# Printable Place Value Worksheets

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**Place Value worksheet categories**or click here for our complete list of free Place Value exercises and worksheets.

2 Digit Numbers

We have a large selection of place value worksheets and exercises for math grades 1 to 5, based on 2 digit numbers, 3 digit numbers, 4 digits, 5 digits and larger numbers based on the Singapore math curriculum.

In

**grade 1**math students will learn all about ones and tens and place value of 2 digit numbers. Math

**level 2**covers 3 digit numbers up to 1,000 with hundreds, tens and ones. For bot grade levels we have worksheets with place value charts, biggest and greatest worksheets, expanded form worksheets, value of the underlined digit worksheets and rearranging and making numbers worksheets

**Math classes 3 and 4**will work with 4 and 5 digit numbers, including ten thousands and thousands. Challenging are the activities 'What Number?' in which reading clues will lead to the value of numbers and digits. Other skills covered are: expanded form, standard form worksheets, place value charts worksheets, underlined digits worksheets, value of place values worksheets, making numbers with digits, greatest and smallest and so on.

**Grade level 5 (or 6)**covers the larger numbers including hundred thousands and millions. The millions place value worksheets such as adding commas worksheets can be very challenging.

We also have a bunch of worksheets based on the place value of decimals suited for math levels 4 and 5. These include: decimal charts, determine between which 2 whole numbers a decimal finds itself, underlined decimal places, Decimal number lines, and writing decimals.

Our Place Value worksheets are closely related to our Number Sense, Comparing numbers and Rounding Off worksheets.

Our Place Value worksheets are based on the following

**Singaporean Curriculum math topics:**- Being able to read and analyze place value charts
- Being able to recognize place value in numbers
- Being able to use ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands and millions
- Understand the place value of decimal numbers
- Being able to determine value of underlined digits
- Being able to write the expanded form of numbers
- Being able to write the standard form of numbers.

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