Identifying Written Numbers | Year 4 Maths Reosurces

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## What you need to know

Things to remember:

• We write our numbers as we read them
• If we don’t say any any hundreds, tens, or units then we write a 0.

In a test you might need to find a number in a list, so let’s see how we do this.

Find seven thousand, eight hundred and fifty-seven in the following list:

8557 7585 5857 7857 7855

We can do this by writing down the numbers as we read them.

Seven thousand

7

Eight hundred

78

Fifty-seven

7857

8557 7585 5857 7857 7855

We can also think of it as adding.

$$7000 + 800 + 57 = 7857$$

When we don’t have any units, tens, or hundreds we just write down a 0.

“Write five thousand, and fifty-four.”

Five thousand

5

We didn’t say any hundreds

50

Fifty-four

5054

## Example Questions

Two thousand

2

Three hundred

23

Fifty-two

2352

5322 2235 2352 5223 3225

Six thousand

6

Four hundred

64

And seven

6407

Notice how we didn’t mention any tens, so we just need to write a 0.

6407 4670 7604 6740 4076