Place Value POWERPOINT Lessons for 2 & 3 Digit Numbers

Grade Levels
2nd - 3rd
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74 slides + 39 printables
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  1. This bundle of 3 resources will provide you with the resources you'll need to teach conceptual understanding of place value and provide practice with place value. This bundle includes an animated place value PowerPoint to build conceptual understanding, a center for place value practice, and games f
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Use this PowerPoint to teach a conceptual understanding of place value. Specifically designed to support the Common Core second grade standards for place value. Students will learn the values of digits by representing numbers in different ways, such as base 10 blocks, base 10 units, expanded form, and word form. Useful in 3rd grade and above for students needing review or unfinished learning.


  • The PowerPoint is divided into 4 parts.
  • Parts 1 and 2 build place value understanding with 2 digit numbers.
  • Parts 3 and 4 build place value understanding with 3 digit numbers.
  • Each part has explicit directions for the teacher in the Presenter’s Notes (also included as a PDF document).
  • The Presenter’s Notes give directions for the animation sequence, teaching points, and mathematical questions to ask and answer keys.
  • Each part also includes a printable worksheet that is used in conjunction with the PowerPoint.

Part 1

  • In this part, students work with 2 digit numbers. They are introduced to 4 representations of the number
    • base 10 blocks
    • base 10 units
    • expanded form
    • word form
  • Conceptual understanding is built from concrete representations to more abstract representations of numbers.
  • By showing students how to think of a number in standard form as an expanded form, students can directly see the value of each digit.
  • The printable worksheet keeps students engaged with guided practice.

Part 2

  • In this part, students are given a printable worksheet that they use to answer 11 questions that are presented in this part. Questions range in DOK levels 1 - 3.

Part 3

  • Similar to Part 1, but now working with 3 digit numbers, students again learn to represent numbers in many different ways to determine digit values.
  • Students also learn WHY it is important to understand place value with concrete real-life examples of using place value.

Part 4

  • Similar to Part 2 but now working with 3 digit numbers.
  • Students are given a printable worksheet that they use to answer 11 questions that are presented in this part. Questions range in DOK levels 1 - 3.


  • a NON EDITABLE 74 Slide PowerPoint
  • a PDF document with all the printables, which include
    • Follow along student worksheets for parts 1 - 4
    • Place Value Poster (color and non-color)
    • Why Place Value is Important Poster (color and non-color)
    • Place Value Poster as a Bookmark (non-color)
    • Place Value Frayer Model
    • Math Word Wall Cards or Printable (non-color)
    • Place Value Glossary
    • Sentence Frames Poster (non-color)
    • Sentence Frames student sized version (non-color)
    • Representing Numbers Work Mats 1 - 4
    • Place Value Challenge
    • Answer keys
    • a PDF document of the Presenter’s Notes for the Teacher

There are also suggestions for using some of the included components to support English Language Learners and Students with Disabilities.


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74 slides + 39 printables
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Teaching Duration
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases:
The numbers 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones).
Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.


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