# Module 7: Place Value to 1,000-Math 2A - Course Guide

## Module Overview:

In this module, students will identify patterns in numbers, create skip-counting number sequences using a hundred chart, identify patterns in three-digit numbers, use a thousand chart to count by 100s, and identify numbers using standard form and word form. They will use models and pictures to represent large numbers, identify numbers using expanded form, and order and compare larger numbers.

## Module Materials:

Lesson # Lesson Title Material(s)
1 Tens and Ones Counters;
2 Hundreds Tubular pasta (rigatoni/mezzi rigatoni)
3 markers, crayons, or colored pencils (blue, yellow, and red)
3 Place Value to 1,000 Base-ten blocks;
4 Read and Write Numbers to 1,000 Blank piece of paper;
5 Compare Numbers to 1,000 18 flats, 18 rods, 18 unit cubes;

Module Objectives:

Lesson # Lesson Title Objective(s)
1 Tens and Ones
1. Identify patterns in numbers
2. Create skip-counting number sequences using a hundred chart
2 Hundreds
1. Identify patterns in three-digit numbers
2. Use a thousand chart to count by 100s
3 Place Value to 1,000
1. Identify numbers using standard form and word form
4 Read and Write Numbers to 1,000
1. Use models and pictures to represent large numbers
2. Identify numbers using expanded form
5 Compare Numbers to 1,000
1. Order and compare larger numbers

Module Key Words:

Key Words
Hundred chart
Number sequence
Place-value pattern
Place-value patterns
Thousands
Standard form
Word form
Expanded form
Compare

Module Assignments:

Lesson # Lesson Title Page # Assignment Title
1 Tens and Ones 4 Hands-On
2 Hundreds 4 Hands-On
3 Place Value to 1,000 4 Hands-On
4 Read and Write Numbers to 1,000 4 Hands-On
5 Compare Numbers to 1,000 4 Hands-On

## Learning Coach Notes:

Lesson # Lesson Title Notes
1 Tens and Ones Ask your student to describe what patterns in numbers they can find on the hundreds chart.
2 Hundreds Ask your student to explain the number patterns they can find in a thousand chart.
3 Place Value to 1,000
• The What's the Number Worksheet in this lesson is a cut-out sheet. If your student has a workbook, this worksheet would be found in the cut-outs section and can be located in the Table of Contents of the workbook.
• Have your student explain to you what the standard form and word form of a number is.
4 Read and Write Numbers to 1,000 Ask your student to explain what expanded form is and the other ways they can write a number.
5 Compare Numbers to 1,000 Ask your student to explain to you how to use the expanded form of numbers to compare numbers.

## Module Guiding Questions:

When a student starts a lesson ask them questions to check for prior knowledge and understanding and to review concepts being taught. At the end of the lesson ask the questions again to see if their answer changes.

Lesson Title Question
Tens and Ones
1. Can you find place-value patterns in large numbers?
Hundreds
1. How do we use the number patterns on a thousand chart?
Place Value to 1,000
1. Can you use place-value charts to break apart numbers?
Read and Write Numbers to 1,000
1. What is expanded form?
Compare Numbers to 1,000
1. How do we use the expanded form to compare numbers?

## Module Video Questions:

When a student watches a video take time to ask them questions about what they watched. Suggested questions for the videos in this module are listed here. Suggestion: Have the student watch the entire video first all the way through. Then have them watch the video a second time, as they watch it pause the video and ask the questions.

Lesson Title Video Question

## Module Suggested Read Aloud Books:

Take time to read to your student or have them read aloud to you. Read a different book each day. While reading the book point out concepts being taught. You may purchase these books or find them at your local library. Suggested things to discuss while reading the book:

• What is the main idea?
• What are three things new you learned?
• How does this book relate to what you are learning about?

# Book Author Lexile Level

## Module Outing:

Take some time to apply what your student is learning to the real world. Suggested outings are below.

# Outing