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Dividing by Powers of Ten (D)
In this math learning exercise, students are given 26 numbers which they must divide by 10 to the 3rd power. All the numbers end in 000, so the problems are very easy once they understand the procedure.
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Dividing Whole Numbers by the Power of Ten
Knowing how to properly place the decimal point when dividing by powers of ten is an important skill. Here is a lesson plan which should give your learners a good understanding of this technique. One nice thing about the lesson plan is...
5th Math CCSS: Designed
Understanding Long Division: Whole Numbers
Smoothly transition your class into using the long division algorithm with this hands-on math lesson. Working in pairs, young mathematicians practice using base ten blocks or play money to model division by single-digit divisors....
2nd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Multiplying by Multiples of Positive Powers of Ten (Single-digit Facts)
In this positive powers of ten instructional activity, students multiply one-digit numbers times powers of ten ranging from three to 70,000. This two-page instructional activity contains approximately 50 problems, with answers.
5th - 7th Math
Developing the Concept: Exponents and Powers of Ten
Here is an exponents lesson which invites learners to examine visual examples of multiplication and division using powers of 10. They also practice solving problems that their instructors model. If you are new to teaching these skills,...
5th - 7th Math CCSS: Adaptable