Which set of standards are you looking for? Geometry 5 Guided Lessons are a sequence of interactive digital games, worksheets, and other activities that guide learners through different concepts and skills. They keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step. Guided Lessons are digital games and exercises that keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step.
We've been using blocks because it's easy to see the ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. Normally we'd be using numbers to show how many children, or apples, or teachers, or friends, or whatever we want to show.
Often we want to compare numbers. For example, if John has 5 apples and Suzy has 8 apples, we might want to know who has more apples. The pictures below show that Suzy has more apples. John Suzy When we don't have a picture to look at we have to use just the numbers. Here are two ways to compare numbers: The number you get to first is smaller.
Use a number line. The greater, or higher number is always further along the line. Comparing 2-digit numbers When we compare 2-digit numbers we start by looking at the tens place.
If the tens are greater for one number then that number will be greater. Explain that the smallest that a number with 3 tens could be is 30 and that the biggest a number with 2 tens could be is Show your child these numbers on a number line.
Let's compare 62 and 38 What if the tens are the same? If the tens are the same we need to compare the ones. The number with more ones is greater.
If one number has more hundreds then it is larger. If someone let you pick from two different amounts of money you would probably want the greatest amount! If two numbers have the same number of digits, the number with the bigger digit on the left hand side is greater.
If the leftmost digits are the same we compare the next digit to the right and keep doing this until the digits are different.
The examples below show how you to compare numbers.Display the 2nd tool from this pack of ordering decimals tools on the board. Ask pupils to write the numbers in order in their exercise books.
Ask pupils to write the numbers in order in their exercise books. Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1 and determine the value of each digit New Maths Curriculum (): Year 5 objectives.
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