Gattegno Grids (sometimes called Place Value grids) are named after Caleb Gattegno, one of the most famous educationalists of the 20th Century.
This set of contains the following grids:
Page 1: 1000s, 100s, 10s and 1s
Page 2: 1000s though to hundredths
Page 3: 10,000,000s through to hundredths
Page 4: 10,000,000s through to thousandths
Instructions: Print off and slice as appropriate. Screen grabs of these grids can be inserted into presentations for use on an interactive whiteboard.
Ideas for Use:
1: Counting: children point to numbers as they count. E.g. Counting in hundreds from 453… 553, 653, 753 etc.
2: Creating and representing a number (as shown above)
3: Exploring multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
4: See other ideas recommended in the DfE/NCETM 2020 Guidance documents.