Place Value Chart

Making use of a place value chart is an excellent idea when teaching the concepts of digit value depending on their placement within a given number.

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Printable Place Value Chart

I have a number of different place value charts for you to chose from.  Be sure to read the description of each to ensure you print the one you need.

Click on the image of the set you wish to print, to be taken to the Pdf Download.

This is your standard beginner chart for the ones position, so contains space for Ones' Tens' and Hundreds'.

This place value chart will have your student placing and rearranging digits to the Thousands - up to 999,999.

This chart goes up to the millions - the largest number it can contain is 999,999,999

This place value chart also goes to the millions, but also contains the first four decimal positions.

This is the largest place value chart I have.  It goes to Ten Billions and to five decimal positions.

This Place Value Chart was created on request, to assist kids with understanding place value to Ten Thousand, while simultaneously assisting with two decimal places to understand money.

Hopefully you can get exactly what you need here. If there is something very particular you are looking for, please don't hesitate to contact me.  I will do what I can to get you it.

Consider this.

When you are using these charts at home, rather than printing a huge batch of these, consider just printing off one, and laminating it.  Then, print off a sheet of digits (that will fit in the place value space) - this way, your kid can practice a huge set of numbers, without doing lots of writing and having stacks of paper being used.

Storing your Place Value Chart

Printing these off, having them laminated (or covered in contact paper) and storing in a ring binder is a very good idea.  You never know when you will have to whip them out, and revisit a concept with your kids.






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