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Grade 4 Lesson Plan: Applying Place Value to Decimal Numbers within 100

Objective: Students will be able to apply place value concepts to decimal numbers within 100, specifically using Canadian dollar and cents using decimal notation.

Materials: - Canadian dollar bills and coins - Whiteboard or chart paper - Markers - Decimal place value chart - Video resources - Worksheet resources

Warm-up (5 minutes): 1. Begin the lesson by reviewing place value concepts with the students. Remind them of the value of each place (ones, tens, hundreds) and how to read and write numbers in standard and expanded form.

Introduction (10 minutes): 1. Introduce the concept of decimal numbers within 100. Explain that decimal numbers include a decimal point and represent parts of a whole. 2. Show examples of decimal numbers using Canadian dollar and cents, such as $1.25 or $0.75. Discuss how the decimal point separates the dollars from the cents.

Activity 1: Place Value Chart (15 minutes): 1. Distribute the decimal place value chart to each student. 2. Explain that they will be working in pairs to complete the chart using Canadian dollar and cents examples. 3. Provide a few examples and guide the students in filling out the chart together. 4. Allow students to work in pairs to complete the remaining examples on the chart. 5. Review the completed chart as a class, discussing any questions or misconceptions.

Activity 2: Counting Money (20 minutes): 1. Divide the students into small groups. 2. Distribute Canadian dollar bills and coins to each group. 3. Instruct the groups to count the total value of the money they have been given. 4. Encourage them to use their knowledge of place value to determine the total amount accurately. 5. Have each group share their total value with the class, and discuss any differences or errors.

Video Resource: “Place Value Decimal Song” by Math Songs by NUMBEROCK (3 minutes) - Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D9lo9Z9gM4

Activity 3: Worksheet Practice (15 minutes): 1. Provide each student with a worksheet that includes various decimal numbers within 100. 2. Instruct the students to write the decimal numbers in expanded form and identify the value of each digit. 3. Circulate the classroom to provide assistance and address any questions. 4. Review the answers as a class, discussing any common mistakes or misconceptions.

Worksheet Resource: “Decimal Place Value” by Education.com - Link: https://www.education.com/download/worksheet/105682/decimal-place-value.pdf

Conclusion (5 minutes): 1. Recap the main concepts covered in the lesson, emphasizing the application of place value to decimal numbers within 100 using Canadian dollar and cents. 2. Allow students to ask any remaining questions or share their thoughts on the lesson. 3. Provide positive feedback and encourage further practice with decimal numbers.

Note: Adapt the lesson plan as needed to suit the specific needs and resources available in your classroom.