# Lesson 7 Numbers Within 100,000

Let’s read, write, and represent multi-digit numbers.

## Warm-up Choral Count: By 1,000

Count by 1,000, starting at 3,400.

Stop counting and recording at 23,400.

## Activity 1 Count and Write Numbers

## Problem 1

Record each count in the given spaces. The first number has been recorded for you.

Count by 1,000

5,000,, , , ,

Count by 100

9,500, , , , ,

Count by 10

9,950, , , , ,

Count by 1

9,995, , , , ,

## Problem 2

Complete each statement:

Ten-thousand is 1 more than .

Ten-thousand is 1,000 more than .

Ten-thousand is 10 more than .

Ten-thousand is 100 more than .

## Activity 2 Many Thousands

## Problem 1

Complete the table to show how many thousands are in each number. In the last row, write your own five-digit number.

With your partner, name each number in words. (Leave the last column blank for now.)

In the top (header) row of the last column, write “number of ten-thousands.” Complete the table to show how many ten-thousands are in each number.

number | number of thousands | name in words | |
---|---|---|---|

10,000 | ten thousand | ||

20,000 | |||

90,000 | |||

11,000 | |||

27,000 | |||

98,000 | |||

## Problem 2

Here are four numbers:

20,500

51,300

82,050

5,970

Which number has a 5 in the thousands place?

Which number has a 5 in the ten-thousands place?

## Practice Problem

## Problem 1

Count by 10,000 starting at 6,500 and stopping at 66,500. Record each number:

Pick two numbers from your list and write their names in words.