Key Stage Two : Maths : Year Three Planning : Term One : Hundreds, Tens and Ones

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to investigate and record the place value of different three digit numbers by partitioning each number into their matching hundreds, tens and ones. The class can practise using concrete equipment and diagrams to model and illustrate the place value of the digits in different numbers to one thousand.

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This teaching pack includes five lessons to teach the class to investigate and record the place value of different three digit numbers by partitioning each number into their matching hundreds, tens and ones. There are activities for shared, independent and group learning.

This scheme of work for maths is recommended for Year Three in Key Stage Two although it could also be easily differentiated for children in other ages and classes to use.

Skills covered in this teaching pack include identifying the place value of the digits in a number, counting in steps of hundreds, using concrete objects to model place value and partitioning a three digit number into hundreds, tens and ones.

Lesson One : Number Hundreds

Identify and record the numbers of hundreds in different quantities of objects. The class can practise counting in steps of one hundred from different starting numbers using concrete equipment. Preview this lesson.

Lesson Two : Counting Hundreds

Discuss how the place value of digits in a number change when counting in hundreds. The class can complete numbers sequences to show how to count in steps of one hundred from different starting numbers to one thousand.

Lesson Three : Digit Sums

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.

Lesson Four : Mixing Numbers

Select and combine different numbers of hundreds, tens and ones to produce a range of three digit numbers. The class can record other numbers that can be created by mixing the digits in each of the numbers built by combining the hundreds, tens and ones.

Lesson Five : Grid Numbers

Identify three digit numbers that can be built using different combinations of hundreds, tens and ones. The class can explore how the value of numbers change when digits are swapped between positions for hundreds, tens and ones in different numbers.

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