Add these decimal place value charts to your collection of math tools in your classroom.
This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
Our decimal place value charts are designed to assist you as you teach decimals in your classroom.
Introducing the concept of decimals to your students? Start by creating class copies of these math tools.
We like printing ours on heavy cardstock and laminating for durability.
What is a decimal place value chart?
These free charts are tools that might be useful to those developing an understanding of decimals. They can be used to help you learn to read and write decimals.
This tool will help your students build understanding as they explore decimals and develop an understanding.
Our Decimal Place Value Charts
Our collection includes a range of choices so you can pick the ones that fit your students.
You will find full page options along with charts saved with four on a page.
For students just beginning, you might want to provide the chart that begins with hundreds and ends with hundredths.
Also included are options that begin with hundred-thousands and end with hundred-thousandths.
Finally, there is a version that begins with millions down to millionths.
There are also five pages that can be used to help students record numbers.
Give students a number containing decimals. They will then record the number correctly on the decimal chart. This will help them build an understanding of the digit in each larger number.
You can extend this activity by having students read aloud each number to a neighbor.
You can download these decimal place value charts here:
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