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Numbers To 1000 L2 Place Value

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  • 1. Lesson 2: Numbers to 1000 Place Value
  • 2. How many are there? 8 4 2 Ones Tens Hundreds Stands for 2 hundreds or 200 Stands for 4 tens or 40 Stands for 8 ones or 8
  • 3. Take out your white board and white board marker.
  • 4. 3 7 6 Ones Tens Hundreds
  • 5. Ones Tens Hundreds 3 7 6 Stands for _____ hundreds or _______ Stands for _____ tens or _______ Stands for ____ ones or ______
  • 6.
    • 706 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    706 = _____ + ____ + ____ In 706, 700 and 6 make 706 Ones Tens Hundreds the digit _____ is in the ones place, the digit _____ is in the tens place and the digit _____ is in the hundreds place
  • 7. Let’s recap what we have learnt today
  • 8. In 708, In 960, Let’s recap 700 + 8 = 708 700 and 8 makes 708 900 + 60 = 960 900 and 60 makes 960 the digit 7 is in the _______ place, the digit 0 is in the _______ place and the digit 8 is in the _______ place the digit _____ is in the ones place, the digit _____ is in the tens place and the digit _____ is in the hundreds place
  • 9. Lets recap Find the missing numbers.
    • 800, 60 and 7 make _____
    • 200 + 70 + 40 = ______
    • 500, 50 and 7 make _____
    • 400 + 30 + 6 = _____
  • 10. Question time
  • 11. Homework Exercise 3 Please do the exercise in Math 2. Paste this slide in your exercise book.
    • Write down the number of hundreds, tens and ones.
    • 236 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    • 370 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    • 505 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    • 737 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    • 800 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
    • 1000 = ____ hundreds ___ tens ____ ones
  • 12.
    • Fill in the blanks
    • 100 + 20 + 8 = ______
    • 400 + 30 + 2 = ______
    • 600 + 0 + 7 = ______
    • 300 + 40 + 0 = _____
    • 200 + ____ + 7 = 237
    • ____ + 40 + 6 = 946
    • 500 + 30 + ____ = 539
    Homework Exercise 4 Please do the exercise in Math 2. Paste this slide in your exercise book.
  • 13. Reading task
    • Read page 14 to 17 of your math textbook before Thursday’s lesson.
    • Read and have an idea so that you will be well-prepared
    • Revise your P1 concept
      • What is greater than ? It is more than .
      • What is smaller than ? It is less than .