Place Value Models

Place Value Models

Place value models are an intuitive way of helping kids conceptualize numbers.  And as an added bonus they reinforce geometrical concepts that will be useful later one.  Two-for-one learning…can’t be beat.

There are four types of groupings you’ll find in these worksheets:

  • Units: single bocks (1’s)
  • Rods: rows of ten units (10’s)
  • Flats:  groups of ten rows (100’s)
  • Cubes: Groups of ten flats (1,000’s)

Count up the number of cubes, that’s the number of thousands.  Count up the number of flats, that’s the number of hundreds…and so on.  You get it.  And so will your kid.

This worksheet is a fun way to reinforce some important concepts.

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