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Ready to practice place value to the hundred millions? Try this interactive math lesson with your students. They will answer place value questions such as "What digit is in the millions place?" "Drag the missing digits to show the number in standard form," and "What is the value of the underlined digit?" Students will answer multiple choice questions, drag-and-drop questions, and fill-in-the-blank questions.

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Here are some features of our online math lessons that help students succeed: a progress-tracker in the upper-left corner of the screen shows students how many questions they have answered so far; a score-tracker shows them how many questions they have answered correctly; a 'hint' shows a written or pictorial clue that points the student in the right direction. If students get an answer wrong, a detailed explanation box will appear to show how to solve the question correctly, step-by-step.

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We hope the 'I Know It' interactive math program will help your students develop confidence in their math abilities, including their understanding of place value up to hundred millions. Try out this math lesson, and check out our large collection of other math topics!

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When your students log in to 'I Know It', they will be taken to a kid-friendly homepage where they can find the lessons you have assigned them under 'My Assignments'. If you so choose, they can also explore other lessons at their assigned grade-level (which will appear as 'Level D' or 'Level E' instead of Grade 4 or Grade 5), or lessons at different grade levels.

This online math lesson is classified as a Level E lesson. It could be ideal for fourth or fifth grade students.

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Number and Operations in Base Ten

Students will learn to understand the place value system. Students should be able to recognize that in a number with multiple digits, a digit represents ten times as much as it represents in the place to its right and one-tenth as much as it represents in the place to its left.

Place Value (Decimals to Thousandths) (Level E)

In this fifth grade-level math lesson, students will compare numbers that have decimals up to the thousandths. They will decide if a number is less than, greater than, or equal to another number. They will answer fill-in-the-blank questions, multiple-choice questions, and more.

Comparing Numbers up to 9,999,999 (Level E)

In this fifth grade-level lesson, children will practice comparing numbers as large as 9,999,999. Questions are in 'drag-and-drop' format, multiple choice format, and more.