Interactive Place Value Practice

By: www.ixl.com
PRACTICE makes perfect in this math quiz for fourth graders.

The quiz has a range of questions – from working out what blocks of hundreds, tens and ones add up to through to logic puzzles that make you work out what number should be in each place value.

It’s fun working through questions such as “What number has 6 thousands, 1 more hundred than thousands, 2 more tens than thousands, and 5 fewer ones than tens” – but if you get it wrong, then a solution pops up to talk you through what went wrong and show you how to get the right answer.

Ideal as a way of following up classroom work, this is a friendly way for kids to practice their skills.

You can try it against the clock too, and notch up a high score by getting as many questions right in as short a time as possible.
Game Specifications
Number Range:Up to 9,999,999
(Seven Digits)
Action Speed:Slow Special Education Compatibility:High
Technology:Javascript Difficulty:Easy-Medium User Controls:Mouse and Keyboard
For Grades:K-4 Approx. Duration:5 Minutes Overal Quality:High