A 3-digit place value worksheet to represent the number of the day in different ways.
Print a class set and laminate to use with dry-erase markers.
Alternatively, print a black and white version for each student to glue into their math journal, or create a number of the day folder.
Provide students with a 3-digit number or encourage them to pick their own 3-digit number to:
- write the number in word form
- write the number in standard form
- record the place value of each digit
- write the number in expanded form
- create a number pattern starting with the given number
- represent the number with beads on an abacus
- write a number greater than the given number
- write a number less than the given number.
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Common Core Curriculum alignment
Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.
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