# Lesson Planning of Place Value of Digits

Lesson Planning of Place Value

Subject Mathematics

Students` Learning Outcomes

• Recognize the place value of a 3-digit number.
• Identify the place value of specific digit in a 3-digit number.

Information for Teachers

• A number with 3-digit is known as a 3-digit number.

• A 3-digit number has 3 place values i.e. ones, tens and hundreds. • An abacus is the one of the first counting device. It is a wooden/plastic framed tools with beads used to inculcate place value concept in children since childhood.

Material / Resources

Writing board, chalk / marker, duster, textbook, abacus, place value chart of hundred (100)

Introduction

• Tell the students 1 more than 99 are 100.
• We read it as one hundred.
• 99 is a 2-digit number.

• 100 is the smallest 3-digit number.
• It has 3 place values i.e. ones, tens and hundreds.
• Hang the place value for number 100 in front of class.

• Explain the students that we start writing the place value from right hand side and moves to the left i.e. ones, tens, hundreds

Development

Activity 1

• Show your class an abacus and inform the students that we are going to see the number 100 on abacus.
• Call one student and ask him to put one red bead in hundred rods.
• Tell the students that there is no bead in ones and tens rod.
• There is one bead in the hundreds rod.
• It shows 1 hundred, 0 Tens and 0 Ones.
• It makes the number hundred (100)
• Tell that students that similarity we can show 110 on abacus.

• Call one student and ask him to put one bead in hundreds and Tens rod.
• Ask students that 1 hundred, 1 Tens and 0 Ones makes which number? (110)
• Repeat this activity with different numbers and encourage the students.

Activity 2

• Write any 3-digits number on the board.
• Ask the students how many digits it has? (3)

• Ask them can they tell the place value of digit 7? (Ones)
• Explain the students that to identify the place value of a specific digit we take help from the place value chart.
• Like if we put 104 in the place value chart.

• We start reading any 3-digits number from left hand side.
• The first digit from right represents ones.
• The second digit from right represents tens.
• The third digit from right represents hundreds.
• So the place value of digit 4 in number 104 is Ones.
• Write different 3-digits numbers on the board and ask the students place value of any specific digits.

Sum up / Conclusion

• 3-digits number has following place values Ones, Tens, Hundreds.
• We can identify the place value of a specific digit in any 3-digit number by putting it in place value chart.

Assessment

• Make pictures of abacus on the board and ask the students to write the 3-digit number with the help of beads, sown on abacus.

Tick the correct  place value of shaded number.

• What is the place value of digit 1 in 1000?

• Put 1000 in place chart.
• Ask the students to solve the questions given in their textbook.