Worksheet: Ordering Three-Digit Numbers
In this worksheet, we will practice ordering three-digit numbers by comparing hundreds, tens, and ones.
Arrange the numbers in ascending order.
Arrange the numbers in descending order.
A teacher asks two students to order the following numbers in ascending order: 909, 912, 901, 921. Emma ordered them as follows: 901, 909, 912, 921, while Jennifer ordered them as follows: 921, 912, 909, 901. Which girl ordered them correctly?
Order the cards on the number line.
Order the towers in the table from tallest to shortest.
- ACairo Tower, Eiffel Tower, Burj Khalifa
- BBurj Khalifa, Eiffel Tower, Cairo Tower
- CBurj Khalifa, Cairo Tower, Eiffel Tower
- DEiffel Tower, Cairo Tower, Burj Khalifa
Put the following animals in order, from the lightest to the heaviest.
- ABear, zebra, giraffe, horse
- BBear, zebra, horse, giraffe
- CHorse, zebra, giraffe, bear
- DGiraffe, horse, zebra, bear
What is the largest 2-digit number that can be made when one of the digits from 786 is removed?
What is the smallest 3-digit number?
What is the greatest number than can be formed using the digits 8, 7, and 3 without repetition?
What is the greatest 3-digit number?
What is the greatest 3-digit number whose digits are all different?
What is the smallest number that can be made using the digits 2, 6, and 4?
What is the smallest 3-digit number whose digits are all different?
Order these numbers from greatest to least.