Place Value Worksheets

Help your kid better understand place value with our worksheets. We have basic printables that remain on the right-hand side of the decimal, focusing on ones, tens, and hundreds. Our collection also contains more challenging worksheets that carry over to the left side and have your kid practice identifying tenths, hundredths, even thousandths. We know that place value can be tricky, but our worksheets go the extra mile to help kids figure out what's going on with the numbers on both sides of the decimal. Browse our place value worksheets and find a few for your budding mathematician.
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Rounding: Magical Math! Rounding: Magical Math! Sometimes it's important to calculate numbers exactly.
Place Value Lessons: What Am I? Place Value Lessons: What Am I? Turn your kid into a number know-it-all! This entertaining worksheet will have her number-guessing and identifying throughout the whole thing.
Comparing Cupcakes: Less Than and Greater Than Comparing Cupcakes: Less Than and Greater Than Your little cupcake will love counting and comparing the cupcakes on this worksheet.
Regrouping: Practice Place Value #2 Regrouping: Practice Place Value #2 Once your second grader has a grasp of place value, challenge him to take on place value regrouping.
Regrouping: Practice Place Value #1 Regrouping: Practice Place Value #1 Does your second grader need a review in place value?
Rounding: Round 'Em Up! Rounding: Round 'Em Up! "Five or more, raise the score. Four or less, let it rest."
Rounding Whole Numbers: In the Hundreds Rounding Whole Numbers: In the Hundreds Are all numbers rounded equally? This worksheet will give your child practice rounding numbers between 100 and 500 to the nearest ten.
Practicing More Than... Practicing More Than... Which sundae has more ice cream in it? In this worksheet your child will gain practice determining number values.
Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To? #3 Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To? #3 Don't get crabby about counting! This cute crab is here to help you learn your "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) symbols for comparing numbers.
Comparing Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than #1 Comparing Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than #1 Greater than or less than? It's up to your child to decide which sign would make each of these equations read correctly.
Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To? #2 Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To? #2 I spy a hungry shark in this worksheet! He's here to help you practice using "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) symbols!
Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To Did you know that alligators like to eat bigger numbers?
Comparing Numbers: Less Than Comparing Numbers: Less Than Is your kid confused about less than? Make things more clear with a colorful worksheet that gets him practicing with "less than" equations.
Rounding to the Nearest Ten Rounding to the Nearest Ten Saddle up, it's time to round up this herd of sheep!
Rounding to the Nearest Hundred Rounding to the Nearest Hundred Get your lasso ready, it's time to round up the hundreds herd!
Place Value Practice Place Value Practice Can you keep track of tricky math riddles that challenge you to add, subtract, multiply and divide?
Help your kid better understand place value with our worksheets. We have basic printables that remain on the right-hand side of the decimal, focusing on ones, tens, and hundreds. Our collection also contains more challenging worksheets that carry over to the left side and have your kid practice identifying tenths, hundredths, even thousandths. We know that place value can be tricky, but our worksheets go the extra mile to help kids figure out what's going on with the numbers on both sides of the decimal. Browse our place value worksheets and find a few for your budding mathematician.

Teach Your Child About Place Value

Place value is a hard concept for many kids. Help your child learn how numbers are made of ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands with these place value tutoring tips:

  • Start by defining the concept of place values to your child. You can explain, "All numbers are made up of different place values. Let's look at the number 24. In the number 24, we write the numbers '2' and '4.' The '2' is in the tens place and the '4' is in the ones place. In the number 324, '3' is in the hundreds place, '2' is in the tens place, and '4' is in the ones place.”
  • Write down several numbers on paper. Ask your child if he can find any numbers that have a tens place. Can he find the number '6' in the ones place in any numbers? A number 4 in the hundreds place? Once your child seems comfortable with the first set of numbers, try adding numbers with the thousands place.
  • Help your child see the breakdown of numbers with an example. Write down the number 342. Explain, "The number 342 is made up of three place values. The '3' is in the hundreds place, the '4' is in the tens place, and the '2' is in the ones place. We can break the number 342 into three seperate numbers from these place values." Draw arrows connecting each place value in 342 to '300,' '40,' and '2.' Explain how you did this.