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Free!! Here you have four examples of place value charts to the billions! The one in color with the fun numbers would be great to copy on card stock, laminate, and give to students for notebooks as a study sheet! These would be great for third to fifth graders as a visual to use to remember place value to the billions!I hope this helps your students with this tough concept!

Here you have four examples of place value charts to the billions! The one in color with the fun numbers would be great to copy on card stock, laminate, and give to students for notebooks as a study sheet! These would be great for third to fifth gr

This would be great for journals.  I love how it is color coded and the lines connect to the corresponding value on the other side of the decimal.  Another visual reminder that there is no "oneths" place.  :)

This would be great for journals. I love how it is color coded and the lines connect to the corresponding value on the other side of the decimal. Another visual reminder that there is no "oneths" place.

first grade math worksheets place value tens ones 2

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A free printable place value worksheet for 2nd grade math lesson plans.

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Place value die... a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers... hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc - Image only, but the image is inspiration enough!

Place value die. a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers. hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc. Students can also build numbers with bean sticks or unifix cubes if they're not ready for base 10 blocks

Roll 2 dice to make a number, draw it, and write how many tens and how many ones

Roll 2 dice to make a number, draw it, and write how many tens and how many ones -- kids love it! 4 different levels, this is easiest one:) math center idea!