# Place Value (Up to 9,999)

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## Place Value (Up to Thousands) - An Interactive Math Lesson

This interactive math practice lesson is all about place value! Students will practice place value up to the thousands. Using 'drag-and-drop' T charts, multiple choice questions, and numbers in written in word form, students will answer questions such as, 'What is the value of the underlined digit?', 'What number is shown?', and 'Drag each number to match the place value in the chart.'

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## Level

This math practice lesson is classified as Level B. It may be appropriate for a second grade class or a third grade class.

## Common Core Standard

2.NBT.3
Number and Operations in Base Ten

Students will gain an understanding of place value. Students will read and write numbers up to one thousand using base-ten numerals, expanded form, and number names.

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