Are you ready to practice place value? Try out this interactive math lesson from 'I Know It'! This online math game features place value practice up to the thousands. Students may be given a number in written form and asked to choose the correct number the words represent. Students may be given a set of place value blocks and asked to identify the number the place value blocks represent. They may also be given a number and asked to break down which number is in the thousands place, hundreds place, tens place, and ones place.
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We hope our online math lessons will help your students gain confidence in their math skills, including place value up to the thousands. Give this lesson a try, and browse through our extensive collection of other math topics!!
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Students will log in to a kid-friendly display screen, complete with large, colorful icons, and an easy-to-navigate format. The homepage displays 'My Assignments' – it prompts children to check the assignments their teacher has given them, and also explore lessons at their assigned grade level (these will appear as 'Level A' or 'Level B' instead of Grade 1 or Grade 2), as well as explore lessons at different grade levels.
This online math lesson is categorized as a Level C lesson. It may be ideal for second or third grade students.
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Students will gain an understanding of place value. They will also learn how to read and write numbers in the thousands using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.
Comparing Numbers to 999 (Level B)
In this second grade-level math lesson, students will determine which number is greater than, less than, or equal to, using numbers up to 999. They will answer math questions, like 'Drag and drop the symbol that makes the number sentence true' and 'Which number sentence is true?'
Place Value (Up to Hundred Thousands) (Level C)
Students will practice place value up to hundred thousands in this online math lesson. For example, students will answer questions like: 'Fill in the missing number to complete the number sentence' and 'What is the total value of the disks?'