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Here are 13 lessons appropriate for grade 3 (ages 7 to 9) that teach place value and expanded form to the hundred thousand's place.

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Write 9,897 on this chart. Did you remember to put a comma in? ____________

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Let's talk about something called "expanded form". Suppose you had the number 52.

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52 in expanded form would look like this: 50 + 2. Why does it look like that? Well, close your eyes and listen to me say the number slowly. Fifty. Two. Open your eyes. Did you hear me say 50? And then did you hear me say 2? That's one reason why we write 50 + 2... because 52 IS the same as 50 + 2. It even sounds the same.

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Write 34 in expanded form. ____________________ Add 30 + 4. What does that equal? _______________ Well isn't that tricky?

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Write 76 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 21 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 99 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 68 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 30 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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385 in expanded form would look like this: 300 + 80 + 5. Why does it look like that? Well, close your eyes and listen to me say the number slowly. Three. Hundred. Eighty. Five. Open your eyes. Did you hear me say 300? Did you hear me say 80? Did you hear me say 5? That's one reason why we write 300 + 80 + 5... because 385 IS the same as 300 + 80 + 5. It even sounds the same.

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Write 127 in expanded form. ____________________ Add 100 + 20 + 7. What does that equal? _______________

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Write 934 on the place value chart. Now write 934 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 482 on the place value chart. Now write 482 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 903 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________ What place is the 9 in? _________________________

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Write 267 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________ What place is the 6 in? _________________________

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7,268 in expanded form would look like this: 7,000 + 200 + 60 + 8. Why does it look like that? Well, close your eyes and listen to me say the number slowly. Seven thousand. Two hundred. Sixty. Eight. Open your eyes. Did you hear me say 7,000? Did you hear me say 200? Did you hear me say 60? Did you hear me say 8? That's one reason why we write 7,000 + 200 + 60 + 8... because 7,268 IS the same as 7,000 + 200 + 60 + 8. It even sounds the same.

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Write 1,482 on the place value chart. Did you remember to add a comma? Now write 1,482 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 5,103 on the place value chart. Did you remember to add a comma? Now write 5,103 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 3,906 on the place value chart. Did you remember to add a comma? Now write 3,906 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 8,392 on the place value chart. Now write 8,392 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 7,107 on the place value chart. Now write 7,107 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 2,054 on the place value chart. Now write 2,054 in expanded form. ____________________ Add the numbers. What do they equal? ____________

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Write 1,007 on the place value chart. Now write 1,007 in expanded form. ____________________

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Write 946 on the place value chart. Now write 946 in expanded form. ____________________

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Write 6,300 on the place value chart. Now write 6,300 in expanded form. ____________________

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Write 10,524 on this chart. Did you remember to put a comma in? ___________

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82,926 in expanded form would look like this: 80,000 + 2,000 + 900 + 20 + 6. Why does it look like that? Let's start with the 8 in the ten thousands place. How many numbers come after that 8? (4, right?) Imagine turning all those 4s into 0s.

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Here's another way you can think about it: Numbers in the one's place have no spaces after them, so we don't add any zeroes. So 6 is just six. 6 no zeroes

Numbers in the ten's place have one space after them, so we add one zero. So 2 becomes 20. 20 one zero

Numbers in the hundred's place have two spaces after them, so we add two zeroes. So 9 becomes 900. 900 two zeroes

Numbers in the thousand's place have three spaces after them, so we add three zeroes. So 2 becomes 2,000. (Don't forget your comma!) 2,000 three zeroes

Numbers in the ten thousand's place have four spaces after them, so we add four zeroes. So 8 becomes 80,000. (Where does your comma go?) 80,000 four zeroes 25

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How do you write a number in expanded form if there is a zero in one of the places?

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Well, you could show the zero in your expanded form or you could ignore it.

For example, if you wrote 40,213 in expanded form and showed the zero, it would look like this: 40,000 + 0 + 200 + 10 + 3

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Which seems easier to you? Either way you want to write it is okay.

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Match the expanded number to the standard number. Draw a line to match each one. 50,000 + 6,000 + 700 + 10 2,033

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In the number 203,456, what is the place value of 6? ______________________ In the number 119,572, what is the place value of 9? ______________________ In the number 200,438, what is the place value of 2? ______________________ In the number 908,371, what is the place value of 7? ______________________ In the number 344,008, what is the place value of 3? ______________________ In the number 567,560, what is the place value of 7? ______________________ In the number 870,316, what is the place value of 3? ______________________ In the number 411,568, what is the place value of 4? ______________________ In the number 105,444, what is the place value of 5? ______________________ In the number 972,318, what is the place value of 7? ______________________ In the number 144,000, what is the place value of 1? ______________________ In the number 672,309, what is the place value of 3? ______________________ In the number 724,194, what is the place value of 2? ______________________

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