All of the tests on Math Worksheets Land are aligned directly to the core curriculum.
This quiz covers the following skills:
A. Three digit numbers are composed of three place values (hundreds, tens, and ones).
B. A hundred can be thought of as ten bundles of ten.
C. Integers that are an even hundreds value lack any tens or ones. Integers that are an even ten value lack any ones.
D. Be able to count within 1000 by ones, fives, tens, and hundreds.
E. Students are fluent within 1000 through the use of base-ten numerals, expanded form, and number names.
F. Use the symbols, >, <, and equal to compare two three-digit numbers.
G. Students should be fluent with sums and differences within 100.
H. Find the value of sums of four two-digit numbers using standard operations.
I. Use a variety of methods including models and place value to solve sums and differences within 1000.
J. Students should mentally be able to add a ten or hundred to any number under 900.
K. Students should be able to explain sums and differences via place values and operations.