Common Core calls for second, third, and fourth graders to use their understanding of place value to add, subtract, and round numbers.
Students can use these disks and mats as manipulatives to make connections and show their understandings of multiple skills involving place value.
Place Value Mat to Hundreds
Place Value Mat to Thousands
Hundreds disks in color
Hundreds disks in black and white
Tens disks in color
Tens disks in black and white
Ones disks in color
Ones disks in black and white
You may want to print out the place value mats on legal sized paper or even blow them up larger. Larger mats make it easier to fit all of the place value chips.