Are your fifth grade students ready to put their advanced place value skills to the test? Try out this interactive place value game with your class to practice comparing numbers to 9,999,999. As your fifth grade students work through this interactive math lesson from iKnowIt.com, they will focus on the following math skills:
Questions in this fifth grade place value lesson are presented in multiple-choice format and drag-and-drop format.
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This interactive math lesson is classified as Level E. It may be ideal for a fifth-grade class.
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Students will generalize their understanding of place value for multi-digit whole numbers. Students will read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Students will compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, <, and = symbols to record the results of comparisons.
Place Value (Hundred Millions) (Level E)
In this fifth grade-level math lesson, students will practice place value up to the hundred millions. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format, drag-and-drop format, and multiple-choice format.
Comparing Decimals to Thousandths (Level E)
In this math lesson geared toward fifth grade, students will practice comparing decimals to thousandths. Questions are presented in drag-and-drop format and multiple-choice format.