Help children partition 3-digit numbers by identifying the place value of hundreds, tens, and ones with this matching activity.
Partitioning Numbers Using Place Value
Partitioning numbers into place value means breaking down a number into its constituent parts based on its place value in the number system. Understanding this allows children. to understand the contribution of each digit to the overall value of the number.
Print, cut out, and laminate a class set of the partitioning cards and store them in a zip-lock bag. Students, individually or in small groups, connect the number cards with the addition and equal sign cards to create a number sentence.
How to Use This Place Value Activity
Once you’ve got this resource, prepare – it’s a great activity to include in your maths stations. First, provide your students with a number to decompose – then, in pairs, they can use the number cards, addition cards, and equal cards to create the expanded version of the number card you provided. Have them then write this in their math books and move on to the following number.
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This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a Teach Starter collaborator.
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