Base Ten Blocks Worksheets

This series of base ten blocks worksheets is designed to help students of grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 practice composition and decomposition of place value of whole numbers. A block containing thousand units can also be referred as '1000-block', hundred units as 'flat' and ten units as 'rod'. Students are required to apply the regrouping concept to solve a few multi-level worksheets. Included here a pdfs to compare numbers using base ten blocks too. We offer some free worksheets too!

Base Ten blocks: Counting Units or Ones

Count the number of unit blocks in each group of this printable practice set. Unit blocks displayed in the group vary from 1 to 20.

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Base Ten Blocks: Tens and Ones | Easy

Work your way through this set of easy worksheets where each question depicts one or more rods (or longs) to represent the tens’ place of a number. Count the rods and units and figure out the 2-digit numerals.

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Base Ten Blocks: Tens and Ones | Moderate

More than 10 unit blocks are incorporated in every question. Regroup a set of 10 unit blocks as 1 rod. Now count the new set of rods and the remaining units, and write the 2-digit number.

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Convert Unit Blocks into Tens and Ones

Count the total number of unit blocks and then represent them in tens and ones. Each pdf worksheet contains eight problems.

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Comparing 2-digit Numbers using Base-10 Blocks

Learning everything in an instant is great, but it takes practice and hard work to pick up a new skill or expertise. Count the rods and units in each base-10 block and compare using <, >, or = in these pdf worksheets on comparing 2-digit numbers using base-10 blocks.

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Base Ten Blocks: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones | Easy

Flats represent the hundreds’ place of a number. Count the flats, rods, and unit blocks; write the digits in the hundreds’, tens’, and units’ place of a number respectively.

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Base Ten Blocks: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones | Moderate

Pep up your place value prep with this printable practice set! Reiterate that ten rods make a flat and ten units make a rod, and regroup the rods and units to find the 3-digit number.

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Convert Base Ten Blocks into Hundreds and Tens

Count the rods (10-blocks) and find out how many flats (100-blocks) can you make. Write the number represented by the place value model.

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Comparing 3-digit Numbers using Base-10 Blocks

Take stock of how kids can improve their skills in comparing 3-digit numbers by counting the flats for the hundreds place, rods for the tens place, and units in the ones place in the base-10 blocks featured in these printable worksheets and compare them using the three comparison operators: <, >, or =.

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Base Ten Blocks: Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, and Ones | Easy

It’s time to bring cubes (1000-blocks) onboard your place value spectrum after a great run with 3-digit place values! Cubes are formed by ten flats; they correspond to the thousands’ place of a number. Count the blocks and determine the 4-digit numbers.

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Base Ten Blocks: Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, and Ones | Moderate

Rise a rank up with these pdf worksheets that practice and test your knowledge of the place value of 4-digit numbers. Identify the numeral representations shown by the place value blocks. Regroup the flats, rods, and units wherever necessary.

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Convert Base Ten Blocks into Thousands and Hundreds

Write the number of 1000-blocks can be made using the flats given in each group. Also find the number of flats (100-block) that are left over.

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Base Ten Blocks – Mats

Optimize kids’ place value skills using these printable base ten block mats! Dictate a 3-digit or 4-digit number, and task kids to plug each digit in the appropriate column. These mats can be customized according to the developing needs of the learners.

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Base Ten Blocks – Charts

Grab these pdf charts and enlighten children about the place value facts like 10 ones together make a ten, 10 tens compose a hundred, and 10 hundreds constitute a thousand.

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