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Monday, October 27, 2014

How to Teach Place Value to 4th Grade, 5th Grade and 6th Grade

Place value is the value assigned to each place in a numeral, depending on the base of the number system.   It is an essential concept for students.  It is the foundation for all other math concepts.

How do you teach place value skills?

Below you will find four free videos, free printable products and paid products to help you teach place value to 4th, 5th and 6th grade students!


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These videos show some fun and high interest ways to teach place value in your classroom.

Place Value the $1.00 Way


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This 2 minute video gives you a game idea to continue in the classroom with individual white boards or chalkboards.


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This video shows how to rewrite expanded form using exponents.  It has been helpful for many students and is only 2-1/2 minutes long!



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Expanded Form - The Pizza Method



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 place value worksheets 5th 6th grade math

Concepts include writing the number in standard form, writing the place value of the underlined digit, writing the number in standard form (mixed order), finding the missing number, writing the decimal number in standard form, writing the decimal place value of the underlined digit and writing the number in expanded form. Answer keys are also provided. 

This packet is in black and white for more economical printing. There are 3 pages (10 place value problems per page) of practice per concept.

Here is a preview of the pages you will receive. You may also view the preview HERE.



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If you would like to try out a similar worksheet to what you will find in the packet, click HERE.


This worksheet works well as a review, test prep, bell ringer, formative assessment or as homework. Students will practice place value in expanded and standard form.

5th Grade Common Core Math:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NBT.A.2

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 place value task cards 5th 6th gradde

These cards work well as a review and test prep in your math stations or centers. You will receive 30 task cards, ideas for games and activities, a student response form and answer key.

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 place value crossword puzzle worksheet


This crossword puzzle works well for math morning work, early finishers, homework or emergency sub plans. An answer key is provided.

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 5th 6th grade math place value activities games task cards

Here are 30 task cards, ideas for activities and games, a student response form and answer key. These cards work well as a math review and test prep in math stations.

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 place value rods classroom set math centers stations manipulatives



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 place value dry erase boards


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 expanded notation strips


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 place value bulletin board set classroom materials

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