Decimal Place Value Chart

Welcome to our Decimal Place Value Chart collection.

Here you will find our range of place value charts with decimals.

Please let us know at the bottom of the page if the chart you are looking for is not here!

Place Value Learning

Children start their learning journey in Math when they start to count. When they are confindent counting small groups of objects and getting beyond 10, they then begin to develop their understanding of place value up to 100 and beyond.

When they have understood how place value with whole numbers works, they can start learning about place value with decimals.

Our selection of free math place value worksheets has been split into different areas below so that you can more easily find the right sheet for your child.

Decimal Place Value Charts

We have a range of different decimal place value charts for you to print.

Each chart comes in several different forms so that you can choose the one that most suits your needs.

The first chart has headings and one space below to record a number. There are multiple charts on each page.

The second chart has headings and enough space for 10 numbers below.

The third chart type is an eco-print chart that uses minimal black ink to print.

Place Value Chart 1

Place Value Chart 2

Place Value Chart 3

Place Value Chart 4

Place Value Chart 5

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Place Value Charts & Grids

We also have a selection of place value charts without decimals.

The charts are of a similar format to those on this page, but do not go into decimal place value.

The charts cover a range of numbers from billions to ones.

They are a good supporting resource for children who are finding place value difficult.

They are also a good way to get children to become familiar with how the number system works.

Our place value grids are also visual aids to support children's understanding of place value.

They are a very useful resources to help children convert to and from expanded form.

Place Value BIG Numbers

Welcome to our BIG Number Place Value area.

Here you will find sheets to help your child learn their place value to 10 million.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • Know how to read and write numbers to 10 million;
  • Understand place value to 10 million.
  • Solve place value problems.

All the 4th grade math worksheets in this section support elementary math benchmarks.

Place Value Decimals Worksheets

Here you will find our selection of Place Value involving Decimals with up to 2 decimal places (2dp).

Using these sheets will help your child learn to:

  • learn their place value with decimals up to 2dp;
  • understand the value of each digit in a decimal number;
  • learn to read and write numbers with up to 2dp.

All the free Place Value Worksheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Grades 4 and 5.

Place Value Practice Zone

In our Math Place Value Practice area, you can practice your place value skills, adding thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. You can even use this area for adding on decimals: tenths and hundredths.

You can select the numbers you want to practice with, and print out your results when you have finished.

You can also use the practice zone for benchmarking your performance, or using it with a group of children to gauge progress.


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