# Comparing Larger Whole Numbers

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Our Comparing Larger Whole Numbers Lesson Plan builds number sense as students explore how to compare whole numbers using place value up to the millions.  Ample practice with place values charts to compare numbers will solidify the concepts, as well as opportunities for peer learning as students check the work of their partner.  Engage analytical skills by inquiring if any number can be compared, no matter how large.

## Comparing Larger Whole Numbers Lesson Plan Includes:

• Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
• Instructional Content Pages about Comparing Larger Whole Numbers.
• Hands-on homework activities giving students practice on comparing whole numbers.
• Common Core State Standards

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### Description

Our Comparing Larger Whole Numbers Lesson Plan builds number sense as students explore how to compare whole numbers using place value up to the millions.  Ample practice with place values charts to compare numbers will solidify the concepts, as well as opportunities for peer learning as students check the work of their partner.  Engage analytical skills by inquiring if any number can be compared, no matter how large.

Sample Classroom Procedure / Teacher Instruction

1. Begin by counting together as a group from one to ten. Talk to students about the differences between numbers, some numbers are large and some are small. Introduce the concept of comparing large numbers and that it can be more difficult than comparing smaller numbers, but tell students that they will learn a way to make comparing large numbers easy.
2. While reading the content pages, review place value and explain how using place value helps mathematicians compare very large numbers.
3. Introduce the notes on comparing large whole numbers. Have students practice using the place value chart to compare numbers.
4. Distribute Activity page to students. Explain the rules and how the activity will work. Model an example so students know how to write their answers.
5. Distribute Practice page. Check and review the students’ responses. Have students check their work with a partner.
6. Distribute the Homework page.
7. In closing, ask students if they think we can compare any number, no matter how large.
8. Allow for responses and any questions

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.A.4, None for Grade 3, CCSS.Math.Content.4.NBT.A.2

Class Sessions (45 minutes): 1 class

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