This worksheet is designed to save time with multiple uses. The following twenty tasks will give students practice covering place value. You could make a class set on colored paper and laminate or use in a center. Use as a warm-up or to fill a few minutes when an unexpected guest drops by. Assign all 20 questions or the first ten, etc.

**Our Guest Number for today is ___________**

*(Choose a number from 100 – 999)*

**1.**Draw a picture using base ten blocks to represent the number.

**2.**Represent the number in expanded form.

**3.**Write the number in words.

**4.**What’s the value of the

**tens**place?

**5.**Create a new number by reversing the

**tens**and

**hundreds**place.

**6.**Use >, <, or = to compare the new number and the original number.

**7.**Reorder the digits to create the largest number possible.

**8.**Reorder the digits to create the smallest number possible.

**9.**Create a fraction by using the digit in the

**hundreds**place as the numerator and the digit in the

**ones**place as the denominator.

**10.**Add the digit in the

**tens**place and the digit in the

**ones**place.

**11.**Add the digit in the

**hundreds**place to the digit in the

**ones**place.

**12.**Add the two numbers you created in #10 and #11

**13.**Create a new number by eliminating the

**hundreds**place.

**14.**Add the answer for #13 to the answer for #12.

**15.**Subtract the answers for #12 and #13. Be certain to put the larger number on top.

**16.**Which letter does each of the digits represent in the alphabet? For example, 89; “H” is the eighth letter and “I” is the ninth letter in the alphabet. Thus, the answer is “HI”

**17.**Subtract #8 from #7. Be certain to put the larger number on top.

**18.**Add 4 hundreds 0 tens and 8 ones to the original number.

**19.**Round to the nearest tens place.

**20.**Round to the nearest hundreds place.

You may find magnetic base ten blocks and a storybook helpful for your class too from Amazon.