Place Value Chart {Interactive Paper Version}

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This resource is also part of a bundle with a digital option in Google Slides - great for distance learning!

This interactive place value chart will allow your students to practice skills pertaining to number sense. This hands-on resource will allow students to create numbers, manipulate numbers, compare values of numbers as well as digits and see different aspects of the place value chart, such as the increase and decrease in powers of ten from one place to the next.

What You Get

  • Place value places from hundred billions down to thousandths (I use two sets to compare two different numbers)
  • Number A and Number B signs to allow for digit value comparisons (5.NBT.1)
  • Numbers to be used on the board (make as many copies of each number as you need)
  • Arrows with x10 and ÷10 to show the increase and decrease in powers of ten as you move across the chart
  • Place Value Title
  • Individual Student Place Value charts so that they can work at their own desks while another student is using the large chart.
  • Templates for students to complete the 4 operations (perfect to laminate or stick inside of dry erase pockets)
  • addition - whole numbers and decimals
  • subtraction - whole numbers and decimals
  • multiplication - 4x1, 4x2, 4x3, 3x3, 3x2, 3x1, 2x2
  • division, 2x1, 3x1, 4x1, 2x2, 3x2, 4x2 (with and without remainders)

There are 4 sets (ones to hundred millions, ones to hundred billions, thousandths to hundred millions, thousandths to hundred billions). EACH set includes:
  • a single page with one place value chart with and without labels
  • a page that includes 3 place value charts (you cut these into strips and can get 3 students' charts from each page - save paper!) with and without labels
  • a page with two sets of place value charts for comparison of numbers and digits with and without labels
  • a page with two sets of place value charts with a comparison statement (>, <, or =) on the bottom with and without labels)
You will also receive a simpler place value chart that will show each place's name along with its value in both whole number, decimal, and fraction form.

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