# Place Value Resource Pack - 5.NBT.1 - Digital

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Teach your students how to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.  This standard can be confusing, but not anymore!  This comprehensive digital resource pack provides everything you need to teach 5th Grade Place Value.

There are mini-lessons for both whole numbers and decimals.  I recommend using the whole number version in the first few weeks of school.  It’s a great review of the 4th grade standard and will get them familiar with the concept before adding in decimals.  You can use the mini-lesson on decimal place value at the beginning of your decimals unit.

The best part about the digital version of this resource is that there are interactive place value charts within the activities.

This resource is complete, concise, and straightforward with a clear format.  It is low-prep, easy to assign to a sub, and contains engaging activities using Google Slides and Google Forms.  If your students are struggling with place value, specifically understanding the relationship between one place value and another, this resource is for you!

Standards:  5.NBT.1, 4.NBT.1

This resource is also part of my 5th Grade Math Year-Long Curriculum Bundle.

How Can You Use This

Introduce each skill with the detailed set of notes and sample problems in Google Slides.  I suggest doing this in a whole group setting and pulling the slides up on a Smartboard if you’re in person or share the screen online if you’re teaching virtually.

Gradually release students to practice independently using the practice slides.  Check for understanding and mastery after teaching each skill using the exit tickets.

When all skills have been taught, assess with the final quiz when you feel students are ready.

## What You Get

The Mini-Lessons Included:

• Place Value (Whole Numbers)
• Place Value (Decimal Numbers)

What You’ll Get in EACH Mini-lesson:

• Detailed Notes (2 Versions) (Google Slides):
• using x1/10 when moving L to R on the place value chart
• using ÷10 when moving L to R on the place value chart