# Place Value Decimals and Money

The place value PDFs on this page can be used for teaching students to write numbers in word name format, standard notation, and expanded form. Also review ordering numbers, comparing numbers, and more.

These cards have decimal numbers (tenths) on them. Cut the cards and arrange them in order from least to greatest.

4th through 6th Grades

Students are given digits. Students arrange the digits to make the numbers given by the teacher.

2nd through 4th Grades

Color each place in the number correctly, according to the instructions. Then cut out the place value strips and glue each one in the correct position above the number.

3rd through 6th Grades

This worksheet has whole numbers, decimals to the nearest tenth, and decimals to the nearest hundredth. Students determine their values and list them from least to greatest.

4th through 6th Grades

Arrange the decimal number cards in order from smallest value to greatest value. This worksheet has whole numbers, as well as decimals in tenths and hundredths.

4th through 6th Grades

Tell which word name corresponds with the standard form decimal number.

4th through 6th Grades

Write decimals in expanded form. Most decimals are in the thousandths.

5th and 6th Grades

Write the value of the underlined digit in each decimal number.

5th and 6th Grades

Students must correctly read aloud the decimal amounts. Includes numbers with both tenths and hundredths.

4th and 5th Grades

Students read aloud the decimal numbers featuring tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. Teacher use the included score cards to mark progress.

4th and 5th Grades

Read each decimal name and write it in standard form.

4th through 6th Grades

Print this file on card stock. Attach the two parts of the wheel with a paper fastener. Spin the wheel and read the decimal numbers.

*(example: 4.12 is "four and twelve hundredths")*4th and 5th Grades

Print this page on heavy card stock. Spin the wheel and read the decimal numbers.

*(example: 3.033 is "three and thirty-three thousandths")*4th and 5th Grades

Use the symbols greater than, less than, and equal to symbols to compare the decimal amounts. Includes decimals in tenths and hundredths. (example: 9.8 > 4.5)

3rd through 5th Grades

Use greater than, less than, and equal to symbols to show which decimal is bigger. Decimals are in tenths and hundredths. (example: 1.01 < 1.11)

3rd through 5th Grades

Multiply each decimal by 10, 100, 1,000, or 10,000. Observe the patterns.

5th and 6th Grades

Money amounts given; Students tell the value of the underlined part; Place value with dollars and cents

2nd through 4th Grades

Place the money amounts in order, from least to greatest.

2nd through 4th Grades

Teachers use the included score sheets as students are asked to correctly read aloud the shown money amounts.

2nd through 4th Grades

Students cut out the two halves of the Number Reading Wheel, attach them together and spin to read the displayed money value aloud.

2nd through 4th Grades

Compare money amounts using words and symbols. Also includes a set of word problems. (example: $3.63 < $3.75)

2nd through 5th Grades

Another worksheet for comparing money amounts. (example: $5.61 < $5.73)

2nd through 5th Grades

Learn about basic decimals with tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.