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Hundreds, Tens and Units

1. 1. Tens and Units Place Value
2. 2. Call out the number before the answer appears. When you see it , say it !
3. 3. First look at the tens digit. Two tens are twenty!
4. 4. Next look at the units digit. Five units are 5.
5. 5. Two tens and Five units = 25
6. 6. Now it’s your turn, but remember: When you see it, SAY IT!
7. 7. twenty-six 26
8. 8. sixteen 16
9. 9. thirty-Five 35
10. 10. forty-two 42
11. 11. eighty-four 84
12. 12. nineteen 19
13. 13. forty-one 41
14. 14. thirty-seven 37
15. 15. thirteen 13
16. 16. twenty-one 21
17. 17. thirty-nine 39
18. 18. fifty-eight 58
19. 19. Well Done! You have worked hard reading two-digit numbers, now have a go at reading three-digit numbers.
20. 20. Three-digit numbers have Hundreds and Units Tens
21. 21. Two Hundreds
22. 22. five Tens
23. 23. Eight Units
24. 24. = Two hundred and fifty eight
25. 25. Now it’s YOUR turn.
26. 26. one hundred and thirty-six 136
27. 27. one hundred and twenty 120
28. 28. one hundred and twenty-seven 127
29. 29. one hundred and nineteen 119
30. 30. one hundred and forty
31. 31. one hundred and seven 107
32. 32. Once you know place value , you will find partitioning numbers a lot easier.