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Place value abacus worksheets

 Place value abacus: two digits Place value abacus: three digits Place value abacus: four digits Place value abacus: design your own

Place value abacus:

 The following worksheets ask the student to either read or write a number represented on a place value abacus.
 Here, the student is being asked to draw circles on the abacus to represent the number 77.  The correct answer is to draw seven circles on each of the columns. In this case, the child is being asked to write the number being shown on the abacus.  The answer is 41, as there are four circles on the tens column, and one on the units.
 Tens and units:

Easy - draw circles to represent any two digit number.

Difficult - draw circles to represent any number between 0 and 99.

Easy - write number represented by abacus (any two digit number).

Difficult - write number represented by abacus (any number between 0 and 99).

 Hundreds, tens and units:

Easy - draw circles to represent any three digit number.

Difficult - draw circles to represent any number between 0 and 999.

Easy - write number represented by abacus (any three digit number).

Difficult - write number represented by abacus (any number between 0 and 999).

 Thousands, hundreds, tens and units:

Easy - draw circles to represent any four digit number.

Difficult - draw circles to represent any number between 0 and 9999.

Easy - write number represented by abacus (any four digit number).

Difficult - write number represented by abacus (any number between 0 and 9999).

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Design your own place value abacus worksheet.