Printable place value worksheets for 1st Grade:

Ten and Ones (eg. 17 = __ ten and __ ones)

Count Tens & Ones (with pictures)

Count Tens & Ones (with place value charts)

Tens and Ones (eg. 73 = __ tens and __ ones)

Add Tens & Ones (with pictures)

Add Tens & Ones (eg. 60 + 4 = )

1 more, 1 less, 10 more, 10 less

### Place Value Charts Tens & Ones Worksheets

Using a place value chart is an excellent way to visually represent and record the value of each digit within a two-digit number.

- Set Up the Place Value Chart:

Draw or create a place value chart on a whiteboard or paper. It should have two columns labeled “Tens” and “Ones.”
- Introduce the Two-Digit Number:

Choose a two-digit number, for example, 47.
- Break Down the Number:

Break down the number into its tens and ones places. For 47 = 4 tens 7 ones
- Record in the Place Value Chart:

In the “Tens” column, write the number of tens, which is 4.

In the “Ones” column, write the number of ones, which is 7.
- Name the Number:

State the name of the number based on the place value chart. For 47, you can say, “The number is forty-seven.”
- Practice with Various Numbers:

Repeat the process with different two-digit numbers. Encourage students to actively participate and fill in the place value chart.

Using a place value chart is a powerful tool to visually represent and understand the composition of two-digit numbers. It provides a clear structure for recording tens and ones, helping students build a solid foundation in place value concepts.

Have a look at this video if you need to review the place values of tens and ones using a place value chart.

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