# Max Maths, Year 3, Practice, Place value (13)

## Maths Resource Description

In a Year 3 mathematics practice focused on place value, students are encouraged to demonstrate their understanding by identifying the value of each digit in a given number. The exercise involves filling in the blanks to show what each digit represents based on its position within the number.

For instance, in the number 729, the digit 7 is located in the Hundreds place, which means it represents 700. Similarly, the digit 2 is in the Tens place, representing 20, while the digit 9 is in the Ones place, representing 9. In another example, the number 105 has the digit 1 in the Hundreds place, representing 100, the digit 0 in the Tens place, which contributes nothing to the number's value, and the digit 5 in the Ones place, representing 5. This exercise is repeated with different numbers, such as 481 and 536, to ensure students can identify and understand the value of digits in various positions. The practice work is linked to workbook pages 11 to 12, where students can continue to explore and reinforce their knowledge of place value.