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I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Identify numbers from 100 001 through millions/billions Psychomotor: Write numbers from 100 001 through millions/billions Affective: Practice carefulness in writing numbers through millions/billions II. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Value: III. 1. Identifying numbers from 100 001 through millions/billions 2. Writing numbers from 100 011 through millions/billions BEC – PELC I.A. 1.2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards, chart, place value chart, set of numbers written on cards with cord Carefulness

Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Ask for 10 volunteers. Give each a number tag. Have them wear the cord with numbers from 0 to 9. Guide the pupils to form 3 – 6 – digit numbers. Ask the pupils who are sitting to read the numbers orally. Example: a) b) c) d) e) 2. Review Pick out the numbers less than 100 001 from the sets of numbers posted on the houses. 7 2 5 8 5 3 4 8 2 4 2 7 6 7 6 0 9 3 9 5 2 1 1 4

634 312 45 489 8 432 6 789 10 100 436 132 7 364 100 000 99 999 436 849

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3. Motivation Start by playing “Guess What Number”. The teacher places the following statements on the board. a. My telephone number is “III II II – II III IIII”. b. The space capsule is circling the earth every “> > > IIIIII” c. I traveled “CDLXXIV” kilometers by motorcycle. Do you think the sentences are easy to read and understand? Why? What numbers do you think these numerals represent? B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. Read the data. Traffic in Metro Manila is heavy because nearly one-half of the 2 904 487 vehicles in the country are registered here. 1) What is the given number? (2 904 487) 2) How do we read it? (2 million, 904 thousand, 487) 3) How do we write it in words? (Two million, nine hundred four thousand, four hundred eighty-seven) 4) Is the number easy to read and understand? Why? (Yes, because it is written in standard form.) b. Presenting the place value chart. MILLIONS hundreds tens THOUSANDS hundreds tens ones 9 0 4 9 hundred 0 ten 4 thousands thousands thousands UNITS hundreds tens 4 8 4 8 tens hundreds

ones 2 2 millions

ones 7 7 ones

1) Give the digit in the one millions place, in hundred thousands place, ten thousands lace and so on. 2) Give the expanded form then give the value of each digit. 2. Guided Practice Activity 1 Put a check (√) if the number is in millions and a cross (x) if it is in billions. ___ a) 6 386 798

___ b) 76 998 289 584 ___ c) 17 633 549 Activity 2 Write M if the number is in millions and B if it is in billions. ___a) 89 679 289 548 ___b) 3 386 798 ___c) 456 126 834 Activity 3 Write a number on your paper that has 11 digits. 1) 7 in the ten billions place. 2) A digit that is 5 less than 8 in the one thousands place. 3) 4 in the hundred millions place. 3. Generalization How do you identify a number in million or in billion? Million has three periods. It contains 7, 8 or 9 digits. Billion has four periods. It contains 10, 11, or 12 digits.

C. Application Read the data. Write the number words in figures. 1. One drop of blood contains about five million red blood cells. 2.C The human eye can see more than seven million, five hundred thousand color differences. 3. During an average lifetime, human heart beats about two billion, five hundred million times. Evaluation A. Write T if the number is in thousands, M if it is in millions and B if it is in billions. ___ 1) 6 034 597 ___ 2) 145 793 000 ___ 3) 206 000 371 148 ___ 4) 52 758 137 ___ 5) 425 010

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B. Examine the given numbers below. Write them in the proper place where they should belong. Be sure that the numbers in each column are written from the smallest to the greatest. 15 086 912 17 196 741 014 305 674 357 296 324 981 643 212 002 899 120 741 019

423 543 103 811. 541 298. 1) 4 759 248 804. 151 968 254. 7 685 004 208. 1 542 678 725 2) 205 946 101. Reading and writing numerals up to the hundred billions BEC – PELC I. 310 608. 219 742 036 50 307 501. 897 500 126. 15 718 260 345 258 154. 127 683. flash cards Active participation and being considerate . 2 830 458 450 187 402. 2 247 364 869 B. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 718 345 210 340. 898 145 3) 726 054. 8 684 452 Place Value I. Arrange each of the following sets of numbers starting from thousands. Study the given numbers.185 451 9 273 050 357 296 234 8 095 403 002 BILLIONS MILLIONS THOUSANDS V. Copy the number which does not belong to the group. number cards. millions and billions place.or more digit number Psychomotor: Read and write numerals up to the hundred billions place Affective: Participate actively II. Rewrite them on your paper. 532 689 012 4) 29 673 000. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Values: 1. Identifying the place value and value of each digit in a 6.or more digit number 2. 508 476. 24 673 503. 8 696 425 3 274 503.1 Textbooks in Math 4 place value chart.A. 500 897 621 543. 988 415 5) 75 942 376 055. number words. 1. Assignment A. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Give the place value/value of each digit in a 6.

Discuss the three ways in representing the numbers in standard form. Tell the pupils that numbers are like people. Help the pupils realize that people must be considerate to get along well with others. b. Developmental Activities 1. Review Reading and writing numerals in the standard form using different ways. A representative from each group takes turn in answering or matching the numeral with its number name or word name. Presentation a. 2. The number must be less than 6 digits. B. 3 765 . Each group will have a set of numbers from 0 to 9. Example: 79 384 c. “Matching Game” Mechanics: Divide the class into 2 groups. First group to form the digit will be the winner. Drill Have a drill in the form of a game “Number Tag Game” a. Pupils will form the number given by the teacher. Learning Experiences A. one hundred forty-one 1 hundred 4 tens 5 0nes 20 000 + 4 000 + 200 + 90 + 5 3. Preparatory Activities 1.III. They can be grouped in many ways. Motivation Ask the pupils why smaller pupils are seated in front while the bigger pupils are seated at the back. A 37 145 1356 24 295 826 141 B 1 thousand 3 hundreds 5 tens 6 ones Thirty-seven Eight hundred twenty-six thousand. b.

eighty six? . Show a place value chart which is up to the hundred billions place. two hundred thirty-seven thousand. Billions Hundreds Tens 2 0 Millions Hundreds Tens 4 3 Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones 6 1 2 Units Hundreds Tens 9 7 Ones 6 Ones 7 Ones 5 2.1) Word form: three thousand. Groups will be given activity sheets with the data below written on them. Divide the class in columns. Do blackboard relay. (This will be done orally. Questions: 1) What is the value of 6 in 64 395? 2) What is the value of 4 in 1 462 587? 3) In the numeral 45 376 192. one hundred four million. Tell the pupils that our system of numeration has digits grouped in threes. Showing more exercises in identifying the place value and value of each digit in a 6.) Give the place value and the value of the digit 6 in each numeral: a) 864 439 b) 826 453 c) 682 975 d) 86 451 197 e) 126 458 360 f) 26 974 431 100 d. we call them PERIODS. Group Activity a. The column with the most number of correct points wins. b. seven hundred sixty-five 2) Number and abbreviation form: 3th 7h 6t 5 ones 3) Number and word: 3 thousands 7 hundreds 6 tens 5 ones c.or more digit numeral using number cards. Directions: give the place value and the value of the underlined digits 237 987 Digit 432 142 Place Value Value c. Have a game on the different skills learned for the day. Each pupil takes turn in writing the correct answer on the board. what digit is in the one millions place? 4) What is the standard form of sixty-five billion. Tell them to follow the directions in writing the data.

Hundred billions 2. Application Write each digit of the given number in the place value chart. 1) 2 ____ 5) 6 ____ 2) 7 ____ 6) 1 ____ 3) 4 ____ 7) 9 ____ 4) 3 ____ 8) 8 ____ B. Give the place value of 3 in 77 585 230. Tens b. Evaluation A. Millions d. What is the place value of the underlined digit in 72 490 321? a. What is the place value of 6 in 642 321 104? a.5) What is the standard form for 9m 6hth 3tth 8h 7ones? 3. Thousands c. Millions b. Hundreds b. Give the value of each digit in the number 27 436 198. Billions c. 1) 144 785 2) 27 436 192 3) 3 007 518 692 Billions T Millions T Thousands H T O Units T H 1) 2) 3) O H O H O IV. Generalization How do you tell the place value and the value of each digit in a given number? Valuing: Did you participate in the activities today? Rate yourself: 5-highest and 1-lowest C. Answer the following questions. Ten thousands . Ten millions d. 1. Hundreds 3. a.

what digit has the place value of ten billions? a. Learning Experiences A. Assignment Write the numbers up to millions/billions in the standard form. Billions b. a. 1. Millions d. Read and write numbers through millions/billions in symbols and in words Write numbers in words correctly Participate actively in different activities Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Reading and writing numbers through millions/billions in symbols and in words BEC – PELC I. Drill Reading of numbers. 7 d.A. charts Cooperation III. Give the place value of 0 in 70 243 265. 4 c. 242 186 305 160 2. Hundred thousands d.c. 2 b. In 762 241 513 214. Review Teacher will dictate these numbers and pupils will write them in their show-me-cards. Preparatory Activities 1. Tens 4. Thousands c.2 flash cards. Reading and Writing Numbers through Millions/Billions in Symbols and in Words I. Hundreds 5. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 246 386 65 187 187 623 . 6 V.

Those who finish first should be commended. ” (Infuse the value of the active participation. Presentation The land surface of the earth is 148 892 864 square kilometers and the water surface is 362 011 332 square kilometers. 1) 389 152 247 2) 2 714 683 389 3) 1 186 792 053 4) 9 544 416 936 5) 7 110 313 425 2. Group Activities Let’s have a contest. Read and write the word name for each numeral. Developmental Activities 1. a) 85 312 914 677 b) 18 000 777 283 c) 109 067 214 511 d) 87 782 570 308 e) 5 112 914 000 3. a. Discuss 1) How many square kilometers is the lad surface? Write it on the board. 2) How many square kilometers have the water surface? Write it on the board.682 468 3 743 946 569 23 694 7 218 3. . Fixing Skills/Practice Read and answer the following: a.) Get a number card in the box and match it with the word names in the pocket chart. Write this figure in words. Motivation How many digits has 723 964 157 368? Can you write the number in words? B. 5 members each group. The Bureau of Forest Development donated three seedlings each for school children all over the country. 5) Write the numbers in words. b. 3) How many digits have the land surface area? How about the water surface area? 4) Read the numbers. The total number of seedlings was 15 223 564 821. “Groups 1 and 2 form your line.

. two hundred sixty in symbol ___________ Answer the following: 1. Eight million two hundred sixty two d. Can we just leave the space for zero vacant? Why? d. three hundred eighty-two shells in one year. 1. thirty-six in symbol? ___________ 5. Generalization How are numbers written in words? The numbers are written in words in the same way that they are read. Eight million six hundred thirty-one thousand two hundred sixty-one b. Four hundred thirty million. Luna’s shell craft factory used five hundred eighty-six million. Is zero important in writing numbers? e. Zero has no value. IV. Write 265 386 426 in words. Evaluation Read this numbers in words then write in symbols. Write six million. Mrs. Which is the correct number words for 8 631 262? a. ___________ 4. 4. Write nine hundred fourteen thousand two hundred sixteen in figure. Eight million sixty-one thousand two hundred sixty two c. three hundred twentyfour thousand. two hundred seventy ___________ 2. nine hundred twelve million. two hundred thousand. eight hundred forty thousand. Fifty three billion. 2. How will you write twenty-nine million. Write 120 416 317 in words. Write 8 352 641 in words. Eight million two hundred thousand 3. c. What is the number word for 721 326 117 214? 5. eight hundred seventeen ___________ 3.b. How would you write 204 000 785 083 in words? Valuing: Did you participate in the activity? How? What did you share with your group? Do you also practice this at home? How? 4. forty-five thousand. write the number of shells in symbols. two hundred eighty thousand.

A. What number am I? 3. a. My thousands digit is 9. Five hundred one billion. thirty-eight b. Two billion. My tens digit is thrice the ones digit. My hundreds digit is four times the ones digit and my thousand digit is the sum of the ones and the tens digit. Write the number words in symbols. 6 463 342 264 b. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Value: III. Assignment A. five hundred thirty thousand. activity cards. a.V. Rounding numbers to the nearest tens BEC – PELC I. The other digits are 0.1 Textbooks in Math 4 charts. 520 175 786 c. Drill “Guessing Game” Divide the class into 2 groups. a. Preparatory Activities 2. What number am I? b. The first pupil who gives the correct answer wins. My ten millions digit is 3. All pupils will solve the given problem as fast as they can. I am an 8 digit number. My hundreds digit is 6. one hundred seventy-six thousand Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Tens I. Write the number in words. 2. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 23 596 384 103 B. number lines Cooperation Round numbers to the nearest tens Use a number line to show rounded off numbers Cooperate during group activities Learning Experiences A. Review Write the place value and the value of the underlined digit in each of the following numbers. 35 492 73 985 789 143 785 19 432 156 000 . three million. My ones digit is 2.

a company manager called for a meeting. Rica. Motivation Read a news item that shows estimation. Ask: Is 27 closer to 20 or 30? 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2. What kind of a girl is Rica? 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Who is Rica? What does Rica need? How much money does she need for the school project? Where did she get the money? How much is her savings? What kind of a girl is Rica? b. Read the problem carefully and then answer the question briefly. Present a number line showing numbers from 20 to 30. Analysis/Abstraction Looking back at the number line. if we round 27 to the nearest tens. So. Presentation a. Did the actual number of employees attend the meeting? What word was used which expressed an estimate? (almost) The population in our school is about 2000 pupils. Almost 50 employees came. She did not ask money from her parents because she has saved 30php from her daily allowance.4. Fixing Skills . What word in the sentence expresses an estimate? (about) B. is 27 nearer to 20 or to 30? Number 27 is nearer to 30 than 20. it will become 30. a Grade 4 pupil needs 27php for her school project. Valuing: How did you find the activity? What kind of a girl is Rica? Are you like Rica? Do you also save a certain amount from your daily allowance? 3. Developmental Activities 1. Examples: Last week. Draw a ring around 27.

Let them relate how they cooperate with other members of their group. Group 1 Original Number 15 43 79 32 64 87 Rounded to the nearest tens Group 2 Original Number 126 342 568 269 644 853 Rounded to the nearest tens Group 3 Original Number 1 349 4 784 8 632 3 786 7 755 Rounded to the nearest tens Group 4 Original Number Rounde d to the nearest tens 16 277 28 163 56 788 33 154 17 416 1.Let the pupils group themselves into 4 and perform the activities in the activity sheet. Emphasize the value of cooperation. 12 .

6. If the number is 5 or more. a. When 83 is rounded off to the nearest tens. 40 d. Answer the following questions. e. Around how many rubber bands did Lyla have? a. look at the digit at the right of the tens digit. . 80 b. Generalization How do we round off numbers to the nearest tens? In rounding numbers to the nearest tens. if the digit is less than 5. d. 83 will become ____________. 5. 55 3. retain the tens digit. C. b.4. 83 d. add 1 to the tens place. Change the ones digit to zero. 38 c. a. 45 2. Round off 264 to the nearest tens. Application Round the following to the tens place. 44 b. Round off 76 to the nearest tens. Lyla has 38 rubber bands. 30 d. Mother bought 44 apples. Evaluation A. 1. 85 c. c. 90 4. Around how many apples did mother have? a. 342 4 638 5 419 28 326 49 749 IV. 40 b. 50 c.

thousands. Mother bought 43 bananas. c. Drill Teacher picks out numbers one at a time from a box. Assignment Round the following numbers to the nearest tens. 769 become ___. g. ten thousands and hundred thousands BEC – PELC I.B.2. i. number cards Cooperation and friendliness References: Materials: Values: III. About how many eggs did Mang Tony gather? d. Around how many bananas did mother buy? c. . Lydia has 37 rubber bands. e. 11 211 18 788 4 985 343 96 Rounding Numbers through Hundred Thousands I.A. h.2 Textbooks in Math 4 chart. thousands. V. a. Answer each question by rounding the given number to the nearest tens. If rounded to the nearest tens. Learning Content Round numbers to the nearest hundreds. d. Around how many rubber bands does Lydia have? b. Learning Experiences A. Mang Tony gathered 94 eggs in the poultry farm. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. j. 362 837 5 742 6 424 9 654 f. ten thousands and hundred thousands State the rules in rounding numbers correctly Find joy in working with others and doing something for others Skill: Rounding numbers to the nearest hundreds. b. Preparatory Activities 1. 2. The task of each pupil is to round these numbers to the nearest tens. a.

Developmental Activities 1. Review How do we round numbers to the nearest tens? Show examples on the board. Round 256 454 to the nearest thousands. 831 732 d. 2. Round 371 582 to the nearest hundreds.Example: 37 37 37 rounds to 40 21 rounds to 20 2. Round the numbers to the nearest hundreds and to the nearest thousands. c. ten thousands. What cities benefited from the Clean and Green Program of the government? b. Number 371 582 256 454 2. Group Activities 1. Let us try rounding numbers to the nearest: hundreds. Look at the table below and examine how the numbers 371 582 and 256 454 have been rounded. thousands. hundred thousands. Round the numbers to the nearest ten thousands and to the nearest hundred thousands. How many residents benefited in the city of Makati? Pasay City? c. 925 501 Nearest Hundreds 371 600 256 500 Nearest Thousands 372 000 256 000 Nearest Ten Thousands 370 000 260 000 Nearest Hundred Thousands 400 000 300 000 . hundred thousands. Analysis/Abstraction Discuss the given problem. 3. hundred thousands. d. thousands. What are the rules in rounding numbers to the nearest tens? 3. a. ten thousands. Presentation There are 371 582 residents in the city of Makati and 256 454 residents in Pasay City who are benefiting from the Clean and Green Program of the government. Motivation Which of the following numbers can be rounded to 400? 600? 385 349 562 515 571 B.

7. and 9. 34 730 = _____ How will you round to the nearest thousands? d. Generalization How do we round numbers to the nearest hundreds. 89 192 = _____ Is the answer 80 000? Why? State the rule. what is the answer? a. Karen’s student number is 15 031. Application 1. If you round 9 477 to the nearest hundred. Round up if the digit to the right of the digit to be rounded is 5. 736 386 133 4. IV. 1 750 000 . 394 000 c. thousands. Evaluation A. 174 540 b. 9 500 2. a. 655 321 100 f. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. Mrs. and 4 C. Read the following situations below. 3. In school. 1 745 000 c. b. 8. 9 000 c. d. c. Round off 394 634 to the nearest thousands. 9 400 d. 1. 76 348 = _____ Did you roundup? Why? e. 25 743 = _____ Did you round up or down? b. 15 652 = _____ Is your answer 20 000? How did you get the answer? c. Reyes lives at 10 Monte de Piedad Street. 6. 390 000 d. 4 000 b. 1 745 384 rounded to the nearest ten thousand is ______. 1 700 000 d. Round the following numbers to the nearest ten thousands then answer the questions that follow. 396 000 3. Round down if the digit to the right of the digit to be rounded is 0. ten thousands and hundred thousands. Tell whether the number has an exact value or an estimated value. a. 2. 2. There were 1 275 people at the auditorium. 531 841 215 g. 1. 395 000 b.e. there were about 150 seats at the cafeteria. a. a.

Assignment Round the number to the place value of the underlined digit. 2. When you round off 137 573 to the nearest ten thousands. Identifying numbers rounded off to the nearest millions and billions BEC – PELC I. Round each of the following to its nearest specific place value. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Value: III. Preparatory Activities 1. Review How do we round numbers to the nearest hundred thousands? . 793 948 b. 238 789 d. 545 381 Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Millions and Billions I. Drill Reading numbers through millions/billions 2. Numbers 1) 127 563 2) 486 170 3) 816 342 4)374 139 5)732 256 V. 394 634 e. Round numbers to the nearest millions and billions Tell numbers rounded off to the nearest millions and billions Appreciate the importance of being thrifty 1. _________ B. Round off the figure to the nearest hundred thousands. Rounding numbers to the nearest millions and billions 2. The population of Brgy. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.2.A.3 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. a. Masikap is 637 268.4. 943 431 c. activity cards Thriftiness Learning Experiences A. it will be _______. 5.

About how many billions was his initial deposit? Valuing: If you have a plenty of money. About how much is his deposit in the bank? a. will you still save? Why? How would your savings affect your life in the future? Let the pupils show their work on activities 1 & 2 on the board. f. 2.Recall the steps in rounding numbers to its nearest specific place value. Why do you think he keeps his money in the bank? c. Motivation Have you been to a cement factory? What did you see there? Do you have an idea about the number of bags of cement that can be manufactured in a month? B. Activity 1 Number 64 768 117 Nearest Millions 65 000 000 . 377php. Developmental Activities 1. or 9. 6. Show and discuss another problem in the class. what will you do? Will you save some of it? If you have a little money. 643. 8. b. It supplies cements to the whole country. e. What products does Mary’s Cement Factory have? Is cement manufacturing a good business? Why? Why do most people buy cement? What was the actual number of cement delivered to Visayas and Mindanao? What will the number be if rounded off to the nearest ten millions? How did you get 60 000 000? Which of these rules do you use? Round up if the digit to the right of the digit in the millions place is 5. 7. g. Mary’s Cement delivered a total of 64 768 117 bags to Visayas and Mindanao. d. or 4. 3. c. Presentation Read and understand the story on the activity card carefully. 914. Last year. One of the wealthiest men in Asia opened a savings account in the Philippine bank with an initial deposit of 25. 3. 1. Who opened a savings account in a bank? b. About how many bags of cement were delivered in all? a. Mary’s Cement is a big factory. Round down if the digit to the right of the millions place is 0.

16 484 148 703 e. 2. 1. The group who can round the numbers first to the nearest millions wins. Call on the pupils who did not participate in the first game then give them the same directions stated in the first activity.Activity 2 Number 25. Number 6 831 462 126 2 124 549 314 8 314 183 512 27 573 976 249 15 439 873 831 Nearest Millions a. 377php Nearest Billions 26 000 000 000php 2. Play blackboard relay. 6 316 348 i. C. a. 75 413 000 d. 8 856 000 f. 23 592 176 302 b. 17 725 823 421 j. 6 421 125 000 i. Round down if the digit to the right of the place to be rounded is 0. 14 603 100 784 h. 23 431 785 b. 9 793 205 h. d. 6. b. 92 739 316 035 d. f. g. 8 and 9. 42 683 360 c. For 2 groups of pupils. a. 3 and 4. 643. the yellow group and the red group. 47 234 346 532 c. i. 17 938 172 e. Are you ready now? The numbers are inside the boxes in front of your group. Nearest Billions . 2 942 628 f. 914. 3. 136 715 340 Do the same in billions. 5 341 707 333 g. Guided Practice Let us play a game. Generalization How do we round numbers to the nearest millions/billions? Round up if the digit to the right of the millions/billions place is 5. c. e. j. 345 800 000 145 Winners should be commended. The numbers are inside the box. h. 7. 2 630 539 j. Application Round off to the nearest millions/billions. 4 180 374 g.

How will you round this number to the nearest hundred millions? a. 4000 b.IV. The number of tires is supplied 236 435 677. Adding Numbers through Billions without Regrouping I. 236 000 000 b. Planet 1. 2. A certain tire supplier distributes different sizes of tires all over the country.or more addends with sums through billions without regrouping. a. Write large numbers in column and add them correctly Show accuracy with numbers . Round 3 745 000 to the nearest millions. 458 096 245 rounded to 500 000 000 _________ 4.or more digit numbers with 4. 4 000 250 d. 3 000 000 c. Round the figures to the nearest hundred millions and nearest b illions. Choose the letter of the correct answer. 200 000 000 c. 57 924 603 285 rounded to 58 000 000 000 _________ Assignment The table gives the distance of the five planets from the sun. 27 643 189 rounded to 28 000 000 _________ 3. 3. 240 000 000 d. Evaluation A. 5. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: Add 6. 287 455 rounded to 290 000 _________ 2. During the Christmas season. 300 000 000 B. 1. 35 613 827 549 rounded to 35 610 000 000 _________ 5. 4 000 000 2. Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Earth Distance from the sun in kilometers 778 300 000 1 427 000 000 2 869 600 000 4 496 700 000 150 000 000 Nearest Hundred Millions Nearest Billions V. 4. 1. Name the place value in which the following numbers are rounded. a hotdog company delivered 3 745 000 bags of hotdogs to 3 986 rolling stores all over the Metro Manila.

where n is the total number of kilograms of vegetables. put together. Preparatory Activities 1. Add the ones 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 8 Add the tens 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 68 Add the hundreds 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 968 Add the thousands 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 1 968 Add the ten thousands 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 71 968 Add the hundred thousands 230 212 120 413 111 201 110 142 571 968 . addends. added to) b. more than. What vegetables are planted in the garden? Do you want to read a short story about this? B. more.or more addends without regrouping 2.B. 111 201 kilograms of cabbage and 110 142 kilograms of carrots. Developmental Activities 1. Ask the pupils to write the numbers in column. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Values: III. Review or have a game on identifying the terms used in addition. Province is home for what we call Baguio Vegetables.II. Adding 6. How many kilograms of vegetables does the province produce daily? How will you find the answer? Guide the pupils in stating the mathematical sentence 230 212 + 120 413 + 111 201 + 111 142 = n. it produces 230 212 kilograms of potatoes. picture of vegetable garden Accuracy and diligence A. What is the sum of 450 712 and 113 210? Discuss the steps in adding large numbers. Record pupils’ errors. BEC – PELC I. (sum. plus. add. total.or more digit numbers with 4. 120 413 kilograms of beans. drill cards. Writing large numbers in column. 3. Presentation Problem Opener Mt. combine. Everyday.1 Textbooks in Math 4 chart with exercises. 1. Drill Basic addition facts Administer A – 1 card. Learning Experiences 1. Motivation Show a picture of vegetable garden. Review a. 2. Solve this math problem.

Write the sum under each column. the hundreds and so on. C. 3 016 215 210 1 151 030 024 2 530 410 153 + 1 202 234 502 Give more exercises. Generalization How do we add large numbers? In adding large numbers. write the addends in column. then the tens. Do it as fast as you can with accuracy. Add the addends to get the sum. 2.Check by adding upward. 3 240 120 + 1 211 103 + 50 213 132 + 424 104 213 c. 410 + 102 123 + 201 021 + 104 213 b. A progressive farmer kept an accurate record of his sales in his vegetable garden for five years. a. 230 212 120 413 111 201 111 142 571 968 Valuing: Stress the value of accuracy and diligence when writing each digit in its proper column. a. add the digits in the ones first. His yearly sales amounted to 156 572php. 211 001php and 121 121php. Application Solve this problem. Write in column then add. 1 041 002 2 301 025 3 113 210 + 2 120 241 c. 10 102php. 23 612 111 51 024 125 12 152 021 + 501 201 532 b. What was the total amount of his sales for the last five years? . 2 152 101 1 304 024 34 101 641 + 51 012 033 d. 102 022 011 + 301 531 120 + 3 421 013 104 + 2 103 213 453 3. Guided Practice Group yourselves into 4 groups. The first group to finish the exercise will do the “bomb clap”. 400 203php. Continue up to the last digit.

What is the result when 8 256 115. 972 071 c. 23 135.or more digit numbers with 4. 705 998 d. If you put together 194 870 cans of milk and 102 201 cans of sausages. 792 107 d. Evaluation Read the following then choose the letter of the correct answer. What is the number? Adding Numbers through Billions with Regrouping I. What is 2 243 more than the sum of 13 458 and 21 387? V.or more addends with sums through billions with regrouping Psychomotor: Give the sum of 6. 313 112 + 201 003 + 8 241 301 + 71 203 021 b. 297 071 4. 5. 750 989 3. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Add 6. What is the total number of 202 268. 263 147 d.or more digit numbers with 4 addends with sums through billions with regrouping Affective: Help the community in the “clean and green ” project Learning Content Skills: 1. A number added to 87 463 gives a result of 298 685. what is the result? a.or more digit numbers with 4. a. 405 989 c. 707 291 b. 237 641 2. 24 321 213 + 721 034 120 + 102 512 504 + 7 112 021 012 c. 27 123 614 + 111 222 331 + 110 141 303 + 6 221 232 241 d.or more digit numbers with 4 addends with sums through billions with regrouping II. 102 963 and 400 738? a. 1. When you add 12 301. 236 741 b. 13 352 and 215 053.IV.or more addends with sum through billions with regrouping 2. 263 741 c. . Adding 6. Assignment Write in column then add. 705 989 b. What is the sum? a. Add 87 593 to the sum of 903 846 and 815 489. Giving the sum of 6. 987 140 and 12 721 234 are put together? e.

References: Materials: Value: III. Developmental Activities 1. How many coconuts were harvested by the farmers in the first town. Preparatory Activities 1. the second 158 122 386. b. Divide the class in groups of 10. What are we going to do to solve the problem? . How many towns harvested a big number of coconuts? b. 1. Farmers in the 4 towns of Quezon harvested a big number of coconuts. The group who finishes first with the most number of correct points wins. Answer the questions that follow. Review Add the following: 1 203 121 023 2 102 312 112 2 351 213 312 3 121 000 121 + 3. Farmers in the first town harvested 434 136 724 coconuts. Presentation Read the problem silently. chart with problems Helpfulness Learning Experiences A. BEC – PELC I. Do the relay game. 2. third and fourth? c.2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. Drill Basic Addition Facts a. Find the total number of coconuts harvested by the farmers in the 4 towns.B. the third 3 150 924 and the fourth 1 425 260. Each pupil in the group will take turn in answering the flash cards with addition facts on the board. Questions: a. Motivation Have you experienced staying in the field harvesting fruits? What things did you see around? What did you feel when staying in the place with fresh air and plenty of fruits? Valuing: What should you do to keep your community clean and green? B. second. What is asked in the problem? d.

You and your partners will add in two ways. Guided Practice (Group Activities) Find the sum. What is the answer to the problem? g. What is the sum of 275 146 and 3 798 347? . 302 120 612 674 531 421 61 478 523 + 527 347 618 e. One going down and the other are going up. What will you add? f. what is the sum? f. 132 416 430 329 854 932 461 503 006 + 892 756 834 c. b. d. What is the label for the final answer? Discussion: Present the table to the pupils. What are the given facts? What operation did you use to find the answer? What did you do when the sum in each place value is 10 or more? What is the final answer? What can you say about the farmers of the 4 towns? (industrious. 458 645 and 35 185 687.e. c. Add the ones Add the tens Add the hundreds Add the thousands Add the hundred thousands 1211 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 35 294 Add the one millions Add the ten millions 112 11 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 6 835 294 Add the hundred millions 1 112 11 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 596 835 294 1 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 4 1 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 94 11 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 294 211 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 5 294 11211 434 136 724 158 122 386 3 150 924 + 1 425 260 835 294 a. 400 600 500 700 300 899 456 832 627 + 863 442 816 b. hardworking) 2. If the addends are 87 463 129. 186 433 840 249 678 432 123 456 789 + 148 385 108 d. say the word “yes!” a. Ask them to follow the steps by column to illustrate the process in adding the numbers. As soon as you have finished.

807 492 395 4. There are 623 405 234 cans of sardines. ________________. Find the total number of 136 031 647. 136 291 629 cans of corned beef. As a Christmas project for the needy. 997 465 and 943 524 is ______________. the tens. 786 341 098 cans of green peas. 330 141 445. a. What is the answer? 5. A big warehouse has stocks of canned goods. If you will add 312 964 758. Regroup in all places if necessary. 1. 755 988 d. 2 557 889 b. 583 236 205 more than the sum of 123 841 523. 749 802 599 b. 731 065 823 cans of milk. add the ones first. 524 050 for sardines and 405 270 for milk. ______________ a. 481 325 108 and 248 248 316. and 600 493 587 cans of meatloaf. ___________ V. 807 294 395 c. Put together 746 257 835. 5 257 889 2. Application Find the answer. 2 000 557 889 c. 628 345 124 and 843 237 412. 2 005 952 361 b. Generalization How do we add large numbers with regrouping? In adding large numbers with regrouping. a. 574 532 643. 5 200 259 136 3. 2 500 952 631 d. C. 5 205 925 361 c. Evaluation Read then find the sum. and continue up to the millions and billions. What was the total expense of the government for its Christmas project? IV. Assignment Solve this problem. If you were the stockman. the government spent 223 300php for rice. and 341 319 303. The sum of 1 245 368.3. how would you know the total number of canned goods? . the hundreds. 121 000php for sugar. 348 369 102 and 561 567 134. 708 294 593 d. 844 758 560.

How many roses did she give her? What did Ana give? If somebody asks you about the total number of roses. Commutative Property of Addition I. Preparatory Activities 1. 3. what should you do? 44 +36 62 +29 29 +62 II. 36 +44 3. popsicle sticks Thoughtfulness . Write commutative property in two ways 2.2. Comprehension of the commutative/order property of addition BEC – PELC I. marbles. Motivation Ana gave her teacher 9 white roses and 8 red roses because it’s her birthday. Solve for the sum. Learning Experiences A. stones.1 Textbooks in Math 4 bean seeds. what number am I? 2. 2. Review Addition facts using flash cards. straw. corn seeds. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Identify the commutative property of addition used in an equation Psychomotor: 1. Drill Warm up Exercises (Number game involving addition) “I am thinking of a number” Example: I am thinking of a number. bottle caps. my first digit is 5 and the second is 6. What are the canned goods stated in the problem? What canned good has the biggest number? Write the number sentence.B.1. Supply the missing number in a given equation Affective: Manifest thoughtfulness during special occasions Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. 4.

2. b. (white + red) c.B. Does the sum change? Why? Let’s find out. How many red roses were given? How about the white roses? What is the total number of roses? b. (red + white) 2. b. Use the bean seeds to express the mathematical phrase for the problem. Developmental Activities 1. does the sum change? Why? Group2 a. Tell if the sum changes. Explain why the sum did not change. Group 3 a. Change the positions of the given data. Group 1 Illustrate the given facts in the problem by following these directions. 1. a. Change the order of the data. Presentation a. Write the number sentence. Express the mathematical sentence using the mathematical sticks. Draw the given data. c. Group Activity Divide the pupils into 3 groups. Change the order of the given data. c. b. Analysis/Abstraction How did you write the given data? How did you draw it? Can you change the position of the data or the given facts? What happens to the sum if you change the order of the numbers? + 9 + 8 = 17 8 + 9 = 17 9 +8 17 8 +9 17 . tell if the sum changes also. 3. Write the number sentence for the given data.

d. 17 + ____ = 9 + 17 20 + 45 = ____ + 20 ____ + 19 = 19 + 18 23 + ____ = 17 + 23 68 + 49 = 49 + ____ Jose gathered 48 big bamboos and 28 small bamboos for his poultry house. 3. 1. 6. How many marbles were gathered? Express/give the mathematical sentence in two ways. 73 + 20 = ____ + 73 7. Fred mixed 28 kilograms of corn grits and 25 kilograms of soya beans. IIIII + III = _____ + _____ b. 5. 46 + ____ = 93 + 46 2. C. Mario gathered 25 blue marbles and 18 yellow marbles.4. 4. 1. Generalization What is commutative property of addition? Commutative property of addition – Changing the order of the addends does not change the sum. IV. _____ + _____ = 10 + 12 15 + 10 = _____ + _____ e. 6. 24 + ____ = 12 + ____ . 23 + ____ = 17 +23 4. 5. How many bamboos did he gather? Show the addition sentence in two ways. How many kilograms of feeds did he mix? Show the addition sentence in two ways. 2. 60 + 94 = 94 + ____ 5. Evaluation Give the missing numbers. a. Practice Exercises Write each of the following in its opposite order. 60 + 80 = 80 + ____ 3. Application Give the missing numbers. 0000000 0 + 00000 = _____ + _____ c.

) Associative Property of Addition I. 1.2. Supplying the missing number BEC – PELC I. Showing the associative property of addition 2. activity sheet. Write the addition sentence in 2 ways. drill cards. 79 + ____ = 25 + ____ V.8. 1. 7 + 10 = ____ + 7 2. Ben harvested 73 eggplants and 94 pieces of okra.B. + B. Assignment A. Learning Content: Skills: References: Materials: Values: 1. ____ + 18 = ____ + 13 9. Give the missing numbers. + 2. 124 + 27 = 27 + ____ 10. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.2 chart. 17 + ____ = 10 + 17 C. cutout of shapes Cooperation and active participation Show the associative property of addition Supply for the missing number Participate actively in any group activity . How many pieces of vegetables were harvested? (Show your solutions in two ways.

III. ____ + 6 = 15 6 + ____ = 15 c. Preparatory Activities 1. b. a. a. Learning Experiences A. d. Developmental Activities 1. What is the sum? Write the addition sentence for this. 2. 2.) (3 + 4) + 7 = 3 + (4 + 7) 7 + 7 = 3 + 11 14 = 14 15 + (10 + 3) = (15 + 10) + 3 15 + 13 = 25 + 3 28 = 28 . 9 + ____ = 16 ____ + 9 = 16 b. Discussion/Abstraction (Each group presents and explains their work. What can you say about the sum of the numbers after grouping them in two different ways? e. Make a group of three green shapes. How will you learn better? b. 24 + ____ = 30 ____ + 24 = 30 e. How can your group perform well? B. ____ + 23 = 48 23 + ____ = 48 f. 32 + 40 = ____ 40 + 32 = ____ What property of addition did you apply? State the rule. Show 2 ways in finding the sum without changing the order of the numbers. Drill/Review Mental Activity Supply the missing number (asking one another). 18 + ____ = 35 ____ + 18 = 35 d. Inside the envelope are cutout materials which you are going to use in the activity. 4 red shapes and 7 yellow shapes. Presentation Activity Sheet Read carefully and do as instructed. Write the two ways of grouping the numbers. Motivation a. Explain how you grouped the numbers. c.

In the given addition sentences, which are the same? What are different? When you change the way in which the addends are grouped, does the sum change? Why? 3. Guided Practice 1) Give the missing number. Example:

(3 + 4) + 6 = 3 + (4 + 6) = 13 7 + 6 = 3 + 10 = 13 a. (8 + 3) + 5 = 8 + (___+ 5) = ___ ___ + 5 = 8 + ___ = 16 b. 4 + (9 + 7) = (4 + 9) + ___ = ___ 4 + ___ = ___ + 7 = ___ c. (12 + 3) + ___ = 12 + (3 + 8) = ___ 15 + ___ = ___ + 11 = ___ 2) Use the associative property for the following: a. Use the addends 9, 8, and 5. Write two different addition sentences then solve each. b. Use 35 as your sum. The first addend is 17. What are the two addends, if the second is 2 more than the first addend? Solve it in two ways.

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Generalization What is the associative property of addition? Changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum.

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Application Write the missing number. a. ___ + (3 + 4) = 12 (___ + 3) + 4 = 12 c. 7 + (9 + ___) = 21 (7 + 9) + ___ = 21

b. 6 + (___ + 4) = 20 (6 + ___) + 4 = 20 d. (___ + 6) + 2 = 15 ___ + (6 + 2) = 15

e. 7 + (9 + ___) = 21 (7 + 9) + ___ = 21

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Evaluation Write the missing number. a. 7 + (5 + 6) = (7 + 5) + 6 7 + ___ = ___ + 6 ___ = ___ c. (9 + 7) + 20 = 9 + (7 + 20) ___ + 9 = 9 + ___ ___ = ___ e. (13 + 6) + 9 = 13 + (6 + 9) ___ + 9 = 13 + ___ ___ = ___

b. (7 + 3) + 12 = 7 + (3 + 12) ___ + 12 = 7 + ___ ___ = ___ d. What is the other addend if one group is 9 + 8 and the sum is 45? Write the number sentence and solve it. f. (10 + 7) + 3 = 10 + (7 + 3) ___ + 3 = 10 + ___ ___ = ___

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Assignment Identify the property of addition used in each equation. Write your answer on the blank provided for. a. b. c. d. e. 3 + 4 = 4 + 3 _________ 9 + (8 + 7) = (9 + 8) + 7 _________ 20 + 47 = 47 + 20 __________ 35 + 18 = 18 + 35 __________ 76 + (30 + 70) = (76 + 30) + 70 _________

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I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Content Skills: Reference: Materials: Value: Identify the identity property of addition used in an equation 1. Write the addition sentences showing the identity property of addition 2. Supplying the missing number in a given equation Show sportsmanship during games/activities

1. Identifying the identity property of addition 2. Supplying the missing number BEC – PELC I.B.2.3 flash cards, written exercises on a cartolina Sportsmanship

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Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill (Emphasize sportsmanship during the game) Do the following exercises in the form of a race. Form two lines. Teacher shows the flash cards. Pupils give the answers orally. Pupils make one step forward for every correct answer. a. 26 54 43 35 46 51 24 +53 +33 +24 +44 +42 +28 +63 b. 55 +33 Review Give the property of addition shown in each equation below. Write your answer on the blank provided for. a. 23 + 68 = 68 + 23 ________ b. 13 + (10 + 30) = (13 + 10) + 30 ________ c. 96 + 22 = 22 + 96 _________ d. 38 + 19 = 19 + 38 _________ e. (50 + 12) + 6 = 50 + (12 + 6) ________ 3. Motivation Ask what happens if a number is added to zero. Show the equations on the board. I 10 + 0 = ______ 192 + 0 = ______ 35 + 0 = ______ 62 + 0 = ______ B. II 0 + 70 = ______ 0 + 66 = ______ 0 + 37 = ______ 0 + 88 = ______ 28 +41 37 +30 31 +57 62 +27 35 +57 63 +34

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Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. Read the exercises written on a cartolina or in the blackboard. b. Answer the exercises as fast as you can. c. Ask: What do you observe about the equations under column I? What can you say about the equations in column II? d. Focus the children’s attention on the numeral 0. Ask: What is the sum when zero (0) is added to a number? What about when a number is added to zero? e. Introduce the term identity property of addition.

88 + 0 ______2. (86 + 39) + 7 = ___+ (39 + 7) ______3. 1. 78 + ___ = 78 ______5. (13 + 19) + (65 + 25) = (65 + 25) + (13 + 19) ______3. ______1. (67 + 93) + 16 = 16 + (67 + 93) ______5. 8 + ___ = 8 2. 0 + 820 = 820 Supply the missing number then write the property of addition shown on the blank before each number. 36 + 0 = ___ IV. 1. Evaluation A. (36 + 21) + 5 = 36 + (21 + 5) ______2. 1888 + 0 = 1888 ______4. ______1. 45 + 0 = ___ 3. ___ + 270 = 270 ______4. c. the sum is the number. Generalization What is identity property of addition? Zero is the identity element for addition. 3000 + 0 = ___ b. Application Fill in the correct answer.2. ___ + 21 = 21 4. When zero is added to any number. 5 + 0 = ___ 5. 628 + 0 = ___ 2. 3. C. ___ + 711 = 711 . Fill the correct 1) 6 + 0 = ___ 2) 3 + ___ = 3 3) 12 + ___ = 12 4) ___ + 69 = 69 5) 80 + ___ = 80 Put a check (√) on the blank provided for if the equation shows the identity property of addition and a cross (x) if it does not. Group Activities a. Supply the missing number that will make each equation correct.

(85 + ___) + 90 = 85 + (20 + 90) ______5. 0 + 306 = 306 5. show-me-card or drill board Values: Hard work. ___ + 922 = 922 C. Write 10 equations showing the identity property of addition. 564 + ___ = 564 ___ + 128 = 128 323 + 0 = ___ Encircle the number of the equation showing the identity property of addition 1.3. B. ______1. 8. V. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Estimate the sum of 6. Assignment A.or more digit addends Psychomotor: Illustrate how to find the estimated sum of 6. colored chalk. ___ + 1250 = 1250 728 + ___ = 728 230 + ___ = 230 ___ + 552 = 552 525 + ___ = 525 B. 5. 62 + 0 = ___ 121 + ___ = 121 550 + 0 = ___ 236 + ___ = 236 ___ + 801 = 801 6. 1. 4. 370 + ___ = 370 ______3. Write the number that will make each equation correct. 9. 420 + 0 = 420 2.2 Textbooks in Math 4 Materials: pictures. 3. 926 + 24 = 24 + 926 3. 7. 4. pocket chart. Estimating the Sum I. 821 + 0 = 821 Complete each equation.or more digit numbers References: BEC – PELC I. 26 + 800 = 800 + 26 ______4. 5. 372 + (35 + 63) = (372 + 35) + 63 4. 10. .B. 2. Write IPA on the blank if the equation shows the identity property of addition. perseverance II. 150 + 0 = ___ ______2.digit addends Affective: Appreciate the importance of working hard Learning Content Skill: Estimating the sum of 6.

Preparatory Activities 1. Presentation Mang Mario has a coconut plantation. Check answers in class. What is asked in the problem? b. What do you see in the picture? What does the farmer do to have a good quality harvest? Can you tell the number of coconuts seen in the drawing? B. 3. One will get the exact sum and the other will estimate the sum to the highest place value. Drill Basic addition facts using flash cards. He usually works in his farm the whole day.III. What are the given facts? c. He harvested 11 389 coconuts in the first month and 15 481 coconuts on the second month. do you work on it? 11 389 10 000 First round the addends to the nearest + 15 481 20 000 ten thousand then add the rounded 30 000 numbers to get the estimated sum 2. About how many coconuts did he harvest in 2 months? Analyze and solve the given problem.” Each pupil in the column takes turns in rounding numbers as fast as correctly as they can. Learning Experiences A. Developmental Activities 1.) 1) 594 2) 3 978 3) 5 928 4) 783 5) 1 397 + 678 +5 697 +1 436 +492 + 1 280 . a. Motivation Show picture of farmers working in a farm or coconut plantation. Review “Rounding off numbers to the nearest 10 000 to 100 000” Play “Pass the paper game. What is the operation needed? d. Group Activities a. What is the number sentence? e. 9 +7 9+4 8+3 8 +6 7+5 7+9 4+7 6+5 8+5 9+6 8+8 7+9 2. What kind of a farmer is Mang Mario? What benefits could we get if we work hard? If you’re given a task. Work with a partner. (Use your drill board.

Ballpen 4. 514 912 d. A good estimate is a little less or more than the exact answer. What three things can you buy? 4. Then add.25 Pentel pen 35. About how much will a box of crayons and a pencil case cost? 2. a. Estimate the sum of 56 435 and 90 845.b. C. 350 000 c. Below are the prices of some school supplies.50 Glue 18.00php. a.50 Pad paper 19. crayons and a math notebook? 3. You have 100.25 Crayons 28. 150 000 b.25 Ruler 10. About how many hundred thousands of eggs were produced in two years? IV. Application Solve the problem. 713 156 b. What can you buy if you have 20. How many math notebooks and pad paper can you buy? 3.00 Pencil case 21. 614 346 +291 724 +861 412 +813 125 + 201 223 B.oophp. Randy has 50. You have 50. 192 143 + 361 414 . Round each addend to the highest place value. 500 000 d.00php.25 Pencil 5. Estimate the sum of each to the highest place value. Has he enough money to buy one pad paper. Use your estimation skills to answer each of the questions without using paper and pencil. 100 000 e. Evaluation A. Mrs. 1) 25 635 2) 36 403 3) 43 321 4) 18 476 +46 780 + 53 296 +52 085 + 20 581 5) 611 175 + 258 806 c.00 bill? 5.50 Math notebook 21. 138 819 c. Estimate the sum of the following numbers: 1.25 1. Dayo’s poultry farm produced 236 378 eggs in 1997 and 147 932 eggs in 1998. Generalization What are the steps involved in estimating sums of 6 or more digit addends? How do you estimate? How would you come up with a good estimate? Round addends to the nearest highest place value then add.

21 836 and 45 091. 500 000 d. Assignment A. window cards Appreciation of nature . 4) 21 165 + 3 270 5) 63 729 + 23 878 Write the addends in column then estimate the sum.3 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. 100 000 b. number cards.B. Find the estimated sum of 61 241. 250 000 b.to 3-digit numbers mentally Appreciate the value of trees and other plants around us Adding mentally 3. 829 + 246 723 3. 871 702 + 249 581 4. 298 000 and 165 380? ________ 5. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 156 + 290 845 2. 300 000 c. What is the estimated sum? a. 1. 600 000 3. 30 685 and 33 751. 1) 56 435 2) 456 412 3) 74 825 + 90 845 +141 708 + 9 567 B. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Add 2. What is the approximate total of 1 010 000.to 3-Digit Numbers with Sums Up to 300 I.to 3-digit numbers mentally with sums up to 300 without regrouping solve for the sum of 2. 210 000 4. _______ V. 200 000 c. Estimate then find the exact sum. what is the answer for 287 254 and 245 812? a.digit numbers with sums up to 300 BEC – PELC I. 379 405 + 845 563 Adding Mentally 2.2. 110 000 d. If you will use your estimation skills in addition. When you add 54 231.

Presentation Problem Opener In an orchard. Motivation Are trees and other plants important to us? Why? What do trees and other plants give us? Do you take care of our trees and plants? In what way? B. Preparatory Activities 1. .III. Group Activities a. 2. How many trees are there in all? 2. 312 143 163 192 676 780 + 291 + 414 + 681 + 271 + 215 + 342 816 +415 136 + 861 376 + 213 762 + 134 3. Review Estimate the sum of each item orally. Do you need to use paper and pencil? 5. Activity 1 1. Can you name them? 3. Can you solve for the final answers mentally? How? b. Drill “Game in Basic Addition Facts Using Flashcards” Relay game by pairs. How would you get the total number of trees in the orchard? 4. What kind of trees is found in the orchard? 2. Activity 2 Let us help the baby go up and down the stairs by adding the equations mentally as fast as you can. there are 125 avocadoes and 173 mango and santol trees. Developmental Activities 1. Learning Experiences A.

the result is _______. What is the total of 50 and 42? 2. Jose sold 120 sampaguita garlands. The task of each pupil is to write the sum on their paper.to 3-digit numbers with sum up to 300. C. Teacher will flash a card one at a time in class. you get _______. Evaluation A. 1) 246 2) 270 3) 153 +52 + 25 + 136 6) 278 + 10 7) 189 + 100 8) 164 + 133 4) 146 +150 123 + 76 5) 134 + 45 265 + 34 9) 10) Use window cards with 2. Put together 131 and 12. 115 b. 1. a. How many guavas did father gather in all? 5. 186 e.113 + 174 = 111 + 178 = 140 + 140 = 125 + 34 = 156 + 130 = 141 + 26 = 186 + 113 = 124 + 165 = 116 + 170 = 137 + 152 = 190 + 110 = 100 + 200 = 152 + 36 = 165 + 123 = 117 + 132 = 127 + 171 = 256 + 41 = 137 + 60 = 129 + 170 = 134 + 64 = 153 + 36 = 3. Application Add the following numbers mentally. 3. 153 + 174 + 182 + 50 + 111 + 146 B. Generalization What is the fastest way in solving for the sum mentally? Recall once again the steps. IV. Rosa sold 135 sampaguita garlands. Father gathered 250 guavas in the morning and 132 guavas in the afternoon. Add mentally using flash cards or dictation. Combine 143 and 123. how many did they sell in all? . 4. 241 d. 213 c.

b. charts. 13 486 + 23 465 = 36 951 . strips of cartolina Sharing _____1.4. Solve the sum mentally as fast and as correct as they can. pictures.B. Drill Post addition equations on the board. 32 45 16 44 64 35 42 25 66 +2 + 11 + 43 + 23 + 33 + 12 + 26 + 32 + 11 2.1 Textbooks in Math 4 story problems. c. Review Match the appropriate phrase suited to the given facts and statement below. Operation needed Given facts Number sentence Solution and answer Asked in the problem II. Write the letter of the correct answer on the blank provided for. e. Learning Experiences A. _____2. Analyzing and solving word problems involving addition of whole numbers BEC – PELC I. d. Preparatory Activities 1. Addition _____4. The total population for both schools. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Solve word problems involving addition of whole numbers including money with sums through millions and billions without and with regrouping following the steps in problem solving Psychomotor: Analyze and solve word problems accurately Affective: Share one’s ideas and materials with others Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III.Solving Word Problems Involving Addition I. 13 486 + 23 465 = n _____3. a.

What kind of families are they? c. Developmental Activities 1. How many trees were donated by the Estrada family? e. e. Presentation Materials: Drawing of trees with figures shown on the trunk of each tree as mentioned in the problem. The Estrada family donated 126 896 acacia and ipil-ipil tree seedlings. The Estrada’s and Cruzado’s are 2 generous families.) Learning math is really fun New ideas every time There is joy for everyone Problem solving satisfies I am glad. do you share things with others? What things do you share with others? What do you feel? Activity 2 Call another representative in class to ask and discuss the following questions a. d. What kinds of trees were donated by Cruzado family? Estrada family? Valuing: At your age. They donated tree seedlings to the different barangays of the country. b. How many seedlings were donated by the 2 families? 2. What did they donate? d.3. Show the solution to the problem on the board. The Cruzado family donated 315 724 molave and narra tree seedlings. a. you are glad For your answer are all right We all feel that we are bright Solving problems makes us wise B. Give the number sentence that will help you solve the problem. Motivation Song (Sing to the tune of “Planting Rice”. Group Work Activity 1 A representative will act as facilitator to discuss the questions presented by the teacher. c. 126 896 acacia and ipil–ipil trees + 351 724 molave and narra trees 442 620 total trees donated by the 2 families Example: . Who are the families mentioned in the problem? b. What is being asked in the problem? What are the given facts? What operation will you use to solve the problem? Why? Explain your answer.

how many old news papers would there be in all? c. b. Evaluation Read and solve the problems carefully. Plan on what to do.00php.Activity 3 Materials: chalk. What is the combined population of the two cities? 3. Look back to check if the answer to the problem is correct. Fixing Skills/Practice Read the problem carefully then answer the following questions. 1.00php was the proceed. mini-boards The group will give the answer to the problem by supplying the information below. The given facts are ______ b. how much money did the two cooperatives earn? . 512 761. In solving word problems involving addition of numbers with sums up to millions and billions. The Math club of Barrio Obrero Elementary School started a news paper drive to raise funds for the poor children of Sapang Palay. a. the following steps are to be followed: a. How much was generated by the show in 2 days? b. Read and understand the problem.00php in the bank. Manny deposited 1 276 718. 726 895.00php was earned. Last year. How much did he deposit in 2 years? 4. d. Quezon City has a population of 8 424 262 while Manila has 11 189 people. The Marcela Cooperative Farms earned 17 342 262.00php. IV. On the second day. The process to be used is _______ c. The answer is _______ 3.00php while Barangay Bayambang Cooperative earned 48 159 926. It was reported that the total population in Benguet is 541 817 and in Kalinga is 154 145. he deposited 991 221. c. There was a benefit show for the orphans. What was the total population of Benguet and Kalinga? 2. Altogether. Generalization How do you solve problems? What are the steps involved in solving story problems? Elicit the steps. This year. If one group brought 434 253 old news papers and the other group brought625 250 old news papers. Solve the problem. a.

2 Textbooks in Math 4 Love for nature . population was 4 486 while 3 654 in the second school.00php December – 890 462. How much did they earn altogether? Look at the earnings of a certain food company. Ellen Sy earned 926 175. There are 2 big central schools in Mindanao.4. How much did he pay the cashier? 2. there were 1 211 125 tickets sold in the fifth game while 2 179 600 in the sixth game. What are the total earnings for meat and milk products? V. Learning Content Skill: References: Value: Solve mentally 1-step word problems involving addition with sums up to 300 without regrouping Tell the answer to the problems accurately Appreciate the beauty of nature Solving 1-step word problems mentally BEC – PELC I. Mr. Reyes purchased a pair of shoes worth 4 179. October – 653 410. What are the total earnings for meat products and fruit juices? b.00php at SM Megamall. A car dealer had this sales summary for the last quarter of 2000. 1.00 198 475. In the first school.4. Mr. Domingo Sy earned 1 224 663.B. During the best of seven series in the basketball game.00 a.00 326 421.00php and a jacket which costs 725. Assignment Solve the following problems carefully.00php for the same year. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. How many tickets were sold in the two games? 5.00php in the year 2001 while Mrs.00php What was his total sale in 3 months? Solving Mentally 1-Step Word Problems I. What is the total population of the 2 schools? 3.00 178 623.00php November – 585 688. Then answer the questions that follow: Milk products Fruit juices Meat products Other products 378 584.

. How many flowers were there in all? This is (name of student) reporting. Developmental Activities 1. Mrs. a. What is the result when 87 is added to 23? d. Learning Experiences A. Call a pupil to report the problem in class. They enjoyed looking at the different flowers. Almonte and her pupils went to the park. What is 74 more than 24? c. Review Solve the following math sentences. A group of boys reported that there were 71 roses and daisies while the girls reported 128 gumamela. One sunny day. camia and yellow bells. the decided to count all the flowers they saw. Presentation a. Preparatory Activities 1. Motivation Who is your favorite newscaster? Why did you choose him/her? If given a chance. On their way home. 3. Drill Complete the addition wheel 9 1 3 6 2 5 7 8 9 6 3 5 2 6 3 5 4 +11 7 +11 +12 9 8 1 7 1 2. would you like to be like him/her? Why? B. What is the sum of 78 and 71? b. Add 35 to the sum of 43 and 69.III. What is 18 more than the sum of 35 and 47? e.

Generalization How do you solve story problems mentally? In solving word problems mentally. . Solve mentally 1) A crowd of 162 people watched the first day of the football game. What are the flowers mentioned in the problem? How many flowers were counted by the boys? How many flowers were counted by the girls? How many flowers are there in all? How did you get the answer? What is the fastest way of solving the given problem? How will you solve the problem mentally? Draw out the steps. give the answers to the problems accurately without using paper and pencil. The next day. there are 110 members of Science Club and 181 members of Math Club. Assign a leader to act as the facilitator in the discussion of the problem. Fixing Skills/Practice Divide the class into groups. Group 1 Jeff collected 145 stamps while Alvin collected 153 stamps.00php. how much does he have now? 2. How many members are there altogether? 3.Discussion: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Who went to the park? What did they do there? If you were to visit a park. 138 attended the game. b. How many stamps did they collect altogether? Group 2 Sheila used 147 bond paper. How many sheets of bond paper did Sheila and Irene used altogether? Group 3 At Basilan Elementary School. His father gave him 123. will you do what they did? Explain. How many people watched the games? 2) Ramon had 175.00php. Irene used 132 bond paper.

Evaluation A.144 Grade 3 .C. How many pupils are enrolled in Grades 1 and 2 altogether? The total number of pupils enrolled in Grades 4 and 5 is ______ What is the sum of the enrollment of grades 5 and 1? The combined enrollment of Grades 3 and 4 is ______ B. Pasig Elementary School has 24 more classes than Kalawaan Elementary School. Kevin picked 135 santols. His friend is 22 pounds heavier than him. Mang Igme received an order of 175 baskets. Father drove 162 km from their home. Read and answer. a. Sixto Elementary School Grade 1 – 140 Grade 4 . Her mother is 41 years older. Think and solve mentally. How old is her mother now? The weight of Benjie is 74 pounds. he drove 35 kilometres more in the same direction.00php for her mangoes and 126.152 1. Marlin walked 138 metres north and 160 metres south. How far is he from his starting point? 5. 1. Alma has 151.00php for the papayas. Kalawaan Elementary School has 35 classes. 1. there was an order of 124 baskets more. She earned 275. How many santols were picked in all? 2. How many classes does Pasig Elementary School have in all? Jenny is 35 years old now. 3. How much did she earn from the fruits she sold? . Lyn has 137 stamps in her album. How many order for baskets did he received in all? IV.120 Grade 2 – 115 Grade 5 . What is the total weight of Benjie’s friend? 2. Try them. 3. Dr. Assignment 1. Application You can do these orally. Study the table then answer the following questions below. 4. How many stamps do they have in all? 3. After 5 days. Marie picked 161 santols. Rosa sells fruits in the market. How many metres did she walk in all? 4. After an hour. 2. V.

or more digit numbers from 6. What is 45 more than the sum of 12 and 13? b. pocket cards Environmental concern . Preparatory Activities 1.1. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. Learning Experiences A.or more digit numbers without regrouping Find the difference of 5. Drill Basic addition facts using flash cards 2.C.or more digit numbers from 6. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. My aunt went shopping last Saturday.or more digit numbers from 6. Review/Mental Computation a.b.1 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards.00 and an umbrella for 125. His friend gave him 11 more.00php.or more digit numbers without regrouping BEC – PELC I. Motivation What do children of your age do to help the barangay officials in their campaign for the clean and green program? What activities would you suggest to promote the clean and green program of your barangay? Subtract 5. She bought a blouse for 280. How many apples were there in all? 3.or more digit numbers without regrouping Show concern in cleaning and greening of the community Subtracting 5. Tony picked 35 apples. How much did my aunt spend in shopping? Subtracting without Regrouping I.

00php to buy ornamental plants. If the minuend and the sum are the same. flowering plants.234 802 (subtrahend) 451 174 (difference) How do we check if our answer is correct? Do this by adding the difference and the subtrahend.234 802 174 Subtract the hundred thousands 685 976 .B. Presentation a. they were able to raise a net amount of 234 802.243 802 1 174 Subtract the tens 685 976 . 2. What is asked in the problem? What are the given facts? What operation is to be used? What is the number sentence? Solution (help the pupils solve the problem) Strategy 1 Subtract the ones 685 976 . During the recent fund drive they conducted. How much more should they raise in order to meet the target amount for their beautification project? 1.234 802 51 174 Subtract the hundreds 685 976 . 3.234 802 451 174 Let us familiarize ourselves with the terms we used in subtraction. 4. then our difference is correct.234 802 74 Subtract the ten thousands 685 976 . 5. 451 174 (difference) + 234 802 (subtrahend) 685 976 . Activity 1 In support of the clean and green campaign of our government.00php. Developmental Activities 1. 685 976 (minuend) .243 802 4 Subtract the Thousands 685 976 . the officials and constituents of Barangay Kalawaan decided to raise a total amount of 685 976. grass and some garden materials.

a. 27 892 . 386 112 . Subtract 633 420 from 955 420.12 513 c. subtract from the ones until the last given digit.or more digit numbers from 6. 62 716 . Application Subtract. Answer and check with the class.or more digits without regrouping. What is 475 634 minus 243 522? What is the difference between 878 945 and 25 714? 961 837 -351 425 457 791 -231 661 f.126 231 e. 297 564 . 78 465 -52 431 e.or more digits from 6. 687 312 .125 011 d. Use your drill board to find the difference of each a. C. b. Take away 59 104 from 89 108.Strategy 2 Use of expanded notation. e.41 302 b.574 211 2. 754 683 -310 521 .234 802 = 200 000 + 30 000 + 4 000 + 800 + 0 + 2 400 000 + 50 000 + 1 000 + 100 + 70 + 4 = 451 174 b. Activity 2 1. c.16 574 b. 2. Generalization How would you find the difference of 5.59 113 d. 279 124 . a. 78 914 . 287 196 . d. 685 976 = 600 000 + 80 000 + 5 000 + 900 + 70 + 6 .or more digit numbers without regrouping? In subtracting 5.163 164 c.

Find the missing numbers. a. a.11 136 95 614 . 1. 463 420 d. 4 232 c. Subtract 234 802 from 685 976. Assignment Find the difference. Choose the letter of the correct answer. 876 752 -561 331 V.23 416 . 75 436 12 c. Evaluation A. 8 184 -6 153 21 748 .1 3 e. 453 240 2. 415 174 d. 1. What is 18 467 less 14 235? a. 154 417 4.7 1 IV. 893 526 . 987 726 -765 115 5. 67 071 -15 061 2. Find the difference.7 2 d. 495 837 . 5 232 3. 363 420 b. 70 184 -30 174 3. Find the missing numbers in 85 421 1 B. 85 421 1 b. Find the difference. 5 132 d. ___________ 5. a. Take away 15 061 from 27 892. 451 174 b. 514 471 c. Check your answer. 787 251 .34 512 72 114 . Find the difference between 936 635 and 473 215.31 002 65 718 . 4 132 b. 436 420 c. 871 976 -341 275 4.

11 21 . pocket charts Helpfulness Learning Experiences A. Drill Subtract. Subtracting large numbers with zero difficulty BEC – PELC I.11 41 . 74 814 = 3 876 47 765 59 732 1 968 = = . 17 .C.12 23 . a.19 2. Review Find the difference.21 19 .19 35 . Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III.1. c. 38 415 – 27 304 = n N – 24 923 = 53 024 17 556 – (2 475 + 625) = n 875 122 – 764 111 = n 693 952 – 512 841 = n Subtracting Large Numbers with Zero Difficulty I. e. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Subtract 5.10 18 .or more digit numbers with zero difficulty Support organizations that help poor people Psychomotor: Affective: II.2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. charts.or more digit numbers from 6.16 17 .or more digit numbers with 3 continuous or non-continuous zeros in both the minuend and the subtrahend with regrouping Solve for the difference of 6. b. d.Solve for n. Preparatory Activities 1.

Presentation Red Cross is an organization which helps the poor people. Who sells tickets? b.9 032 12 000 . Garita Elementary School was given 12 000 tickets to sell for a benefit show. During the Red Cross Week.9 032 12 000 . Developmental Activities 1.9 032 2 968 2. 400 050 711 000 621 000 500 200 800 120 70 625 .3. how will you help this organization? Is it right to help them? Why? Discuss the solution to the problem. Find the difference by subtracting the indicated numbers from 800 120. 9 9 1 10 10 10 1 10 10 10 12 000 . How many tickets were not sold? a. Why do they sell tickets? Valuing: As a student. Motivation What government organizations help poor people? Have you experienced asking help from some organizations? B. The school was able to sell 9 032 tickets. Group Activity a.

9 856 000 . Application Find the difference. 93 150 000 13 281 600 = - = 176 105 79 092 200 - = 93 100 3. 900 034 -720 004 d. Evaluation A. 65 000 000 . 7 800 000 . Follow the arrows to fill up the boxes by subtracting the numbers until you reach 93 100. then proceed to subtraction C. 2 357 000 -36 842 .42 165 000 IV.9 261 000 c. 98 000 000 .15 900 050 b.1 156 000 c.123 000 e. a.26 453 e.b. 867 000 . 97 000 136 . we regroup first in places that need regrouping. 900 603 .6 002 179 d. 160 080 000 .10 009 . 700 080 . 780 004 b. starting at the leftmost digit. Find the difference a. 320 400 .500 032 g.345 000 f.590 407 h. Generalization How can you subtract numbers with 3 continuous or non-continuous zeros in both minuends and subtrahends and with regrouping in any places? When there are continuous zeros or non-continuous zeros.

1) 901 060 006 – 9 300 518 = n 2) 100 000 000 – 85 643 214 = n 3) 80 000 000 – 1 234 567 = n 4) 421 300 048 – 216 321 832 = n 5) 726 140 009 – 402 124 000 = n Estimating the Difference of Two Numbers I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. chart Thoughtfulness . 1. a. 986 476 d. Decrease 1 600 from 700 067.C. 896 467 c. 743 162 c. a. 302 994 b. 734 162 b. 203 494 c. 202 994 d. 734 261 d. 689 476 3. Assignment Write in column and subtract. What is the difference between 800 000 and 156 000? _________ V. ________ 5. Subtract 5 digit numbers from 6 or more digit numbers with continuous zeros. Take away 3 006 from 206 000. 202 499 2. Find the difference between 700 080 and 345 000. 696 467 b. 437 261 4. a.B.3 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards.1. Subtract 36 842 from 780 004. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Estimate the difference of two numbers with four to six digits Solve for the difference mentally Show love and concern for parents Estimating the difference of two numbers with four to six digits BEC – PELC I.

What are the given facts? . Motivation What would you do if you cannot afford to buy a greeting card or gifts for your loved ones? What do you feel? B. 25 936 ____________ _____________ c. About how many more greeting cards did the grade 4 pupils make than grade 3? a. Who among them made more cards? Valuing: To whom will they give the cards? Do you also give cards to your parents? When? Why? 2. Preparatory Activities 1. What is asked in the problem? b.III. Developmental Activities 1. Drill Find the difference 65 – 22 = 127 – 105 = 396 – 254 = 10 – 6 = 7–3= 17 – 9 = 9–5= 12 – 6 = 11 – 8 = 17 – 10 = 18 – 11 = 12 – 7 = 2. Review Round the following numbers to the nearest tens and thousands. Nearest Tens Nearest Thousands a. 74 325 ____________ _____________ b. Why did they make the cards? c. 31 247 ____________ _____________ e. Learning Experiences A. Who made greeting cards? b. 743 426 ____________ _____________ 3. 127 547 ____________ _____________ d. Presentation The grade 4 pupils of Maybunga Elementary School made 2 568 greeting cards for their parents while the grade 3 pupils made 1 756 cards. Group Activity Activity 1 a.

2 929 c.3 223 j.1 756 1 000 .1 482 b. 6 348 . 95 895 . What operation is to be used? d. 13 429 . Estimate the difference to its highest possible place value. 2 568 3 000 2 568 . 265 . 349 258 . 25 376 .4 136 i. 5 134 . 8 888 .14 213 k. What is the number sentence? To estimate the difference. 54 798 . Generalization How do you estimate the difference of two numbers with four to six digits? To estimate the difference of two numbers with four to six digits. Application 1. Round each minuend and subtrahend to the nearest a) tens b) hundreds c) thousands and d) ten thousands. 52 634 .43 187 78 530 . 72 571 . 5 762 .1 675 c. 4 632 . then find its estimated difference 78 528 . 73 287 -48 896 .2 000 . round each of the numbers to highest place value then subtract.12 363 d.72 521 f. round off the minuend and subtrahend to the highest place value then subtract.142 3.42 991 e.3 344 b. a.c.19 584 e.estimated difference 812 -actual difference Activity 2 Estimate to the highest place value then find the difference. 6 861 . C.43 190 2. 4 912 .61 933 d. a.121 123 g.3 165 h.1 756 .

37 051 B.168 651 3. 2970 were sold. Estimate the difference of the family’s monthly expenses from their actual income. 3 000 c. 4 000 3. The sponsor of the play prepared 4 230 tickets. 3 000 c. Get the estimated difference between 87 625 and 5 362. Estimate the difference by rounding to the nearest ten thousands. Assignment 1. What is the estimated answer if 1 236 is subtracted from 2 705? a. 3 000 b. 2 000 d. 34 879 .IV. 85 946 .16 843 3. 1 000 b. Ask the actual income of the family. 59 679 .52 346 2. Estimate then find the difference. 2 000 b. 4 000 d. 5 672 67 935 84 764 . Estimate the difference between 7 452 and 5 602.61 398 . Estimate the difference between 6 213 and 4 362. Estimate the difference by rounding to the nearest a) tens b) hundreds c) thousands d) ten thousands. ___________ 5. 194 385 . About how many were not sold? a. 6 000 2. 1. __________ V. a.84 159 . 2 000 d. Estimate the difference by rounding to the highest possible place value. 4 000 c.5 219 . 2. 1. Evaluation A. 1 000 4.

Learning Experiences A. Check the answers in the class.32 45 .83 83 .23 66 .C.64 78 .21 .16 53 . Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III.11 67 .12 75 . Each pupil take turns in answering the basic subtraction facts written on each strip of manila paper. pocket chart Helpfulness Subtract mentally numbers with minuends up to 300 without regrouping Give the correct answer mentally and orally Show the value of helpfulness when given a task 2. Preparatory Activities 1.Subtracting Numbers Mentally without Regrouping I. Let a pupil pick one petal of the flowers (one at a time) and have him/her answer the equation.26 87 .33 99 . Drill Basic subtraction facts. chart window card.2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards.24 47 .20 99 . 37 . Review This may be done in form of a game. 10 -2 10 -9 10 -7 15 -6 16 -7 12 -8 10 -9 Subtracting mentally with minuends up to 300 without regrouping BEC – PELC I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.

Developmental Activities 1. When the teacher says “go”. c. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 1. Presentation of lesson During weekends. At the end of the day. 239 .146 4. e. One morning. How many mangoes were sold? 2. Relay Game Mechanics: Group the pupils into 5. Let them form a line outside or inside the room. The first group who correctly answers the questions wins. How many mangoes did Leah have in the morning? How many mangoes did she have at the end of the day? What will you do to get the answer? What is the fastest way of solving for the final answer? How many mangoes were sold? 3. Teacher writes all the exercises in a rolled paper and pastes it on the board. Leah helps her mother sell mangoes in the market. Discussion a.153 5. she had 55 mangoes left. what do you do to help your parents earn extra income? Guide the pupils to see the value of helpfulness. 264 .46 .3. 179 .132 2. d. she had 275 mangoes. B. pupils takes turns in going to the board. 276 . b.135 3. Motivation During weekends. 148 . Fixing Skills/Practice a.

152 IV.190 5. 575 – 273 = n 2. 2.133 .b. 299 b. 266 . Subtract mentally. Subtract mentally the following numbers. 265 .105 3. Subtract horizontally and vertically. 488 – 242 = n e.155 d. 300 . 284 – 174 = n b. a. 290 . 1. 5. 1) 102 104 2) 132 141 3) 275 33 4) 171 210 5) 247 102 c. Evaluation A. 3. C. Subtract mentally. Find the missing numbers to complete the puzzle. 270 . 239 . 278 -178 e. 1. Supply the missing numbers orally. 1) 2) 274 ____ 142 ____ 248 44 ____ 21 ____ 143 112 ____ 131 ____ 20 149 ____ 13 4. Generalization How can you subtract mentally? Give the steps.120 4. a. Give the difference orally.183 . What is left between 178 and 152? What is 715 minus 236? 2. 182 – 130 = n d.153 . Application 1. The difference between 298 and 56? What remains between 876 and 543? Less 13 from 126. 4. 239 . 340 – 130 = n c. 299 c.200 B.

110 2. Drill Mental Computation Solve for the difference mentally as fast and as correct as you can. 174 . 294 .54 . chart. picture.202 . Subtract mentally. 174 . Learning Experiences A.2 125 Solving mentally 1-step word problems involving subtraction without regrouping BEC – PELC I. 96 85 874 305 4 248 .3. 1. 762 .523 . Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III.423 Solving Mentally 1 – Step Word Problems Involving Subtraction without Regrouping I.147 4. Preparatory Activities 1.100 8. 150 . crayons Appreciation of God’s creation Solve mentally 1-step word problems involving subtraction without regrouping Solve problems mentally Show appreciation for God’s creation . 120 .123 5.241 6.V.140 3. 249 .C.253 10. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 838 .74 9. 159 . activity sheets. paper.712 7. 678 .61 .2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. Assignment.

2. Review Answer orally. Jose sold 120 sampaguita garlands. Rosa sold 135 sampaguita garlands. How many more sampaguita garlands did Rosa sell than Jose? 3. Motivation Show pictures of trees, skies, land, fish, people, etc. Valuing: Who created these things? Can we be like God? Why or why not? B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation Marc has 78 fishes in his aquarium. His mother transferred 25 fishes into another aquarium. How many fishes were left?

2. Discussion Guide the pupils in the discussion of the problem by answering the following questions. a. What is asked in the problem? b. What are given? c. What operation is needed to solve the problem? d. What is the fastest way of solving for the final answer? e. What is the final answer? Group the pupils by pairs. Distribute activity sheets to each pair. Their task is to help each other solve the problems carefully. a. Edgar helps his father in the farm. There were 150 coffee seedlings. If 90 seedlings have been planted, how many more does he need to plant? b. Aling Norma has 12 children. Ten of her children went to America. How many children still lives with Aling Norma? c. If Carlo accidentally broke 12 of his 24 crayons, how many crayons were not broken? d. Loren has 15 guavas. She gave 12 guavas to her sister. How many has she left? e. Mother baked 28 cookies. Lita ate 12 of the cookies. How many cookies were left? 3. Generalization How do we solve problems involving subtraction mentally? What are the rules to remember in solving problems mentally?

In solving word problems involving mental subtraction, follow the following steps: Understand, think and give your answer without using pencil and paper, then look back to check your answer.

C. Application Solve mentally. Write the answers on your paper. 1. Danny planted 54 upo seedlings. Ernie planted 65 ampalaya seedlings. Who planted more? 2. Nancy planted 39 patani seedlings. If 13 of them did not grow, how many seeds grew?

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Evaluation Solve the problem mentally. 1. There are 20 buses in the bus terminal. Only 15 are checked to be in good condition. How many are left for repair? 2. Mia bought 15 candies. On her way home, she ate 5 of the candies. How many candies did she bring home? 3. Jerry weighs 182 lbs. randy weighs 120 lbs. how much more is Jerry’s weight than Randy? 4. Mang Isko baked 30 cookies. Ronald ate 20 of the cookies. How many cookies were left? 5. Carlo broke 10 of his 24 crayons, how many crayons were not broken?

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Assignment Create your own story problem involving subtraction. You may exchange problems with your partners then try to solve it accurately. Discuss solutions in class.

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I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Content Skills: 1. Writing number sentences for story problems Solve one step word problems involving subtraction of numbers including money, with and without regrouping Write the number sentence for a given story problem Practice wise decision-making

2. Solving word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money with and without regrouping References: Materials: Value: III. Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Have a short drill on selected subtraction facts. 35 18 16 31 34 -5 -7 -8 -9 -6 2. Review Find the difference. 7 367 - 2 314 3. Motivation Purok Masagana has 7 206 registered voters. If 3 271 are male voters, how many are female voters? How many registered voters are there? How many male voters are there? How many are female? Valuing: If you are to vote for your student government, how are you going to select a good leader? Why? B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. b. c. d. e. What is asked in the problem? What is/are given in the problem? What operation will you use? Is there a clue word? What is the number sentence for the problem? How is the solution done? BEC – PELC I.C.3.1 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards, chart on problem solving Intelligent decision in voting

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2. Aling Precy sold fruit at a public market. she had only 94 left. Malvar and her eldest daughter watched a songfest. Application Solve the following word problems. The pineapple planters of Laguna gathered 4 276 pineapples last month. Mang Carlos earned 4 265. 3. A fish dealer sold 232 152 kg of assorted fish in one week. Group Activity Group the pupils into 4 groups. Generalization What are the steps to follow in problem solving? What clues are needed to solve word problems involving subtraction? C. Posadas wants to buy a washing machine worth 5 785. How many more pineapples did they harvest this month than last month? 2. Mr.00php cash on hand. She has 2 356. it was discovered that 86 were not functioning.00php to his wife and deposited the rest in the bank. There are 7 079 Science books. Mary’s school. how many were males? . There were 10 206 who watched the said competition if 6 259 were females. How many books are not Science books? Group 4 1. he was able to harvest 22 098 watermelons. Have each group solve the problems then present their work to the class. After five years.00php for catching fish. A big library has 38 459 books in the shelves. She had 2 056 mangoes. At the end of the day. What is the difference between the watermelons harvested this year and last year? 2. How much is the cost difference? Group 3 1. how many kg of fish were sold in 3 days? 2. How many mangoes were sold on that day? Provide provisions foe word clues leading to the solutions of the word problems. specifically for the slow groups. This month.00php. 1.00php. He gave 1 500. In a week. Group 1 1. How many computers were in good condition? 2. Mrs. This year. How much more money does she need in order to buy the washing machine? Group 2 1. she decided to sell the old car for 186 738. A farmer harvested a total of 10 404 watermelons last year. Mrs.00php. they harvested 6 278 pineapples. After the school year. If 156 218 kg were sold in 4 days. How much did he deposit in the bank? 2. There were 450 computers in St. Perez bought a car that costs 356 826.

Only 13 269 were sold. Mr. If she had 32 075. A.00php for the improvement of the town park. How much was spent for the playground equipments? 4. A garment factory earned 858 928. The Bantayog Ladies Circle invited several women to participate in a beautification project. 1. They spent 46 000. How many more were fruit trees than ornamental plants? 5. how many native slippers were exported? 4. How much more did the Junior Red Cross earn from selling bottles than newspapers? 3. Mariano’s cottage industry exported a total of 250 756 native slippers and bags.00php in a savings bank. The school property custodian distributed 4 758 English and Math books for grade IV pupils. How much money is left in the bank? IV. If 452 were local stamps. The workers were paid 28 968. He already has 48 905. how much more was left? 2. How many doughnuts were left? . 1. the city hired 315 new workers. Atty. How much was left for the factory’s other expenses? 2. Assignment Read and solve the following word problems.00php.00php. The women were able to raise 100 000.00php. Roxas receive than Mr.00php. During the local election for Mayor. All the barangays planted a total of 32 500 seedlings of fruit trees.00php and the bottles for 2 115. How many more votes did Atty. Mr. He withdrew 35 500. 1.00 in her wallet. Roxas received 32 708 votes while Mr.00php. Virgie collected 1 280 local and international stamps. They sold the old news papers for 1 090.3. The food committee ordered 15 000 doughnuts. If they need 1 210 new workers. Emmy bought 60 sacks of corn that cost a total 15 940. Reyes received 21 926 votes.00php. Gomez plans to buy a car for 55 726. Reyes? C. To sustain and maintain the Clean and Green Project. now many more should be hired? 2. Evaluation Read and solve the following problems. how many were international stamps? 2. The school children planted about 25 000 ornamental plants in their homes and school yards. Of these products. Cortez has 527 968.00 for his children’s school expenses. Quezon City had a Clean and Green Project. The Junior Red Cross members of Bagong Silang Elementary School collected old news papers and bottles. If 2 307 are English books.00php for making a flower garden and the rest they spent for playground equipments. how many are Math books? B. 1. 75 903 were native bags. How much more does he need to be able to buy the car? V.

Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Each pupil takes turn in solving for the sum/difference mentally to be written in an activity sheet.49 . Solving for the final answer with the necessary label BEC – PELC I.1 Textbooks in Math 4 charts. Divide the class into groups of 5.18 2. the hidden question and the operation to be used 3.00php. They set aside 3 500. what are given. Preparatory Activities 1. Transforming the word problem into a number sentence 4. How much money was left for their savings? What do you know about the word earnings.Analyzing 2-Step Word Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction Including Money I. markers Value of hardwork Analyze word problems involving addition and subtraction including money Solving problems involving addition and subtraction including money Appreciate the value of hardwork References: Materials: Value: III. Check answers in class. Motivation Rica’s father earns 2 500. Drill Do merry-go-round.00php for their weekly expenses. Telling what is asked. Analyzing word problems 2. Her mother earns 1 800. Learning Experiences A. Learning Content Skill: 1. Review What are the steps in solving word problem? 3. manila paper.33 .1. strips of cartolina. 25 37 74 65 46 98 64 37 + 86 + 43 +28 + 13 . savings and expenses? .C.00php a week. Using the correct operation 5.4. the word clues.75 .

Assign a representative/leader to report and discuss solutions made by their group in class. Group Activity Divide the class into groups of 3s.00php.00php. Distribute a sheet with problems on it. Mrs.00 c. What is the number sentence? (2 500 + 1 800) – 3 500 = n g. What is the answer? 800. Mr. How much more does she spend in November than in October? c.00php. there were 1 415 children vaccinated at the Health Center and 1 054 on the second day. Of these. a.00 3 500.00php for the same expenses.00 1 800.00php for her children’s allowance. In October. Adrian bought a bag for 500.Valuing: Why do people work? Do you spend all your earnings? Why do you have to save? B. Presentation Guide the students in analyzing and solving the problem in class. she spent 8 550. Then. How many were girls? . What is the hidden question? How much do they earn altogether? d. What is asked in the problem? The total savings for the week. What words were used to help solve the problem? Money left as savings e. The task of the students is to help each other solve the problems. Refer to the questions below. Rizon spent 8 200. On the first day.00php. How much more did Adrian spend than Maria? 2. How much did he gain? b. 1 459 were boys. b. he sold the house for 670 000. Maria bought an umbrella for 230. Developmental Activities 1. What operations will you use? Addition and subtraction f. In November. Nicolas bought a house for 350 000.00php for its repair.00php in a week Give more problems to be discussed in class. What are given? 2 500.00php and a raincoat for 250. He spent 120 000.00php for household expenses and 1 750. a.

Application Read each problem and solve on your paper. Assignment Write your analysis of these problems by answering the 7 questions in the presentation part. 1. in 1992 it went up by 12 768.00php? 2. 1. Then. How many seashells did Mrs. Generalization How do we solve word problems? What are the steps involved? C.00php incurred. What was the increase in the number of overseas workers from 1990 to 1995? IV. In 1990. Mrs.00php at the start? 4. it went up to 782 297. In a town’s fund-raising drive.00php each as admission fee. Some pupils donated seedlings for their plant-a-tree project. After deducting the expenses of 7 385. Evaluation Solve the problems by following the steps in problem solving. he ate at a restaurant and paid 120. How many plants did not wither? b.00php for transportation. How many more students can the auditorium accommodate? V. how much money was left if he had 400. how much did they raise altogether? 2. She wants to buy a pair of pants which cost 395. Of these seedlings. several organizations raised the following amounts: Knights of Rizal.00php. Reyes collected 8 345 seashells from Luzon. In 1995.00php.3. a. how much would be her change if she gave the cashier 1 000. Practice Exercises Solve the following problems using the steps in problem solving. 18 176.00php. The girls donated 2 518 seedlings while the boys donated 1 736 seedlings. If he spent 10.00php and the Women’s Club 10 487. Of the school population. How much change would you receive if you paid all the items below? . the number of overseas workers in the country was 41 730. Visayas and Mindanao. You have 200. daughters if Isabela 12 735.00php for a pizza and a glass of juice. Reyes collect from Visayas? 2.00php. Jay watched two movies and paid 60. Precy went shopping. 1 385 withered. 3 246 boys and 1 362 girls went to see the basketball game.00php and a blouse which costs 250. The school auditorium can hold 5 000 people. 1. She collected 3 420 from Luzon and 3 058 from Mindanao.

4.00 75.1 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. 238 277 364 811 675 +215 +124 +125 + 278 + 324 11 -8 6 -2 15 -7 18 -8 17 -9 Solving 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction including money BEC – PELC I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. charts Love for books Solve 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction including money Solve problems accurately Show love for books . Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III.00 31. Learning Experiences A.00 20. Review Find the sum. Preparatory Activities 1.00 Solving 2-Step Word Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction Including Money I. Drill Use flash cards for the basic addition and subtraction facts. Write the answers in your math notebooks. 3 9 5 6 9 4 8 +8 +2 +7 +4 +8 +7 +8 12 -5 2.Ballpens and pencils Notebooks Crayons Pad paper Art papers 48.00 24.C.

Father gave her 25. Nita needs 100.128 . .56 Have you gone to the library? What do you see in the library? B. Janice collected 300 shells and Riza collected 250 shells on the beach. If their library has 10 000 books. Activity 1 Divide the class into groups/columns. She used 12 of these for cooking. On their way home. The first group to give the correct answer will get the points.72 367 . Discuss the solutions on the board. Group Activity a. Developmental Activities 1. Let the pupils help each other solve the problem. they lost 120 shells. Glenda had read 238 books and Girlie read another 215 books. Activity 2 Divide the pupils into 3 groups. How many shells were they able to bring home? b.00php.00php for her project. How much more does she need? 3. how many more books do they still need to read? Let 2 or 3 pupils show the solution on the board. They always go to the library to read books. Aling Naty picked 25 tomatoes from her vegetable garden on Monday and 43 tomatoes on Tuesday. Presentation Glenda and Girlie love to read books. Show the solution.00php and her mother gave her 55. 10 000 – (238 + 215) = n 10 000 – 453 = n n = 9 547 books Valuing: What kind of girls are Glenda and Girlie? Do you also enjoy reading books? What kind of books do you love to read? Is reading books a good hobby? Why? 2.231 899 .176 278 .114 3. Motivation 248 . How many tomatoes were left? 2. 1.

Portland Industries earned 17 836 109. He bought a box of crayon for 24. a department store received 4 838 denim pants and 3 746 slacks. the population of barangay San Antonio was 5 786. Rafael earned 45.00 in January. d.00 for washing cars and 55. He spent 15. In 1999.00 in December. how many were left? 2. Lino sold empty bottles in Saturday and received 18. Because of fire. how much more money do they have to raise to be able to buy the house and lot and the car? 2.00 to rebuild their factory.00 in the year 2001 and 21 350 865. How many cookies were left? 3. If the answer is correct. Lani deposited 1 350. How much money was left? 2. They will be given 2 minutes to solve the problem. What is the population of barangay San Antonio at the end of 1999? 3. She withdrew 2 000. He gave 56 of these to her mother for dinner. How much of their earnings were left? Think Plan Solve Look back IV. If 6 220 pants were sold.00 for food.00php and a car worth 1 755 930. If they have 25 950 395. C.1. How much money is left in the bank? 3. For the month of January. c.00. 1. he received 21. Ignacio planned to buy a house and lot worth 31 486 875. Generalization What do we have to do before we can solve a problem? Follow the steps in analyzing and solving a problem. How much money was left? 3. In 1998. Mr. On Sunday. The leader of each group will pick a problem using the “Wheel of Fortune”.00.00php. Mandy caught 148 fishes in the morning and 216 in the afternoon. Evaluation Solve the following problems. and Mrs. b. they will be given points.00php.00 for running errands. they spent 16 650 370. She sold 526 cookies to her neighbors. Application Group the pupils. a.00.00 in November and 3 175.00 in 2002. How many fishes were left to be sold in the market? . Mother baked 365 cookies in the morning and 273 in the afternoon. there were 1 296 newborns and 325 deaths. 1.

A soft drink factory was able to manufacture 48 357 bottles for January and 55 219 for February.Ia counters. Show your solution. Assignment Solve the problem.00 and garments worth 950. A mineral water company produced 15 476 bottles of mineral water for the month of June and 21 658 for the month of July. Supply for the missing numbers in a given situation Show love for reading Psychomotor: Affective: II. If the enrollment was 17 324. If their monthly expenses are 26 450. Bonifacio Elementary School had 3 568 Grade 1 pupils and 3 756 Grade 2 pupils in 2001. She gave the cashier 1 500. how much is their monthly savings? V.00. How many bottles were unsold? 2. Preparatory Activities 1. how many pupil were in the other grade levels? 6. Drill . Mrs.00. Learning Experiences Identifying the properties of multiplication BEC – PELC I.00.D. Cruz bought canned goods worth 375.4.00 while his wife’s monthly income is 16 720. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Show the different properties of multiplication Commutative property Associative property Zero property One/Identity property 1. Mr. How much change did she get? 5. cartolina strips. Del Rosario’s monthly income is 20 150. How many were not sold? Properties of Multiplication I. They were able to sell 33 274 bottles of mineral water. The factory was able to sell 84 379 bottles. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. 1. chart Love for reading A. Solve for the product mentally 2.00.

). Developmental Activities 1. 3 x 6. She required each pupil to read two books for home reading per month.Answer as fast as you can. Each pupil in pair shows and solves one of the problems using counter.g. (number sentences written on cartolina strips) 9+6 5 + (3 + 6) 6+9 (5 + 3) + 6 2. Presentation 25 x 2 = 50 What are the factors? Do you think that if we interchange the factors. Say 2 multiplication problems using the same factors (e. 6 x 3). 4+ 7 7+4 (2 + 5) + 6 9 + (4 + 2) . How many books will the children read in 10 months? Valuing: What do you think will be developed among the pupils of Miss Daisy? What do you think shall we get from reading many books? B. 18 = 6X3 3X6 9X2 2X9 1X18 20 = 32 = 25 = 42 = 3. Pupils compare the products and discuss. Review Write each number on the left as a product of two numbers in different ways. Repeat activity (5 – 10 mins. the product will still be the same? Let us see. Motivation Miss Daisy has 25 pupils. 2 x 25 = 50 50 = 50 Therefore: 25 x 2 = 2 x 25 Materials: counters Group size: pairs Procedure: Distribute 40 counters to each pair.

present the following: A B C 9X4 = 36 7X0 = 0 2X1 = 2 4X9 = 36 0X7 = 0 1X2 = 2 8X3 = 24 3X8 = 24 7X9 = 63 9X7 = 63 9X0 = 0 0X9 = 0 15X0 = 0 0X15 = 0 6X1 = 6 1X6 = 6 12X1 = 12 1X12 = 12 What have you observed in Group A? if the order of the factors are changed. (Identify what property is illustrated.a. 3 x 1 = 3. factors like 0 x 1 = 0.) How about column C? What can you say about the numbers multiplied by 1? (Introduce the identity property. Each card contains a different multiplication fact such as 4 x 2 = 8 and 2 x 4 = 8.) c. 1 x 12 = 12 c. Include in the multiplication facts 0 and 1. Each child will look for his/her partner. 6 x (4 x 3) = (6 x 4) x 3 What have you observed? Do the groupings of the factors affect the product? (Introduce the associative property) 2. Based on the activities done. does the product also change or remain the same? (Then present the commutative property of multiplication) Does addition also have this property? How about column B? What have you observed? (Introduce the zero property. 18 x 9 = 9 x 18 e. Each group will answer the exercises in the activity card and report.) a. 1 x 3 = 3 b. 1 x 0 = 0. 12 x (2 x 5) = (12 x 2) x 5 . Group Activity Distribute activity cards. (8 x 4) x 5 = 8 x (4 x 5) d. 6 x 0 = 0 f. (4 x 2) x 5 = 4 x (2 x 5) 6 x (4 x 3) = 6 x 12 = 72 (6 x 4) x 3 = 24 x 3 = 72 72 = 72 Therefore. Distribute cards to all the pupils. 3 x 6 = 6 x 3 b. Present 2 cartolina strips showing: (4 x 2) x 5 = 8 x 5 = 40 4 x (2 x 5) = 4 x 10 = 40 40 = 40 Therefore.

shows the Associative Property of Multiplication? a. (2 x 3) x 4 = (3 x 4) 2. (9 x 8) x 2 = 9 x (8 x 2) d. 14 x 23 = 23 x 14 c. 34 x 2 = 2 x 34 b. Identity Property – any number multiplied by 1 equals the number. Zero Property – any number multiplied by zero equals zero. a. He has 5 baskets of tomatoes. Which equation shows the Identity Property of Multiplication? a. 45 x 1 c. 1. which shows or describe the zero property of multiplication? a. 65 x 1 = 65 c. Commutative Property – changing the order of the factors does not change the product. Evaluation A. 238 x 0 = 0 b. Among the equations below. how many tomatoes are there in all? (Prove your answer by showing the commutative property) Solution: 5 x 300 = 300 x 5 1 500 = 1 500 IV.3. 15 x 3 = 3 x 15 3. C. Application Mang Tonyo prepares his harvest to be brought to the market. Commutative Property of multiplication is best shown by the equation __________. Generalization What are the properties of multiplication? Define each. (3 x 7) x 8 = (7 x 8) x 3 d. 370 x 0 = 0 4. Encircle the letter of your answer. The equation ________. 39 x 0 b. 48 x 62 = 62 x 48 . Associative Property – changing the grouping of the factors does not change the product. If each basket contains 300 tomatoes. 85 x 1 = 85 d.

___________ B. 1.D. 2. 9 x 4 = 4 x 9 ___ = ___ ___ = ___ 7. counters. 5. 4. Solve for the product mentally Demonstrate love for work . 7 x 3 = 3 x 7 ___ x 4 = 3 x ___ ___ = ___ ___ = ___ Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition I.b. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Showing the distributive property of multiplication over addition BEC – PELC I. 5 x 8 = 8 x 5 6. 99 x 0 = 0 5. 14 x 1 = ___ 3. b. 3. Solve for the answer and indicate the property of multiplication. 1. 100 x 0 = ___ 4. 80 x 1 = ___ 9. 7x8=8x7 (4 x 8) x 3 = 4 x (8 x 3) 120 x 0 29 x 1 (14 x 5) x 8 = 14 x (5 x 8) Assignment Solve and fill in the blanks the correct answer.B Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. picture. V. 9 x (5 x 6) = (9 x 5) x 6 d. 4 x 9 = ___ x ___ 5. (2 x 3) x 6 = 2 (3 x 6) ___ = ___ ___ x 6 = 2 x ___ 2. 1 x 4 271 = 4 271 c. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 6 x 0 = ___ 8. chart. Give example of Associative property of multiplication. (3 x 8) x 4 = 3 x (8 x 4) 10. Supply the missing number 2. activity cards Dignity of labor Identify the distributive property of multiplication over addition 1.1.

Learning Experiences A. 7 x 6 = 6 x 7 13. Review b. 2. 75 x 1 = 15. Study the problem What are the jobs of Rene? Answer: Dishwasher and as Cook How much does he earn as dishwasher? Answer: P120. Have the pupils answer orally the basic multiplication facts using flash cards. Motivation Rene works every morning as a dishwasher at Chefoo restaurant earning P120. Complete the equations as necessary. Presentation a. 9 x 0 = 14. 4 x 10 = 10 x 4 6. Identify the property of multiplication being illustrated.00 How much does he earn as cook? Answer: P250.00 How many days does he work in a week? 5 What is the number sentence? (5 x P120) + (5 x P250) = n or 5 (p120. 6 x 2 = 2 x 6 9. Preparatory Activities 1. (1 x 7) x 8 = 1 x (7 x 8) 3. (3 x 9) x 6 = 3 x (9 x 6) 16. how much is his earning for a week? Valuing: What kind of person is Rene? How many jobs does he have? How many days does he work a week? Would you want to be like Rene? B. 4 x 12 = 12 x 4 4. 1 x 25 = 12. Drill a. (4 x 1) x 9 = 4 x (1 x 9) 3. Developmental Activities 1. If he works for 5 days a week in both restaurants. 300 x 0 = 7.00) = n . 1.00 + P250. (4 x 8) x 2 = 4 x (8 x 2) 10.00 per day and every afternoon as cook at Gardenia garden Restaurant earning P250. 9 x 0 = 11.00 per day. 95 x 1 = 8.III. (6 x 0) x 5 = 6 x (0 x 5) 2. 36 x 1 = 1 x 36 5.

3x4 + 3x5 (3 x 4) + (3 x 5) (3 x 4) + (3 x 5) = 3 x (4 + 5) 12 + 15 = 3 x 9 27 = 27 Ask: Did the answers change in the two illustrations? What was done in the second illustration? (the stars were grouped together)] c. Present the following illustrations. What is the number sentence? 4 x (4 + 3) = 4 x 7 = 28 . Write the number sentence below the illustration. Study the next illustration.b.

3 x (2 + 7) . (Advise the pupils to use crayons to make their work nice and presentable. Draw in your manila paper your work and explain it to the class. The example is given to you. Show by means of counters the following combination facts showing the distributive property of multiplication over addition. (6 + 3) x 7 d. (2 + 5) x 7 h. 8 x (3 + 3) j. (3 + 6) x 9 g. (3 + 2) x 4 f. Divide the class into 3 groups. 2.4x4 + 4x3 (4 x 4) + (4 x 3) = 16 + 12 = 28 Therefore. 4 x (4 + 3) = (4 x 4) + (4 x 3) Explain why the answers are the same. Distribute the activity cards. Give them counters. 9 x (4 + 4) i. 6 x (3 + 3) b.) 3. A 2 x (4 + 8) = (2 x 4) + (2 x 8) B 5 x (6 + 7) = (5 x 6) + (5 x 7) C 4 x (5 + 9) = (4 x 5) + (4 x 9) b. Group Activity a. Practice Exercises Solve using the distributive property of multiplication. (3 + 4) x 8 = (3 x 8) + (4 x 8) = 24 + 32 = 56 a. 4 x (5 + 4) c. (2 x 7) x 8 e.

Write the number sentence for each problem.4. a. There were 8 pupils who helped the science teacher. Application Lisa and Marie have 3 dolls and 4 stuffed toys each. Each of them carried 3 beakers and 2 alcohol lamps. How many things did the pupils carry? b. Assignment 1. 9 x 15 b. C. 2 x 9 d. 3 x 21 c. 4 x 10 2. Each of the 9 families in our street has 4 fruit trees and 2 shade trees. 1) 6 x 12 2) 8 x 25 3) 5 x 14 4) 3 x 13 5) 7 x 9 V. then solve. Example: 6 x 7 = 6 x (4 + 3) = (6 x 4) + (6 x 3) = 24 + 18 = 42 a. Show the distributive property of multiplication over addition then solve for the product. Give the missing numbers. Generalization What is the distributive property of multiplication? Distributive property of multiplication over addition is also known as “breaking apart”. How many toys do they have in all? IV. How many trees are there in our street? . The product will not change if one factor is expressed as the sum of two addends then multiplied by the other factor. 8 x 18 e. Evaluation A. Rename the second factor as two addends and find the product. 1) 3 x (7 + 4) = (___ x 7) + (3 x 4) = ____ 2) 9 x (3 + 4) = (9 x 3) + (9 x ___) = ____ 3) 5 x (10 + 3) = (___ x 10) + (5 x 3) = ____ 4) 6 x (4 + 4) = (6 x 4) + (___ x 4) = ____ 5) (3 + 4) x 5 = (3 x 5) + (___ x 5) = ____ B.

or More Digit Factors by 3. Motivation What can you see in the picture? Do you have fruit trees in your farm/backyard? Is it good to plant trees? Why? . markers Conservation of trees Multiply 5.2 Textbooks in Math 4 drill cards. manila paper.Digit Factors without and with Regrouping I.c.or more digit factors using partial product method Appreciate the importance of trees Learning Experiences A.D.digit factors without and with regrouping illustrate multiplying by 5.or more digit factors by 3. Review What are the parts of a multiplication sentence? Solve for the product mentally as fast and correct as they can. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. picture.or more digit factors by 3-digit factors with and without regrouping BEC – PELC I. How many fruits did they get? Multiplying 5. Jojo and his 4 friends were given 4 guavas and 3 chicos each by their Uncle Bert. Drill Basic multiplication facts using drill cards 2. 12 23 17 13 42 x5 x3 x4 x7 x8 3. Multiplying of 5. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. Preparatory Activities 1.

Developmental Activities 1. b. a. How many coconuts can they deliver in 123 days? Analyze the problem. Presentation Mang Ambo and his co-workers can deliver 12 234 coconuts in a day.B. How many mangoes did Mang Ambo and his co-workers gather in one day? What is asked in the problem? How can we solve the problem? Show the solution by using the sum of partial products. 16 821 x 424 c. 625 543 x 352 1251086 3127715 + 1876629_ 220191136 . 23 568 x 238 Study the multiplication algorithm. c. d. 14 213 x 132 Step 2 Multiply 12 234 by 2 b. a. 12 234 x 123 36 702 12 234 x 123 36702 24468 12 234 x 123 36702 24468 + 12234 12 234 x 123 36 702 24468 + 12234__ 1504782 Step 3 Multiply 12 234 by 1 Step 1 Multiply 12 234 By 3 Step 4 Add the partial Products More practice Show the solution.

How many eggs can he gather in 12 weeks? IV. 21 963 e. Mendoza can gather 12 350 eggs in a week from his poultry farm. 68 214 b. Group Activity Each group will be given activity sheets/cards containing 3 items. 7 359 664 d. 65 218 x 456 421 826 x 321 3. 1. a. a. Choose the letter of the correct answer. Generalization How do we multiply 5.or more digit factors by 3. Find the product of 32 122 and 112.digit factors by multiplying all the digits in the multiplier by the ones digit of the multiplicand to get the first partial product. 52 183 c.Let the children have more practice. 3 579 664 b.digit factors without and with regrouping? We multiply 5. 21 465 x 382 95 218 x 523 392 146 x 781 76 542 x 352 24 693 x 423 621 483 x 218 24 986 x 142 C. The group with the most number of correct answers will be given a prize. then by the tens digit to get the second partial product and the hundreds digit to get the third partial product and so on. 3 597 664 c. Each group that finishes the work will display them on the board. Solve for the products. Then add the partial products to get the final product. Evaluation A. 5 397 664 . 821 145 d. 72 584 2.or more digit factors by 3. Application Mr.

1) 85 354 2) 82 806 x 978 x 814 3) 49 236 x 314 4) 421 832 x 175 5) 678 322 x 387 6) What is the product of 2 876 and 489? 7) What is 27 654 added to the product of 32 145 and 237? Multiplying Numbers having Zeros in both Factors without Regrouping I. 1 598 531 d.2. 31 241 750 c. 31 142 075 4. 1 958 531 b. What is the product of 13 211 and 121? a. what is the result? ________ V. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.3 Textbooks in Math 4 M-1 window cards Carefulness Multiply 5. 31 124 075 b. what is the product? a.or more digit factors having 1 t 3 zeros in both factors without regrouping BEC – PELC I.D. Add 1 394 to the product of 42 632 and 134.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors without regrouping Find the product using the process of long multiplication with ease Show carefulness in doing other activities .2. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Multiplying 5. What is 32 143 repeated 215 times? ________ 5. Assignment Give the products. If the factors are 49 325 and 631. 31 421 075 d. 1 351 895 3. 1 895 531 c.

Preparatory Activities 1. Give the exact time (number of minutes) to finish the drill card. Valuing: Are you also careful in doing other things aside from our activities in Math? How? Find the product. Division Mental Math! Mental Math! (Repeat) B. 213 842 524 400 523 x 3 x 2 x 3 x 7 x 10 3. Developmental Activities 1. Elicit the steps. 65 432 x 765 What did you do to get the correct product? 4. how many sacks did the company deliver in all? . Learning Experiences A. Mathematics! Mathematics! How it thrills. how it thrills Addition.III. Be sure that the pupils follow correctly and carefully the steps in multiplying using the long method. Subtraction Multiplication. Review Show how to solve for the product using the long method on the board. Drill Drill on basic multiplication facts using window cards. Motivation Sing the song (tune: Are you sleeping). Mental Computation Answer the following on your notebook. Presentation The Zoom Rice Milling Company delivered 300 trucks of rice in Metro Manila. If each truck contains 40 000 sacks. 2.

32 000 10 052 50 012 52 003 x 300 x 101 x 400 x 100 3. Write on the board. multiply the given numbers then count the number of zeros found at the end of the factors and write them in the answer. 60 002 30 052 21 220 23 001 x 300 x 1001u x 40 x 200 11 000 x 500 Dyad Pair the children. Written exercises 10 411 20 011 x 200 x 60 40 004 x2 000 95 000 x 100 20 500 x 40 70 100 x 300 80 003 x 200 How did you come up with the answers? Is there a faster way to solve for the product? Elicit the patterns. 21 200 x 400 30 022 x 30 3 002 x 303 . Each pair will work on these exercises. Analyze the problem.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors without regrouping? Any number multiplied by zero equals zero. Group activity Divide the class into two groups. Generalization How do we multiply 5.a. How many trucks of rice did the company deliver? How many sacks are in each truck? What is asked? What is the operation to be used? Show the solution b. Each group will report their answers. 2. Give them activity sheets where the exercises are written. If the zeros in both factors are found at the end. 40 000 x 300 12 000 000 sacks of rice c.

60 002 x 41 e. If the factors are 4 500 and 90. What is 23 100 added 40 times? 3. Application There are 12 300 members of Barangay Masikap. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Multiplying 5. Answer the following: 1. Evaluation A.C. What is the product? 2.2. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 30 002 x 320 b. how many packs of noodles were collected? IV. If each member contributed 30 packs of noodles for the Lutong Bayan Project. Find the product. what is the product? 4.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors with regrouping in all places Show cooperation during class activities . 32 102 x 403 Multiplying Numbers having Zeros in both Factors with Regrouping I. Multiply 7 400 and 200. 21 004 x 102 d.3 Textbooks in Math 4 window cards Cooperation Find the product of 5. a.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors with regrouping Multiply 5.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors with regrouping in all places BEC – PELC I. 42 102 x 43 c. What is 61 002 multiplied by 400? V. Assignment Find the product. 44 000 x 21 43 002 X 321 60 021 x 302 2 340 x 21 32 011 x 101 34 000 x 21 B.D.

Learning Experiences A. 80 100 x 50 3.00 annually.00 x 50 1 560 000. Developmental Activities 1. Mental Math 2 004 x 320 600 x400 2.00 81 012 x 60 61 001 x 200 70 200 x 40 31 100 x 60 30 100 x 43 80 020 x 102 7 001 x 41 70 x 50 200 x 403 93 002 x 30 72 000 x 40 80 100 x 50 61 003 x 30 . Preparatory Activities 1. 31 200. How much does the owner pay for its 50 laborers? a. Drill a. Show the solution of the problem. Motivation Game: Multiplication Relay 61 001 x 400 B.III. How many laborers are there in the show factory? What is the salary per year of each laborer? What is asked in the problem? What is the operation to be used? How will the problem be solved? b. Review Find the product. Basic multiplication facts using window drill cards (Record each pupil’s time.) b. Presentation A shoe factory pays each laborer 31 200. Analyze the problem.

C. x 40 86 000 90 042 809 051 700 800 50 4 300 000 60 70 80 7 203 360 56 633 570 Divide the class into three groups. His average sales for a month is 23 005. The members of the group will help each other answer the following exercises shown below.or more digit factors having 1 to 3 zeros in both factors with regrouping in all places? Remember: 1. Application Ralph is a salesman of electrical appliances. what is the product? a. Multiply 86 000 and 2001.2. 2. 3. Generalization How do we multiply 5.00 what is his sales for 105 months? 70 800 x 40 391 021 x 100 80 700 x 150 3 620 400 x 720 90 050 x 203 1 210 055 x 302 80 007 x 701 IV. 64 000 x 30 460 010 x 50 3. Evaluation Multiply the following. 17 002 000 . Group Activities Cooperative Exercise Complete the table. 1. Give each group an activity card/sheet. Regroup whenever necessary. Use the same steps in multiplying. Write zero in the product if zero is multiplied by any number or bring down the terminal zeros of the factors and proceed with multiplying the non-zero digits.

31 025 000 c. 3. 17 200 000 c. 24 406 000 d. 31 205 000 What is 39 600 times 50? _______ If the factors are 45 000 and 90. and 1000 I. b.or more digit factors by multiples of 10. 24 604 000 c. number wheel Kindness and helpfulness Multiply 5. what is the product? Multiplying Numbers by Multiples of 10. What is 37 100 times 50? 2. charts.2. 3. 24 460 000 b. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 4.or more digit by multiples of 10. 31 520 000 b. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Multiplying 5.or more digit factors by multiples of 10. 170 002 000 What is 441 000 repeated 60 times? a. 61 002 x 40 370 501 x 50 462 003 x 800 1 874 002 x 108 20 621 000 x 306 Solve the following math problems. If the factors are 20 710 and 40. 100 and 1000 BEC – PELC I. 100. 31 502 000 d.2. 1. 100 and 1000 Show kindness to other people in times of need . 5. V. 246 000 000 What is 63 004 multiply to 500? a. 17 020 000 d.4 flash cards.D. Multiply 700 to the difference of 2 100 and 355. what is the product? _______ Assignment Find the product. 100 and 1000 Write the product of factors of 5.

b. f. e. a.00. Motivation Show pictures of people of families hit by calamities like typhoon or earthquake. Valuing: How does our government help the people during typhoon or earthquake? How about you. how do you help others during heavy typhoon. c. Developmental Activities 1. how much will be given to the families in Barrio San Agustin? Analyze the problem. 21 846 x 3 = 65 538 52 163 x 40 = 2 086 520 21 846 x 30 = 655 380 52 163 x 400 = 20 865 200 21 846 x 300 = 6 553 800 52 163 x 4 000 = 208 652 000 21 846 x 3 000 = 65 538 000 . The president promised to give each family 12 250. What calamity hit Barrio San Agustin? What did the president promise each family in the barrio? How many families are there in the barrio? What is asked in the problem? What operations will help solve the problem? What is the answer? Show and discuss the solution on the board. and by hundreds up to 1000. fire and the like? 8 x 10 36 x 100 9 x 1000 4 x 1000 16 x 10 11 x 10 25 x 100 35 x 1000 B. Drill Basic multiplication facts using flash cards 2. If there were 100 families in the barrio. Review Have the class count together by tens up to 100.III. d. A. 52 163 x 4 = 208 652 B. Learning Experiences 1. Mental Computation 4 x 10 7 x 10 3. 4. Presentation Barrio San Agustin was hit by typhoon Lucing last October.

What is the product of 21 450 and 50? a. 21 245 x 500 h. 1 270 050 d. 25 998 d. 32 185 x 10 g. Application Solve this problem. 21 632 c. 23 635 x 40 x 30 f. 1 072 400 2.Ask: What pattern did you observe? How do we multiply numbers by multiples of 10? 2. What is 52 183 multiply by 300 times 2? a. 1. a. 24 345 b. 12 832 x 1 000 d. 18 321 x 7 000 3. 31 903 800 60 400 2 000 . then annex to the product as many terminal zeros as there are in the multiplier to get the final product. Group Activities 1) Answer the following. 37 292 4. 32 145 x 500 e. Evaluation Multiply the following. 32 529 e.00. Generalization How do we multiply numbers by multiples of 10? 100? 1 000? Multiply the multiplicand by the non-zero digits of the multiplier. 21 882 b. Miss Lim receives a monthly salary of 10 625. 1 072 500 b. 1 720 005 c. How much can she earn in 10 months? IV. C. 53 421 x 200 i. Fixing Skills/Practice Complete the table X a. 24 683 x 100 c. 38 456 x 3 000 j.

31 903 008 3. Assignment X a. 1. chart. a. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Estimate the product of two factors with 5. What is 319 000 minus the product of 376 120 and 800? ________ 5. 2 475 400 b.or more digits and 2.or more digits and 2to 3. Tell the importance of caring for our environment 2. 2 754 400 c. 53 466 c. 21 345 b. activity cards. 85 432 60 1 200 6 000 Solve the following math problems. 25 364 d. 2 574 400 4.D.to 3digit numbers BEC – PELC I. 2 745 400 d. What is 319 000 minus the product of 376 and 800? Estimating Products I. 2.b. 31 093 800 c. The product of 12 836 and 100 is added to 23 916. ________ V. pictures Love for nature .to 3digit numbers 1.3 Textbooks in math 4 cutouts. Find the estimated product of two factors with 5.or more digits and 2. 51 528 e. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: Estimating the products of two factors with 5. number wheel. Multiply 80 to the sum of 320 and 180.digit numbers Show love for nature Affective: II. What is the product of 2 145 and 50? 3. Multiply 80 to the sum of 32 000 and 180. 31 309 800 d.

They are not sure and did not actually count the number of mangoes in the baskets. Presentation The garden club is selling orchid plants at 12 323.III. 10 000 x 123 x 100 x 100 1 000 000 Hundreds Thousands Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands . About how many mangoes do you think are contained in the baskets? (Pupils are expected to give different numbers. He/she answers as fast as he/she can. What phrase in the problem indicates that what is asked is an estimated product? Let us study how to estimate products.00 a pot to collect funds. If 123 pots were sold. A correct answer gets a candy. Drill Basic Multiplication Facts Game: “Picking Guavas” A pupil picks a guava with a multiplication fact. Review Review rounding off numbers. 12 323 10 000 2. 1. Preparatory Activities 1. Learning Experiences A. Motivation a. Explain that what they give are just estimates of the number of mangoes in the baskets. Round off to the nearest: Tens 213 685 172 294 36 428 69 123 3.) b. Show the picture of three baskets full of mangoes. How much is a pot of orchid plant? b. 2. How many pots were sold? c. B. Developmental Activities 1. about how much money did the club get? a.

21 178 c. The Girl Scouts of Cavite is engaged in rose gardening. 32 182 x 33 h. A nursery sells 34 296 seedlings a day. If each envelope contained 17 plant-a-tree bookmarks. 14 325 b. 1. What do they do to our surroundings? Are they important to us? Why? 2. How many flowers can they gather in 24 days? b. Generalization How do you estimate the product of 2 factors? To estimate the products. Give the estimated total number of trees of 12 towns. An environmentalist distributed gift envelopes to 24 565 school children. 45 682 x 78 f. how many bookmarks were distributed? c. round the factors to the highest/greatest place value then multiply the rounded factors. The Sangley Nursery grows 33 284 santan every month. 3. . 51 321 x 28 j. Ask the children why we need to grow plants. 47 928 x 42 x 43 x 62 x 37 e. 21 456 x 81 g. a. They gather 55 125 roses a day and sell them. a. C. Guided Practice Estimate the product by rounding each factor to the nearest tens. 52 146 x 45 4.How do we estimate products? What do we do first? Valuing: Orchids are beautiful flowers. 34 625 x 63 i. How many santan will it produce in 212 months? Analyze and discuss the answers of each group. A town has an average of 81 989 number of trees. About how many seedlings can be sold in 23 days? 2. Application Solve each problem. 56 683 d. Group Activity Estimate the products.

What is the estimated product? ________ 5. 184 599 x 586 e. Evaluation Estimate the product. a. Estimate the product.IV. 1 500 000 d. a. If we round off 265 463 to the greatest place value is equal to the 300 000 and 371 to 400. 265 463 x 371 Multiplying Mentally without Regrouping I. 1 800 000 c. 572 169 x 39 b.digit numbers with products up to 200 without regrouping Practice speed and accuracy Tell the importance of fruits to our body . 631 236 x 143 d. a. 1 000 000 c. 18 000 000 b. 600 000 000 d. a. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: Multiply mentally 2. 180 000 000 2. 120 000 000 c. 2 000 000 b. Assignment Estimate the product.00 weekly from recycled waste materials. Use the number sentence 48 214 x 34 = n. About how much would they be able to raise in 13 years? ________ V. Barangay San Vicente plans to raise 14 563. 100 000 000 b. 500 000 000 3. Round off 184 599 and 586 to the highest place value and find the estimated product. Estimate the product of 34 231 and 62. 1. 491 641 x 334 c. 1 008 000 d. 1 005 000 4.

Drill Basic multiplication facts using flash cards 2.4 textbook. Preparatory Activities 1. Developmental Activities 1. How much will you pay for 2 kilos? How much is a kilo of mango? What is the cost of 2 kilos? What did you do to solve the problem? Can you solve it without using paper and pencil? 24 x2 12 x4 16 x1 22 x4 11 x7 72 146 x 52 31 654 x 32 46 123 x 81 . flash cards. Learning Content Skill: Reference: Materials: Value: Multiplying mentally 2. Mental Computation 13 x3 3.D. activity cards Health consciousness III. 32 465 12 365 x 28 x 47 4. Presentation a.digit numbers with products up to 200 without regrouping BEC – PELC I. Learning Experiences A.II. Present this word problem A kilo of mango cost 80.00. Motivation Do you like fruits? What is your favorite fruit? What food nutrients do we get from fruits? Which do you prefer to eat chocolate candies or fruits? Why? Why do we have to eat fruits everyday? B. Review Estimate the products.

b. Give the products orally. 42 54 31 x3 x2 x5 c. Copy and complete the table. Factor 14 22 Factor 2 3 Product ? ? 2. Group Activity

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3. Generalization How do you multiply mentally 2- digit numbers by 1- digit number without regrouping? In multiplying mentally, multiply first the ones and then the tens, without using paper and pencil. C. Application Solve mentally. 1. There are four rows of chairs in Miss Luna’s class. If there are 10 chairs in each row, how many chairs are there in all? 2. Rizal Primary School has three sections in Grade 4. Each section has 42 pupils. How many Grade 4 pupils are there in Rizal Primary School? IV. Evaluation Multiplying mentally: 1) 2) 3) 4) 102 multiply by 2 is equal to _____ What is the product of 20 and 10? _____ In number sentence 40 x 5 = n, what is n? What is the product of 20 x 5, multiply by 2?

5) Rizal Primary School has 4 sections for grade 4. Each section has 50 pupils. How many grade 4 are there in Rizal Primary School? Multiply mentally. 23 x 3 = 2 x 50 = V. Assignment A. Multiply mentally. 61 20 x3 x 10 21 x 4 = 21 x 9 = 3 x 62 = 4 x 50 =

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I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Writing numbers in exponential form BEC – PELC I.D.5 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards, activity sheet Cooperation Write numbers in exponential form Express numbers in exponential form Practice cooperation in group activities

Use flash cards in conducting this drill. Select two to three volunteers/pupils to act as contestants. Whoever answers first will be given points until the time limit has been consumed. Example: 25 x2 2. Review Write the missing numbers in the factor tree. a. 6 b. 12 c. 30 36 x4 22 x3 81 x2 18 x5 50 x4

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64 Group 2 a. Look at the numbers in the table. . Given Data Observations a. 4 c. 32 f. How is 2 related to 4 and 4 to 8? 2. Tell something about the illustration. Presentation Group 1 1. What did you observe about the way 2 is written? b. 2 b. Developmental Activities 1.What did you observe about how the numbers are written? B. b. 16 e. 8 d. Write your observations on the chart. How many times is number 2 being written? Exponential Form 1 2 Product 2 2x2 3 2x2x2 4 2x2x2x2 5 2x2x2x2x2 6 Group 3 2x2x2x2x2x2 a. Observe from the first to the sixth number.

Write your observations below.A number raised to the first power is always equal to itself. Analysis and Discussion Ask the pupils the following questions: a. Do they show a pattern? How? b. What happens to 2 when multiplied by another 2? By another 2? b. 3 = 3 9 = 3x3 27 = 3x3x3 81 = 3x3x3x3 243 = 3x3x3x3x3 729 = 3x3x3x3x3x3 Observations: _____________________________________ 2. Exponent 6 = 36 (standard form) = 6 x 6 (product) Base 2 Based on the work of group 4. Compare the following data to those of the power of 2. It is written as 33 Valuing: How did you work with the other members in your group? It is important to cooperate with each other while working on something? Why? . What did you observe about the numbers from 2 up to 64? How about the factors? Illustrations: 2 4 8 16 32 64 What is the relation of the first number to the second number? What happens when you double 2. 51 = 5 .Group 4 a. 62 = 36 – Any number raised to the second power is always multiplied by itself. 3 to the third power is obtained by multiplying 3 by itself three times. 4 and so on? Does it form a pattern? Do you know that any number can also express in exponential form? How are we going to do this? 40 = 1 .Any non-zero number raised to zero power is always 1.

3 x 3 x 3 x 3 c. Write the exponential form. How do you write numbers in exponential form? The exponent tells how many times the base is used as a factor. Application 1. 1) 7 x 7 3) 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 2) 8 x 8 x 8 b. 4 x 4 x 4 d. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 b. Generalization a. e. B three cubed fived cubed five to the seventh power two squared four to the fifth power . What is exponent? b. the second power is also called squared and so on. a. d. 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 e. b. A 3 1) 5 2) 45 3) 22 4) 57 5) 33 a. Write each as a product of equal factors. A non-zero number raised to the zero power is always 1. 74 d. 43 c.3. 85 e. 94 2. 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 IV. Evaluation A. a. c. Write in exponential form. 4 = 2 x 2 = 22 Exponent (tells how many times the base is multiplied by itself) Base (the factor to be multiplied) Factors C. 1) 64 2) 125 4. Match column A with column B. 24 b. Group Activity a. Write the standard form. A number raised to the first power is always itself.

Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. 64 5) 64 = a. 100 b. 28 c. 49 b. chart. Write the standard form. 10 x 10 = ___ 10 x 10 x 10 = ___ 10 x 10 x 10 x10 = ___ .B. 12 b. Drill Find each product.1 Textbook in Math 4 flash cards. a. 75 c. Preparatory Activities 1. 82 b. Assignment Select the letter of the correct answer. 94 c. 99 3) 10 = a. 101 c. Computing the power of a number BEC – PELC I. 102 4) 43 = a. 1.D. 57 2) 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 = a. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. Writing numbers in scientific notation 2. 88 Numbers from Standard Form to Scientific Notation I. 16 c. 1) 35 2) 54 3) 63 V. 1) 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7 = a.6. learning activity sheets Accuracy Write numbers from standard form to scientific notation Compute accurately the power of a number Show accuracy in giving answers Learning Experiences A. 77 b.

Developmental Activities 1. How far is this planet from the sun? do you know what planet this is? It is Mercury. What is the closest planet to the sun? c. 65 Mercury Mercury is 60 000 000 km away from the sun. 34 c. Look at this illustration: 60 000 000 6 x 107 . Sun e. Motivation The teacher shows a picture of solar system and asks the following questions: a. How far is it from the sun? Valuing: How are you going to answer the different exercises? Why? How do you feel if you get a correct answer? B. It is about 60 000 000 kilometres to the sun.b. 1) 1 x 10 = ___ 10 x 10 = ___ 2) 3 x 200 = ___ 30 x 200 = ___ 3) ___ x 40 = 20 x 80 30 x 100 = ___ x 50 2. What is the composition of the solar system? b. Problem: Mercury is the planet closest to the sun. 53 3. 23 b. 42 d. Presentation Introduce the lesson through illustration/drawing. Review Write the standard form for the following: a.

What is the power of 10? exponent 60 000 000 = 6 x 107 7 zeros (shows the number of zeros) Example #2 Standard Form 500 Scientific Notation 5 x 102 Example #3 How many zeros are there? 40 000 Why is it 10 raised to the 4th power? 4 x 104 Example #4 360 Think: 360 is between 300 and 400. = 3. 0. 6 is the first factors. (you have to move the decimal point 2 places to the left so the first factor is more than 1 but less than 10) . So. The second factor is a power of 10. the first factor is number 1 or greater but less than 10. 6.Standard Form In what form is 60 000 000 written? Is it in standard form? How many zeros are there? There are 7 zeros. Scientific Notation Where can we find 6? Is it the 8th digit of the number? Is it a number greater than 1 but less than 10? The scientific notation consists of two factors. 300 = 3 x 102 400 = 4 x 102 Shortcut method: 3.6 x 102 A number greater than or equal to one but less than ten move the decimal point 2 places to the left.

7 000 = 7 x 10 ___ c. 600 c. Application Triad Grouping Write in scientific notation. 250 000 000 = 25 x 10 ___ 2. 500 c. a. 300 6 000 40 000 800 000 700 000 000 Evaluation 1. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) IV. Write in the scientific notation. Generalization How do we write numbers from standard form to scientific notation? Standard numerals are written in scientific notation as a product of 2 factors. 7 400 3. C.2. 6 700 e. a. 240 d. 80 b. 160 000 = 16 x 10 ___ d. 600 = ___ x 102 b. Fill in the missing number. 12 000 000 = ___ x 106 e. 30 b. 31 000 . a. Practice Exercises Dyad Grouping Write in scientific notation. The first factor is greater than or equal to 1 but less than 10 and the second factor is a power of 10.

6 000 b. 80 000 000 d. Preparatory Activities 1.2 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. 3 800 000 3. Using powers of 10 to write numbers in exponential form BEC – PELC I. Review Write the numbers in exponential form. 7 000 000 c. chart. a. Writing numbers in scientific notation 2. Assignment Express in scientific notation. Learning Experiences A. 1) 564 000 2) 3 120 000 3) 6 400 000 000 Numbers in Scientific Notation to Standard Form I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Value: III. It is about 60 000 000 km from the sun.D. learning activity sheets Cooperation Write numbers in scientific notation to standard form Use powers of 10 to write numbers in exponential form Show cooperation in group activities .6. a. 2. 860 000 e.V. How far is Mercury from the sun? 1. Drill Mental computation using multiplication facts. Motivation Mercury is the planet closest to the sun.

What did we do with the number? B.31 x 106 7 3 1 0000000 7 310 000 000 . 6 x 107 What is the exponent? Based on previous lesson. Presentation 60 000 000 is in what form of the number? 6 x 107.b. 2 000 12 000 1. 2. Move the decimal point 4 places to the right.1 x 106 3. what is this form? How did we express the numbers? Suppose.2 x 104 = 1. 1 00000 3 100 000 7. we do it this way: 6 x 107 60 000 000 How did I write the given number? Do you know how to do it? 2. 1.Scientific Notation How about this? . Show the changing of exponential form to standard form. Present this number.Standard form 60 000 000 60 000 000 Pupils’ Activity: Dyad Example: 4 x 10 7 40 000 000 7 x 10 6 7 000 000 b. What did we study yesterday? c. Group Activity a. Developmental Activities 1. The exponent is 4. Give other examples for dyad activity 3. What happened to the number when the decimal point is moved to the right using the exponent? 3. 6 x 107 What is this form? . the exponent shows the number of zeros 60 000 000 has.

8. Match column A with column B. C. 60 000 3 3) 6 x 10 c.81 x 103 IV. Evaluation 1. Generalization How do we write numbers in scientific notation to standard form? To change scientific notation to standard numerals. a. Application Write in standard numerals.11 x 107 . 8 x 102 b. 3 x 103 4 x 106 6 x 108 6. Practice Exercises Write in standard form (group activity). 6 000 000 5) 6 x 106 e. move the decimal point to the right of the decimal point adding zeros after the last non-zero digit depending on the exponent to make it a whole number. 600 000 2. e.49 x 108 e. d.1 x 102 c. 6. c.3 x 106 a. 2. b. A B 2 1) 6 x 10 a. 3.2 x 105 2. 600 5 4) 6 x 10 d.16 x 105 d. 8 x 104 9 x 102 1. Write in standard form.1 x 103 9. 4.3. 6 000 4 2) 6 x 10 b.

7.1 Textbooks in Math 4 flash cards. Solving Problems Involving Multiplication I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.V. Preparatory Activities 1. learning activity sheet Industry Solve word problems involving multiplication of whole numbers including money Follow correctly the steps in solving word problems Realize the importance of backyard gardening for the family . chart. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. Basic multiplication facts using window cards. Examples: 40 x 9 = ___ 50 x 30 = ___ 20 x 700 = ___ 600 x 8 = ___ 400 x 30 = ___ 20 x 90 = ___ 500 x 8 = ___ 60 x 20 = ___ Solving word problems involving multiplication of whole numbers including money BEC – PELC I. Assignment Write in standard form. 1) 3 x 103 2) 4 x 104 3) 9. Learning Experiences A. Drill a. Solve for the product of factors with multiples of 10 and 100.5 x 108 km from the sun.D. b.3 x 106 4) 12 x 103 5) The earth is about 1.

3. f. a. b. c. b. Group the pupils. Each group is given an activity sheet with a problem written on it. Review What are the steps in solving a problem? a. c. They will solve the problems using the steps in problem solving. What is asked? What are given? What operations are to be used? Write the number sentence. The group who finishes ahead of the others is declared the winner. Do the operation. Let us use the following guide in solving word problems. Motivation How many of you have gardens at home? What are planted in your garden? Are they in rows? How do farmers plant seedlings in a farm? Valuing: Is it important to have gardens at home? Why? B. Developmental Activities 1.2. Group Activity Remind the pupils of the importance of analyzing the problems first before solving for the answer. Presentation An orchard contains 8 rows of trees. If there are 10 trees in a row. e. . b. Have a game on rearranging the steps in analyzing word problems that are written on strips of cartolina. g. d. What is the answer? Check if your answer makes sense? 2. the pupils must always think of the steps in solving a word problem. a. how many trees are there? The teacher specifies that to solve a word problem.

There are 1 648 shoppers who go to Mabuhay Department Store everyday. How much do 25 baskets of lanzones cost? c.Activity 1 Supply the missing information below. Practice Exercises The teacher gives problems and lets the pupils solve for the answer by following the steps. c. Mang Julio’s jeepney uses 175 litres of gasoline in a week. b. a. What is the answer? 3. e. What is the answer? Activity 2 Illustrate the problem. b. What is asked? What are given? What operations are to be used? Write the number sentence. How many litres of gasoline can it consume in 15 weeks? b. d. e. c. a. There are 953 names listed in each guest book of the National Museum. How many names are listed in 52 guest books? 4.00. Activity 3 Write the given data and solve for the answer. What is asked? What are given? What operations are to be used? Write the number sentence. a. Generalization What are the steps in solving word problems? . d. A basket of lanzones costs 1 285. How many shoppers go to the store in 59 days? d.

She can sell 12 dozens of roses a day. How much money does one earn in selling 4 280 empty bottles? 4. how much does a bag of lanzones costs? 3. Mrs. 1. Each pack cost them 19.2 Textbooks in Math 4 Solve 2.00. Assignment Solve. how much will her mother spend for pork? V. 1. Application Read and solve on your paper. How much did they spend for cornstarch? IV. Jose earned 48. the school nurse examined 48 pupils per day. If each kilo costs 200. Each bag contains 20 kg of lanzones.step word problems involving multiplication and either addition or subtraction Write the solution to the problem accurately Work cooperatively with the group . If each kilo costs 120. Empty bottles are brought at 8. If each kilogram of lanzones costs 120.step word problems involving multiplication and either addition or subtraction BEC – PELC I. Her mother bought 10 kilos of pork.00 a day. It was Lara’s 7th birthday. Aling Rosa sells flowers. How much did he earn in one week? 5. Alissa and her classmates used 5 packs of cornstarch for their maja blanca recipe. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.00. How many pupils did she examine in 5 days? 2. Her mother bought 15 kilos of pork.C. It was Joan’s 10th birthday. Evaluation Solve the following problems.00.7. Learning Content Skill: References: Solving 2. Norma saved 128. How much was her daily earnings? 2. Dizon. How many roses can she sell in two weeks? 2.00.D.00 each bottle. 1.00 from her daily allowance for 22 days. how much will her mother spend for pork? Solving 2-Step Word Problems I.

what are you going to do? If I will let you work in groups. if you are to solve the problem. a. Drill Write the numeral mentioned in the blank provided. what are you going to do? Why? . To climb the top of the statue. Preparatory Activities 1. The smallest number in the story is _______. flash cards. b. 2. The tip of the torch is three hundred five (______) feet above the ground. chart. Presentation Children. There were 12 stamps on each page. Developmental Activities 1. Review Ask the pupils about the different steps in solving word problems. Problem: Marie had 153 pages in her stamp album. Learning Experiences textbook. She gave 63 stamps to her friend. 3. Story: The statue of Liberty is one hundred fifty-one (_____) feet tall. Motivation Do you know what a mailman is? What is his work? What do you notice on the mail envelope? Is this important? Why? Here is the problem about stamps.Materials: Value: III. d. The numbers in the story that are greater 200 are ____ and ____. Let us find what it is all about. The numbers in the story that are less than 186 are ____ and ____. c. learning activity sheet Cooperation A. It is made with over three hundred (______) thin sheets of copper. The largest number in the story is ______. there are one hundred sixty-eight (_______) steps. How many stamps were left with her? B.

chalk. Report their answer. What are the operations to be used? d. Materials: manila paper. How will you do the operations? f. Group 2 Solving the problem (Computation) Materials: chalk. Write the number sentence? e. What is asked? c. Group 4 Solve the problem by answering the guide questions. They should indicate the given data. marker pen The group is to give the answer to the problem by illustrating it through pictures. What is the answer? 2. Materials: magazines. Do you know the number of stamps? What do you think you will do? e. Group 3 Picture illustrations about the problem. pieces of art paper The pupils are to present the problem by acting it out. Did she give all her stamps? How many stamps were given? d. Who collects stamps? b. a.Activities – Discovery Approach Group 1 Acting out the problems. a. Analysis/Abstraction Teacher will use the data presented by the pupil. One member will act as Marie and others will help in answering the problem using improvised album and stamps. mini-boards The group is allowed to have a direct computation based on their understanding about the problem. Is the final answer correct? Why? 3. mini board. Practice Exercises – Dyad . The group should come out with only one common answer. crayons. What did she do with her stamps? c. What are given? b.

Each child read 7 books. 3 boxes of chocolate candies at 25.00 each. Pacita bought 6 kilograms of rice at 24. Rey bought 3 boxes of apples.Solve the problems carefully.00 each and 90 pieces of ampalaya for 5. a. e. 1. b. Generalization How do you solve 2. d.00 enough? .00 per box.00 per person for one hour of tutorial class. How many books were read by them? 4. Each box contained 321 apples. The teacher pays 35. She was able to sell 6 make-up kits at 95. Evaluation Solve and give the correct answer. Read Understand Plan Solve Look back to check the answer C. How much was her sales for the lipsticks? 5. How much does she earn for a 12-hour tutorial class with one pupil? 4. The products she sold were make-up kits and lipsticks. He gave 480 apples to his brothers and sisters. How many paper plates were left? b. How much should be her change if she gave 500. 4 bags of potato chips at 14.00 each. Each box contains 36 plates.00 a kilogram and 4 bars of laundry soap at 19. He used 73 paper plates for the birthday party of his son. Rica sold 785. she sold 65 pieces of papaya for 10. How many were left with Rey? 2. Marie and Peping bought the following goods for their picnic: two cakes at 15. 1. There were 27 children who went to the library in the morning and 16 children in the afternoon. How much did he pay for the goods? Is 150.step word problems involving multiplication and addition/subtraction? In solving 2. Letty bought 15 kilos of rice at 25. follow the following steps: a. How much was her total sales last week? 2.00 each. How much did she pay in all? IV.00? 3.step word problems involving multiplication and addition/subtraction.00 per kilo.00 worth of beauty products. c. Naty has a vegetable garden. Many had 3 boxes of paper plates. A pre-school teacher charges 125. Application Solve and give the correct answer. Last week.00 per hour for the rental of her place.00 each.00 each.

Digit Numbers without Remainder I.1 window cards. Preparatory Activities 1. Each pillowcase costs 25. Learning Experiences A. 1.00 each. A group of balikbayan rented 3 cottages at 1 275. Jubal packed 12 pillowcases in a box.or more digit numbers by 3-digit numbers without remainder BEC – PELC I.V. Assignment Solve the following word problems and label your answers. How much did the group pay for the cottages and the extra beds? Dividing Numbers by 3. Example: 707 ÷ 7 = 303 ÷ 3 = 101 101 24 ÷ 4 36 ÷ 6 18 ÷6 35 ÷ 7 21 ÷ 3 15 ÷ 3 28 ÷ 7 Dividing 5. How much would 3 boxes of pillowcase cost? 2.00. butterfly cutouts Helpfulness and cooperation Divide 5.E. Drill Game – Catching the Butterflies (butterfly cutout from a garden of flowers and answer the combination at the back) Each pupil will get one butterfly cutout 20 ÷ 5 10 ÷ 2 42 ÷ 6 2. Learning Content Skill: References: Materials: Value: III. They also rented 2 extra beds at 475.00 each. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II.1. Review “Mix and Match” Teacher prepares several pairs of number sentences.or more digit numbers by 3-digit numbers without remainder Solve problems with ease and accuracy Practice helpfulness and cooperation .

How many tomatoes did he gather? What did he do to the tomatoes? How many bags were used? b. how many bags did Ruben use? Valuing: What kind of a boy is Ruben? Are you like Ruben? Are you also helpful at home? What do you do to help? B. Motivation A while ago. c. “mix” and pupils will mix around with their classmates. Teacher announces. If he gathered 671 875 tomatoes and placed 215 in each bag. The pupils present their work and have them explain how they arrived at the answer. Presentation a. Showing the illustration divisor 215 /671 875 (number used to divide) dividend (number to be divided) 1) What are you going to do? 2) What is the number that you are going to divide? . “pair” and the pupils will find a partner to match their cards. Answer the following. Where do butterflies stay? Why is it that they love to stay in the garden? What do we find in this place? Present the lesson through this problem: Ruben helped his father in gathering tomatoes in their vegetable farm. we used cutouts of butterflies. Developmental Activities 1.6006 ÷ 6 = 1269 ÷ 9 = 9660 ÷ 3 = 1001 141 3220 Pupils will get one card each. Teacher calls. 3.

645 268 . 266 299 ÷ 473 c. Solve individually.215 537 . Francisco subdivided his coconut farm in Cavite whose area is 37 800 square metres.e. 52 216 ÷ 122 b. How many square metres will each family get? 3. It will be used as a resettlement area for 120 landless families in a squatters area in Metro Manila. How many 215s are there in 671? Use: 215 (trial and error) x 4 860 Or repeated addition 215 + 215 430 + 215 645 1) Which is the correct answer? 3 or 4? Why? 2) Where did I write 3? Why? 3) What do you call 3? 4) What will you do to 3 and 215? 5) How about 671 and 645? 6) How do we know if the answer is correct? 7) Follow the same questions until the time the answer is given The long method 3 125 215 / 671 875 . Mr.430 1075 . 162 ÷ 213 2.1075 0 f. Practice Exercises Solve: “Quad Group” a. Generalization How will you divide numbers without remainder? .

167 072 ÷ 368 = 2. Repeat steps a – d to the last digit of the dividend. 76 622 ÷ 421 2. 188 020 divided by the sum of 345 and 250 = ___ V. If you divide 66 248 by 292. Divide the number formed by the first three digits of the dividend from the highest place by the divisor. b. Application Find the quotient. 237 744 ÷ 312 = c. 240 118 ÷ 422 = e. What number will you get if you divide 91 372 by 431? 2. If the first three digits of the dividend is less than the divisor use the first 4 digits of the dividend. d. Bring down the next digit. 1. Read and solve. Multiply the partial quotient by the divisor then write the answer below the first digits used in the dividend. what quotient will you get? 3. c. How many chairs did each receive? IV. 223 136 divided by 608 equals ___ 4. Assignment Find the quotient. C. A furniture factory delivered 42 875 chairs to 175 schools. 57 024 ÷ 132 3. 39 751 ÷ 127 = b. 1) 213 906 ÷ 926 2) 663 552 ÷ 864 3) 554 552 ÷ 673 . Divide the following: a. Each school got an equal number of chairs. e.In dividing 5 digit numbers by 3-digit numbers: a. 50 924 ÷ 116 = d. Subtract the partial product from the first partial dividend. Evaluation 1. 1.

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