# 25+ Place Value Blocks Worksheets | Free Printable

You can represent a number with many elements and in many ways. This article will provide you with place value blocks worksheets. The place value blocks are elements that represent a number’s place value. A small cube or block is the primary element to represent place values with blocks. A column of 10 blocks represents 10. Furthermore, 10 columns make a surface and determine hundred as hundred small blocks are there together.

This article is introducing you to a number of funny and interactive activities to find place values by using place value blocks worksheets. This worksheet will improve **the number and counting sense** of your kiddos. Hopefully, they will love the worksheet.

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## 15 Fun Activities to Find Numbers in Place Value Blocks

Here, we will discuss 11 funny activities on finding numbers and mathematical operations in place value blocks worksheets. This is a very **basic mathematical operation** regarding numbers. This will help you guys to increase your mathematical sense as well as number sense. You may improve your fraction skills here. Follow the activities carefully and practice them in the worksheets.

### Number Sense in Ten Frames

This is a very elementary activity of all the activities. Your kiddo needs to count the colored circle or dots within ten. Help them to count the numbers carefully and write down the regarding numbers in the blank space. This will help your kiddoâ€™s counting sense.

### Make 10 with Ten Frames

This is another level of the former activity. Here, your kiddos will be given a total of 10 numbers of dots or circles. Among them, some of the circles are colored. But your kiddo needs to find out how many dots are needed to be filled to get the total of ten colored dots. This will also increase your kiddoâ€™s counting and subtraction sense.

### Addition with Ten Frames

This is an easy task. You have given a number of dots in two sets. You just need to count the dots and add them together. After addition, write the result in the blank space. This will increase your kiddieâ€™s addition sense.

### Grouping Blocks into Tens and Ones

This is another counting activity. Here you need to count all the blocks first. Then separate them as tens. For example, if you have 24 small blocks, then separate them into 2 columns of ten and 4 separate small blocks. You can group the blocks in this way.

### Counting Tens and Ones

Here, you need to count how many tens columns are there and how many small blocks are there. Write down the number of tens columns and the number of ones small blocks in the specific place. Then write down the number in the blank space. This will increase your counting skills.

### Breaking Numbers into Tens and Ones

This activity is totally opposite to the previous activity. Here, numbers are given, and all you need to represent the numbers with blocks and draw them in a specific space. You should bear in mind that columns built with blocks are representing tens. To represent 34, you need three columns and 4 small blocks.

### Addition with Ones and Tens Blocks

Here, you need to add the numbers by representing them with blocks. For example, if you want to add 21 and 36, you need to represent 21 by 2 columns of blocks and one small block and 36 by three columns of blocks and 6 small blocks. As result, you will find 5 columns of blocks and 7 small blocks. So, you will find the sum 57.

### Subtraction with Ones and Tens Blocks

Here, you need to subtract the numbers by representing them with blocks. For example, if you want to subtract 21 from 36, you need to represent 36 by 3 columns of blocks and 6 small blocks and 21 by two columns of blocks and 1 small block. As result, you will find 1 column of blocks and 5 small blocks. So, you will find the result is 15.

### Multiplication and Division of Base Ten Blocks

Here, all you need to multiply and divide numbers. For multiplication 12 and 10 can be multiplied and get the result 120. All 12, 10, and 120 will be represented with a set of blocks. Similarly, for division, you need to divide 100 by 5 and get the result 20. These numbers are also represented with blocks.

### Count and Compare Two Digit Numbers

It is also a counting activity. Count the blocks and write the numbers below the blocks. Then, compare the numbers. Use greater than or less than signs in the given circle for comparison.

### Count the Three-Digit Numbers with Place Value Blocks

This is an upgraded activity. You need to count the blocks here also. But remember that every plane of blocks represents a hundred and a column of blocks represents ten. For example, if there are two planes and five columns of blocks then the number is 250.

### Ten Blocks Conversion into Thousands

This action is comparable to the one before it. Simply count the worksheets’ columns and planes. Note the number of thousands in that particular location.

### Match the Number by Counting Place Value Blocks

This is a matching activity. Count the blocks and get the number. Then match the number with the given numbers with the blocks like in the following picture. This challenge will increase your kiddoâ€™s counting and matching ability.

Â### Base Ten Mats

Utilize these printable base ten-block mats to improve children’s place value abilities! Give them a 3- or 4-digit number to dictation and ask them to place each digit in the proper column. These mats can be altered to meet the changing demands of the students.

Â### Base Ten Charts

Make use of these pdf charts to teach kids about place value concepts like how 10 ones make a ten, 10 tens make a hundred, and 10 hundred make a thousand.

Â## Download the Worksheet

This article is providing you with a handful number of place value blocks worksheets. Every activity has different worksheets after every section of this article. So press the download button in the pdf section and download the worksheets for more practice. If you want to get all the worksheets together, donâ€™t worry. I have attached the compiled pdf in this segment for your convenience. Feel free to give any kind of feedback or ask questions in the comment section.

Enjoy the activities with your young champ.

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