**Place value** refers to the value of each digit in a number. For example, the number **928** has three “places”—or columns—each with a specific value. In this three-digit number, the **8** is in the “ones” place, the **2*** *is in the “tens” place, and the **9** is in the “hundreds” place.

Place value chart helps your kids to explore numbers from one to millions. A place-value chart is a way to make sure digits are in the correct places.

Each digit in a whole number has a **place value**, based on its position from the right, as seen in the following place value chart. The **value of a digit** in the number is the digit multiplied by the place value. Each place on a chart has a value that is 10 times the value of the place on its right.

The number 928 can be written in expanded form as: