# Recognise Place Value in Three-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, students will recognise place value in three-digit numbers.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Recognise Hundreds, Tens and Ones

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#### Worksheet Overview

In this activity, we'll look at the value of each digit in some three-digit numbers.

We know that a three-digit number is made up of hundreds, tens, and ones.

So, let's see what this means for a three-digit number.

What is the value of each number below?

843 = 800 + 40 + 3

The number 8 in 843, really means 800 (8 lots of 100)

We can see that the value of the 4 in 843 is really 40 (4 lots of 10)

And, finally, the number is 3 (3 lots of 1)

Let's have a look at another example.

In the number 267, what is the value of each digit?

267 = 200 + 60 + 7

The number 2 in 267, really means 200 (2 lots of 100)
We can see that the value of the 6 in 267 is really 60 (6 lots of 10)

And, finally, the number is (7 lots of 1)

Ok, let's give this a try!

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