Place Values: Ones, Tens, Hundreds Detailed Description

## Unit Overview

 UNIT Description/Content 1 Place Values: Ones, Tens, Hundreds Visual, step-by-step, interactive presentation of the place value concept for numbers through hundreds.
• Place Values: Ones, Tens, Hundreds Unit is subdivided into two 15-20 minute Learning Sessions (LS): Tens and Ones and Hundreds.
• Each Learning Session is made up of an interactive game plus a worksheet to help students organize and pace their learning, and also allows parents and teacher to keep track and evaluate their progress.

## Learning Session Overview

 LS Description/Objective Interactive Game Worksheets 1 Tens and Ones Learn number patterns for two-digit numbers, and what the meaning of each digit in a two-digit number is. Tens and Ones Lesson starts with grouping objects into tens and ones, and showing how the groups translate into place values and numbers. Each example is presented in a step-by-step manner, and the meaning of each digit is thoroughly explained and visualised. Practice exercises will help students to reinforce and review the learning objectives presented in the lesson. Tens and Ones Review worksheets with problems of the type: What number is in the ones (tens) place of these numbers? Write numbers in expanded and standard form. Write the number that represents the objects in the picture. 2 Hundreds Learn number patterns for three-digit numbers, and what the meaning of each digit in a three-digit number is. Hundreds Lesson starts with grouping objects into hundreds,tens and ones, and showing how the groups translate into place values and numbers. Each example is presented in a step-by-step manner, and the meaning of each digit is thoroughly explained and visualised. Practice exercises will help students to reinforce and review the learning objectives presented in the lesson. Hundreds Review worksheets with problems of the type: What number is in the ones (tens, hundreds) place of these numbers? Write numbers in expanded and standard form. Write the number that represents the objects in the picture.

At the completion of the course, students will be able to read and write two- and three-digit numbers in standard and expanded form, and understand the concept of place values.

The following recommendations provide guidelines for students wishing to gain the most benefit from their study using the program:

• Continuity is important.  The course is designed to be self-paced and self-guiding, so you may be working on one lesson session for several days or complete two lesson sessions in one day. It is important to work continuously and regularly in order to develop good learning habits that will stay with them throughout their education.
• Be flexible. It is recommended that a student should work on the course for 15-30 minutes a day.  However, there is a lot of flexibility in how you can use that time. You can choose to just do the interactive game during one session, and tackle the worksheets the next day, or combine both activities in each session until the designated lesson session is completed.
• Do not skip worksheets! All lesson sessions consists of an interactive program and a printable worksheet. It is very important to complement the interactive programs with the worksheets. They have been designed as a valuable learning reinforcement to further help students improve their reading and writing skills.