A digit’s value is how much the digit is worth in a number. This depends were the digit is placed.
Divide the number up in to tens and ones (units) and place the penguins in the right grid.
Understand place value by adding the equal amount of weights to the scales.
Help Molly by cutting out the unit weights and
putting the right number on the scales to make them balance. <
Partitioning – three digit numbers
Partitioning is when you spilt a number into hundreds, tens & units.
358 can be split into
300 + 50 + 8 = 358
Split the number up to make the sum.
Ordering numbers to 100
Once you understand place value it is easier to order numbers to 100. Try these games to test you order your numbers.
Place the missing blocks on the number square.
Park the Pods on the correct numbers on the number square.
Select a Place the Number game when you start.
Writing digits 100
Learn to write number to 100 correctly by copying the numbers here.
If you need additional practice forming those numbers correctly you can print our Writing worksheets which can be found on the Reception and Year 1 tabs.
In Year 2 you should now recognise more complex number sequences using odd and even numbers. You should be able to continue a sequences that increases or decreases in regular steps.
Help Molly cross the valley by jumping over to the next term in the sequence.
Work out the missing numbers in these sequences.