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Introducing the Concept: Exponents and Powers of TenLesson Planet
5th - 6th
Fifth and sixth graders gain information about the powers of ten and exponents. They participate in a teacher demonstration of how using the powers of ten helps learn the place value chart. Pupils create their own place value chart.
Place Value and Powers of Ten - Reteach 10.1Lesson Planet
4th - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
A chart displaying the power of 10, standard form of the number, fractional form, and the place value is the tool that you can use to review place value with your clas.s Beneath the chart are seven numbers for pupils to rewrite either in...
Dividing Whole Numbers by the Power of TenLesson Planet
5th CCSS: Designed
Knowing how to properly place the decimal point when dividing by powers of ten is an important skill. Here is a lesson which should give your learners a good understanding of this technique. One nice thing about the lesson is the many...
Developing the Concept: Exponents and Powers of TenLesson Planet
5th - 7th CCSS: Adaptable
Here is an exponents lesson which invites learners to examine visual examples of multiplication and division using powers of 10. They also practice solving problems that their instructors model. If you are new to teaching these skills,...
Dividing by Multiples of Positive Powers of Ten (D): Single-Digit FactsLesson Planet
5th - 7th
Used as a review activity or as a math drill, this worksheet can help learners to further practice dividing by powers of ten. Students are given 10 numbers that they are to divide by given multiples in the format x, x0, x00, x000,...
Noodling Around: Powers of TenLesson Planet
K - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
How many noodles long is your classroom? Find out when engineers of all ages explore measurement through the use of pool noodles. With the noodles pre-cut to certain metric lengths, the activities could be used to introduce the metric...
Multiplying by Multiples of Positive Powers of Ten (Single-digit Facts)Lesson Planet
5th - 7th
In this positive powers of ten instructional activity, students multiply one-digit numbers times powers of ten ranging from three to 70,000. This two-page instructional activity contains approximately 50 problems, with answers.