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eq | Equation | Each item in the topic is in the form of an equation |

id | Identify | Each item in the topic is a thing |

mi | Missing item | Each item in the topic is a statement with a missing term |

10 | Number of items | There are 10 items in this topic |

8 | Extended items | Additional questions for games and tests in this topic |

Our math topics for 4th grade learners are designed to follow closely the Common Core standards for math for 4th grade pupils.

5 digit number: units

Identify the units value for these five digit numbers

5 digit number: tens

Identify the value of the tens digit in each of these five digit numbers

5 digit number: hundreds

Identify the value of the hundreds digit for each of these five digit numbers

5 digit number: thousands

Identify the value of the thousands digit for each of these five digit numbers

Place value names: 5 digits

Choose the correct place value name for the highlighted green digit in each of these 5 digit numbers

Round to nearest 10

Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 10

Round to nearest 100

Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 100

Round to nearest 1000

Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 1000

Round to nearest 10,000

Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 10,000

Round to nearest 100,000

Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 100,000

Multiply by 10, 100, 1000

What do you multiply by to make the 5 digit a thousand?

Divide by 10, 100, 1000

What do you need to divide by to change the green digit to have a tens place value?

A topic is selected at the beginning of a session at ** Free Math Games** and will be remembered when you move between games or activities. The math for the topic is carefully constructed to match the elementary math level commonly taught in US schools. This means that you as an elementary pupil should see similar math problems to those you are seeing at school (if you are at school) for any particular subject. Please let us know if that is not the case.

See the help box below for instructions on choosing a topic here at ** Free Math Games**.

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Click on the "1. Start" button in the top navigation bar - that brings you to this elementary level topic selection page. On the topic selection page you will see that the topics are divided up:

- By level (Preschool, Elementary and Secondary)
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- Into broad categories

Since you are currently within the elementary section of ** Free Math Games** you will see the elementary topics. The elementary grades will have loaded. Choose your grade. The broad categories available will load. Click on a category to see the available sub-categories and topics.

For example, if you choose fifth grade, then the category: "Fractions" you will be offered a choice of fraction sub-categories and topics suitable for Grade 5. Click on each sub-category to view the available topics.

When you click on the name of a topic, the topic will load into the lesson page (once a topic has loaded it will be available for all activities and will not have to be downloaded again) and the lesson start page will be displayed. You can choose to do the lesson or jump immediately to the games using that topic.

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