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Exploring 4-Digit Place Value PowerPoint

Teach Starter Publishing
PowerPoint | 31 pages | Grades: 2 - 3

A 31-slide PowerPoint template to use when exploring place value to the thousands place.

This teaching presentation has been designed to explain 4-digit place value to your students in a clear and engaging manner.

The following concepts are addressed in detail:

  • place value to the thousands place
  • writing 4-digit numbers in word form (and vice versa)
  • decomposing numbers by place value
  • using a numeral expander
  • expanding numbers by place value
  • writing numbers in expanded form
  • rounding to the nearest 10 and 100.

This PowerPoint includes hyperlinks to the following place value teaching resources:

Image of Percy's Place Value Puzzle

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Percy's Place Value Puzzle

A worksheet to use to consolidate student understanding of place value to the thousands.

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Image of Numeral Expander for 4-Digit Numbers

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Numeral Expander for 4-Digit Numbers

A resource to help reinforce place value and writing 4-digit numbers in expanded form.

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Image of Place Value Cards - 10,000; 1,000; 100; 10; 1

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Place Value Cards - 10,000; 1,000; 100; 10; 1

A set of place value cards to help students explore and expand larger numbers.

Teach Starter Publishing5 pagesGrades: 2 - 4
Image of 4-Digit Place Value Game - Race Up the Rounding Ladder

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4-Digit Place Value Game - Race Up the Rounding Ladder

A fun game for students to play in pairs to consolidate their understanding of rounding to 10; 100; or 1,000.

Teach Starter Publishing3 pagesGrades: 3 - 4
Image of Flip, Draw, Expand! - Place Value Worksheet (4-Digit Numbers)

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Flip, Draw, Expand! - Place Value Worksheet (4-Digit Numbers)

A worksheet to use when practicing place value with 4-digit numbers.

Teach Starter Publishing2 pagesGrades: 2 - 3

 

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