Try writing these 3-digit numbers in digits or words.
Understand hundreds, tens and units and the value of each digit.
Finding one less than a number sounds easy, but some of these cross the hundreds boundary.
Being able to count on and back in tens gives children confidence with numbers.
The best way to count larger numbers of objects is to group them into 5s or 10s.
Quick revision pages on counting on and counting back.
Practise counting along number tracks, often crossing the hundreds boundary. Notice some of the tracks start at the bottom and go up!
This time it’s counting on and back in whole tens, starting with any 2-digit number.
Now were counting on and back in whole hundreds, up to 1000, starting with any multiple of 10.
Counting on and back in fifties, from various starting points.
Counting on in fours from various starting points
Counting on in eights from various starting points.
Some fascinating patterns can be found by counting on a number square.
Can you remember what multiples are? Some are easier to spot than others.
An abacus is a great way to teach place value. These pages look at hundreds, tens and units.
Understanding place value is vital. The value of a digit depends on its place in the number.
Putting numbers in order, starting with pence and moving on to decimals.
Finding more or less than a number is straightforward, but finding half way between two numbers is much harder.
Filling in missing numbers on a 100 square can be quite tricky.
These pages look at 100 more or 100 less than 3-digit numbers.
Some more ordering numbers. These are harder because there are five 3-digit numbers to order. Take it one number at a time, starting with the smallest.
Starting with blank 0-10 number lines and moving on to 0-100 number lines, how easy is it to place numbers accurately?
Remember the rules when rounding a number to the nearest whole ten
More rounding numbers to the nearest whole ten.
When rounding to the nearest hundred, look at the tens digit to decide what to do.
Rounding the lengths of bridges and rivers, or even birds’ wingspans.
Rounding numbers helps with giving a good approximation of an answer. Especially important when using calculators.
Plenty of practice at partitioning 3-digit numbers in different ways.