**WALT:**

**Place value**

**WILF:**

The words you will use:

__All of us will__know the value of a digit to 99__Most of us will__know the value of digit to 999__Some of us will__know the value of a digit to 9999The words you will use:

**Partition, value, digit, whole number**

**TIB:**

**We need to know the value of numbers.**

**Focus Question:**

Estimate how many pop sticks are in the box?

Groups of 4.

Count your pop sticks.

You can change your groups guess whenever you need to.

What ways did your group try to count your pop sticks?

Count your pop sticks.

You can change your groups guess whenever you need to.

What ways did your group try to count your pop sticks?

**Think Pair Share:**

What is place value?

Why is it important?

How does it make number make sense?

**Revise:**

On mini whiteboard.

Make these using pop sticks:

- 137

- 108

In partners on whiteboards:

Write down a number.

Underline a digit

Swap with your partner so they can write down the value.

Write down a number.

Underline a digit

Swap with your partner so they can write down the value.

**Partitioning:**

When working with numbers, especially larger numbers, it can be very helpful to break the number down into smaller parts.

Breaking a number down using place value can help us to see each smaller part that the larger number is made from.

__Mini whiteboards.____Write a number on your board__

**In partners -**

Swap with your partner

They partition your number

**Place Value Game**

Label your whiteboard with your place value columns.

Roll dice place digit on board.

Who rolled the bigger number?

Think Pair Share:

Look at the numbers, what pattern do you see?

Look at the numbers, what pattern do you see?