Printable place value charts to use when teaching young children math. These tens and ones charts are great introduction to place value!
Charts are perfect to use as math mats when working with hands-on manipulatives.
Great learning resources for kids in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Or for any child who is ready to learn about double digit numbers!
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How to Print
- Click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version of the sheet
- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Printer friendly using only minimal ink. You can even find a version that has room for you to 3 hole punch along the top to place it within a math binder!
As a former math teacher, I know how important it is to make sure all the text shows when placing a sheet within a binder. Its the little things!
You can also print off each one then laminate the set. Once laminated, kids can draw directly onto the printable. Laminating also keeps them in good condition for multiple years.
Another great option is to print off onto card stock or a heavy weight paper instead of plain printer paper.
- basic design to help kids stay focused without being distracted by a busy printable
- kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and even 3rd graders can benefit from these charts
A great graphic organizer when learning about double digit numbers. Kids can keep them in their math folder or binder.
What is a Tens and Ones Chart?
Tens and ones charts let kids break apart a number by each digits position. There is a column for the tens place and another column for the ones place.
A great resource for young children who are exploring how a digits position within a number has an affect on its value.
For example, with the number 23, the 2 represents two tens (20) and the 3 represents 3 ones (3).
- 10 X 2 = 20
- 1 X 3 = 23
When added together, you create 23 as an amount.
Skills to Practice
- 2 Digit Numbers
- Ones Place
- Tens Place
- Number Sense
- Place Value
You can use these math charts when learning the difference between single and double digit numbers. Breaking a part a number to show each digits numerical value is so beneficial for kids.
Great when adding and subtracting, kids can show the operation right on the chart with manipulatives. I love using these with math cubes.
A basic chart to use with kids who are exploring double digit numbers. You can place hands-on manipulatives directly onto the printable. Having a visual representation is so important for kids who are building foundational math skills.
If you are looking for a vertical version the next two printables are for you. One is perfect to use a math mat while the other can be placed within a math binder. Kids can place counting cubes directly onto the math mat.
Ready for more math activities?
- Tens and Ones Worksheets are the perfect sheets to go along with these charts
- Addition color by number worksheets are a fun way to practice adding single and double digit numbers.
- Make counting 1-20 fun with this set of 20 Number Recognition Worksheets
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These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free tens and ones place value charts are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.