Lesson Worksheet: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones Mathematics
In this worksheet, we will practice representing numbers in hundreds, tens, and ones, given its place value blocks.
Find the value of the tens for the number represented by these place value blocks.
Select the base blocks that represent the number 543.
I used place value blocks to make a number.
The number has hundred, tens, and ones.
- A100, 30, 6
- B10, 3, 6
- C1, 3, 5
- D1, 3, 6
The number is .
What number is represented below?
Using a place value grid, we can figure out the value of each digit.
To find the value of the 3 in 435, I can write the digits into the grid.
The 3 is in the tens column, so I know the 3 has the value of 3 tens which is the same as 30.
Use a grid to help you find the value of the 6 in 126.
- B6 ones
- C6 hundreds
Select the number that has a 2 in the hundreds place.
Which set of place value blocks represents the number 236?
Find the value of the hundreds for the number represented by these place value blocks.
The place value blocks in the chart represent the number 364.
Fill in the blanks with the missing numbers.
There are hundreds.
There are tens.
There are ones.
Look at the place value blocks in the chart.
These blocks represent the number 438.
What is the value of the digit 4 in 438?
What is the value of the digit 3 in 438?
What is the value of the digit 8 in 438?