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Using our Read Write to 1000 Lesson Plan, students will be able to read and write numerical values from 0 to 1000 in word, numeral, and expanded form.  With ample demonstration, resources and group activity, students understand variable placement in equations, as well as how to determine the number of digits given numbers and the significance of varying digits.

## Read Write to 1000 Lesson Plan Includes:

• Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
• Hands on homework activities giving students the ability to read and write numerical values from 0 to 1000 in word, numeral, etc.
• Common Core State Standards

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Using our Read Write to 1000 Lesson Plan, students will be able to read and write numerical values from 0 to 1000 in word, numeral, and expanded form.  With ample demonstration, resources and group activity, students understand variable placement in equations, as well as how to determine the number of digits given numbers and the significance of varying digits.

Sample Classroom Procedure / Teacher Instruction

1. Begin by explaining to students that.
2. While reading the content pages, reinforce how to solve equations and give students additional examples of equations in order to help them practice. Use the additional resources to enhance understanding.
3. Introduce the notes on word problems and equations. Have students practice problems so that they become comfortable with understanding where to place the variable when writing an equation. Use the additional resources to enhance understanding.
4. Distribute Practice page. Have students work on the problems individually or with a partner. Check and review the students’ responses as a class.
5. Follow Activity page with students. Have students use their mat to demonstrate various numbers given orally or written on the board. Check for student comprehension by looking at their activity mat.
6. Distribute the Homework page.
7. In closing, ask students to tell you how many digits are in certain numbers like 42 or 673 and then ask why there are different quantities of digits.
8. Allow for responses and discussion.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.A.1 CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.A.3 None for Grade 3

Class Sessions (45 minutes): 1 class