Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands Worksheet

Worksheet Description

This worksheet contains a set of abacuses, each with four rods labeled ‘Th’ for Thousands Place, ‘H’ for Hundreds Place, ‘T’ for Tens Place, and ‘O’ for Ones Place. The students’ task is to count the number of beads on each rod and write the place value they represent, thereby forming a four-digit number. The worksheet is organized systematically with each abacus reflecting a different number, providing clear and engaging visuals for the student to interact with while learning about place values.

The worksheet aims to teach students about the place value system in the context of four-digit numbers, extending their understanding beyond hundreds to the thousands place. It promotes the development of counting skills and the ability to discern the value of digits based on their position within a number. This exercise also strengthens the students’ number sense and prepares them for more complex mathematical concepts involving larger numbers. By completing this worksheet, students practice recognizing and writing numbers in the thousands, a fundamental skill in mathematics.