# Doing Math with Family

Hi everyone, today I will be doing my third lesson called Doing Math with Family. I learnt about Place Value of numbers.
Before learning about Place Value, I have to count the number of DIGITS. Suppose the number is 506, then it is a three-digit number.

Here is an example of counting digits:

Every number has a value called ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS, THOUSANDS, etc.  To know place value of a number, I created the Height Order Test.

I use my family members to help me with the place values. The shortest is my bother and he represents the ONES. I am next, so I represent the TENS, My mother is taller than me and she represents the HUNDREDS. Since my dad is the tallest, he will represent THOUSANDS

Just as my dad is the tallest, the THOUSANDS is the largest place value. It is bigger than the HUNDREDS, TENS and ONES
And just as my brother is the smallest, the ONES has the smallest value. Also, there are no values smaller than ONES.

Here’s a picture to show you the place value.

PICTURE OF HEIGHT ORDER TEST

I also found a cool game that helped me understand greater than, less than, and equal to. It’s called Hacker, by PBS Kids. Have fun playing it!

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/math-games/number-sense/

Hope you enjoy the game. If you have more fun facts about Number Sense and Place Values, do share with me in the comments section. Let’s learn together!

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