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## Place value abacus worksheets

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### 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 307. The correct answer is to draw three circles on the hundreds column, none on the tens, and seven on the units column.

In this case, the child is being asked to write the number being shown on the abacus. The answer is 154, as there is one circle on the hundreds column, five on the tens, and four on the units.

Tens and units
 Draw circles to represent any two digit number Draw circles to represent any number from 0-99 Write the number represented on the abacus (two digit numbers) Write the number represented on the abacus (from 0-99)
Hundreds, tens and units
 Draw circles to represent any three digit number Draw circles to represent any number from 0-999 Write the number represented on the abacus (three digit numbers) Write the number represented on the abacus (from 0-999)
Thousands, hundreds, tens and units
 Draw circles to represent any four digit number Draw circles to represent any number from 0-9999 Write the number represented on the abacus (four digit numbers) Write the number represented on the abacus (from 0-9999)