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It's time to practice place value! Try out this math game all about place value up to hundred thousands! Students will become more confident in their place value skills when they answer math questions like these: 'Two hundred five thousand, six hundred one – which of the following numbers matches the words?', 'What is the total value of the place value blocks?' and 'What is the value of the underlined digit?'

I Know It was designed to be a math practice website geared toward elementary-aged students. What sets I Know It apart is its kid-friendly design, bright and colorful graphics, and whimsical animated characters. Teachers enjoy the quality educational content in every math lesson, while students enjoy the 'math game' feel they get from the fun animated characters dancing around the screen each time they answer a question correctly.

I Know It online math lessons include several key features that propel students toward online learning success. There is a progress-tracker in the upper-left corner of the screen that allows students to see how many questions they've answered so far. There is also a score-tracker on the screen that allows students to see how many questions they've gotten correct. A 'hint' button is available (if the teacher chooses to allow it). If students click the 'hint' button, they will be shown a written or pictorial clue to help them get started. If students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation box will pop up to show them, step by step, how they can answer the question correctly.

All I Know It math lessons include a read-aloud feature, which is ideal for ESL/ELL students and for students who excel at auditory learning. Students simply click the speaker icon in the top-left corner of the screen, and the math problem will be read to them in a clear voice.

It is our hope that our interactive math lessons will give your students more confidence in their ability to solve math problems, including place value up to hundred thousands. Try out this math lesson, and browse our large collection of other math topics!

We offer a free 30-day trial of I Know It so your students can try out this place value to hundred thousands math lesson. Students can practice for free, but they will be limited to twenty-five questions total per day for all the math games they try on I Know It. To have unlimited access to I Know It, you will need to purchase a membership.

As a member of I Know It, you will have a special teacher account from which you can manage your students' usage of I Know It. Here are some handy features of your I Know It membership: you can create a class roster, assign individual student logins, assign individual students specific lessons, track student scores and progress reports, and change lesson settings (including turning off the animated character, or limiting the lesson hints).

When a child signs in to I Know It with his or her unique student login, he or she will be greeted by a kid-friendly, easy-to-navigate homepage. Students can choose from 'My Assignments' to view the math lessons their teacher has assigned them to work on. They also have the ability to explore lessons at their assigned grade level (discretely labeled as 'Level A' or 'Level B' instead of Grade 1 or Grade 2), or lessons at different grade levels.

This interactive math practice lesson is categorized as a Level D lesson. It may be ideal for third or fourth grade students.

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Number and Operations in Base Ten

Students will perform multi-digit addition using their understanding of place value and properties of operations. Students will also use their understanding of place value to round whole numbers to the nearest ten or one hundred.

Comparing Numbers to 99,999 (Level C)

In this third grade-level math lesson, students will compare numbers that have up to five digits. They will decide if a number is less than, greater than, or equal to another number. They will answer 'drag-and-drop' questions, multiple choice questions, and more.

Place Value (Up to Millions) (Level D)

Students will have the opportunity to practice place value up to millions in this interactive math game. Students will answer questions like 'Fill in the missing number to complete the number sentence' and 'Choose the number that is represented by the words'.