Today we are going to revisit place value. This is what we learned about at the very start of Year 3. Today we have a few options for what you are going to look at. Have a think about what you found tricky when we were learning about place value. Option 1 is to learn about today is numbers on a place value grid, thinking about what different digits mean when they are placed in the ones, tens or hundreds column.
Option 2 is to look at number lines. You will be looking at where to place numbers on a number line and figuring out what numbers are being pointed at on a number line. I know this was something that a few of us found tricky when we were learning about them in school so you might want to have a look at this and see if it clicks in your brain today.
Option 3 is if you feel really confident with both these areas of place value: there is a maths mystery challenge (similar to the escape the lighthouse game that we played in science at Christmas) for you to explore. Can you find out who took the missing glue sticks?
Below is a white rose video that will help you step by step through the learning about numbers in a place value grid. Take a look at the video and then complete the worksheet below. The answers are also below for you to check. Remember check each question as you go, if you get one wrong then go back to it and try to figure out where you went wrong. I have attached a place value grid that you can print off or copy to help you with this lesson.
Aut3.2.2 - 100s 10s and 1s (2).mp4
Below is a white rose video that will take you step by step through the learning about number lines to 1000. Have a watch of the video and complete the worksheet below. The answers are also below for you to check. Remember check each question as you go, if you get one wrong then go back to it and try to figure out where you went wrong. I have uploaded a number line to 1000, counting in tens that you may find helpful.
Aut3.2.4 - Number line to 1000.mp4
There is a mystery to solve below. You will need to use your place value knowledge to answer the questions and use your answers to figure out exactly who has moved the glue sticks! (The answers are at the end so you can mark as you go along.)