Welcome to the Place Value worksheets page at Math-Drills.com! This page includes Place value worksheets for whole numbers and decimals including place value charts. Students who have a good understanding of place value will certainly excel at math. They will be better at estimating, calculating, and conceptualizing and may go on to great mathematical success in school and beyond.

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Place value charts for students who need a little help understanding place value.

These charts are also useful for students who tend to forget to put place holder 0's in their numbers or put too many place holder 0's in their numbers (e.g. 132 written as 100302). We've included multiple lines on each place value chart, so things like addition and subtraction can be accomplished on them without mixing up the digits in the addends, etc.

Identifying place worksheets with small to large number options and different number format options.

Starting at the very beginning, students learn the names of numbers and probably how to count. They may start encountering individual numbers in writing, and learn how to identify them. Then things start getting complicated! Two- and three-digit numbers start to enter their lives and they must learn how to name those, and that is when a good knowledge of place comes in handy. In order to say the number 793, for example, children must know that the 7 is in the hundreds place, the 9 is in the tens place and the 3 is in the ones place to be able to say, "Seven hundred ninety-three." The worksheets below help students in identifying place only. The next section includes worksheets for naming the value of the numbers in each place.

Place value worksheets with small to large number options and different number format options.

In these place value worksheets, students are asked to identify the value of the indicated digit. For example, in the number 345, the 4 means 4 tens or 40. The ability to see value in digits based on their place is essential in understanding the math that students encounter later on.