is not tied to... More > any grade level but best suits third grade. The emphasis is on trying to get familiar with numbers that have thousands and 'visualize' them on a number line. Rounding and estimating are also included - very important skills needed in everyday life. The book practices adding and subtracting 4-digit numbers both mentally and in columns. Order of operations is studied as concerning addition and subtraction, including several connections with algebraic thinking.< Less
The Value of Nothing By Caleb Larsen
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This book discusses the work in the 2009 exhibition The Value of Nothing. Within the exhibition, four pieces take playful positions on their status as commodities and their relationship to value and... More > exchange. The four pieces are united in an installation that positions with work within a deserted commercial gallery. The work places the commodity, instead of in the physical art object, in the immateriality of the economic value and the moment of exchange.< Less
The Value of Nothing By Caleb Larsen
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This book discusses the work in the 2009 exhibition The Value of Nothing. Within the exhibition, four pieces take playful positions on their status as commodities and their relationship to value and... More > exchange. The four pieces are united in an installation that positions with work within a deserted commercial gallery. The work places the commodity, instead of in the physical art object, in the immateriality of the economic value and the moment of exchange.< Less