# 5th Grade Place Value Charts & Activities Bundle - Printable

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Want to make place value hands-on? Are you looking for interactive ways to teach various place value skills with your students?  This printable chart and activities set is jam-packed with resources!  They’ll have your students moving and manipulating numbers to help them gain a better understanding of their place value all year long!

The activities are low-prep and perfect for teacher-led instruction, student-led practice, intervention, or grab-and-go centers.  Students can use the large chart on a wall, bulletin board, or white board in conjunction with printable individual student charts for those at their seats (great inside of a dry erase pocket).

You’ll love how adaptable this resource is!  The large chart is easy to customize to any length in order to fit the place values or skills that you’re teaching (whole numbers or decimals).  The individual charts come in multiple variations, so you have options and can provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all learners.

Skills Covered

Use this resource during an observation (others have!) to show how your students are able to go beyond worksheets and get hands-on and interactive with place value.

Supports Common Core Standards (CCSS) 5.NBT.1, 5.NBT.2, 5.NBT.3a, 5.NBT.3b, 5.NBT.4

## How Can You Use This?

Introduce basic place value skills with the teacher-led activity by reading numbers to your students and having them form the number in standard form on the chart.  Provide your students with their own place value chart (I suggest using them inside a dry erase pocket) and recording sheet.

As you progress to more complex skills, use a double chart to show how to compare numbers by finding the greatest place value where the digits in the two numbers differ.

In upper elementary, this chart is perfect for showing students how to multiply and divide numbers by powers of 10, as they can shift the digits on the chart to show how their value increases or decreases.

As students become familiar with each skill and activity, you can utilize the student-led copies of each of the activities and have them review with a partner - perfect for classwork, centers, or small group intervention.

Using the activities with a hands-on place value chart will allow students to create numbers, manipulate numbers, compare values of numbers as well as digits and see different aspects of the place value chart, such as the increase and decrease in powers of ten from one place to the next.

## What You Get

Interactive Place Value Chart

• Pieces to assemble a large interactive place value chart (place values tenths to hundred billions to be printed on half-sheets with printable digits 0-9 to be placed on top of them, decimal points and commas,  powers of 10 cards to display under each place value, letters for the “place value” title, arrows with x10, ÷10, and x1/10, cards saying “Number A” and “Number B”, and arrows with the terms whole numbers and parts of a whole to display under the place value chart (on either side of the decimal point).
• Individual charts for student use - single, double, and triple charts with and without the place value names, as well as double place value charts with an area to create a comparison between Number A and Number B.  (Whole number variations ranging from the ones place to the hundred billions and decimal variations ranging from thousandths to hundred billions - all variations in between).

5 Sets of Activities:

• 5.NBT.1 Place Value (10x and 1/10)
• 5.NBT.2 Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
• 5.NBT.3a Reading and Writing Decimals
• 5.NBT.3b Comparing Decimals
• 5.NBT.4 Rounding Decimals

Each Set of Activities Includes:

• Teacher Directions Page
• Student Directions Page
• 1-2 Teacher-Led Whole # Activities and 1-2 Decimal Activities***
• 1-2 Student-Led Whole # Activities and 1-2 Decimal Activities***
• Student Recording Sheets

***The activities for comparing and rounding decimals do not include practice with whole numbers***

## Testimonials

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ EXCELLENT RESOURCE! Beyond the place value chart, this resource is filled with so much to keep students engaged and to support students on all the different standards. A true life saver!!  - Katherine C.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This content can be so difficult for students to understand, But, this resource made learning easy and a great visual to help those students that don't understand powers of 10 right away.  - Sarah J.