3-DIGIT PLACE VALUE
These Place Value worksheets and activities are for Grade 2 learners. Let us make children understand that the 3 digits in a 3 digit number represents the amount of hundreds, tens and ones. 10 unit blocks make ‘tens’. Similarly, ten tens make a ‘hundred’. Let us look into an example.
Take a number 874. It is read as eight hundred and seventy four. How did you read so? There are 8 hundreds, 7 tens and 4 ones in the above mentioned three digit number. Place value understanding is most important for addition and subtraction.
On practising these worksheets, children would learn the place value of numbers from 100 to 999. You will learn to read numbers, count hundreds, tens, and ones using blocks, form three digit numbers, write numbers in expanded and compact form, find place value of underlined digits, and you can also enjoy a few activities here.