Let’s Review A Little What are the places we use for digits in a number? Ones, tens, hundreds, Thousands, ten thousands, Hundred thousands, millions, That is place value!

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Let’s Review A Little More What are the ways to write numbers? Numbers come in different forms Hurrah, Hurrah (Repeat) Numbers come in different forms, Expanded, Standard, and Written Form But the number stays the same, No matter… What form it is in. Standard form is number form. Hurrah, Hurrah (Repeat) Standard form is number form, Just use numbers for standard form. But the number stays the same, No matter… What form it is in. Expanded form is value form. Hurrah, Hurrah (Repeat) Expanded form is value form, You find the values and make it a sum. But the number stays the same, No matter… What form it is in. Written form is word form. Hurrah, Hurrah (Repeat) Written form is word form, You write the number using words. But the number stays the same, No matter… What form it is in. Numbers come in different forms Hurrah, Hurrah (Repeat) Numbers come in different forms, Expanded, Standard, and Written Form But the number stays the same, No matter… What form it is in.

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So what are we going to learn? M3N2. Students will further develop their skills of addition by using the properties of addition to compute and verify the results of computation and apply these skills in problem solving. The State of Georgia says that…

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In kid terms, please? I can correctly add numbers, can check my answers, and can use addition to solve problems.

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Ways to Add Drawing Expanded Form Branching Old School

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Drawing How do I show 413 + 232? 5 4 6

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Let’s Try Another How do I show 365 + 124? 9 8 4

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Try One With Your Partner How do I show 421 + 352? 3 7 7

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Day 2

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So what are we going to learn? M3N2. Students will further develop their skills of addition by using the properties of addition to compute and verify the results of computation and apply these skills in problem solving. The State of Georgia says that…

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In kid terms, please? I can correctly add numbers, can check my answers, and can use addition to solve problems.

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Let’s Review with a Quick Game of Around the World

Let’s Review Drawing How do I show 254 + 113? 7 6 3

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Let’s Try Using Expanded Form How do I show 254 + 113? 7 60 300 4 50 200 3 10 100 367

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Try it With Your Partner How do I show 435 + 361? 6 90 700 5 30 400 1 60 300 796

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Let’s Try Branching 54 + 32 = 1. Change to expanded form. 50+4 30+2 2. Put your tens together and your ones together 50 + 30 4 + 2 3. Add your ten s . Add your ones. 80 6 4. Now put them back together. + = 86

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Let’s Try Another 63 + 26 = 1. Change to expanded form. 60+3 20+6 2. Put your tens together and your ones together 60 + 20 3 + 6 3. Add your ten s . Add your ones. 80 9 4. Now put them back together. + = 89

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Try One With Your Partner 34 + 12 = 1. Change to expanded form. 30+4 10+2 2. Put your tens together and your ones together 30 + 10 4 + 2 3. Add your ten s . Add your ones. 40 6 4. Now put them back together. + = 46

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6 Time for a Challenge 534 + 412 = 1. Change to expanded form. 500+30+4 400+10+2 2. Put your hundreds, tens, and ones together 30 + 10 4 + 2 3. Add your hundreds. Add your tens. Add your ones. 900 40 4. Now put them back together. + 500 + 400 6 + = 946

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Day 3

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So what are we going to learn? M3N2. Students will further develop their skills of addition by using the properties of addition to compute and verify the results of computation and apply these skills in problem solving. The State of Georgia says that…

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In kid terms, please? I can correctly add numbers, can check my answers, and can use addition to solve problems.

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Ways to Add Drawing Expanded Form Branching Old School

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Let’s Review Drawing How do I show 254 + 113? 7 6 3

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Try it With Your Partner How do I show 435 + 361? 6 90 700 5 30 400 1 60 300 796

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Let’s Try Another 63 + 26 = 1. Change to expanded form. 60+3 20+6 2. Put your tens together and your ones together 60 + 20 3 + 6 3. Add your ten s . Add your ones. 80 9 4. Now put them back together. + = 89

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Old School Addition 56+42= Stack it up! 56 +42 Make sure you line up your places! 98 Ones Tens Add your ones. Then your tens. Now check by subtracting. Put answer on top and subtract one of the other numbers. 98 -42 56 Ones Tens If your answer matches the other small number, then you have done everything right!

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Let’s Try Another 63+24= Stack it up! 63 +24 Make sure you line up your places! 87 Ones Tens Add your ones. Then your tens. Now check by subtracting. Put answer on top and subtract one of the other numbers. 87 -24 63 Ones Tens If your answer matches the other small number, then you have done everything right!

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Let’s Try Another 463+324= Stack it up! 463 +324 Make sure you line up your places! 787 Ones Tens Add your ones. Then your tens. Now check by subtracting. Put answer on top and subtract one of the other numbers. 787 -324 463 Ones Tens If your answer matches the other small number, then you have done everything right! Hun. Hun.

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