# 3rd Grade - Count Up To 10,000

 Grade Level: 3rd Skill: Numbers Topic: Count up to 10,000 Goal: Count, read, and write whole numbers to 10,000. Skill Description: Number Sense: Counting to 10,000 The ability to use whole numbers to count up to 10,000, whether reading, writing or stating the numbers aloud.

### Sample Problems

 (1) What is a whole number? (positive integer) What is a digit? (a number 1-9 or 0) (2) How do your write the numbers 0-10? How do you write and say numbers up to 10,000? (3) When do you start again with a new ten, hundred or thousand? (when you reach 9 and want to move to the number 10) (4) How is the comma placed in a number? (commas are placed three numbers over when moving from right to left) (5) How can objects be used to help us count? (manipulatives/counters help us see numbers visually)

### Online Resources

 (1) (2) (3)

### Extra Help Problems

 (1) Unscramble by writing these numbers in order, from smallest to largest: 456, 764, 980, 342, 345, 435 = (342, 345, 435, 456, 764, 980) (2) Unscramble by writing these numbers in order, from smallest to largest: 9, 99999, 9999, 99, 999. Place commas where required. (99, 999, 9,999, 99,999) (3) Add one to each of these numbers and then place in order, from lowest to highest. Place commas as required: 9, 99999, 9999, 99, 999. Place commas where required. (10; 100, 1,000; 10,000; 100,000. (4) Unscramble by writing these numbers in order, from smallest to largest and place commas correctly: 9792, 1039, 1079, 1974, 1144, 6492, 4029, 93821, 92. (92; 1,039; 1,079; 1,144; 1,974; 4,029, 6,492, 9,382; 9,792) (5) Unscramble by writing these numbers in order, from smallest to largest and place commas correctly: 104, 1040, 1, 10, 1004, 401 (1, 10, 104, 1,004, 1,040) (6) Fill in the missing blank: Two-thousand four hundred six is 2,_0_. (2,406) Four thousand and four: 4, ___04 (4,004) One-hundred and eight: ___08 (108) Five-thousand, eighty-two 5, 0 ___two (5,082) Nine-thousand and nine 9,___ ___9 (9,009) (7) Write these numbers in numerical form, placing commas as needed: Two-thousand four hundred six (2,406) One-hundred and two (102) One-thousand, eighty (1, 080) Nine-thousand and one (9,001) One-hundred fifty-five (155) Six-thousand, four (6,004) One-thousand, seven (1,007) One-hundred and nine (109) Six-thousand, one-hundred and four (6,104) Five-thousand and fourteen (5,014) (8) If a penguin ate 2,000 fish on Monday, 3,000 fish on Tuesday, and 4,000 fish on Wednesday. On what day would he eat more than 10,000 fish for the week? (Thursday) How many fish do you think he ate on Thursday? (5,000) (9) Write 458 in words. (four hundred fifty eight) (10) If 9,000 people attend a concert, how many more would need to come to make a 10,000 person party? (1,000) (11) What number comes after 999? (1,000) (12) What number comes next to complete this pattern? 555, 556, 557, ____. (558) (13) Fill in the missing number: 989, 988, 987, _____, 985. (986) (14) The school had 105 students that each got a pencil to use for writing a contest. The next day, three more students enrolled in the school writing contest. Count up to find out how many pencils the teachers have to give out all together. (108) (15) Write 10,000 in words. (ten thousand) (16) How many zeros are in the number ten thousand? (4) (17) If a dog wags his tail 955 times, what number will the next wag be? (18) Read the numbers 8,675 and 8,765. Write them in words. (eight thousand, six hundred seventy five and eight thousand seven hundred sixty five) (19) Write the numbers from 1,126-1,137 on your paper. (1,126, 1,127, 1,128, 1,129, 1,130, 1,131, 1,132, 1,133, 1,134, 1,135, 1,136, 1,137) (20) Say the number nine thousand six hundred aloud. Write it down in standard form. (9,600) (21) Write the five numbers that come after 8,976. (8,977, 8,978. 8,979. 8,980, 8,981) (22) Write ten thousand eight hundred sixty in numeral form. (10,860) (23) Write 9,045 in written form. (nine thousand forty five) (24) Write a number sentence for the following: A giant walked forward 80 paces and then backwards for 30 paces. How many paces forward did he walk in the end? (80-30=50) (25) An ogre walked 100 paces around each of his four gardens. How many paces did he walk? (100 x 4 = 400 or 100 + 100+ 100 + 100 = 400)