# Place Value - Composing Numbers 1-20 - Lesson for Grade 1, Chapter - Place Value

In the lesson "Place Value - Composing Numbers 1-20," first-grade students will delve into the foundational aspects of place value, an essential concept for understanding and working with numbers. Through engaging activities such as "Sweet Counting - Part 2 Worksheet," "Place Value Quest Worksheet," and "Bubble Matching Fun" (including its complementary worksheet), learners will explore how numbers up to 20 are composed, emphasizing the significance of each digit's position and its corresponding value.

Understanding place value is crucial for students as it lays the groundwork for more complex arithmetic operations they will encounter in their mathematical journey. This lesson aims to solidify their grasp of how numbers are constructed, fostering a deeper comprehension of addition, subtraction, and beyond. By recognizing the role of each digit in a number, students not only enhance their number sense but also gain confidence in their ability to manipulate and understand numbers within the larger context of mathematics. The interactive and hands-on nature of the lesson's activities ensures that students remain engaged and motivated throughout the learning process, building a strong foundation in operations within 100.

Estimated classroom time: 13 min
Chapter: Place Value
Unit: Foundations in Operations Within 100
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
3:00 min
Sweet Counting - Part 2 Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Place Value Quest Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
4:00 min
Bubble Matching Fun
video
4th
3:00 min
Bubble Matching Fun Worksheet
worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Sweet Counting - Part 2 Worksheet

There’s not much that children like more than sweets! This adorably themed counting worksheets helps kids to practice place value in a delectable way! Watch as your child looks through each box of candies that contain 10 chocolates. On the side are individual candies that needs to be included within the count. Count them all and group them into tens and ones. How many ones and tens are in each row? Check the correct answer to complete the practice sheet!

• ### Activity 2 / Place Value Quest Worksheet

Quiz your child’s knowledge and understanding of place value with this vividly illustrated worksheet! While working, your child will go on a quest to find the set of images that contain 1 ten and 4 ones. Look through adorable pictures of birds, grapes, and counter dots and count each, thinking about tens and ones along the way. Check the boxes that contain the correct answer to finish this quick math practice page!

• ### Activity 4 / Bubble Matching Fun Worksheet

Use this fun learning worksheet to stimulate your young one’s learning capacity. Does your child understand how two numbers can add up to the same value as another number? Test how good they are with matching numbers with this easy tracing sheet. Look through the exercise with your little one, and trace the dotted lines between bubbles that represent the same numbers.