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- Common Core Standard 4.NBT.A.2 www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/4/NBT/A/2/ Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.

1) How do I read base 10 numbers in Minecraft?

2) What strategies can you use to make comparing numbers easy?

NOTE: The Level Hub is located at 2 6 208 to get there type /tp @a 2 6 208

**Level 1 Dropper and Reading Base 10 Numbers **

Students can enter the world has a whole group, small groups, or individually, so pick the one that works best for your class. Once the students are in the world they will encounter Mark Bigglesworth Game Show Host who will ask them if they want to start the dropper or watch the tutorial on how to read base 10 number is Minecraft. After they survive the dropper they will find 4 Minecraft math models of base 10 numbers. NOTE: If students are finding the dropper too difficult you can use the /tp @a 24 6 -34 command to teleport everyone to the next area). Students will read these numbers, document three Minecraft math models with pictures, and answer the problem in the NPC.

Students will take notes on the video and in game math models in their math notebooks.

**Level 2 Zombie Battles and Number Comparison **

In level 2 Mark Bigglesworth will give you a choice to enter the world or watch the video on number comparisons using > = < symbols. Students will enter level 2 with an iron sword and chestplate along with eight zombies each. Fight off the Zombies, solve and document the Minecraft math models.

Students will take notes on the video and in game math models in their math notebooks.

**Bonus **

Students who finish early will have a choice of 2 bonus activities.

1) Co-Teaching: If a student has mastered the idea on how to read and build a math model pair them up with a student who is still struggling and have them build and practice the math models in their own world.

2) Make a Video: Build and explain the your own math model to Mark Bigglesworth

**Depth of Knowledge **

4) Based on explanations from the students notebooks, pictures, and videos, the student was able to do all of the following.

1) Make a video or successfully teach another student how to read and compare numbers in base 10

2) Correctly document more than 4 photos.

3) Read, write, and compare base 10 numbers using the > = < symbols.

4) A NBT2 score that is 6 or higher

3) Based on explanations from the students notebooks, pictures, and videos, the student was able to do all of the following.

1) Correctly document more than 2 photos.

2) Read, write, and compare base 10 numbers using the > = < symbols.

3) A NBT2 score that is 3 or higher

2) Based on explanations from the students notebooks, pictures, and videos, the student was able to do all of the following.

1) Correctly document more than 2 photos.

2) Read, write, and compare base 10 numbers using the > = < symbols.

3) A positive score on NBT2

1) Based on explanations from the students notebooks, pictures, and videos, the student was able to correctly document 1 photo.

- Creativity
- Critical Thinking

Download the world and open with Minecraft: Education Edition.

Associated Engage NY module and lesson.