Free printable ones tens hundreds charts for your next math lesson. Printable charts are a great way to make learning place value fun!
Young kids in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade benefit from visualizing numbers and amounts.
There are so many ways to use these number charts with your kids.
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What is a Ones Tens Hundreds Chart
A math tool to help children understand place value. Each chart has three sections: hundreds, tens, and ones. You can write each digit in the correct spot or use math manipulatives to show the number visually.
For example with the number 124:
- The 1 represents 100 because it is in the hundreds spot.
- The 2 represents 20 because it is in the tens spot.
- Finally the 4 represents 4 because it is in the ones spot.
Each digit holds a specific numerical value depending on its position.
- 100 X 1 = 100
- 10 X 2 = 20
- 1 X 4 = 4
Then when you add up all of the values you get a total of 124 as an amount.
How to Print
- Simply click the image to bring up a PDF version
- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Black and white designs will let you print off multiple copies while saving on ink. There is even a 3 hole punch friendly version that students can place within a binder.
If you are looking to use these as math mats, I would print off the chart on heavy weight paper. Cardstock is a great option and will create a sturdier mat.
Another option is to laminate the printable or place it within a clear plastic sleeve. There are so many ways to keep your charts in good conditions for multiple uses.
Skills to Practice
- 3 Digit Numbers
- Base 10 System
- Number Sense
- Ones Place
- Tens Place
- Hundreds Place
Understanding the concept of place value is a very important math skill for young children. Using a chart can help kids to visualize amounts. A lot of math is abstract, but kids benefit from a seeing the numbers when possible.
While using these place value charts, your kids can see how each digit holds a specific numerical value.
A great way to conceptualize large numbers. This can also help them understand basic addition and subtraction problems.
Each printable has three columns with labels for each section: hundreds, tens, and ones. Your kids can place base ten counting blocks or all different types of hands-on manipulative right onto the table.
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these 1s, 10s, and 100's charts are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.