# Introducing place value

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will begin to use a place value chart to understand the value of numbers

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
How many groups of ten are there here?
Correct answer: 3 groups of ten
4 groups of ten
5 groups of ten
Q2.
How many tens are in this number?
There are 3 groups of ten in this number
Correct answer: There are 4 groups of ten in this number
Q3.
How many tens are in this number?
There are 2 groups of ten in this number
Correct answer: There is 1 group of ten in this number

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
How many coins are there altogether in this place value chart?
32
34
Q2.
True or false.
True
Q3.
True or false.
True
Q4.
How many coins are here?
Correct answer: There are 2 groups of ten, 4 ones and 24 coins altogether
There are 2 groups of ten, 6 ones and 26 coins altogether
Q5.
How many coins are here?
There are 3 groups of ten, 2 ones and 32 coins altogether
Correct answer: There are 4 groups of tens, 2 ones and 42 coins altogether