Decimal Place Value

Age Range: 7 - 11
By: Vanessa Hall

This is a brilliant worksheet (available below), which contains a table with a number of blank spaces.

On the left of the sheet, different numbers should be written (involving figures ranging from thousandths to millions). Children should then rewrite this number on the other side of the sheet, by splitting the number into the following parts:

  • Millions
  • Hundreds of thousands
  • Tens of thousands
  • Thousands
  • Hundreds
  • Tens
  • Units
  • Tenths
  • Hundredths
  • Thousandths

If the worksheet was laminated it could be used time and time again.

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