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CHAPTER 2: NUMERATION
Lesson 8: Communicate about Ordering Numbers
Use these interactive activities to encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about numeration. Students can try these activities on their own or in pairs.
Explain how to order a set of numbers in a complete, clear, and organized way.
Student Book pages 58–59
Instructions for Use
Place Numbers in Descending or Ascending Order allows students to order a set of numbers.
To start Place Numbers in Descending or Ascending Order, scroll down to Math, click on the “Order” link, and then click on the “Numbers less than 10,000” button. You can then select whether you want to order number from least to greatest or from greatest to least.
To use Place Numbers in Descending or Ascending Order, click on the numbers one at a time in the correct order to create your answer, then click on the “Next” button to check your answer.
Comparing Numbers allows students to order a set of numbers on a number line.
To start Comparing Numbers, click on the “Comparing Numbers” link, and the click on the Game tab and follow the instructions.
To use Comparing Numbers, drag the numbers into the correct spot on the number line, and then click on the “Check” button to check your work.