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Numbers in Word Form: Millions

Recall the place values of the digits as you move your fingers on them, and write the names of the 7, 8, and 9-digit numbers.

Inserting Commas | Up to Hundred Millions

Start with the ones' place and proceed toward the left; insert a comma after the hundreds' place and hundred thousands' place.

Reading Abacus: 4, 5, and 6-Digit Numbers

Count the beads on each rod, and write the digits according to their place values to figure out the number shown on the abacus.

Place Value Poster: Millions

Grab our eye-catching posters to recapitulate the place value of the digits in a six-digit numeral!

Writing Numbers in the Expanded Form | Millions

Expand the 7, 8, and 9-digit numbers by expressing them as the sum of the place values of their digits.

Number Names Charts: 1 to 1,000,000

Have the names of numbers 1 to 20, multiples of 10 up to 100, and two large numbers registered in your brain with this colorful chart.

Color the Caterpillar | Place Value Activities

Shade the circles inscribed with the digits according to the indicated place value and color; set up your own questions with the template.

Place Value Charts | Up to Hundred Millions

Fill in the place value table upon identifying the digits in the ones' to hundred millions' places of the indicated numbers.

Place Value of the Underlined Digits | Money

Use ¢ to represent the figures in the hundredth's and tenth's place of the amount and \$ to denote those to the left of the decimal.

Standard and Expanded Form: Millions Place Value

Convert each number from the standard form to the expanded form in part A and vice versa in part B.

Place Value of Decimals | Up to Hundredths

Recognize the place values of the digits to the left and right of the decimal point, and complete the place value table.

Standard Form and Expanded Product Form | Millions

Express the place value of each digit as its face value multiplied by the place and add them; simplify this expanded product form too.