# Lesson 1: Numbers to 10,000 Review

## Day 3

### Activity 5: Playing With Big Numbers

Your child will complete the "Playing With Big Numbers" sheets.

• Draw 1: Who won? Jack; What winning number did this player make? 9,943
• Draw 2: Who won? Jack; What winning number did this player make? 1,239
(Your child may interpret that the players could use the strategy of putting 0 in the thousands place, in which case the winner would be Jill with the winning number of 238.)
• Draw 3: Who won? Jill
What winning number did this player make? 9,907
• Draw 4: Who won? Jack; What winning number did this player make? 1,776
(Your child may interpret that the players could use the strategy of putting 0 in the thousands place, in which case the winner would be Samantha with the winning number of 258.)
• Think About It! In the last game, which player made the number closest to 5,000? Paul
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### Activity 6: Basic Skills Review

Materials: Interactive Notebook
Over the course of this year's units, your child will complete several "Basic Skills Reviews" sheets. The number of these reviews will vary per unit based on the length of each unit. The purpose of these reviews is to keep fundamental math skills that your child should have already mastered — such as basic computation, telling time, and counting money — fresh in his mind so that he doesn't lose them over time. As your child learns new skills this year, these skills will also be incorporated into the reviews. If needed, allow him to use manipulatives, but encourage him to try to find the answers without them first. If your child struggles with specific items on the reviews, you may want to look back to previous units and lessons and provide time for him to revisit activities or replay games. He can also refer to his Interactive Notebook for review of previous material, but encourage him to complete the reviews sheets from memory and by using what he knows as he's able.
Your child will complete the "Basic Skills Review #1" sheet. Give him scratch paper to use as needed. If your child would benefit from a review of fractions, time, perimeter, and area, he can refer to the "Fraction Review," "Time Review" and "Perimeter and Area Review" sheets. These sheets can be stored in his Interactive Notebook for future reference as needed.