Lesson Plan of Numbers up to 100,000
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Read and write given numbers up to 100,000 (hundred thousands) in numerals and words.
Information for Teachers
- 100,000 is read as hundred thousand.
- 100,000 is a 6-digit number.
- In the place value chart as we move to the left each number is multiplied by “10”.
- We put comma (,) after every digits, for example 100,000.
- While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook where and when applicable.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/ marker, duster, textbook, place value chart
- Ask the students what is the smallest 4-digit number. (1000)
- What is the greatest 4-digit number? (9999)
- Display a chart in front of the students having the following pattern on it.
- Ask the students what kind of pattern is it?
- Explain to the students that by adding “1” in the greatest 1-digit number, we get smallest 2-digit number, i.e.
- By adding “1” in the greatest 2-digit number, we get the smallest 3-digit number, i.e.
- By adding “1” in the greatest 3-digit number, we get the smallest 4-digit number, i.e.
- By adding “1” in the greatest 5-digit number, we get the smallest 5-digit number, i.e.
- By adding “1” in the greatest 5-digit number, we get the smallest 6-digit number, i.e.
- How will we read this number?
- Hundred Thousand = 100,000
- Today we will learn more about “hundred thousand”.
- Make a place value chart of hundred thousand on the board.
- Ask the students to observe the chart carefully.
- Explain them that as we keep moving to the left hand side in the place value chart, number of zeros are increased.
- The last number in the place value chart is hundred thousand (100,000)
- Tell the students that in hundred thousand there are five zeros.
- Tell them that we put comma after every three digits.
- Write any 5-digit number on the board, for example:
- Ask the students how would we read it?
- Tell them that to read this, we make its place value chart.
- Ask the students: to make a place value chart for a 5-digit number, how many columns are needed?
- After taking their response draw five columns on the board.
- Ask what will we write in the first column on right side? (Ones)
- Similarly ask them one by one and write tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands in the remaining columns.
- Tell the students that we start writing any 5-digit number from left side and move towards right side.
- Now ask the students to read this 5-digit number.
- Repeat the same activity for 6-digit number (thirty two hundred thousand seven hundred and fifty nine).
- At the end ask the students to put the following numbers in place value chart.
- Make the following worksheet and distribute among the students or write on the board and ask the students to copy in their notebooks and fill the boxes.
Sum up / Conclusion
- 100,000 is read as one hundred thousand.
- We put comma (,) after every three digits.
- A 6-digit number has the following place value chart.
- Write the following numbers on the board and ask the students to write in words,
- Ask the students to write the following in numerals.
- One hundred ninety three thousand seven hundred fourteen.
- Six hundred fifteen thousand one hundred ten.
- Ask the students:
- Can you tell that how many zeros are there in five lacks?
- Construct a place value chart for one lack.
- Ask the students to solve the questions given in the textbook.