## Base Ten Blocks Worksheets

Welcome to the base ten blocks page at Math-Drills.com where blocking your students' learning is the best approach! On this page, you will find several worksheets for base ten block manipulatives. Base ten blocks are an excellent tool for teaching children math number concepts because they allow children to touch and manipulate something real while learning important skills that translate well into paper and pencil addition. They are also proportional representations of numbers, so that a thousand block is actually 1000 times greater in size than a one block.

The numbering system that children learn and the one most of us are familiar with is the base ten system. This essentially means that you can only use ten unique digits (0 to 9) in each place of a base ten number. For example, in the number 345, there is a hundreds place, a tens place and a ones place. The only possible digits that could go in each place are the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. In this example, the place value of the ones place is 5.

Base ten blocks turn the base ten concept into something children can see and touch.

Base ten blocks consist of cubes, rods, flats, and blocks. Cubes represent the ones place and look exactly like their name suggests — a small cube usually one centimeter by one centimeter by one centimeter. Rods represent the tens place and look like ten cubes placed in a row and fused together. Flats, as you might have guessed, represent hundreds, and blocks represent thousands. A flat looks like one hundred cubes place in a 10 x 10 square and attached together. A block looks like ten flats piled one on top of the other and bonded together.

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These worksheets allow students some practice in counting units, rods and flats before they encounter mixed groups. A unit cube is equal to one, so counting units is straight counting. A rod is equal to ten, so counting rods is the same as counting by tens. A flat is equal to one hundred, so counting flats is the same as counting by hundreds.

- Counting Base Ten Blocks Counting Units Counting Rods Counting Flats

Another useful skill to practice is trading base ten blocks. Each block can be traded for 10 flats, each flat for 10 rods, and each rod for 10 cubes. Going the other way, 10 cubes can be traded for one rod, 10 rods for one flat, and 10 flats for one block. Students should become familiar with ideas such as: there are 10 ones in ten, there are 100 ones in a hundred, there are 10 tens in a hundred, and so on.

- Trading Base Ten Blocks Trading Units for Rods Trading Rods for Flats Trading Flats for Blocks

Representing numbers with base ten blocks worksheets helps students learn how to represent numbers, so they can use base ten blocks for addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

To represent a number using base ten blocks, make piles of base ten blocks to represent each place value. If your number was 2784, you would make a pile of 2 blocks, a pile of 7 flats, a pile of 8 rods, and a pile of 4 cubes. It is useful to arrange the piles in a row in the same order that they appear in the number as that will be useful later on when children learn the paper and pencil algorithm.

These worksheets show piles of base ten blocks that are representing a number and students should be able to determine the value of the pile. Of course, going the other way is also desirable where students are given a number and they have to create the representation using base ten blocks.

- Representing Numbers with Base Ten Blocks Representing Numbers to 9 with Base Ten Blocks Representing Numbers to 99 with Base Ten Blocks Representing Numbers to 999 with Base Ten Blocks Representing Numbers to 4999 with Base Ten Blocks

One simple use of base ten blocks that translates well to a paper and pencil method of addition is to add by regrouping. To add two or more numbers, start by representing each number with base ten blocks. Put all of the cubes from both numbers in the same pile; do this with the rods, flats, and blocks as well. Next, trade any groups of 10 cubes for a rod. Trade any groups of 10 rods for a flat; then trade any groups of 10 flats for a block. To read the resulting number, count the number of base ten blocks left in each pile and read the number.

To illustrate this procedure, picture the addition question, 568 + 693. After representing both numbers with base ten blocks and combining the piles of like base ten blocks, you should have a pile of 11 cubes, a pile of 15 rods, and a pile of 11 flats. Trading 10 of the cubes for 1 rod means you now have 1 cube, 16 rods and 11 flats. Trading 10 of the rods for one flat results in 1 cube, 6 rods, and 12 flats. Trading 10 of the flats for one block gives you your final piles of 1 cube, 6 rods, 2 flats, and 1 block. The answer to the addition question, therefore, is 1,261.

These worksheets include pre-made piles of base ten blocks that students can practice regrouping.

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## Base Ten Blocks Worksheets

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One of the joys of learning numbers is that it has a beautiful concept in store for students – place value. Introduce young learners to the concept of place value with this assortment of free, printable base ten blocks worksheets. An excellent tool that numerically elevates elementary kids, this set of pdf exercises offers base ten block models for 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit numbers. Students count the blocks and correlate the count to the place value of digits, and eventually identify the number described. In the process, they get to acquire as well as upgrade regrouping skills by practicing the thousands and hundreds, hundreds and tens, and tens and ones worksheets here.

This batch of base ten blocks worksheets is meticulously designed for kids in 1st grade through 5th grade.

Base Ten Blocks | Counting Units or Ones

Watch little ones flaunt their stellar counting skills as they go about counting the sets of blocks to figure out the numbers represented in this section of our printable base 10 blocks worksheets.

2-Digit Numbers Shown by Base Ten Blocks

Kick-start your place value preparation with these printable worksheets for grade 1 and grade 2! Count the units and rods (10 units), and write down the 2-digit number described by them.

Base Ten Blocks | Tens and Ones

Boost your regrouping skills with these exercises. Visualize composing a rod using ten units. Think of how many rods can be made out of each set. Fill in the blanks with the count for such rods and the remaining units.

Comparing 2-Digit Numbers Using Base-10 Blocks

Move on from counting to comparing with these base-10 blocks worksheet pdfs. Count each pair of base ten blocks to figure out the 2-digit numbers, and determine whether one is greater or lesser, or if both are equal.

3-Digit Numbers Shown by Base Ten Blocks

Enhance your counting and place value skills with these pdf worksheets for grade 2 and grade 3 that present units, rods, and flats (100 units) to represent each digit of a 3-digit numeral. Practicing place value has never been more fun.

Base Ten Blocks | Hundreds and Tens

Augment 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids' regrouping skills using these base ten blocks worksheets. Ten rods make a flat; figure out how many hundreds you can make out of each set. Also, write down the leftover tens.

Comparing 3-digit Numbers using Base-10 Blocks

Cruise through the pairs of 3-digit numbers presented on base ten blocks. Determine the numbers in each pair and compare them using the appropriate equality or inequality symbols.

4-Digit Numbers Shown by Base Ten Blocks

In these printable base ten blocks worksheets, 4th grade kids count the cubes, flats, rods, and blocks to find the digits in the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones place of each 4-digit number.

Base Ten Blocks | Thousands and Hundreds

Remember that ten flats together make a cube, and a cube represents thousands. Kids in grade 4 and grade 5 must observe each set of flats and find out how many thousands can be made from it.

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## Create your own Base 10 Blocks

Base 10 blocks can be made with little effort, from just about any material that is comfortably handled and shaped. This can turn into a fun craft project for you to do with your student. This doesn't have to be a project though. You can simply print off my free Base 10 Blocks Template.

If you chose to do this, I highly recommend you print off on card board. You and your child will be handling these quite a bit, and paper gets tatty fast.

## Don't want to make a set?

If you don't want to make a set of your own, I highly recommend you purchase a set . These blocks are one of the few teaching tools in math that are used over and over in many areas of math, not just addition. You will get value for your money!

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## What materials work well?

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## There are four types of blocks in a Base 10 Block Set

- Squares, small squares which represent 1's
- Longs, long narrow strips which represent 10's
- Flats, large squares which represent 100's
- Blocks, large cubes which represent 1000's

Base 10 Blocks are just one of the many printable manipulatives I have available for you. They are an exceptionally helpful tool for children with any of the different learning styles.

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## Base 10 Blocks Worksheets

Base 10 blocks worksheets are a great way to teach the students the math number concept. Base 10 blocks are also called place value blocks and help the students to visualize otherwise abstract algorithms.

## Benefits of Base 10 Blocks Worksheets

For students to visualize the algorithm behind addition, subtraction , place value, counting, and number sense which can be termed as the foundational basic pillars of arithmetic , base 10 blocks worksheets are used.

Since these worksheets are interactive in nature and their ease of access as being freely available online makes these worksheets very popular.

These worksheets are strategically planned with respect to the problems presented, and the students will find them easy to navigate throughout with the easy to follow instructions.

When the cognitive development has just started for elementary students, it is beneficial to use techniques such as base 10 blocks worksheets to tackle the understanding of topics like multiplication.

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## Two-digit Addition using Base Ten Blocks

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Identify the two-digit number represented by base ten blocks and find the sum. Only ten-blocks and unit-blocks are used. Recommended level: 2nd and 3rd grades.

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## Base Ten Blocks Grade 4

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## Base Ten Worksheets

Created: February 14, 2024

Last updated: February 14, 2024

Base ten means using the ten distinct digits (0-9) when writing numbers. Positive and negative integers are equally usable in the base-10 system. All numbers expressed in base ten format utilize the same set of 10 digits, from zero to nine.

For many children, this is their first experience with counting. So, how do you make the kids understand the basics of base ten better? Keep reading to know more about how base ten worksheets can play a vital role in learning.

## What are Base Ten Worksheets?

Base 10 blocks worksheets are valuable educational resources that help kids understand base ten better. Usually, the ten blocks worksheets begin with kids learning to identify numbers. These worksheets take kids through counting from one to ten and engage them in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.

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## Why are Base Ten Worksheets Necessary?

With the printable base ten blocks PDF free, tutors can introduce their students to colored plastic or wooden blocks called Base Ten Blocks that are used to depict numbers. The base ten blocks set includes four blocks representing tens, hundreds, one thousand, and ten thousand.

Base-10 is often used due to long-standing customs, as most individuals have ten fingers, so it’s simple to teach. The free printable base ten blocks PDF help students understand math base ten using a pictorial representation of the base ten number blocks.

As the kids gradually learn, they understand that math isn’t as challenging as it seems. Instead, they consider math as fun, engaging, and interactive. Since the kids will use math daily, the base ten blocks worksheets PDF help bring math learning closer to home with real-life examples and issues they can relate to. Therefore, the teaching is not abstract.

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## Base Ten Blocks Grade 4

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## Identify the Number Shown by Base Ten Blocks Worksheet

Pack your math practice time with fun by identifying the number shown by base ten blocks..

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Kids often develop misconceptions about concepts in mathematics, including numbers. It is important to help them get over those misconceptions. The worksheet gives students an opportunity to apply the concepts of place value to identify the number using the base 10 blocks. This worksheet seeks to improve students’ understanding of the topic as they work with 3-digit numbers.

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## Base Tens Blocks | Free Printable Worksheet for 10 Frames

Base ten block numerals.

It is an important skill that children in kindergarten and first grade are asked to learn and then memorize. And there are many ways children can focus on learning them.

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And today we will be focusing on ten frames.

Ten frames are great for visual learners.

Researchers such as Van de Walle and Bobis developed this concept to help children develop number sense especially with the reference of tens.

As children see dots on ten frames it helps them begin to visualize the value of the number and its relationship to 10. This is why teaching children to add to 10 using 10 frames is very helpful.

For example, once a child recognizes what seven looks like on a ten frame, they can easily see that there are three empty spaces. Now it is easy for them to notice that 3 and 7 together make 10.

Now, all we have to do is introduce them to equations, and help our littles one be able to write out 7 + 3 = 10. It is a fun, and hands-on way to teach adding to 10.

## Ten Frames Worksheets

There is almost no prep-work for this printable.

- First, print enough Base Ten Activities for each of your students.
- Next, grab some Do – A- Dot markers.
- You are ready to go!

## How to Use Making 10 Do-A-Dot Sheets

There are two variations of Making Ten Do-a Dot sheets.

- The first variation has dots already on the ten frames. The children then use their Do -A – Dot to fill in all the rest of the ten frame and then create an equation. In this example, there were already 3 dots. The child completed the ten frame by making 7 dots. Now they can easily see that the 3 + 7 = 10 and can write the equation in the blanks.
- In this variation, only the equation is provided. Children use two colors of Do- A – Dot markers to fill in the ten frames so that represents the equation.
- In this example, the equation is 6 + 4 = 10. The child used yellow to make six dots, and purple to make four dots. Now they have modeled 6 + 4 = 10.

I hope these ten frames printables help your children learn and begin to memorize the number the make 10.

Learning all the different combos to make 10 is important. I hope these Base Ten Worksheets make it fun for your child!

## Base Ten Worksheets

What’s also fun about these ten frames worksheets is that there are 4 different varieties. This allows for small group work or comparisons. They can work individually and then get together and compare answers and solutions to how they got to 10.

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## Regrouping With Base Ten Blocks Worksheet

The numbers in this simple worksheet need to be regrouped and solved. Your kids will need to be able to count properly, as well as add up numbers in base ten in order to successfully complete this exercise. There are four equations in the picture. Each one has a set of base ten blocks, and simple addition problems underneath the blocks. Ask your child to regroup to solve the addition problems, and then help them check the correct sum.

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