# Numbers To 1000

In this article, we will learn Numbers to 1000 and we will cover the following points:

1. Counting to 1000
2. Reading and writing numbers in numerals and words
3. Before, After and Between

## Topic Recap

### Numbers to 100

Count the sticks:

There are 10 sticks.

If we group them up into 1 bundle, we will have 10 sticks in one bundle.

If we count similar bundles below, we will get 100 sticks.

10 bundles $=$ 100 sticks

Question 1:

How many sticks are there?

1. 9
2. 36
3. 63
4. 90

Solution:

Every bundle has 10 sticks. There are 60 sticks in 6 bundles. Add the 3 sticks and you will get 63 sticks altogether.

(3) 63

Question 2:

How many sticks are there?

1. Five
2. Twelve
3. Forty-eight
4. Eighty-four

Solution:

Every bundle has 10 sticks. There are 40 sticks in 4 bundles. Add the 8 single sticks and you will get 48 sticks altogether.

(3) Forty-eight

## 1. Counting To 1000

Group 10 of these bundles into 1 group and put them in a tray.

\begin{align}​​ 1 \text{ tray} &= 10 \text{ bundles of } 10 \text{ sticks} \\[2ex] &= 100 \text{ sticks} \end{align} ​

Let’s count 10 of these trays:

$10 \text{ trays} = 1000 \text{ sticks}$

Example 1:

How many sticks are there below?

$300+50+2=352$

There are 352 sticks.

We can also write 352 as: Three hundred and fifty-two

Question 1:

How many sticks are there below?

1. 73
2. 138
3. 738
4. 783

Solution:

Number of sticks in 7 trays $=$ 700 sticks

Number of sticks in 3 bundles $=$ 30 sticks

Number of single sticks $=$ 8 sticks

$700 + 30 + 8 = 738$

(3) 738

Question 2:

Count the number of sticks below:

1. 47
2. 74
3. 407
4. 704

Solution:

Number of sticks in 4 trays $=$ 400 sticks

Number of single sticks $=$ 7 sticks

1 tray $=$ 100 sticks

$400 + 7 = 407$

(3) 407

Question 3:

How many sticks are there?

1. Seven thirty
2. Seven hundred and thirty
3. Seven hundred and three
4. Seven hundred and threety

Solution:

Number of sticks in 7 trays $=$ 700 sticks

Number of sticks in 3 bundles $=$ 30 sticks

$700 + 30 = 730$

(2) Seven hundred and thirty

Question 4:

How many sticks are there in the figure below?

1. One hundred and four
2. One hundred and fourteen
3. One hundred and forty
4. Fourteen

Solution:

Number of sticks in 1 tray $=$ 100 sticks

Number of single sticks $=$ 4 sticks

$100 + 4 = 104$

(1) One hundred and four

## 2. Reading And Writing Numbers In Numerals And Words

Example 1:

Write the following in words.

681

Six hundred and eighty-one

Example 2:

Write the following in words.

1000

One thousand

Question 1:

Choose the correct words and arrange them in order to form the number shown.

Five hundred and twelve

Question 2:

Choose the correct words and arrange them in order to form the number shown.

Seven hundred and forty

Question 3:

Which of the following shows 999 in words?

1. Nine hundred and nine nine
2. Nine hundred and nineteen
3. Nine hundred and ninety-nine
4. Nine nine nine

(3) Nine hundred and ninety-nine

Question 4:

Which of the following shows 103 in words?

1. One hundred and three
2. One zero three
3. One hundred and thirty
4. One hundred and thirteen

(1) One hundred and three

Example 3:

Write the following in numerals.

Two hundred and fifty-seven

257

Example 4:

Write the following in numerals.

Nine hundred and eight

908

Example 5:

Choose the correct numbers and arrange them in order to form the number shown.

814

Question 5:

Choose the correct numbers and arrange them in order to form the number shown.

620

Question 6:

Choose the correct numbers and arrange them in order to form the number shown.

561

Question 7:

Which of the following shows the words in numerals?

Six hundred and eleven

1. 601
2. 608
3. 610
4. 611

(4) 611

Question 8:

Which of the following shows the words in numerals?

Three hundred and seventy

1. 307
2. 317
3. 370
4. 377

(3) 370

## 3. Before, After And Between

• 599 comes before 600.
• 601 comes after 600.
• 600 comes between 599 and 601.

Question 1:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes just before 559 is __________.

1. 549
2. 558
3. 560
4. 569

(2) 558

Question 2:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes just before __________ is 388.

1. 337
2. 339
3. 387
4. 389

(4) 389

Question 3:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes just after 111 is __________.

1. 110
2. 112
3. 120
4. 121

(2) 112

Question 4:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes just after __________ is 780.

1. 778
2. 779
3. 781
4. 782

(2) 779

Question 5:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes between 888 and 890 is __________.

1. 887
2. 889
3. 891
4. 892

(2) 889

Question 6:

Which of the following is the correct answer?

The number that comes between 518 and __________ is 519.

1. 516
2. 517
3. 520
4. 521

(3) 520

## Challenge Yourself

Question 1:

Which of the following numbers is smaller than 649?

1. 645
2. 650
3. 654
4. 694

(1) 645

Question 2:

Which of the following numbers is greater than 505?

1. 455
2. 495
3. 500
4. 550

(4) 550

Question 3:

Which of the following numbers is greater than 645 but smaller than 845?

1. 545
2. 745
3. 895
4. 945

(2) 745

1. Counting to 1000
2. Reading and writing numbers in numerals and words
3. Before, After and Between

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