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Hundreds, Tens, Ones (eg. __ = 500 + 30 + 6)

Expanded Form (up to hundreds)

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Writing a 3-digit number (between 1 and 999) as hundreds, tens, and ones involves breaking down the number into its respective place values. Each digit in the number represents a different place value: hundreds, tens, and ones.

Encourage students to practice writing various 3-digit numbers in terms of hundreds, tens, and ones to reinforce their understanding of place value.

In these Second Grade math worksheets, students practice how to write 3-digit numbers (1-999) as hundreds, tens and ones. This will help the students in their understanding of the base ten number system.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to write a number as hundreds, tens and ones.

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Hundreds, Tens and Ones Worksheet #1

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Hundreds, Tens and Ones Worksheet #2

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Hundreds, Tens and Ones Worksheet #1 (Interactive)

Hundreds, Tens and Ones Worksheet #2 (Interactive)

Give the digit in ones or tens place (Interactive)

Give the Place Value (Interactive)

Lessons on Tens and Ones
Tens and Ones (eg. 73 = __ tens and __ ones)

Add Tens and Ones (eg. 60 + 4 = )

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