# Place Value Worksheets for Grade 1

When teaching first graders, most people automatically assume that their students’ place value worksheets will be for grade 1. This is not always the case, however. Gradeschool teachers should be teaching first graders about place value as well as learning about percentages, ratios, averages, differences and averages in order to teach these essential concepts to students. Here are some examples of worksheets for grade 1 that address these concepts:

## Place Value Worksheets for Grade 1

Word Problems. Most math worksheets for first graders involve word problems. Students need to be taught the meaning of each word before guessing its place in a sentence. There are two formats for placing a word in a sentence: left to right to left. These two formats are based on English language learning rules. Most word problems also require a conclusion statement at the end of the lesson to summarize the concept taught in the lesson.

Place Value Worksheets for Tons of Tense Sentences. Many elementary math worksheets have place value options for determining the value of a number, an amount of an item, a date, the time, the weather, and many other types of quantities. Depending on the topic, the homework is based on, students may be required to use a formula or a calculator. These workbooks can be used to help students develop a sound foundation for basic units of measurement, such as cups, ounces, grams, minutes to hours, days, weeks, months, years, and years. In addition, they are excellent resources for helping children understand fraction units, such as percentage points, denominator scales, and rounding to the nearest whole unit.