Thursday, March 31, 2016

Place Value Math Practice #1

This math practice includes 15 examples of place value for ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands place value. Each slide has an example and asks what digit is in a particular place value. This can easily be expanded to other math practice. For example, participants can read the number out loud and identify the other digits and their place value as well.

Directions

  1. Click on the first slide to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide or thumbnail at the bottom to advance to the next slide.

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Place Value Math Practice

Elementary Math Practice by Katrena

391: Which digit is in the tens position?

391: 9 is in the tens postition

742: Which digit is in the ones position?

742: The 2 is in the ones position

508: Which digit is in the hundreds position?

508: 5 is in the hundreds position

6937: Which digit is in the hundreds position?

6937: 9 is in the hundreds position

1590: Which digit is in the ones position?

1590: 0 is in the ones position

7025: Which digit is in the thousands position?

7025: 7 is in the thousands position

4321: Which digit is in the tens position?

4321: 2 is in the tens position

9876: Which digit is in the hundreds position?

9876: 8 is in the hundreds position

7405: Which digit is in the hundreds position?

7405:4 is in the hundreds position

6027: Which digit is in the ones position?

6027: 7 is in the ones position

3690: Which digit is in the thousands position?

3690: 3 is in the thousands position

8642: Which digit is in the tens position?

8642: 4 is in the tens position

7201: Which digit is in the thousands position?

7201: 7 is in the thousands position

3078: Which digit is in the hundreds position?

3078: 0 is in the hundreds position

2936: Which digit is in the ones position?

4936: 6 is in the ones position

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