Number and Place Value Maths Games for Year 3 (age 7-8)
On-screen activities working with larger numbers up to 1,000.
All activities use colourful lively displays requiring children to input answers on the screen.
Printable marked answer sheets are available at the end of each set together with on-screen rewards for all correct answers. Timed challenges are also available.
Representing numbers up to 1,000
Using base ten blocks, number lines and place value grids to represent numbers up to 1,000.
Read the place value grids using hundreds, tens and ones.
Read the place value grid using hundreds, tens and ones.
Counting larger numbers
Counting in multiples of 100 and finding 100 more or less than a given number.
Counting objects in multiples of 100, up to 1 000.
Fill in the missing number on the number track: counting in whole hundreds or fifties.
Count back in multiples of 100 on a number track by filling in the missing numbers.
Count objects in multiples of one hundred up to one thousand.
Count objects in multiples of fifty up to five hundred with images to help.
Fill in the missing number to complete the number track.
Count back in multiples of 50 on a number track by filling in the missing numbers.
Count objects in multiples of fifty up to five hundred.
Finding 100 more than or 100 less than three digit numbers.
Comparing and ordering numbers up to 1,000.
Tap on the trains that equal 50 when rounded to the nearest 10.
Using the <, > and = symbols to compare two place value grids.
Finding the largest 3-digit number you can make with three digit cards.
Compare two numbers shown in digits or base 10 blocks.