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Printable worksheets on place value, reading and writing large numbers, ordering numbers, expanded form, and digit values.
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Place Value: 2 Digits
Write the 2-digit number represented by each set of place value blocks.Tens and Ones Free
Tell how many tens and ones are in each number.Underlined Digit (2-Digit) Member
Write the value of the underlined digits.Expanded Form (2-Digit) Member
Write these 2-digit numbers in expanded form."I have.. Who Has..." (2-Digit) Member
This whole-class "I have, Who has" card game has pictures of place value blocks. Includes 30 cards, instructions, and an answer key.Read the Numbers (2-Digit) Member
Say the names of the 2-digit numbers.Abacus Place Value (2-Digit) Member
State the two-digit number that is displayed on each abacus picture.Place Value Mat (2-Digit) Member
Use place value blocks and this learning mat to explore 2-digit numbers.Dancing Pigs (2-Digit) Member
Each dancing pig has a 2-digit number on it. Order the pigs from least to greatest.Ordering Numbers: Least to Greatest (2-Digit) Member
Place the numbers in order, starting with the smallest.Ordering: Card Sort Game (2-Digit) Member
Cut out the number cards and place them in order from least to greatest. This activity can be used as a learning center, for small groups, or as a whole-class activity. This file includes 5 different card sets.More & Less (2-Digit) Member
Students must read the given number and tell what comes before and after. They also have to add ten and subtract ten.
Place Value: 3 Digits
What 3-digit numbers are represented by the base-10 place value blocks?Hundreds, Tens and Ones Member
Read each 3-digit number and tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones are in each number.Underlined Digit (3-Digit) Free
Write the value of the underlined digits.Expanded Form: Hundreds Member
Write these 3-digit numbers in expanded form."I have.. Who Has..." Member
This whole-class "I have, Who has" card game has pictures of place value blocks. Includes 30 cards, instructions, and an answer key.Read the Numbers (3-Digit) Member
Say the names of the 3-digit numbers. Includes a parent read aloud and a quiz.Ordering: Card Sort Game (3-Digit) Member
Cut apart the three-digit number cards and sort them in order from least to greatest. This file includes 5 different card sets.Word Name (3-Digit) Member
Write each word name in standard form. Then write each standard form number in word name form. Includes numbers up to 999.Ancient Egyptian Numbers (3-Digit) Member
The ancient Egyptian number system is similar to our own. In this lesson, students will learn to read and write three-digit numbers and their Ancient Egyptian equivalents.Abacus Place Value (3 Digit) Member
Determine which 3-digit number is shown on each abacus picturePlace Value Mat (3-Digit) Member
Place base 10 blocks on the place value mat to learn about 3-digit numbers.Standard Form - Word Name - Expanded Member
Cut out the number strips and sort them into groups of equivalent numbers. Also tell which are written in standard form, which are word names, and which are written in expanded form.Dancing Pigs (3-Digit) Member
Each of the adorable dancing pigs has a 3-digit number. Cut, sort, and glue the pigs in order from least to greatest.Rearranging Digits (3 Digit) Member
Make the smallest and largest number possible by rearranging the given digits.More & Less (3-Digit) Member
Students must read the given number and tell what comes before and after. They also have to add ten and subtract ten.Number Match (3-Digit) Member
Draw straight lines to match each three-digit number with its word name.Place Value Chart (3-Digit) Member
Make your own three digit numbers with this place value chart.
Place Value: 4 Digits
What 4-digit number is represented by the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones in the pictures of place value blocks?Place Value (4-digit numbers) Member
Place value blocks (base 10 blocks) and expanded form.Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones Member
Read the 4-digit numbers and tell how many thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones are in each.Underlined Digit (4-Digit) Member
Write the value for each of the underlined digits.Ancient Egyptian Numbers (4-Digit) Member
The ancient Egyptian place value system is very similar to our own. In this activity, students will learn to read and write ancient Egyptian numbers using a simple place value method.Ancient Egyptian: Part 2 Member
This is a continuation of the other Ancient Egyptian worksheet. This time, kids use Ancient Egyptian numbers as a model for creating their own base-10 number system.Expanded Form Elephants: Thousands Member
Write the numbers in expanded form, 4-digits; Elephant themeOrdering: Card Sort Game (4-Digit) Member
Cut the sheets of cards apart. Students sort them from least to greatest.Place Value Cut & Glue (4-Digit) Member
Cut the rectangles and match the equivalent numbers. Then tell whether each is written in standard form, word name form, or expanded form.Word Name (Thousands) Member
Write the word name for each number; Up to 9,999.Expanded Form: Thousands Member
Write the numbers in expanded form; up to 4-digits.Abacus Place Value (4-Digit) Member
Write the four-digit numbers that are shown on the abacus illustrations.Place Value Mat (4-Digit) Member
Use place value blocks to build 4-digit numbers up to 9,999.Read the Numbers: 4-Digit Member
Say the names of the 4-digit numbers. Includes a homework page and a quiz.Math Riddle: Dirty Bats Member
On this math worksheet, students will write the four-digit numbers in standard form. Then match the numbers with the letters to find the answer to a funny riddle.Dancing Pigs (4-Digit) Member
These dancing pigs have 4-digit numbers on them. Sort the pigs in order from least to greatest.Rearranging Digits (4-Digit) Member
Make the largest and smallest number possible by arranging the given digits.Digit Challenges Member
Students must use the digits in the box to find the answers to the questions; Up to 4 digits.More & Less (4-Digit) Member
Students add 1, 10, and 100 to each number on the table. They then subtract 1, 10, and 100 from each number.Place Value Chart (4-Digit) Member
Rearrange digits on the chart to build 4-digit numbers.
Place Value: 5 Digits
How many of these 5-digit numbers can your students correctly say?Underlined Digit (5-Digit) Member
State the value of the underlined digits.Ordering: Card Sort Game (5-Digit) Member
Students cut the five-digit number cards and lay them out on their desk in order from least to greatest.Scoot Game: Place Value (5-Digit) Member
In this game, a teacher attaches a place value task card to each desk in the classroom. Students write the answer to the question on each card as they "scoot" around the room.Mystery Numbers (5-Digit) Member
Use the clues to figure out each mystery number.Expanded Form (5-Digit) Member
Write the expanded form of each 5-digit number shown.Place Value Cut & Glue (Ten Thousands) Member
Cut out the pieces and organize them into groups of equal numbers. Also, classify each as standard form, word name, or expanded form.Abacus Place Value (5-Digit) Member
Which five-digit number is represented by each abacus picture?Ancient Egyptian Numbers (5-Digit) Member
Write the ancient Egyptian numbers using the chart. Surprisingly, Ancient Egyptians' place value system worked a lot like our own number system.Place Value Chart (5-Digit) Member
Read and write large numbers with this five-digit place value table.
Place Value: 6 Digits
Write the value for each of the given underlined digits.Underlined Digit Member
Students give the value of the underlined digit; Numbers up to hundred thousands.Number Match Worksheet Member
Match the word name with the standard form number; Numbers up to hundred thousands.Word Name (Hundred Thousands) Member
Write the word name for each number; Up to 999,999Place Value Cut & Glue (6-Digit) Member
Cut out the rectangles and organize them into groups of equivalent numbers. Also, classify each as standard form, word name, or expanded form.Mystery Numbers Member
Figure out the mystery numbers by putting the digits in the correct place; Place value up to hundred thousands.Ordering: Card Sort Game (6-Digit) Member
Place the number cards in order from smallest to largest.Abacus Place Value (6-Digit) Member
State the six-digit number that is shown on each abacus.Read the Numbers: 6-Digit Member
Say the names of the 6-digit numbers. Includes a homework sheet and a test.Rearranging Digits (6-Digit Numbers) Member
Students rearrange the sets of 6 digits to make the smallest number and the largest number possible.Place Value Puzzlers Member
Students answer the place value questions; Up to hundred thousands placePlace Value Chart (6-Digit) Member
Insert digits into the cells of this table to build 6-digit numbers.
Place Value: 7+ Digits
Cut the place values and glue them above the digits, then color the numbers according to the directions; up to millions.Place Value Cut & Glue (7-Digit) Member
Cut the rectangles and match the equivalent numbers. Then tell whether each is written in expanded form, word name, or standard form.Place and Value Worksheet Free
Read the numbers, then tell the place and value of the underlined digit; Up to 10 millions.Adding Commas Member
Look at the numbers and add commas in the correct places; Numbers up to hundred millionsUnderlined Digit (7-Digit) Member
Read each 7-digit number and write the value of the underlined digit.Read the Numbers: 7-Digit Member
Say the names of the 7-digit numbers. Includes a homework sheet and a test.Ordering: Card Sort Game (7-Digit) Member
Place the number cards in order from smallest to largest.Expanded Form: Millions Member
Make large numbers even larger by writing them in expanded form; up to millions place.Place Value Chart (7-Digit) Member
Practice creating and reading huge 7-digit numbers with this place value table.
Place Value: 10+ Digits
Cut the rectangles and match the equivalent numbers. Then tell whether each is written in expanded form, word name, or standard form.
Place Value: MoneyMoney Place Value Member
Money amounts given; Students tell the value of the underlined part; Place value with dollars and cents
Place Value: DecimalsDecimal Number Match Member
Tell which word name corresponds with the standard form decimal number.Ordering: Card Sort Game - Tenths Member
These cards have decimal numbers (tenths) on them. Cut the cards and arrange them in order from least to greatest.Ordering: Card Sort Game - Hundredths Member
Arrange the decimal number cards in order from smallest value to greatest value.
Place Value: Any LevelDigit Game Member
Students are given digits. Students arrange the digits to make the numbers given by the teacher.
Also on Super Teacher Worksheets...Hundreds Charts
A whole page of super teacher worksheets dedicated to hundreds charts, ninety-nine charts, and place value charts.Rounding Numbers Worksheets
Worksheets for rounding to the nearest hundreds place and tens place. Decimal rounding worksheets too."Greater Than" and "Less Than" Worksheets
Worksheets for comparing numbers using the symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to.Decimal Worksheets
Basic decimals, decimal place value charts, decimal rounding, and more.