Place Value Activities in Maths

In our latest maths lesson, we dove headfirst into the world of place value. This is the system that helps us make sense of numbers by assigning values based on their position. For example, in the number 365, the ‘3’ represents hundreds, the ‘6’ stands for tens and the ‘5’ is the ones or units digit.

For this interactive maths lesson, the children solved puzzles, completed worksheets and played team games to help them grasp the concept of place value. Some students tackled maths puzzles and problems on big flip chart paper. These brain-teasers pushed their mathematical thinking, encouraging creative problem solving.

We are looking forward to more hands-on maths lessons in future.

Miss Coope

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