Worksheet: Hundreds

In this worksheet, we will practice defining a hundred as 10 tens or 100 ones, modeling100 with place value blocks, andcountinghundreds to 1000.

Q1:

Complete the sentence:

If we have 600 ones, we have bundles of ten tens.

Q2:

Look at the model. Ethan composed a three-digit number using bundles of 10 tens.

Which number did he make?

Q3:

Find the correct way to describe 900.

  • A9 bundles of 10 tens
  • B90 bundles of 10 tens
  • C900 bundles of 10 tens
  • D9 bundles of ones

Q4:

100 can be thought of as a bundle of 10 tens—called a “hundred”.

Here, 10 rods of ten have been bundled together to build a hundred block.

Use this model to help you find how many hundred blocks make 200.

Q5:

Which picture shows the number 300?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q6:

Place value is all about groups of ten.

10 ones make 1 ten and 10 tens make 1 hundred.

How many groups of 10 make 2 hundreds?

Q7:

If we have 2 bundles of 10 tens, we can express them as ones.

Q8:

How can we express 5 bundles of 10 tens in digits?

Q9:

This place value block is one hundred.

How can we show three hundred?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q10:

Pick one way to express 100.

  • AOne hundred
  • BOne ten
  • CTwo thousands
  • DOne thousand

Q11:

There are 100 balls in each box. How many balls are there in total?

Q12:

Each jar contains 100 candies.

Count in hundreds to find how many candies there are.

Write the answer in digits.

Write the number of candies in words.

  • AFive hundred
  • BSix hundred
  • CFour hundred

Q13:

Each jar contains 100 pieces of candy. How many pieces of candy are there altogether?

Q14:

Each office building has 100 floors.

Skip count by 100s to find the total number of floors.

Q15:

How many marbles are there?

Q16:

We can count in hundreds.

Write the missing number in words.

  • ASix hundred
  • BFour hundred
  • CFive hundred

Write the missing number in digits.

Q17:

Each box contains 100 paper clips.

Count in hundreds to find how many paper clips there are.

Write the number in words.

  • ASeven hundred
  • BSix hundred
  • CEight hundred

Write the number in digits.

Q18:

If we put 10 ones in a line, we get a ten.

So, one ten is 10 times as many as 1. We can write this as 10=10×1.

If we put 10 tens together, we get a hundred.

Complete the sentence: One hundred is times as many as 10.

Write an equation that shows this.

  • A90=9×10
  • B100=10×10
  • C20=10×10
  • D10=10×1
  • E100=90×10

Q19:

What is the value of the colored place value block?

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