Lesson Plan of Numbers up to 100,000
Subject Mathematics
Grade III
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 6digit 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
Introduction
 Ask the students what is the smallest 4digit number. (1000)
 What is the greatest 4digit 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 1digit number, we get smallest 2digit number, i.e.
 By adding “1” in the greatest 2digit number, we get the smallest 3digit number, i.e.
 By adding “1” in the greatest 3digit number, we get the smallest 4digit number, i.e.
 By adding “1” in the greatest 5digit number, we get the smallest 5digit number, i.e.
 By adding “1” in the greatest 5digit number, we get the smallest 6digit number, i.e.
 How will we read this number?
 Hundred Thousand = 100,000
 Today we will learn more about “hundred thousand”.
Development
Activity 1
 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.
Activity 2
 Write any 5digit 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 5digit 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 5digit number from left side and move towards right side.
 Now ask the students to read this 5digit number.
 Repeat the same activity for 6digit 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.
Activity 3
 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 6digit number has the following place value chart.
Assessment
 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.

Follow up
 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.