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Interactive Notebook

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5.NBT.2

BY BLAIR TURNER

DIRECTIONS:

I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flapbook 1. Cut out the definition page and paste it into your notebook. Do not cut it. 2. Cut out the vocabulary flapbook and glue it along the side tab. 3. Cut apart the flaps AFT ER gluing the side tab. 4. Illustrate each term. You may also choose to supply your own definitions.

DIRECTIONS: Power Up Flapbook 1. Cut out the flapbook around the perimeter and glue along the side tab (the exponent tab). 2. Snip apart the flaps along the horizontal dotted lines. 3. FOLD each flap along the vertical dotted line. 4. Complete each flap.

© Blair Turner 2013

DIRECTIONS: Powers of 10 Comic Book 1. Cut out pages from the comic book. 2. Glue them together along the side tabs. 3. Glue the book into your notebook. 4. In the empty bubbles on each page, write dialogue to explain what is shown on the page.

DIRECTIONS: Power Patterns Flapbook

1. Cut out the flapbook around the perimeter and glue along the middle tab. 2. Snip apart the flaps. Complete each flap. 3. Under each flap, describe the pattern you observe. © Blair Turner 2013

DIRECTIONS: Pop-Up Place Value Slider SEE DETAILED DIRECT IONS LOCAT ED WIT HIN PACKET. The slider can be used to help with any multiplication/division problems, including those in the spinner game.

DIRECTIONS:

Powers of 10 Spinner Game 1. Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. 3. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. 4. Store the number cards in the pockets. 5. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

© Blair Turner 2013

5.NBT.2

I can explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. I can use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.

5.NBT.2 Vocabulary

Base Number

Exponent

Powers of 10 © Blair Turner 2013

VOCABULARY DEFINIT IONS DIRECT IONS: Cut out the definition page and paste it into your notebook. Do not cut it. Cut out the vocabulary flapbook and glue it along the side tab. Cut apart the flaps. Illustrate It:

a number that is going to be multiplied

Illustrate It:

a number that tells how many times to multiply the base number

Illustrate It:

the number of times 10 is multiplied by itself

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POWER UP FLABBOOK DIRECT IONS: Cut out the flapbook around the perimeter and glue along the side tab (the exponent tab). Snip apart the flaps along the horizontal dotted lines. FOLD each flap along the vertical dotted line. Complete each flap.

POWER UP! Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

Exponent

Expression

Product

2

10

3

10

4

10

5

10

6

10

7

10

8

10

© Blair Turner 2013

POWERS OF 10 COMIC BOOK DIRECT IONS: Cut out pages from the comic book. Glue them together along the side tabs. Glue the book into your notebook. In the empty bubbles on each page, write dialogue to explain what is shown on the page.

the

powers

of

TEN

10 3

10

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POWERS OF 10 COMIC BOOK DIRECT IONS: Cut out pages from the comic book. Glue them together along the side tabs. Glue the book into your notebook. In the empty bubbles on each page, write dialogue to explain what is shown on the page.

3

10 = 10 x 10 x 10 = 1,000 4

6 x 10 = ?

2

1.4 ÷ 10 = ?

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POWER PAT T ERNS FLAPBOOK: Cut out the flapbook around the perimeter and glue along the middle tab. Snip apart the flaps. Complete each flap. Under each flap, describe the pattern you observe.

Multiplying Whole Numbers by Powers of 10

8 x 10 = 2

8 x 10 = 3

8 x 10 = 4

8 x 10 = 5

8 x 10 =

Dividing Whole Numbers by Powers of 10

12 ÷ 10 = 2

12 ÷ 10 = 3

12 ÷ 10 = 4

12 ÷ 10 = 5

12 ÷ 10 =

Under each flap, describe the pattern you observe. Multiplying Decimals by Powers of 10

9.04 x 10 =

9.04 x 102 = 3

9.04 x 10 = 4

9.04 x 10 = 5

9.04 x 10 =

Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10

6.3 ÷ 10 = 2

6.3 ÷ 10 = 3

6.3 ÷ 10 = 4

6.3 ÷ 10 = 5

6.3 ÷ 10 = © Blair Turner 2013

Cut out this small rectangle

, Cut out this small rectangle

. Cut out this small rectangle

thousandths

hundredths

tenths

ones

tens

hundreds

thousands

ten thousands

Glue this section down.

Fold here. Match up the dotted lines.

Glue this section down.

hundred thousands

POP-UP PLACE VALUE SLIDER VIEWER PAGE 1: See Page 3 for directions.

Fold here. Match up the dotted lines.

© Blair Turner 2013

POP-UP PLACE VALUE SLIDER PAGE 2: See Page 3 for directions.

© Blair Turner 2013

POP-UP PLACE VALUE SLIDER DIRECT IONS 1. Fold in half along the center line.

2. Fold the outside flaps inward along the dotted lines. 3. Push the dotted lines together so that the center section pops up. 4. Glue down the outside sections. 5. Cut out the rectangles in the middle.

6. Cut out the digit sliders. 7. Slide the digit sliders into the center pop-up section. 8. To multiply or divide, move the digit sliders to the left or right. Fill in zeros as needed.

© Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 1 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

10

0 1

2-Digit numbers

3

5

up!

10

10

6

2

1 0 4

p o w e r

3-Digit numbers

4-Digit numbers

© Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 2 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

Decimals: tenths

Decimals: hundredths

Decimals: thousandths

power up! multiply power up! divide power up! directions 1. Draw a number card to find the first factor. 2. Spin the “Power Up” spinner. 3. Using the number on the card and the power of 10 the spinner lands on, create a multiplication equation and a division equation. 4. Record your equations on in your number under each heading.

© Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 3 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

45

29

56

83

94

78

61

37

72

98

67

55 © Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 4 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

320

431

582

917

643

389

276

458

244

827

765

606 © Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 5 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

1,243

1,596

2,057

2,928

3,229

4,546

5,809

6,237

7,228

2,912

8,003

9,123 © Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 6 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

7.4

5.6

2.9

4.2

31.5

68.8

23.4

17.1

632.3

124.9

257.6

334.7 © Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 7 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

3.45

9.06

4.13

6.72

42.28

76.08

15.14

81.55

283.39 508.41 129.07 724.82 © Blair Turner 2013

MULT IPLY AND DIVIDE BY POWERS OF T EN SPINNER GAME PAGE 8 DIRECT IONS: Cut out the spinner, pockets, headings, and directions from pages 1 and 2. Glue the pockets in your notebook around the side and bottom edges. Cut out the number cards on pages 3-8. Store the number cards in the pockets. To play, follow the directions on page 2.

6.013

4.981

5.365

7.427

16.682

32.504

24.061

53.464

105.098

620.172

200.817

493.001 © Blair Turner 2013

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