Interactive Place Value Chart - Digital & Printable
Want to make place value hands-on and interactive? This printable and digital chart will have your students moving and manipulating numbers to help them gain a better understanding of their place value all year long! There are printable student versions and digital copies in Google Slides for individual use.
With both a printable and digital version at your fingertips, you have options! You can have students use the large chart on a wall, bulletin board, or whiteboard in conjunction with individual student charts for those at their seats (great inside of a dry erase pocket). You can also pull one of the place value chart variations up on a Smartboard and allow students to have their own digital copy in Google Slides on a device.
You’ll love how adaptable this resource is! The printable wall chart can be customized to any length to fit the place values or skills that you’re teaching (whole numbers or decimals).
Use this resource during an observation (others have!) to show how your students are able to go beyond worksheets and get hands-on and interactive with place value.
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Introduce basic place value skills by reading numbers to your students and having them form the number in standard form on the chart.
As you progress to more complex skills, use a double chart to show how to compare numbers by finding the greatest place value where the digits in the two numbers differ.
In upper elementary, this chart is perfect for showing students how to multiply and divide numbers by powers of 10, as they can shift the digits on the chart to show how their value increases or decreases.
What You Get
- Pieces to assemble a large interactive place value chart (place values tenths to hundred billions to be printed on half-sheets with printable digits 0-9 to be placed on top of them, decimal points and commas, powers of 10 cards to display under each place value, letters for the “place value” title, arrows with x10, ÷10, and x1/10, cards saying “Number A” and “Number B”, and arrows with the terms whole numbers and parts of a whole to display under the place value chart (on either side of the decimal point).
- Individual charts for student use - single, double, and triple charts with and without the place value names, as well as double place value charts with an area to create a comparison between Number A and Number B. (There are 5 variations of each of the chart options: ones to thousands, ones to hundred millions, ones to hundred billions, thousandths to hundred millions, and thousandths to hundred billions)
You will receive the following place value variations:
- hundred millions to thousandths
- millions to thousandths
- hundred thousands to thousandths
- hundred millions to ones
- millions to ones
- hundred thousands to ones
- thousands to ones
Each of the place value charts listed above comes in the following formats:
- single place value chart with x10 and ÷10 symbols
- double place value chart with x10 and ÷10 symbols
- single place value chart without x10 and ÷10 symbols
- double place value chart without x10 and ÷10 symbols
- double place value chart with comparison option
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students LOVED this place value chart. I have it posted in my classroom as well as having it on google slides for an interactive board on my promethean board. The kids love exploring it and it is super easy to use as well as visually appealing. Cannot say enough good things about this purchase! - Kelly L.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students absolutely LOVE engaging with this interactive resource every day during their center time. It really helps to leave a meaningful impact that the students remember. - Sheila D
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is a WONDERFUL resource when teaching place value. The interactive pieces really helped my students understand place value and not just by learning tricks. I kept it up all year long and referred to it throughout the year. - Kristie V.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ One of my best purchases. Place value is such a major theme throughout every single unit in 4th grade. This stayed up in my room and was referenced all year! I love that this resource can be used in so many different grade levels and is so easily adaptable. - Kendra L.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I absolutely love, love love this resource! I used this place value resource during an observation I was having with an administrator. He loved how it was hands-on for the students and that the students were engaged with it. - Kelsie B.