# Normal Place Value Worksheets for Ages 7-8

Unlock the world of numbers with our expertly designed Normal Place Value worksheets, perfectly tailored for young learners aged 7-8. These innovative worksheets are crafted to simplify the complexities of place value, making it accessible and engaging for children. Through a series of carefully structured activities, students will explore and master the fundamental concepts of place value, setting a strong foundation for their mathematical journey. Ideal for both classroom and home use, our Normal Place Value worksheets for Ages 7-8 are your go-to resource for nurturing confident and skilled young mathematicians. Start your child's adventure into the fascinating world of numbers today!

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## Counting in Your Community Worksheet

Introduce your kids to the idea of a community, where different people and buildings co-exist, each playing their part for the community's progress. Ask them to name the buildings they see in their community. Then work through this worksheet to find the numbers of the addresses by answering the questions. Check the answers once they've solved the equations.
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## Adding Numbers: What Country Worksheet

Students can use this worksheet to learn more about different countries. Have them collect clues from the worksheet to answer the last question. Help them check the correct answer, and they'll gain knowledge about each country's food, animals, celebrations, and landmarks.
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## Adding Numbers: Five Senses Worksheet

Help your child identify the five senses on their body: eye, nose, tongue, ear, and skin. Explain that they're used for seeing, smelling, tasting, hearing and touching. Then, have them solve the five addition problems in the worksheet and check the correct answers.
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## Adding Numbers: Cardinal Directions Worksheet

Are your students familiar with cardinal points? Teach them there are four: North, South, East, West. Used to navigate and mark places, use this worksheet to have your kids go round the world by checking the correct answer for each addition question in the pdf.
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## What Equation Is That? Worksheet

Have your students practice counting with base ten blocks. This will help them with math struggles. Homework and worksheets will help them improve; ask them to trace lines to the correct equation on a tracing sheet. Guide them as they count the blocks and trace the lines.
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## Matching Subtraction Equations To Base 10 Models Worksheet

Help your student draw a line to the equation that matches the subtraction shown with the base 10 blocks. Guide them through the task, ensuring they have good subtraction, counting and problem-solving skills. This tracing sheet is easy enough to complete with your support; the three mathematical problems here should be straightforward.
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## Adding With Longs and Cubes Worksheet

Math might not be your child's favorite, but they must master it to advance. If they're having difficulties or don't like it, use this worksheet to make it easier. Have them add longs and cubes together to find the total for each question, then circle the correct answer. This exercise can help make math experiences better.
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## Bodies of Water and Landforms Writing Numbers Worksheet

Your student will love this engaging worksheet with its bright hues, while you give them practice comparing numbers with higher place values. Matching the correct number words to their numeral representations is key for our students as they deal with larger numbers and higher place values.
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## Place Value: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Test your child's math skills without them realizing it! This fun worksheet looks at the states and regions of the U.S. and your child can compare numbers greater or lesser than the other. It's the perfect way to assess your child's number sense without them knowing.
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## Comparing Number Representations Worksheet

Children need number representation skills to develop efficient computation and number sense. This free worksheet gives them practice with ten frames and place value blocks. They compare numbers and select the right comparative symbol: <, > or =. This helps them build a solid foundation for math.
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## Place Value Visuals Worksheet

Help your child count the cups in each picture, using the simple rule that each stack is 10 and each single cup is 1. Ask them to match the number on the left to the picture on the right. No need to count each cup individually; since each stack is 10, 3 stacks is 30 and so on.
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## Place Values with Ten Frames Worksheet

Assist your child in counting the dots in each of the framed numbers. Then, guide them as they trace the dotted lines to the number that matches the amount shown. This worksheet will help them learn more about mathematics, as well as how to count numbers.
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## Trading Tens for Equal Value Worksheet: Part 1

This worksheet helps 3rd graders count large numbers and recognize base numbers. It lists 10 cubes and asks students to identify the hundreds, then circle the base blocks. This colorful pdf provides a fun, visual way to help students strengthen their math basics.
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## Trading Tens for Equal Value Worksheet: Part 2

Exchange coins for bills and cubes for longs or flats with this helpful place value worksheet! Encourage children to count all the tens, then trace the dotted line to the correct answer and determine the value. This concept can be tricky to teach in elementary math, but this worksheet can help!
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## Property Place Value Worksheet

Help your child learn place value with this engaging worksheet! Kids Academy knows that colorful pictures motivate learners. Instruct them to name the place value of the underlined numbers on the left. Then, look through the images on the right to find the numbers that represent the indicated place value.
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## Base 10 Blocks Worksheet: Part 2

Need practice with one- to four-digit numbers using base blocks? This worksheet is perfect! Review the cubes and language to ensure understanding. View the images and select the correct number. Check the expanded form to finish this free printable math practice!
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## Base 10 Blocks Worksheet: Part 1

Need help teaching place value without manipulatives? Kids Academy has you covered! Our printable worksheet will help learners review the language like cubes, longs and flats. Just use the images at the top as a reference and have learners circle the answers and select its expanded form. Kids will master one to four-digit numbers without needing manipulatives.
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## What's the Price? Worksheet

With this price tag worksheet, you and your kids can have some educational fun! Check the numbers on the tags, ask your child to work out their expanded form, and circle the correct answers. It's a great way to teach math and keep them entertained!
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## Daisy Subtraction Quest Worksheet

Ohh-la-la! These daisies are something special! With ten petals each, they're perfect for helping little math learners use tens to find number sentences that differ by 20. Our free worksheet is full of bright colors to engage and easy questions to strengthen math automaticity and confidence.
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## Let's Regroup to Add Worksheet

Practice regrouping and renaming numbers over ten with this worksheet. Using base ten blocks representations, students will turn single digits into '10s' and '1s', helping them to develop deeper mathematical reasoning, rather than just 'carrying the 1' when adding.
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## Different Ways to Add Worksheet

This worksheet enhances math skills by having students match equations to base ten pictures and tracing lines. It not only helps with fine motor skills, but also encourages number sense, with various ways to add and build upon existing math knowledge.
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## Comparing Numbers: Base Ten Blocks Worksheet

Make math fun for your child with a colorful worksheet. They'll need to compare signs by counting blocks on each side and signifying whether it's correct or not. This is one way to help your child beat the unhappiness that comes with math.
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## Bubble Matching Fun Worksheet

Try this fun worksheet to stimulate your young one's learning! Test their number matching skills by having them trace the dotted lines between bubbles representing the same numbers. Look through the exercise with your child and watch their understanding of how two numbers can add up to the same value grow!
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## Place Value Quest Worksheet

Help your child explore place value with this fun worksheet! They'll pick the set of images that have 1 ten and 4 ones from a selection of birds, grapes, and dots. Checking the boxes that contain the answer, your child will learn to count and identify tens and ones. A quick math practice page that's sure to be a hit!
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Learning Skills

Normal Place Value worksheets designed for children aged 7-8 are an indispensable tool in the foundation of mathematical understanding for young learners. At this pivotal age, children are transitioning from concrete to abstract mathematical concepts, making it crucial to solidify their understanding of place value. It serves as the backbone of number sense, which is essential for performing arithmetic operations, understanding the value of numbers, and their relationships.

These worksheets are tailored specifically to meet the developmental needs of 7 to 8-year-olds, incorporating exercises that are both engaging and challenging enough to stimulate their curiosity and enhance their learning. Through a variety of activities, such as identifying, comparing, and ordering numbers, students gain a hands-on understanding of how numbers are composed and decomposed into units, tens, hundreds, and beyond.

Moreover, Normal Place Value worksheets for Ages 7-8 are designed to build confidence in young mathematicians. By mastering place value, students are better prepared for more complex mathematical concepts, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The skills acquired at this stage form a strong foundation for future math success, proving the invaluable role these worksheets play in a child's education. Engaging with these worksheets, children not only improve their math skills but also develop critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and a love for learning.