# Interactive Math Lesson for Third Grade

## Job Posting Details

## Job # 3438 Interactive Math Lesson for Third Grade

- Posted Date
- May 2, 2007 @ 01:44
- Respond By
- May 5, 2007
- Word Count
- 0

- Language
- English
- Gender
- Female
- Age Range
- -
- Category
- Videogames

### Job Description

Looking for a clear, child-friendly voice. This will be made available as online educational content for home and/or classrooms.

Each enumerated sentence will need to be saved as a separate MP3 file, as should each word listed below the sentences.

Sentences:

1. Follow along as each block is counted.

2. Let's start counting.

3. Good, now let's count more blocks.

4. Time to count all of these blocks.

5. But, wait a moment...

6. This looks like a lot of counting!

7. Let's take this step by step.

8. First, we already counted the red blocks, so we'll put them off to the side in one group of ten.

9. Let's continue by making more groups of ten as we count. We'll make as many as we can.

10a. We have *________* (pause)...

10b. ... blocks.

11. Now look at our groups..

12a. We have *________*(pause)

12b. ... groups of ten.

13. And we have one group of *____________* (pause).

14a. One group of *________* (pause)...

14b. ... is also the same as having *_______*(pause).

14c. ...groups of one.

14d. ...group of one.

15a. So we have *________*(pause)...

15b. .... groups of ten and...

16a. How do we write number *_______* (pause)?

16b. We use a *______*(pause)...

16c. This is called the standard form.

17. We have to use a two-digit number to write *______*(pause).

18a. Look at where the *_______*(pause)...

18b. and *______*(pause)..

18c. ..are placed.

19. Each digit of a number has a place value.

20a. The *________*(pause)...

20b. ....is in the tens place.

21. The tens place shows us how many groups of ten there are.

22a. The *______*(pause)...

22b.... is in the ones place.

23. The ones place shows us how many groups of one there are.

*________*

24. Let's figure out how to write the number for this many blocks.

25a. There are *_______* .......

25b. ...groups of ten, so the number in tens place is a *__________*.

26c. ... groups of one, so the number in the ones place is a *_______*.

27. How many groups of ten are there?

28a. The number *_________*...

28b. .. is in the tens place, so there are *______* ...

29. How many groups of one are there?

30a. *_________* is in the ones place.

30b. So, there is *_____*

Words:

1. one

2. two

3. three

4. four

5. five

6. six

7. seven

8. eight

9. nine

10. ten

11. twenty

12. thirty

13. forty

14. fifty

15. sixty

16. seventy

17. eighty

18. ninety

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