Using Cards

Using Cards Worksheet

Worksheet Description

This worksheet contains three exercises that involve digit cards. Each exercise presents the student with a set of three different digit cards and asks them to create both the greatest and smallest possible numbers by rearranging these digits. The students must write down these numbers in the spaces provided. Additionally, they are required to calculate the total of the two numbers they have created.

The worksheet is designed to teach students about numerical value and the effects of digit placement within a number. By arranging the same digits in different orders to form the greatest and smallest possible numbers, students learn how position affects a digit’s value. This exercise helps to enhance their understanding of the base-ten number system and place value. Moreover, by asking for the sum of the greatest and smallest numbers, the worksheet also incorporates addition skills, allowing for a multifaceted approach to numerical understanding.