# 4th Grade Common Core: 4.NBT.1

Common Core Identifier: 4.NBT.1 / Grade: 4

Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Generalize Place Value Understanding For Multi-Digit Whole Numbers.

Detail: Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 / 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.

31 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
State the value of each digit, write the number in expanded form, and compare numbers. Also, write the number that is 10,000 less.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

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Students cut out the two halves of the Number Reading Wheel, attach them together and spin to read the displayed money value aloud.

Level: 2nd through 4th Grades

Once again, student find digit values, compare the special number to other numbers, complete the number line, and write in expanded form.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Find the values of the digits 1, 9, and 5. Compare using symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to. Write the number in expanded form. Tell if the number is even or if it is odd.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

The questions on this S.N. activity sheet center around the number seventy-six thousand, one hundred thirty-four.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Compare the number 564,300 to other numbers using the symbols <, >, and =. Then tell if the number is odd or even. Write the number in expanded form. Give the values of the digits.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

This worksheet has a set of place value questions to go along with the number nine million, eighty-one thousand, nine hundred thirty-four.

Level: 3rd and 4th Grades

This page has a whole set of place value questions to go along with the number four hundred nineteen thousand, five hundred twenty-four.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Like the other special number worksheets, this one covers expanded form, a number line, even/odd, comparing, adding, subtracting, and questions about digit values.

Level: 4th and 5th Grades

Answer the place-val questions relating to the number forty-three thousands and seven.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Teachers use the included score sheets as students are asked to correctly read aloud the shown money amounts.

Level: 2nd through 4th Grades

This activity page has P.V. questions related to the number seven hundred forty-five thousand, six hundred two.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Glue the name of each place over the correct digit in the number shown. (Ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands)

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

On this worksheet, students will state the value of the digits 3, 9, 0, 2, and 4. They must also complete the numbers line. Then subtract

*100,000*,*1,000*, and*100*from the special number.Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

The special number is 59,703. Students will tell whether the number is even or odd. Write the number in expanded form. Subtract from and add to this number. And compare using <, >, and =.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

The S.N. on this worksheet is six hundred thirty-two thousand, fifteen.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Answer the place value questions related to the number eight million, three hundred fifty-one thousand, two hundred seven.

Level: 4th and 5th Grades

On this worksheet, students will answer a series of problems and questions about the place values in the number thirty thousand, eight hundred forty.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Color each place the correct color. Then cut out the names and glue them in the correct spots. Up to hundred billions place.

Level: 4th through 6th Grades

On this worksheet, students answer questions related to the special number. First, they state the value of the digits 0, 2, 9, 7, and 4. Then tell if the number is odd or even. Complete the number line. Write the number in expanded form. Subtract a thousand from this number. Then compare the number to other numbers.

Level: 4th and 5th Grades

What do you call an anxious ogre? To complete the math riddle, students must write the numbers in standard form. Then match the numbers with the letters.

Level: 3rd through 6th Grades

This worksheet has a set of place value questions to go along with the number one hundred seventy-five thousand, twenty eight.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Complete the number line, compare, and write the values of the digits. Also, perform basic operations by adding and subtracting ten, one hundred, and one thousand.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

This one is similar to the others. There's a number line, an expanded form question, comparing, adding, subtracting, and digit values.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Answer place value questions pertaining to the number ninety-eight thousand, seven hundred sixty-five.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Kids must tell whether the number is odd or even. Complete the number line by telling which numbers come before and after this number. Subtract 10,000 and add 1,000.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Use the symbols <, >, and = to compare this number to other numbers. Find the values of the digits 3, 1, 2, 9, and 7. Tell what numbers come before and after by completing the number line. Write in expanded form.

Level: 4th and 5th Grades

Why was the six afraid of the seven? Write the value of the underlined digits to decode the riddle.

Level: 3rd and 4th Grades

Complete the number line. Compare numbers. Tell whether the special number is odd or even. Write the values of the digits.

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Solve the 3-digit multiplication patterns.

(example: 700 x 8)

(example: 700 x 8)

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades

Place value patterns in multiplication; Learn to use mental math to multiply large numbers that end in zero (example: 400 x 6)

Level: 3rd through 5th Grades