# Place-value teaching resources

Place-value forms the basis of our decimal number system and these resources are ideal to help you introduce the concept to pupils. Consolidate learning and check understanding with this collection of activities, worksheets, displays and games.

#### Place-value presentation

This collection of activities on place value includes partner work, a PowerPoint activity and a variety of work sheets.

#### Wall displays

These colourful place-value displays have been created with the 2014 curriculum changes in mind.

#### Place-value worksheets

Use these handy worksheets to consolidate primary students’ understanding of place value.

#### Place-value games

These interactive games will ensure that your students have fun while learning about place values.

#### Place-value grid

Primary students will enjoy cutting out and moving numbers into different columns in this engaging activity.

#### Place-value resource bank

Primary students will enjoy cutting out and moving numbers into different columns in this engaging activity.

#### Egyptian maths

Travel back in time and teach students about place value using the Ancient Egyptian number system.

#### Key Stage 3 worksheets and activities

Support Key Stage 3 students’ learning with this collection of tests and lesson plans.

#### Tens and units game

Key Stage 1 pupils will love this ladybird-and-apple-themed PowerPoint game.

#### The Curse of the Partition-ius

Let Key Stage 2 students embrace their inner wizards with these Harry Potter-themed activities.

#### The king’s counting house

In these visually dynamic activities, children must count the number of coins in the king’s possession.

#### Place-value matching cards

Pupils must match words to numbers and find the value of the underlined digit in this enjoyable place-value card game.

#### Place-value conundrum

Key Stage 3 students must use logic and reasoning while refreshing their knowledge of place value in order to complete this Olympic-themed activity.

#### Place-value puzzles

This series of puzzles is a brilliant way for Key Stage 3 pupils to refresh their understanding of place values.

#### Place-value riddles

Will Key Stage 2 pupils be able to solve these word problems and identify the correct number?