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# THE FROG FLIES game to learn 'Round to nearest 10,000' for 4th grade

4th grade / Place value / Rounding numbers / Round to nearest 10,000

With our The frog flies math game you will be practicing the topic "Round to nearest 10,000" from 4th grade / Place value / Rounding numbers. The math in this game consists of 14 questions that ask you to use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 10,000.

Guide the frog to catch the flies to answer questions and score points

Learn or revise math with our fun interactive game THE FROG FLIES! You are a happy hungry frog in the middle of the jungle in the middle of the night. Catch the flies for your supper (and practice math just for fun).

You can play the game on tablet/mobile or desktop computer. On handheld devices you move the frog by tapping where you want it to move to. On a computer, use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move.

Sometimes a big bird swoops through the forest catching unwary amphibians so stay alert and get out of the way of its beak!

Scoring is based on flies caught, questions answered and number of deaths by bird. Your final score is your total points minus your time in seconds.

The highest scores for each topic can be saved and seen by clicking on the star button, so get learning and get your frog's name up in lights!

## How to play THE FROG FLIES to practice 'Round to nearest 10,000' for 4th grade

1. Choose THE FROG FLIES from the math games page.
2. On the settings page read the Method text, then click on PLAY to start the game.
3. You are a small hungry frog sitting on a branch in a big jungle in the middle of the night.
5. Use your keyboard arrow keys or tap the screen on your tablet to move the frog and catch the fly.
6. You get 10 points for each fly you catch.
7. Catching a fly unlocks a question from the topic you have chosen.
9. If you answer correctly you score an additional 50 points - a wrong answer loses you 20 points.