When children have mastered counting up to ten or twenty and are ready to work with larger numbers, these
place value games will help them to develop an understanding of how place value works. For example, children
will learn that in the number 25, the 2 stands for two tens, and the 5 for five units.
In "Free" mode you can drop beads onto the abacus and the numbers represented will be displayed
at the bottom. Or choose "Computer Questions" for quiz questions which you must answer by dragging
the beads into place. For example, make the highest even number using four beads. (BGfL)
The lifeboat will only move in steps of 10 or 1. Click the boat's pedals until you have reached
the drowning swimmer, then click the lifebelt to rescue them. Covers place value for 2-digit