teaching resource

# Place Value Charts — Printable Math Mats

• Updated:  03 Oct 2023

Practice place value concepts, addition, and subtraction with a printable set of free place value charts.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  4 Pages

• Differentiated:  Yes

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teaching resource

# Place Value Charts — Printable Math Mats

• Updated:  03 Oct 2023

Practice place value concepts, addition, and subtraction with a printable set of free place value charts.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  4 Pages

• Differentiated:  Yes

Practice place value concepts, addition, and subtraction with a printable set of free place value charts.

## No-Prep Math Graphic Organizers!

Graphic organizers are an essential tool in math, specifically for young learners. Their visual framework greatly enhances comprehension and learning of otherwise abstract concepts. With these tools, students can categorize information, identify patterns, and establish relationships between mathematical ideas, developing logical reasoning and spatial awareness. This helps our youngest students grasp more complex math concepts quickly, laying a solid foundation for future success. In mathematics education, incorporating high-quality visual organization tools can be a total game-changer.

## Pick a Printable Graphic Organizer for Math

Use these work mats in your math class when working on place value concepts. We’ve included modified versions of two  maths mats, as described below:

• Ones, Tens and Hundreds Place Value Mat with Unit Divisions
• Ones, Tens and Hundreds Place Value Mat without Unit Divisions
• Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands Place Value Mat with Unit Divisions
• Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands Place Value Mat without Unit Divisions

## Place Value Game Idea

Need a fun place value game idea to add to your lesson plans? Try this game that incorporates a basic game of playing cards and your new math math!

Aim – To create the largest number possible with 3 or 4 numbers.

Equipment

• Teach Starter place value mat
• 1 pack of cards

How to play

1. Take out the face cards, shuffle and place the cards face down.
2. Students then pick three or four cards depending on their skill level.
3. They must then create the largest number they can using the numbers.
4. To turn it into a game, provide each student with a place value mat and deal out the cards.
5. At the same time, each student picks three or four cards from their pile of cards.
6. The student that can make the largest number wins!

Differentiation – Students can use place value mats with just tens and ones or for a harder activity use thousands, hundreds and ones.