Place Value: Numbers, Numbers

Standards 2.NBT.A.3
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For the first part of this worksheet, kids look at each four-digit number, determine the place value of each digit, then write each digit in the correct column – thousands, hundreds, tens, or ones. For the second part of the worksheet, they match four-digit numbers to the written equivalent of the numbers. Kids completing this worksheet practice reading whole numbers and identifying the place value for each digit up to the thousands place.

Second Grade Place Value Worksheets: Place Value: Numbers, Numbers
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