Place Value Worksheets

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The Way We Write Our Numbers
The Way We Write Our Numbers
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The Way We Write Our Numbers
Children practice identifying quantities by grouping in this early math worksheet!
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Color By Number: Fairy
Color By Number: Fairy
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Color By Number: Fairy
Bring the hidden fairy out of hiding by coloring the picture according to the numbers. Use the key to find out which colors to use for each number.
1st grade
Math
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The Number 100
The Number 100
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The Number 100
This worksheet is an easy introduction to the number 100. Help your child compare and contrast large quantities, and get her thinking about weight and volume.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Sketch the Solution
Sketch the Solution
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Sketch the Solution
Children learn a valuable strategy for conceptualizing and solving word problems in this two-digit addition worksheet.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet

Place Value Worksheets

Help kids put numbers in their place with our place value worksheets. These place value worksheets cover all bases of learning about ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. Students will gain practice with different number patterns through a variety of approaches and activities. They will also use multiple operations to solve equations.

A Good Value for Math Practice

When kids master place value they will be well prepared to tackle the challenges of more difficult math. As they work with adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing increasingly large numbers, it is essential for children to have the ability to group numbers.

Place value can be challenging to grasp because it is an abstract concept. These worksheets make place value more concrete with visual aides such as pattern charts and illustrations of objects to help kids conceptualize groupings of ten.

Expand on the practice kids gain with our place value worksheets by setting up your own place value practice station. Equip the station with familiar objects such as Legos, blocks, and dried beans. Then challenge your children to group a certain number of objects. Once they are able to group the objects, have them progress to writing the numbers.

For additional support, check out our place value and two digit numbers lesson plans < https://www.education.com/lesson-plans/place-value-and-two-digit-numbers/>. This extensive collection of resources will help provide a framework for reinforcing place value concepts.