# Place Value

**Online Activities for 3rd & 4th Classes**

Khan Academy - Place Value: in this video and the videos that follow, explore place value in 3-digit numbers and then answer the practice questions (says Grade 2, but is suitable for 3rd class). Fourth class student can access similar activities for 4-digit numbers and larger here. You can also register for a free Khan Academy account to record your progress and explore other topics.

Happy Numbers - Place Value Activities: A series of lessons and activities; for numbers up to 1,000 do Module 3. For rounding to the nearest ten and hundred do Module 2 here.

White Rose Place Value: a series of lessons on place value suitable for 3rd class. These lessons could be followed up with other place value lessons in year 3 or year 4.

Place Value House: video lesson that explores hundreds, tens and ones (units), suitable for 3rd class.

Expanded Form: A video that introduces expanded form and explains how we can expand numbers to see the parts that make it, suitable for 3rd class.

Dienes Penalty Shoot Out: Identify the number of counters and create numbers using Dienes blocks (aka Base Ten Blocks). Choose game mode to earn penalty chances, and then numbers up to 1,000 or 5,000.

Place Value Basketball: Select the correct number to match the image. Work your way up through the various options/levels.

Maths Frame - Maths Invaders: Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. Select play game and then Reading Numbers or Rounding Numbers

Lifeguards: Click and drag into the place value grid, the correct number of place value discs to make up the given number. Choose between 0-500 or 0-1,000 options. You can also play a similar game called Shark Numbers

Maths Frame - Empty Number Line: Practice placing numbers in the correct position; choose 0-50 or 0-100 initially and then move to the next levels to challenge yourself.

Maths Frame - Compare Numbers on Number Lines: Practice identifying the greater/smaller number; choose up to 10 initially and then move to the next levels to challenge yourself.

Maths Goalie - Reading numbers: Read the numbers in word form and then input the same number but in standard form. Choose reading numbers, and then number to 1,000 or 10,000.

Place Value Charts: Make a given number by combining the parts that make up the number. Select practice and then either H T O (for third class) or Th H T O (for fourth class) in either column.

Rocket Rounding: A multiple choice game involving rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100, up to 999 or 9,999. Start with the easier option of having a number line and then try to play the other more difficult option, no number line.

Battleship Numberline: Can you blow up the enemy submarines? This game starts very easy, where you must click the correct number on the number line, but then the game progresses in difficulty as the player must work out where a given number would be placed on the blank number line. Choose the whole number game.

I Know It! - Place Value: Scroll down to place value to do any of the activities with suitable number limits. There are some more advanced activities in the third grade section.

Splash Learn - Place Value: An assortment of place value games organised according to US grade levels; start with the grade below your current class level i.e. for third class pupil's start with second grade games and for fourth class pupils start with third grade games.

Place Value Games: An assortment of place value games using numbers of various sizes. Third class pupils should start with games up to 999 (three-digit numbers) and fourth class should start with games up to 9,999 (four-digit numbers)

That Quiz - Place Value: This quiz has lots of options, on the left hand side, that can be changed to suit the ability of the child. In place value, the lowest level is 3. Each time do the set 10 questions, if you get 10 or 9 correct, go up a level; if not stay at that level. There are lots of different types of activities: For **Identification **(it automatically starts on this) you must identify the value of certain digits; other options are **conversions, rounding **and **sums.**

Place Value: a selection of games from ixl.com. You can do a number of free quizzes each day without having a subscription. (Please note that the class levels given do not always align accurately with the content of the Irish Primary Curriculum)