Results 1 - 24 of - These pages are grids for math problems that have colored labeled place value names. My daughter suffers from dyslexia/dysgraphia and. Sarah thinks the place value grid is showing the number eight. Do you agree? Explain. Using all the counters, what is the smallest number you can make with. Place Value teaching resources for Key Stage 2 - Year 3, 4, 5, 6. Created for teachers, by teachers! Professional Number and Place Value teaching resources.
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You'd essentially distribute the 6. And to help us keep track of things, let me draw a little grid right over here.
Primary Resources: Maths: Numbers and the Number System: Place Value
So this is the 6, and we're going to have to think about what 6 times 7, place value grid, 6 times6 times 80, and 6 times 1. So I'll make a little square for our rectangle for each of them.
Let me do that. So here we go.
Place Value Grid
And so we just need to place value grid about, what is 6 times 7,? Well 6 times 7 is So 6 times 7, is 42, So 6 times is 5, So 6 times 8 is 48, but since it's six times 80 or eight 10s, this is going to be 48 10s, or And then finally, 6 times 1, of course, is equal to 6.
So to find what this product is, we just have to take the sum of each of place value grid numbers. Each chart comes in several different forms so that you can choose the one that most suits your needs.
The first grid is a color grid. The second grid is the same chart in an eco-print mode which uses minimal ink to print.
Multiplying with area model: 6 x 7981
So, if we wanted to write it as mixed number we'd write it as two and seven tenths, but they say what decimal is represented by the shaded area? So instead of writing two place value grid seven tenths, we could write 2.
Because the space immediately to the right of the decimal points, that's the tenths place. So we have two ones, two wholes right over here. And then we have seven place value grid, this is the tenths place.
Multiplying with area model: 6 x (video) | Khan Academy
And we could check out answer. We got it right.
Let's do another one of these. So the same thing. What decimal is represented by the shaded area?
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So we have place value grid wholes, and then this whole is divided into tenths, now it's divided into these vertical bars. We have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten vertical bars. They're equal, so they're divided into tenths, and we've shaded in five of them.