# Place Value Chart

This page has printable place value charts. In the decimal numbering system, the position (or 'place') of an individual digit in a number determines its value relative to other digits. When a number is written in standard form with groups of three place values separated by commas, each of those groups is called a period. Building number sense by understanding place values is an important early math skill, and these place value charts provide a way to break numbers down to better understand the significane of each digit. There are place value chart variations for whole numbers only, decimal numbers, and very large numbers. There are different place value chart layouts that reinforce just the place value as well as the period value.

## Place Value Chart

Each place value chart in this section is has different numbers of place values, including two versions of the place value chart with wholes only and two versions of the place value chart with decimals.

## Place Value Chart with Periods

Periods are the groupings of three place values, so for example the "thousands" group or the "millions group" typically separated by commas. Each place value chart in this set is divided into periods, including two versions of the place value chart with wholes and two versions of the place value chart with decimals.

## Printable Place Value Chart

Memorizing the multiplication table is one of the most important math skills we can teach our kids. Without times table mastery, more advanced math topics are infinitely more challenging. As we're learning multiplication facts, having a complete multiplication table around can be a bridge to success in all areas of mathematics. Print these out and have them on hand!

In addition to these multiplication table printables, you can find **Multiplication Worksheets** here, including **Multiplication Table Grids** where students fill in the missing multiplication products.