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Place Values - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds

2.NBT.1
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Grade 2 Base Ten - 2.NBT.1

What are the place values (Ones, Tens, Hundreds)? The concept of place values is crucial to understand numbers and counting in mathematics. Every digit in math has a place value, and this value is determined by the position of the digit in a number. Understanding place values will help you write numbers in their expanded forms. Here is an example of an expanded form; 13,548 = 10,000 + 3,000 + 500 + 40 + 8. Taking the number 597, for example. Each digit in the number 597 holds a unique position and value. 5: The first digit in the number is five, which sits at the hundred's position. 9: The second digit in the number is 9, which sits at the ten's position. 7: The third digit in the number is 7, which sits at the unit's position. Hundred's Place The digit on the hundred's place tells the number of hundreds in a number. In the number 597 there are five hundreds; 100+100+100+100+100=500 Ten's Place The digit on the ten's place tells the number of tens in a number. In the number 597 there are nine tens; 10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10=90 Unit's Place The last digit in every number tells the number of ones in a number. In the number 597 there are seven ones; 1+1+1+1+1+1+1=7 The expanded form of 597 is; 597=500+90+7 With this large collection of worksheets students learn the concept and use of the first three place values.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons




Homework Sheets

We use place value boxes and models to help this skill sink in for students.

  • Homework 1- What is the value of model below?
  • Homework 2- Find the value of place value blocks.
  • Homework 3- What is the value of the underlined digit?



Practice Worksheets

I enlarged the size of all of these blocks. You should be able to easily tell the place values.

  • Practice 1- Write the number that represented by the model below.
  • Practice 2- Find the final value of the following problems.
  • Practice 3- Write the missing numbers.



Math Skill Quizzes

Each quiz is a little different in format. I used the two common spatial models for place values too.

  • Quiz 1- What number is shown below?
  • Quiz 2- More block attack math.
  • Quiz 3- This covers all the skills we explored with this topic.