Digit Blocks

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to use concrete objects and diagrams to represent the place value of different numbers to one thousand. The class can randomly select different hundreds, tens and ones to visually show their value as three digit numbers.

Download this teaching pack including classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use concrete objects and diagrams to represent the place value of different numbers to one thousand

Learning Objectives

Practise counting in steps of one hundred from zero. Recognise the place value of the digits in a three-digit number.

Learning Outcomes

I can count in steps of one hundred from zero. I can know the value of the digits in a three digit number.

Hundreds, Tens and Ones

Activity to help the children complete different number sequences when counting in steps of one hundred to one thousand

Hundreds, Tens and Ones (support)

Activity to help the children complete different number sequences when counting in steps of one hundred to four hundred

Digit Blocks

Interactive activity to help the children use concrete objects and diagrams to represent the place value of different numbers to one thousand

Download this teaching pack including classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use concrete objects and diagrams to represent the place value of different numbers to one thousand

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