These pretty flowers will help your youngster learn about place values.
Number & Operations in Base Ten (NBT)
In the Number & Operations in Base Ten domain, K-5 students should develop an understanding of the base-ten system. The base-ten system uses 10 digits, 0-9, to represent every number. The number's position determines its place value, as in 326 is 3 hundreds, 2 tens and 6 ones. Understanding the base-ten system helps students work with decimals (small numbers) and exponents (very large numbers).
It’s all about tens and ones in this place value worksheet!
Peas and carrots are a yummy way to learn about adding using place values.
Adding three sets of numbers can be a breeze with place values!
In this place value worksheet, your student will work with ones, tens and hundreds.
Your student will compare two numbers to determine if one is higher, lower or the same.
The midway bottle throw is the theme of this place value worksheet for multiplication.
Step right up to this dart throw worksheet on adding using place values!
Sharpen those subtraction skills with this fun worksheet using place values.
This decimal comparison worksheet tackles a tricky concept.
Your student will compare four-digit numbers in this worksheet.
Using place values makes multiplying large numbers easy!
This worksheet features rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand.
Your student will rewrite numbers using place value in this worksheet.
Here’s some practice on rounding decimals.