# Place Value Ones and Tens - Lesson for Grade 1, Chapter - Place Value

In the "Place Value Ones and Tens" lesson, specifically designed for Grade 1 students, learners will embark on an educational journey to understand the foundational concept of place value within the realm of numbers up to 100. This lesson, nestled within the "Foundations in Operations Within 100" unit, is crucial for young mathematicians as it lays the groundwork for their arithmetic skills.

Throughout this lesson, students will engage in a variety of activities, including practice exercises, both interactive and printable, as well as worksheets centered around ten frames and place value visuals. These hands-on activities are meticulously designed to reinforce the concept of tens and ones, enabling students to visualize and comprehend how numbers are constructed and how they function within our number system.

The knowledge gained from this lesson is pivotal for several reasons. Firstly, it enhances numerical literacy, a vital skill in everyday life and academic success. Understanding place value aids in the development of addition, subtraction, and eventually multiplication and division skills, as it is fundamental to grasping how numbers interact. Furthermore, this understanding fosters a deeper appreciation for mathematics, encouraging problem-solving abilities and logical thinking from an early age.

Estimated classroom time: 17 min
Chapter: Place Value
Unit: Foundations in Operations Within 100
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
4:00 min
Practice Place Value
video
2nd
3:00 min
Practice Place Value Printable
worksheet
3rd
3:00 min
Place Values with Ten Frames Worksheet
worksheet
4th
3:00 min
Place Value Visuals Worksheet
worksheet
5th
4:00 min
Place Values with Tens and Ones
Quiz
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• ### Activity 2 / Practice Place Value Printable

It’s important that your child can look at models and perform mental math based on the instructions.
This practice place value worksheet is the perfect tool to help your child do all the above! While practicing place value, your child will flex important mental math skills to build number sense!

• ### Activity 3 / Place Values with Ten Frames Worksheet

Help your kids trace on the dotted lines to the number that matches the amount shown on the ten frames. In this worksheet, your child will learn more about mathematics, and how to count numbers as shown in frames. Help them count the dots in each of the frames. Then, hold their hands as they follow the dotted lines to get to the correct number that matches the amount shown on the frame.

• ### Activity 4 / Place Value Visuals Worksheet

Each stack of cups in this picture represents a ten. The single cups represent just ones. Following this simple rule, help your child count the cups stacked in each picture. You don’t have to count each cup individually. Since each stack is 10, three stacks of cups will be 30, and so on. Now, ask your child to check the picture on the right side that matches the number given on the left side.

• ### Activity 5 / Place Values with Tens and Ones - Quiz

This quiz will assess your child’s use of base ten blocks to help them understand place value in two-digit numbers.