Identifying The Value of Each Digit:

Number Range: 100 up to 999
Collect the Ducks
A three digit number appears on the screen. A sentence will appear on the top of the screen, asking you to click the ONES digit, the TENS digit, or the HUNDREDS digit. After clicking correctly, a duck will come swimming in the water. Your aim is to collect 10 ducks.


Number Range: 1000 up to 9999
Collect the ships
This game is similar to the "Collect the Ducks" game, but is practicing four digit numbers (it includes the THOUSANDS digit). A number appears on the screen, along with a sentence asking you to click one of its digits (the Ones, Tens, Hundreds, or Thousands). Every successful click will send a ship into the lake. Try sending 20 ships.


Number Range: Up to 999,999 (6 digit numbers)
Jumble Digits
In every trial you will be presented with a question about the value of digits in a big number. Click on one of the four numbers which has the correct answer. With every correct click, a fairy will give you a star. Try to collect all 10 stars within the two minutes given.


Number Range: Up to 999,999 (6 digit numbers)
Number Finding
Click the "Start" button to start the activity on the game's page. A question will be given in the following format: "What is the place value for ten thousand in the number 297123?". The answer would be given by clicking the number 9, becuase this is the numeral in the ten thousand's place.


Number Range: Up to 9,999,999 (7 digit numbers)
Hidden Picture
In every trial a number will be given. You will be asked to click a specific digit of that number, ie., "Click the hundreds", "Click the ten thousands". With every successful click a hidden part of the picture will be revealed.


Number Range: Up to 99,999 (5 digit numbers)
Drag & Type
Drag the digits to their correct locations in the table above, based upon their values. When finished, type the standard form number that results, and press "Enter".


Number Range: Up to 999 Millions (9 digit numbers)
Identify The Digit
Start by choosing how many trials to practice, and by choosing to practice "Millions". In every trial you will be asked a question such as: "Which digit is in the tenthousand place in the numeral 858,437,562". Select the number, and click the "Check" button.


Number Range: Up to 9,99,999 (7 digit numbers)
Mystery Numbers
Drag the digits from above to their correct spots below, based upon the written sentences. The mystery number will gradually appear in the box as you complete the digits.


Reading Numbers Using Numerals and Using Words:

Number Range: 1000 up to 9999
Eagle and Airplanes
A number will be written in words at the bottom of the screen. Shoot the airplane that has this number in digits by clicking it. Try to be quick, the planes are gradually descending, don't let them hit the eagle. Speed and number of planes will increase along the game.


Mystery Picture
On the right you will find a set of numbers written in words (eg. "Nine hundred thirty nine), and on the left you will find the same numbers written in digits (eg. 939). Your job is to match the same numbers by clicking them with the mouse. Every correct match will reveal a piece of the hidden picture.

Expanded Form And Standard Form Games:

Mountains Hot Air Balloons
Three numbers will appear in a box at the bottom of the screen. For example: 400 , 8 , 70. Combining these three numbers together creates a new number (eg. 478). Your job is to click the hot air balloon that has this new number.


Units of 1, 10, 100 and 1000
Fireworks in the City
A target number will appear on the screen. The aim of the game is to replicate that number, by pressing the four numbered buttons with the values: 1, 10, 100 and 1000. A short fireworks show will appear after every successful trial.


You can choose between 2 or 3 digit numbers
Place Value Penguins
In every trial a number will be given. Your job is to represent this number by putting the penguins on the correct numbers on the grid. For example, if the number 43 appears, drag the first penguin onto the number 40, and the second onto the 3. You can choose between level 1 (1's and 10's) or level 2 (1's, 10's and 100's)


3 Ways of Expanded Form
Click the correct expanded form of the number given, among three different representation: As an addition of two numbers, as tens and ones, and as base ten blocks.


3 Digits Expanded Form
A number will be represented in expanded form, as an addition problem, for example: 800+90+4. Find the number below that is represented by the expanded form, and click it. You will get immediate feedback for every click you make.


5 Digits Expanded Form
Numbers will appear in an expanded form addition problem, such as: 30000+4000+800+90+1. Type the sum of these numbers (in this example: 34891), and click the "Check" button.

Base Ten Blocks Games:

Custom: Base Ten Blocks of 1, 10 or 100
Base Ten Blocks
In every trial you will be given a number to make. Drag the correct amount of blocks from the pile on the right onto the main sheet. By default you have blocks of ones and tens, but you can choose from the left the "100" button to have higher numbers and use blocks of 100 too.


Base Ten Blocks of 1 and 10 units
Jungle Animals Weights
Start by choosing the "Hard" level (its the most relevant for base ten practice). In every trial you will be given the animal's weight. Click the 10 unit weight or the 1 unit weight to stack up the weights, until it equals the animal's weight. Then push the "Balance" handle above to check if you were correct.


Blocks of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 10 cubes. (For beginners)
Base Ten Bear
Various blocks will be floating down the stream. Click a block, and the bear will collect it. Help the bear with collecting blocks that will sum up to 10. For example, you can click the blocks of 2, 4 and 4 which will sum up to 10.


Blocks Partition
Click on the number that is represented by the blocks. The blocks in this game change gradually: In every trial a block of 10 will be added or removed, or a block of 1 will be added or removed.


Blocks of 1, 10 and 100 cubes
Group The Blocks
A number will be represented by base ten blocks. Type that number, and click the "Check" button. You can use the "Regroup" button to see an animation of regrouping units into tens, and tens into hundreds. That could make the identification of the number more efficient.


Blocks of 1, 10 and 100 cubes
Base Ten Blocks Practice
Type how many hundreds, tens and ones are there. Then type the standard form of the number that results, and click the "Check" button.


Blocks of 1, 10 and 100 cubes
Shark Numbers
A number will be represented by blocks of hundreds, tens and ones. Click the bubble with that number. Every correct answer will result in a happy jumping dolphin. Every wrong answer will result in a shark biting off another piece of your boat...



Skip Counting with Base Ten Units (Repeated Additions):

Chicago Hot Air Balloons
An addition problem will appear on the screen, in which the numbers 1, 10 or 100 are added to another number. Five numbered hot airballoons will appear as well. Click the hot airballoon that has the problem's solution.



Games with various integrated place value subjects:

Reading a number using words and numerals. Identifying the value of each digit.
Magic Lamp
Various problems will appear such as: "Which number represents twothousand eighthundred sixtyfive?" and such as: "Which numeral is in the HUNDREDS place? 8,653". Click on the correct answer among the choices given.


Base Ten Blocks and Expanded Form Up to 7 digit numbers (millions)
Place Value Practice
Various math questions, mainly of number representation with base ten blocks and expanded form.
