1. Topic


2. Content

Number Sense, Digits, Value of numbers 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

Students will be familiar with Base 10 Numbers



4. Objectives

Students will understand that each number represents a value



5. Materials and Aids

Colored Chalk, Personalized White Boards, Different Colored Dry
Erase Markers, 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1.Using a colored piece of chalk, put a single digit number on the
board (8).
2. Have the students identify the number.
3.Then add the number 1 using a different piece of chalk in front
of the number 8.
4.Have students reidentify the number. 


B. Development
1.Explain to the students that the 8 would be in the ones place
and the 1 would be in the 10's place.
2. Then add a 2 in front of the 18. Have students reidentify the
number. Explain that the 2 would be in the 100's place.
3. Add a 4 in front of the 2, repeat the same process. Keep adding
numbers until the students reach the Hundred Thousands place. Identify
each value of the number. 


C. Practice
1. Using their white boards students will write out a number that
the teacher says.
2. The students will then put up their white boards and show the teacher
their answers. 


D. Independent Practice
Students will be given worksheets where they have to identify what
each underlined digit is. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1. Students will be given a colorful place value chart.
2. Students will have Base 10 Blocks to use.
3. Differentiated worksheet 


F. Checking for understanding
Worksheet for homework that will reiterate what what taught in class.



G. Closure
1. Ask the students to tell you 3 things they learned from the lesson.
2. Students can verbally explain how place value works. 

