# Max Maths, Year 3, Work Book, Counting up to 1000

The Max Maths workbook for Year 3 presents a series of engaging exercises designed to help children practice counting up to 1000. In the first activity, students are asked to observe visual representations, such as beads or counting blocks, and write the corresponding numbers. This task helps to solidify their understanding of quantities and number formation. The illustrations provide a hands-on approach to learning, making it easier for young learners to grasp the concept of large numbers by visualising them as tangible objects.

Another exercise focuses on understanding the value of hundreds, tens, and ones. Students are presented with images of counters and must determine the total value by counting the number of hundreds, tens, and ones represented. They then fill in the blanks to complete the sentences that describe the total value of the counters. Additional tasks include writing numbers in words, which reinforces number literacy, and identifying sets of objects that represent the number 1000. The workbook also includes a matching activity where children connect visual representations of groups of hundreds, tens, and ones to their numerical counterparts, further enhancing their counting skills and number recognition up to 1000.