Place Value of a 3 Digit Number is a lesson plan that will help KS2 outdoor learning look easy! Simply get out of the classroom and into nature by doing this fun and active lesson. Made by teachers for teachers this will make maths enjoyable and in context. There is also lots of support to help you differentiation your outdoor learning and to dive in deeper and offer support where needed.
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Lesson Plan Aim: (Year 3) To recognise the place value of each digit in a 3-digit number (100s, 10s, 1s).
Lesson Success Criteria: I can create my own Hundreds, Tens and One frame and label it correctly.
- I can use natural objects to represent a 3-digit number.
- I can explain the value of each digit for a 3-digit number.
- I can write down my 3-digit number in words.