These pages are grids for math problems that have colored labeled place value names. My daughter suffers from dyslexia/dysgraphia and has a hard time lining up her place values. I created these grids to help her learn her place values and learn to understand the concept while completing her math work. The colored boxes are a helpful aid for distinguishing the place values. Each page has whole numbers as well as decimals. One page deals with only 3 digits--to the Hundreds place for whole numbers, Hundreds to Hundredths place for decimals, and single dollar and cents decimals. The next page covers the Thousands to Thousandths place and Thousand dollars to cents for decimals. The next page covers the Millions place to the Millionth place in decimals. I've also included a grid without colors or labels to help students line up their place values once they've learned them in their math work. The last grid isn't exactly a centimeter square, but it is probably close enough for most simple graphing work. I have my older students to use the plain grid to keep their digits in line for ease of working. It helps make their math work neater and easier to grade.