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As students delve deeper into their investigations with decimals, this task highlights that the placement of the numbers can be more important than the value of the digits. Just as students use place value drawings in the lower grades to familiarize themselves with ones, tens, and hundreds, fifth graders can gain develop understanding of the decimal places through this task.

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02/26/2019
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This lesson is from Tools for NC Teachers. In this lesson, students will play a game to generate and compare multi-digit numbers. Students will justify and explain their number comparisons based on their place value understanding. It is remixable.

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07/14/2019
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In this lesson, students solve problems involving animal weights by subtracting and comparing multi-digit whole numbers.

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07/14/2019
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This task is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. Students evaluate two multiplication expressions and compare the products. This is
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07/11/2019
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In this lesson, students compare sets and make equal sets. The lesson should be facilitated at the beginning of a unit on comparing sets once students have been exposed to comparison vocabulary (more, less, greater, fewer).

Lesson may be repeated with amounts closer in range, making it trickier to compare (i.e., 8 & 10).

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07/07/2019
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Prior to this lesson students should have had experiences comparing sets of objects.

The goal of this lesson is to bridge standards CC.6 and MD.2 by comparing sets using measurement concepts and vocabulary.

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