Placevalue Goal Sheet PP 2.25

No. 1

Goal I can model numbers up to 1000 using MAB blocks. For example: = =

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6,7

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2.75

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Evidence / Comments

1505

I can show that a number such as 468 is made up of 4 hundreds, 6 tens and 8 ones. To show this I can use extended notation. (400 + 60 + 8 = 468) I can convert ‘base 10’ problems using my knowledge of place value and through using concrete materials such as MAB blocks. For example: 5 tens + 16 ones = 66. Or 5 longs plus 16 minis = 6 longs and 6 minis. I can identify the ‘place value’ of any number in a 4 digit number. For example: The bolded number’s value in the number 5766 = 7 hundred or 700 I can explain the value of ‘tenths’ in relation to whole numbers. For example: I understand that $4.27 = 427c and I can convert 561c into $5.61. I can round money up or down to the nearest dollar, using consistent strategies. For example: $7.57 is rounded to $8.00 because$0.57is greater than $0.50. I can interpret the value of numbers to 1000, including decimal numbers to tenths. For example: I know that in the number 821.6, the underlined number represents 6 tenths. I can interpret the value of numbers greater than 1000 and order them appropriately. For example: I can order 2199, 2219, 2221, 2229 from smallest to largest. I can convert complex ‘base 10’ problems using my knowledge of place value and through using concrete materials such as MAB blocks. For example: 5 thousands + 16 hundreds = 6600 Or 5 1000’s plus 16 flats = 6 1000’s and 6 flats. I can interpret the value of numbers up to 99,999, including decimal numbers to hundredths. For example: I know that in the number 811.84, the underlined number represents 4 hundredths or in the number 27,599.12 the underlined number represents 20 thousand.

Immy Sharp, Paris Stone, Jake Fry, Bailey Lemaistre, Coby Mcphee. Lilia Proud Seth Peterson, Immy Sharp

Immy Sharp Seth Peterson Immy Sharp, Paris Stone, Bailey Lemaistre, Seth Peterson, Coby Mcphee,Catherine Connell, Lillia Proud,Felix Drayton, Mikayla Ford, Briget Smith. Maddi Bartlett, Skye Voss.

Brigett Smith, Noah Mujica, Mikayla Ford, Skye Voss, Seth Peterson, Ella Armstrong, Lilia Proud, Immy Sharp, Paris Stone,

Bailey Lamaistre. Brigett Smith, Noah Mujica, Mikayla Ford, Skye Voss, Seth Peterson, Ella Armstrong, Lilia Proud, Immy Sharp, Paris Stone, Catherine Connell, Gemma Bell, Coby Mcphee, Felix Drayton, Blake Jonston, Maddi Bartlett, JaseFrankin, Ruby Catlin. I can interpret the value of tenths and hundredths and work with these Seth Peterson, RoseEvans, Skye Voss,. appropriately. For example: If Joe measured 1.72m and Rachel measured 1.56m, then Joeis 0.16m taller than Rachel.

Date Started / Completed

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I can order numbers that contain decimals appropriately. For example: I can order numbers like 0.123, 0.121, 0.119and 0.100 from largest to smallest. I can skip count forwards and backwards from a range of starting points by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s and 100s.

RoseEvans, Felix Drayton, Blake Johnston, Coby Mcphee, Gemma Bell, JakeFRy RoseEvans, Brigett Smith, Maddi Bartlett, Noah Mujica, Ruby Catlin, Paris Stone, Lilia Proud, Ella Armstrong, Jake Fry I can use my knowledge of ‘place value’ to explain what has happened in a given JakeFry, RoseEvans, Ruby Catlin, Skye Voss, number pattern. For example: I know that in the pattern 43, 40, 37, 34.... 3 has been Coby Mcphee, Mikayla Ford,Blake JOHNSTON, subtracted from each number in the sequence. Seth Peterson I can round numbers up and down to the nearest unit, ten , hundred or thousand Ruby Catlin, Skye Voss, Brigett Smith. and explain the method I used to do this. For example: If I was rounding to the nearest ten, 365 would be rounded to 370 because the 5 units cause the number to be rounded up. I can round numbers up and down to the nearest unit, ten, hundred or thousand Seth Peterson, Skye Voss, Mikayla Ford and explain the method I used to do this. For example: If I was rounding to the nearest hundred, 365 would be rounded to 400 because65 is greater than 50 in this case. I can round numbers up and down to the nearest unit, ten, hundred or thousand Skye Voss, Ella Armstrong, Paris Stone and explain the method I used to do this. For example: If I was rounding to the nearest thousand, 3652 would be rounded to 4000 because 625 is greater than 500 in this case. I can use estimation to find the approximate answer to problems and use this skill Brigett Smith, Mikayla Ford, RoseEvans Coby to determine whether an answer is unreasonable or not. For example: In the Mcphee, Felix Drayton, Paris Stone, Immy problem 5 x 23 = 102, I know that 5 x 20 is 100 so as a result, I know that 102 is an Sharp,JaseFrankin, Bailey Lamaistre,JakeFrY unreasonable answer to this problem. I understand the ‘value’ and can work with numbers that contain numbers up to Blake JOHNSTON,Felix Drayton, Mikayla tens of thousands and numbers with decimal value to thousandths. For example: Ford, RoseEvans In the number 31.582, the 0.002 represents thousandths or in the number 25,955, the 2 represents 20,000. I can represent whole numbers and decimal numbers appropriately. For example: Blake JOHNSTON,Felix Drayton 2kg + 457g = 2.457kg I can order positive and negative numbers and interpret number lines accurately. Blake JOHNSTON,Felix Drayton For example: I know that -4 is less than -1. I understand the ‘value’ and can work with numbers that contain numbers up to Blake JOHNSTON millions and numbers with decimal value to thousandths. For example: I can use an abacusto represent a large number. I understand the ‘value’ and can work with numbers that contain numbers up to Blake JOHNSTON millions and numbers with decimal value to thousandths. For example: I can put beads on an abacusthat represents a number like 1,362,889. I can show that a number such as 468,123is made up of 4 hundreds of thousands, 6 Blake JOHNSTON

tens of thousands and 8 thousands, 1 hundred, 2 tens and 3 ones. To show this I can use extended notation. (400 000+60000+8000+100+20+3= 468,123) 4.00 28 I can correctly space numbers or use a comma to organise numbers larger than 1000. For example: the number 268,211 contains a comma between the thousands and hundreds column. Similarly, the number 2,472,211 contains 2 commas, one after the millions and one after the thousands column. 4.00 29 I know what a Prime number is and I know how to check if a number is Prime or not. 4.00 29 I know what a Composite number is and I know how to check for Multiples of this number. 4.00 30 I know what a Square number is and I know how to calculate Square roots. I can also use a calculator to find Squares. 4.25 31 I can plot fractions or decimal numbers along a number line accurately. For example: 0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 1 4.25 32 I can show a counting pattern using a mixture of fractions and whole numbers or decimals. For example: 0.8, 1.20, `1.60, 2.00 4.25 33,34 I can convert between fractions, decimals and percentages accurately. For example: 47/100 = 0.47 = 47%I can explain and demonstrate how to do this. 4.50 35 I can calculate the Square root of a given number using a number line to assist me. For example; âˆš49 = 7 Extension Test - Place Value 4.50 36 I can describe and complete number patterns and sets, based on simple criteria. For example: 243, 81, 27, _?_ 4.50 37 I can calculate the square root of a rational number that is a perfect square. For example: âˆš16/81 = 4/9 4.50 38 I can recognise ratios as a set and subset. I can also compare these sets. For example: Tina has three $2 coins and five $5 notes. The ratio of coins to notes is 3:5. 4.50 39 I can use my knowledge of perfect squares to calculate or estimate the square root for problems such as âˆš60. 4.50 40 I can represent rational numbers in fraction and decimal forms. For example: 2:3 is written as 0.6 recurring. 4.5 41 I can perform a range of complex computations using multiple operations. Sometimes I will have to use 2,4 or 4 steps to arrive at the answer. Up to 42 I can order fractions, decimals, ratios and percentages as appropriate. For 5.00 example, 2/3, 75%,0.9 is ordered from smallest to largest. Up to 43 I can perform complex computations involving fractions, proportions, percentages 5.00 and ratios. Thesemay be in the form of a number story for example.