Representing Whole Numbers to 1 000 Math Task Cards | Paper and Digital | Grade 3
Demonstrate number sense with these task cards. Students will represent numbers using standard form, words, expanded form, place value, or Base 10 blocks. Use them for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation a snap.
This versatile resource includes:
3 different decks of 24 cards each. You can use multiple decks at the same time, making differentiation easy.
- Deck 1: 24 cards representing numbers up to 50
- Deck 2: 24 cards representing numbers up to 100
- Deck 3: 24 cards representing numbers up to 1 000
- options to use the cards on paper, with Google Slides or with Google Forms.
- instructions to prepare the paper cards (colour or ink-saving).
- instructions to prepare the Google Slides version.
- Instructions to prepare the Google Forms version (which is self-grading).
- a list of ways to use the questions in your classroom.
different students answer recording options.
answer keys for all the cards.
- Canadian/British spellings.
- SI Notation, so numbers are written with spaces between place values instead of commas. (Example: 1 000 instead of 1,000).
This set aligns with:
- Alberta Program of Studies Math Grade 3
- British Columbia Mathematics Curricular Competencies Grade 3
This set supports:
- Saskatchewan Mathematics Curriculum N3.1
- lessons about representing numbers using standard form, words, expanded form, place value, or Base 10 blocks.
- lessons about representing whole numbers concretely, pictorially, symbolically.
Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and click on the link in the file. It can also be used by printing the paper version.
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