Worksheet: Modeling Numbers up to 50 with Tens and Ones

In this worksheet, we will practice representing numbers up to 50 with place value blocks and stating the value of digits in the number.

Q1:

How many tens are there?

Q2:

Fill in the table with whole numbers to get a result of 22.

Tens
Ones
  • A2, 2
  • B20, 22
  • C2, 22

Q3:

How many digits are there in the number 10?

Q4:

Fill in the table with whole numbers to get a result of 47.

Tens
Ones
  • A7, 4
  • B4, 47
  • C40, 70
  • D40, 47
  • E4, 7

Q5:

How many ones are there?

Q6:

Which image shows the number correctly split into tens and ones?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q7:

What number does 4 tens and 0 ones make?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q8:

Pick a set of cards that shows 28 hearts.

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q9:

Count the base ten blocks, then write the number in word form.

  • AForty-four
  • BForty-three
  • CThirty-three
  • DThirty-four

Q10:

Count in tens and ones, then write the number in digit form.

Q11:

Fill in the blank: 4 tens and 5 ones make .

Hint: Can you make the number with place value blocks?

Q12:

Fill in the blanks: tens and ones make 39.

Hint: Can you make this number with place value blocks?

  • A9, 3
  • B3, 9

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