This African Animal themed PowerPoint game introduces the concept of place value up to 9,999. The game includes the following components:
**Introduction of thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones with place value blocks.
**Place Value Chart showing thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones.
**Ten questions asking about a specific place value of a number. For example: How many hundreds are in 5,685? These questions are not multiple choice.
**The students will answer ten questions about the value of the place value blocks shown. These questions are not multiple choice.
**The students will answer ten questions about the value of the red digit. For example: In the number 5,392, the three is worth 300. The students will have four answer choices for this round.
**The students will be given the place value of a number mixed up and asked to build the number in order. For example: 4 ones, 8 hundreds, 1 ten, and 9 thousands = 9,814. This round is not multiple choice.
This activity can be used as an independent center, team game, or whole group with the students solving the problems on their own and then checking them together as a class. The answers follow all of the questions so the students get instant feedback.
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