# Max Maths, Year 3, Learn together, Counting up to 1000 (3)

In a Year 3 mathematics lesson from Max Maths, students continue to develop their counting skills by learning to count up to 1000. The lesson provides clear examples of how to break down numbers into hundreds, tens, and ones to understand their composition and how to pronounce them correctly. For instance, the number 537 is composed of 5 hundreds (500), 3 tens (30), and 7 ones (7). When combined, these parts make up the number five hundred and thirty-seven.

Another example given to the students is the number 762, which is broken down into its constituent parts: 7 hundreds (700), 6 tens (60), and 2 ones (2). This demonstrates how the number is formed and leads to the correct pronunciation of the number as seven hundred and sixty-two. These exercises help students grasp the concept of place value and the correct way to articulate larger numbers. The lesson directs students to workbook pages 2 to 4 for additional practice and reinforcement of the concepts covered.