Elementary School Number
& Operations in Base Ten
For young students, extending the counting sequence past 9 into double digits is still a matter of memorizing each number’s name and written representation. But as students learn that each number represents a concrete value, teaching place values helps them to see that each digit within the number denotes a discrete amount as well. From first to fifth grade, the elementary school math curriculum introduces place values sequentially, starting at ones and tens, building to hundred-thousands. Moving into the decimal positions, fifth graders expand their understanding of place values into the tenths and hundredths. Read More
The following games are recommended for Elementary School Number
Which Initial Sound? allows students to create and type in a sentence for each one of their spelling or vocabulary words.
Play Which Initial Sound? with a 1st grade Number
Word-O-Pillar provides practice unscrambling letters to form words.
Play Word-O-Pillar with a 2nd grade Number
Word-O-Rama provides practice identifying words by their definitions, synonyms, antonyms, or by their context within a sentence.
Play Word-O-Rama with a 4th grade School Number