Contributor: Victoria Surface. Lesson ID: 10125
Does the 6 in 60 have the same value as the 6 in 600 or 6000? Explore place value with educational videos and online math problems, use a place value chart with candy, read a book, and even write one!
The definition of value is the importance, worth, or usefulness of something. Everything has value and it can be different depending on the subject.
It depends, so read on to find out more!
In this lesson, you will learn about the place value structure of the base-ten number system.
You are probably already familiar with the place value chart, but take a moment to review with an introduction to place value.
Listen to the following video, Place Value Song (Rude by MAGIC! Parody), from Mr. Peter's Classroom, for a review of place value:
Next, you will watch a video to learn about the relationships between digits and their place value. Be ready to answer the following questions:
Now, watch Identifying the Relationship Between the Digits in Each Place: 4.NBT.1 from TenMarks Amazon:
After you answer the questions, practice place value problems to strengthen your skills with the activities below:
Keep up the great work with the Place Value Conversion Worksheet, found under Downloadable Resources in the right-hand sidebar.
After you answer all the questions, check your work with the Answer Key.
When you are finished and feeling more comfortable with place values, continue on to the Got It? section for some sweet practice!
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