# Reading and Write Numerals Up to One Million in Words and Figures Primary 5 (Basic 5) Mathematics ASEI PDSI METHOD

### MATHEMATICS

SMASE – ASEI PDSI METHOD

FIRST TERM

WEEK 1

PRIMARY 5

### TOPIC:

READING AND WRITING NUMBERS UP TO ONE MILLION IN WORDS

COUNTING IN THOUSANDS AND MILLIONS

QUANTITATIVE REASONINGS

LEARNING AREA

Lesson One – Reading and Writing Numbers Up to One Million in Words

Lesson Two – Reading and Writing Words Up to One Million in Figures

Lesson Three – Counting in Thousands and Millions

Lesson Four – Revision

Lesson Five – Weekly Assessment

### LEARNING OUTCOME

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1. reading and write numerals up to one million in word form and figures.

2. count up to thousands and millions.

### RATIONALE

Numbers play an important role in our daily activities. Almost all the things we do involve numbers and calculations. Since we are born, our life resolves in numbers.

For examples, our date of birth, today’s date, house’s number, mobile number, buying and selling are in number, time spent at work or in school are also in number, etc.

Knowing how to reading and write numerals as words and figures is very important and professional. The practice of writing amounts in numerals and words in business receipts and bank cheques is to help to avoid confusion with respect to the amount paid.

In this lesson, the pupils will be able to count in thousands and millions, read and write numerals in words and figures.

### LEARNING MATERIALS

The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of:

Abacus

Countable objects

Number chart

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

At this class, the pupils are accountable for the number books and other materials given by their parents, the feeding money and transport fares, the time spent in school and other place. They can read and write numerals up to one thousand.

REFERENCE MATERIALS

9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum

Lagos State Scheme of work

New Method Mathematics Book

All Relevant Materials

Online Materials

### ASEI PDSI LESSON NOTES

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 1 – Reading and Writing Numbers Up to One Million in Words

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 2 – Reading and Writing Words Up to One Million in Figures docx

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 3 – Counting of Numerals in Thousands and Millions docx

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 4 – REVISION

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 5 – WEEKLY ASSESSMENT

### Attempt all the questions

Write in words.

1. 6 _______

2. 66 ____________________________

3. 666 ____________________________

4. 6 666 _____________________________________________________

5. 66 666 _____________________________________________________

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6. 666 666 ____________________________________________________

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7. 6 666 666 __________________________________________________

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Write in figures.

8. Six _____________________

9. Seventy six __________________________________________________

10. Eight hundreds and seventy six.

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11. Nine thousands, eight hundred and seventy six.

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12. Ninety nine thousands, eight hundred and seventy six.

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13. Nine hundreds and ninety nine thousands, eight hundred and seventy six.

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14. Nine millions, nine hundreds and ninety nine thousands, eight hundred and seventy six.

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Complete the following by writing down the missing numbers.

15. _______, 2 012, 2 024, 2 048, _______, ________, ________.

16. 111 055, 112 055, ________, ________, 115 055, ________, ________, 118 055.

17. ________, ________, 5 125 150, 5 125 200, 5 1225 250, ________, ________.