# 3-Digit Place Value Worksheets

• ###### 3-Digit Place Value #15

Think of numbers like secret codes that hold valuable information. Every number is made up of digits, and where these digits are in the number tells us how much they’re worth. This idea is called “place value.” In 3-digit place value worksheets, we’re going to learn all about how to read, write, and understand numbers with three digits.

### Types of Problems To Expect

First, let’s practice reading and writing numbers. Imagine you have the number 325. The digit 3 is in the hundreds place, the digit 2 is in the tens place, and the digit 5 is in the ones place. This means we have 3 hundreds, 2 tens, and 5 ones. So, we can read this number as “three hundred twenty-five.” On your worksheet, you might find numbers like 468 or 129. It’s your job to figure out what each digit stands for and read the numbers correctly.

B. Comparing Numbers

Have you ever played a game and wanted to know who has the highest score? Comparing numbers is like that! On your worksheet, you might see two or more 3-digit numbers, and you’ll need to figure out which number is bigger or smaller. Remember, the digit in the hundreds place is the most important when comparing.

C. Expanded Form

Now, let’s break down big numbers into smaller parts. That’s what expanded form does! If you see a number like 536, you can write it in expanded form as 500 + 30 + 6. This helps us understand the value of each digit even better.

D. Number Riddles

Get ready for some fun challenges! Number riddles are like little puzzles where you need to guess the mystery number using clues. For example, the riddle might say, “I am a 3-digit number. My hundreds digit is 7, my tens digit is 2, and my ones digit is 9. What am I?” Can you figure out the mystery number?

Numbers can also play together in math problems! You might have to add or subtract 3-digit numbers on your worksheet. Remember to line up the digits properly to solve these problems accurately.

F. Fill in the Missing Digits

Sometimes, a number might have a missing digit. It’s like a puzzle piece that you need to find. For instance, if you see 4 _ 7, you have to figure out what digit goes in the empty spot to make a 3-digit number.