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Know Your Numbers: Hundreds, Tens and Ones

In this worksheet, students recognise hundreds, tens and ones. Then they add them together to arrive at a final number.

'Know Your Numbers: Hundreds, Tens and Ones' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Recognise Hundreds, Tens and Ones

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must write down the number shown on the hundreds, tens and units abacus. 

 

This number shows 2 hundreds and 1 ten and 4 units.  

This is 200 + 10 + 4

The number shown is  214

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

  • Question 1

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
213
  • Question 2

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
623
  • Question 3

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
971
  • Question 4

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
750
  • Question 5

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
718
  • Question 6

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
718
  • Question 7

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
645
  • Question 8

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
864
  • Question 9

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
768
  • Question 10

Write down the number shown on the abacus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
605
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