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Challenge your fifth-grade students to expand their multiplication and division skills with this interactive math activity from iKnowIt.com! Students will practice multiplying and dividing whole numbers by powers of 10 in this online math lesson. Questions in the math lesson are presented in multiple-choice format, drag-and-drop format, and fill-in-the-blank format, giving children a variety of opportunities to practice advanced multiplication and division skills.

Here are a few examples of the math questions your students may be asked in this interactive math lesson: "Find the quotient: 998,000 divided by 10 to the third power," "Find the quotient: 8,070 divided by 10 to the first power," and "Find the product: 45,487 multiplied by 10 to the first power." If students need a little extra help solving a math problem, they can click on the "Hint" button. They will be given a helpful clue like this one: "Ten to the first power equals ten. To multiply a whole number by ten, add one zero to the end of the number." When students answer a problem incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them the correct answer with an easy-to-understand explanation, allowing them to learn from mistakes as they progress through the math activity.

his fifth-grade online math game is equipped with several handy features that help children make the most out of their math practice session. A speaker icon in the upper-left corner of the practice screen indicates the read-aloud feature. Students can click this button to have the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. This is a great resource for ESL/ELL students and children who prefer auditory learning. A progress-tracker in the upper-right corner of the practice screen shows students how many questions they have answered out of the total number of questions in the math lesson. A score-tracker beneath that lets students know how many points they have earned for correct solutions. Each feature of our I Know It math lessons is designed with your students' success in mind!

Elementary educators, homeschool parents, and school administrators love what the I Know It online math program offers to their elementary students: a fun, interactive math practice experience that helps children build math skills and confidence! Teachers appreciate the wide variety of math topics we cover across dozens of interactive math lessons in kindergarten through fifth grade. Every math practice activity in our collection has been written by elementary math teachers just like you to meet at least one Common Core Standard. Math lessons are arranged on our website by grade level and topic, making it easy for you to find and assign math lessons in just a few clicks!

Students, too, love using the I Know It interactive math program to sharpen their math skills! Our kid-friendly math lessons feature adorable, animated characters waiting to cheer students on in their math practice. Plenty of positive feedback messages encourage students to "Keep at it!" even when they make mistakes. Plus, the opportunity to earn math awards for new skills mastered makes math practice with our program even more exciting!

We hope you and your students will enjoy practicing multiplying and dividing whole numbers by powers of ten with this fun interactive math game and discover all there is to love about I Know It! Be sure to check out our hundreds of other 5th grade math topics too!

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Your I Know It membership gives you access to our website's handy administrative features. When you log into your administrator account, you will be able to create a class roster for your students, as well as assign unique usernames and passwords to your students, monitor your students' math practice with detailed progress reports, change basic lesson settings, print, download, and save student progress reports, and much more.

When your students log into the I Know It website with their unique username and password credentials, they will be shown a kid-friendly version of the I Know It homepage from which they can quickly access the math activities you have assigned to them for practice. In addition, students can explore other math activities at their grade level and beyond, for an extra challenge or additional review. You control your students' access to other math lessons through your administrator account, and you can update your preferred settings at any time. Grade levels in the student mode of I Know It are designated with letters (i.e., "Level E" for fifth grade math lessons), making it easy for you to assign math activities based on each child's needs and skill level.

This interactive math lesson is classified as Level E. It may be ideal for a fifth-grade class.

Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10 (Level E)

In this fifth grade-level math lesson, students will practice multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of 10. Questions are presented in multiple-choice format and fill-in-the-blank format.

Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by 10, 100, or 1,000 (Level E)

In this math lesson geared toward fifth grade, students will practice multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100, or 1,000. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format and multiple-choice format.