students will be able to determine the value of a digit based on its placement in a number and its relationship to the other digits within the number. (Know one digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right/
When reading a multi-digit number, students need to realize the different digits have different values based on their location on the place value chart. The 7 in 700 is not the same as the 7 in 570. A very difficult concept for students to grasp is the idea that each place value spot is ten times greater than the spot to its right due to our base-ten numeral system.
Example: In the number 8,832 the 8 in 8,000 is 10 times greater than the 8 in 800.
Independent Practice for 9/19/2019
Videos on the topic
Click on the image to go to a web-based game that allows you to test your understanding of place value relationships.