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  • 1. YEAR 4 PLACE VALUE TO 999 An Interactive Qwizdom Presentation
  • 2. Tens and Units Place Value Next Page
  • 3. Type your name and send: Next Page
  • 4. Send your number as soon as the question appears. When you see it , send it ! Learning Objective: to order numbers to 999 Next Page
  • 5. First look at the tens digit. Two tens are twenty! Next Page
  • 6. Next look at the units digit. Five units are 5. Next Page
  • 7. Two tens and Five units = 25 Next Page
  • 8. Now it’s your turn, but remember: When you see it, SEND IT! Next Page
  • 9. twenty-six 26 The digit 6 is worth 6 units How much is the number “6” worth? Next Page
  • 10. thirty-Five 35 The digit 3 is worth 30 How much is the number “3” worth? Next Page
  • 11. eighty-four 84 The digit 8 is worth 80 How much is the number “8” worth? Next Page
  • 12. Well Done! You have worked hard ordering two-digit numbers, now have a go at ordering three-digit numbers. Next Page
  • 13. Three-digit numbers have Hundreds and Units Tens Next Page
  • 14. Two Hundreds Next Page
  • 15. five Tens Next Page
  • 16. Eight Units Next Page
  • 17. = Two hundred and fifty eight Next Page
  • 18. Now it’s YOUR turn. Next Page
  • 19. one hundred and thirty-six 136 The digit 1 is worth 1 x 100 = 100 How much is the number “1” worth? Next Page
  • 20. one hundred and twenty 120 The digit 0 is worth 0 units How much is the number “0” worth? Next Page
  • 21. one hundred and twenty-seven 127 The digit 2 is worth 2 x 10 =20 How much is the number “2” worth? Next Page
  • 22. one hundred and forty The digit 4 is worth 4 x 10 = 40 How much is the number “4” worth? Next Page
  • 23. one point zero seven 1.07 The digit 1 is worth 1 unit How much is the number “1” worth? Next Page
  • 24. Once you know place value , you will find partitioning numbers a lot easier. Next Page
  • 25. LO: to order numbers to 999 I understand this idea fully. I have some understanding but I need more practice. I don’t understand this idea at all and need to work again on this unit of work. A B C End of slide show