# Worksheet: More and Less: One, Ten, or One Hundred

In this worksheet, we will practice using place value to add or subtract 1, 10, or 100 from three-digit numbers.

**Q4: **

Find the number that is 100 more than 852.

**Q5: **

Complete the table below.

Number | |||
---|---|---|---|

888 | 889 | 898 | 988 |

867 |

- A868, 878, 978
- B868, 876, 967
- C868, 877, 967
- D867, 877, 967

**Q6: **

864 is more than 854.

**Q7: **

Find the number that is 100 less than 156.

**Q8: **

Can you find 10 more and 10 less than the number on the robot’s display screen?

- A813, 923
- B923, 723
- C813, 833
- D822, 824

**Q9: **

There are 234 pages in my novel. There are 100 fewer pages in my sister’s novel. How many pages are there in my sister’s novel?

**Q10: **

Mason has 248 stamps. He gives 100 of them to his friend Anthony. How many stamps does he have now?

**Q11: **

David made a number out of place value blocks.

Pick the number that is 10 more than his number.

- A
- B
- C
- D

**Q13: **

Which number comes right after 5,222?

**Q14: **

When skip counting backward by 100, we subtract 100 each time.

Fill in the missing three numbers.

- A
- B
- C
- D

**Q15: **

To skip count by 100, add 100 to each number.

Find the missing numbers.

- A
- B
- C
- D

**Q16: **

Daniel is skip counting to 1,000.

Which skip count is he using?

- ASkip counting by 1s
- BSkip counting by 100s
- CSkip counting by 10s

Which digit changes each time?

- AThe tens digit
- BThe hundreds digit
- CThe ones digit

What will the next 3 numbers in the sequence be?

- A207, 208, 209
- B603, 604, 605
- C612, 622, 632
- D702, 802, 902

**Q17: **

Here are 3 groups of numbers.

What is the pattern that **all** the groups follow?

- Askip counting by 100s
- Bskip counting by 1s
- Cskip counting by 10s
- Dskip counting by 5s

**Q18: **

Liam is counting up to 1,000. Look at his number line.

Which number is he skip counting by?

Liam continues counting. What number will come next in the sequence?

**Q20: **

Use the number track to answer the questions.

Skip count by 10s to find the missing number.

Look at the digits in the sequence. We can see that the hundreds and the ones stay the same. What happens to the tens digits?

- AThe tens digits increase by five each time.
- BThe tens digits increase by one each time.
- CThe tens digits increase by two each time.
- DThe tens digits increase by ten each time.

**Q21: **

When counting in ones, what number comes before?

**Q22: **

What is 10 less than 207?

**Q23: **

What is one less than 277?