This worksheet covers CCSS / MAFS 2.NBT.1.1, Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones. (It also reinforces the skill of drawing a quick picture to represent a number.)
Although this worksheet is intended for second graders, it could be used for students who are ready to move on from just determining place value of two-digit numbers.
Before completing this worksheet, students should understand how to draw quick pictures to represent numbers. (Squares/flats = 100, sticks = 10, circles = 1) Feel free to have your students draw the quick pictures any way you have taught them.
This worksheet could be used as morning work, homework, or an alternative assessment to see if your students understand the standard.
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