## Base 10 Grid Printable Form PDF Details

In the exploration of mathematical concepts, the utility of visual aids cannot be overstated, particularly when it comes to understanding the base-ten system—a cornerstone of arithmetic and algebra. The Base 10 Grid form emerges as a potent tool in this educational journey, encompassing a variety of components designed to enhance comprehension and application. It includes base-ten grid paper, which lays the foundation by mapping numbers in a visually coherent manner. The 10 × 10 grids delve deeper, offering a granularity that further cements the concept of place value. With the inclusion of the hundredths disk, learners are guided through the intricacies of decimals and their relation to the base-ten system. The 10,000 grid expands on this foundation, presenting a broader spectrum for numerical representation and manipulation. Finally, the look-alike rectangles serve a dual purpose: reinforcing the lessons learned while introducing the principles of geometry within the base-ten context. Together, these components form a comprehensive suite of resources aimed at demystifying numbers and fostering a deeper understanding of the mathematical structures that govern them.

Form NameBase 10 Grid Printable Form
Form Length34 pages
Fillable?Yes
Fillable fields152
Avg. time to fill out38 min 54 sec
Other namesbase ten grid paper printable, base 10 grid paper printable, base 10 paper, base ten grids

## Form Preview Example

BLM 1—Base-ten grid paper

BLM 2—10 × 10 grids

BLM 3—Hundredths disk

BLM 4—10,000 grid

A

G

B

J

E

F

H

C

 D I

BLM 5—Look-alike rectangles

Look-Alike Rectangles

Three Groups and an Odd Ball

 Rectangles Group 1 Measures in cm Ratio of sides (Letter of rect.) Long side Short side Short/Long
 Rectangles Group 2 Measures in cm Ratio of sides (Letter of rect.) Long side Short side Short/Long
 Rectangles Group 3 Measures in cm Ratio of sides (Letter of rect.) Long side Short side Short/Long
 Odd Ball Measures in cm Ratio of sides (Letter of rect.) Long side Short side Short/Long

BLM 6—Look-alike rectangles recording sheet

BLM 7—2-cm square grid

BLM 8—1-cm square grid

BLM 9—0.5-cm square grid

BLM 10—1-cm square dot grid

BLM 11—2-cm isometric grid

BLM 12—Assorted shapes (a)

BLM 13—Assorted shapes

BLM 14—Assorted shapes

BLM 15—Assorted shapes

BLM 16—Assorted shapes

BLM 17—Assorted shapes

BLM 18—Assorted shapes

 Tangrams 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Mosaic puzzle

BLM 19—Tangrams and mosaic puzzle

EJ

F

H

I

B

N

A

CL

G

MK

D

BLM 20—Assorted triangles

Parallelograms

Properties of sides:

Properties of angles:

Properties of diagonals:

Note: Diagonals are perpendicular or not Bisected by the other or not Congruent or not

Properties of symmetry (line and point):

BLM 21—Property lists for quadrilaterals (parallelograms)

Rhombuses

Properties of sides:

Properties of angles:

Properties of diagonals:

Note: Diagonals are perpendicular or not Bisected by the other or not Congruent or not

Properties of symmetry (line and point):

BLM 22—Property lists for quadrilaterals (rhombuses)

Rectangles

Properties of sides:

Properties of angles:

Properties of diagonals:

Note: Diagonals are perpendicular or not Bisected by the other or not Congruent or not

Properties of symmetry (line and point):

BLM 23—Property lists for quadrilaterals (rectangles)

Squares

Properties of sides:

Properties of angles:

Properties of diagonals:

Note: Diagonals are perpendicular or not Bisected by the other or not Congruent or not

Properties of symmetry (line and point):

BLM 24—Property lists for quadrilaterals (squares)

A1

A2

B2

B1

Cut out the rectangle. For each pair, decide which is larger or if they are the same area. You may cut or fold the rectangles to help with your decision.

Explain your reasoning on separate paper.

C1

C2

BLM 25—Rectangle comparison

180 Degrees

8 Wedges

BLM 26—Degrees and wedges

A1

B1

A2

B2

centimeter

ruler

square

centimeter

In each pair, decide which rectangle is larger or if they are the same size. You may use one square centimeter and a centimeter ruler. Do not draw on the ractangles or cut them out. Explain your reasoning on a separate paper.

BLM 27—Rectangle comparison—units

It’s a Matter of Rates

1.Terry can run 4 laps in 12 minutes. Susan can run 3 laps in 9 minutes. Who is the faster runner?

2.Jack and Jill were picking strawberries at the Pick Your Own Berry Patch. Jack “sampled” 5 berries every 25 minutes. Jill ate 3 berries every 10 minutes. If they both pick at about the same speed, who will bring home more berries?

3.Some of the hens in Farmer Brown’s chicken farm lay brown eggs and the others lay white eggs. Farmer Brown noticed that in the large hen house he collected about 4 brown eggs for every 10 white ones. In the smaller hen house the ratio of brown to white was 1 to 3. In which hen house do the hens lay more brown eggs?

4.The Talks-a-Lot Phone Company charges 70¢ for every 15 minutes. Reaching Out Phone Company charges \$1.00 for 20 minutes. Which company is offering the cheaper rate?

BLM L-1

Name

Rectangle Dimensions

Area

Perimeter

BLM L-2

Tilt or Balance?

Name

 4 × 7 + 10 5 × 8

<

4 × 7 + 10 = 5 × 8

>

 (8 × 4) + 4 6 × 6

<

(8 × 4) + 4 = 6 × 6

>

 4 (2 × 7) + 3 (2 + 9) 6 – 7

<

4 (2 × 7) + 3 = (2 + 9) 6 – 7

>

BLM L-3

Tilt or Balance Challenge

Name

 ■ + 3 ■ × 2

+ 3 × 2

——

 ( ■ × 5) + 2 ( ■ – 2) 9

( × 5) + 2 ( – 2) 9

——

 2 × ■ + 8 – ■ 3 × ■ – 6

2 × + 8 – 3 × – 6

——

BLM L-4

Create a Journey Story

If possible, create a story about a journey that the graph could represent. If not possible, explain.

 A Distance Time C

Distance

 B Distance Time D

Distance

 Time E Distance Time
 Time F Distance Time

BLM L-5

Toy Purchases

BLM L-6

Toying with Measures

Name

 Mean Median Mode

Original Set of 6

Make predictions based on these changes. Give reasons for your predictions.

Reasons

Return the \$1 toy

Reasons

Get a free toy

Reasons

Reasons

Reasons

Calculate the actual statistics for each of the changes.