Chapter 06 House of House of 6 Hundreds  I
Ajji, Teji and Jojo have come to the mela. Guess the number of torans.
Now find out how many there are.
How many triangles are there in a toran?
Try counting all the torans.
Total torans: 50 more than 200, which is 250
Teacher’s Note: Help children to count objects beyond 200 and show how the counting can be done as earlier using the same number names.
Guess how many bangles there are ____ .
Try counting the total number of bangles.
See how Teji is counting.
Total bangles: 200 and 80 more is 280.
Guess how many toffees there are in the boxes. ________
Count and check. _________
Jojo has 2 toffees in his hand.
How many toffees are there altogether?____
Jojo has 2 toffees in his hand.
How many toffees are there altogether?____
298 + 1 = 299
299 + 1 = 300
How many more torans to make 300?___
How many bangles less than 300?___
Which is more: bangles or torans?
Let us Do
1. Jojo is jumping on a tiled path inside the mela. Fill in the empty tiles with numbers.
2. Fill in the blanks with the correct numbers
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5. Ants have found food on the ground. Guess how many ants there are. Count and check.
Teacher’s Note: Ask why children got different answers and how one can get better at counting. The differences in the answers should be used as an opportunity to show why groups of 10 are more effective in counting correctly even large numbers. Help children arrive at a strategy to count correctly.
Teji and Jojo have learnt to write numbers with the help of matchstick bundles. They can also write number sentences in more than one way.
6. Fill in the blanks appropriately.
7. Place the numbers given above on the number line.
235 lies between 200 and 250.
Teacher’s Note: Ask children to make large numbers using matchsticks or any other readily available material at home and bring to school.
8. Look at the pictures and write the corresponding numbers.
9. Make the number slider as shown in the picture. Increase or decrease the number as given below:
a. 285 – increase the number by one $ \begin{array}{l} \hline \quad \\ \hline \end{array} $
b. 147 – increase the number by ten $ \begin{array}{l} \hline \quad \\ \hline \end{array} $
c. 367 – decrease the number by 2 $ \begin{array}{l} \hline \quad \\ \hline \end{array} $
d. 289 – decrease the number by 10 $ \begin{array}{l} \hline \quad \\ \hline \end{array} $
e. 290 – increase the number by 20 $ \begin{array}{l} \hline \quad \\ \hline \end{array} $
Teacher’s Note: Teacher to make the TLM and play with children.
Let us Play
Flag game: Let us play a guessing game. Teji has thought of a number between 200 and 210. Jojo has to guess it.
Now you try and play with your friends and guess the number
Teacher’s Note: Play this game on the board with children; later, children can play in pairs or small groups in their notebooks. The teacher can also make the game more exciting by changing the range of the numbers and restricting the number of guesses allowed.
Magical count
Write down any number name. Count the number of letters in that number name and write the name of that new number down. Keep repeating — what happens?
Numbers on a line
Tell Teji, Jojo and Bholu what will be the next hundred number. Write it on the number line below. Can you show the number using matchsticks?
Let us Do
Teji and Jojo are trying to put their numbers on the following number lines.
1. Locate 216, 243, 257 on the number line below
2. Locate 329, 332, 337, 375 and 387 on the number line below.
3. Tell how far is 387 from 400: ……………..
4. Which is more: 393 or 400? Use a number line and show. Fill the numbers on the number line below and show by jumping how far 393 is from 400.
Teacher’s Note: Support children to pay attention to the different jumps required in the above number lines. Teacher to also support children to understand quantities that the numbers represent using matchstick bundles or any other similar material.
5. Teji and Jojo are hungry after all the running around. They go to Farooq Chacha’s Sweet Shop.
a. How many pieces of Mysore pak are in one tray? ……………..
b. How many pieces of Mysore pak are there in total? ……………..
c. How many laddoos does chacha have in the trays? ……………..
d. How many dhoklas does chacha have? ……………..
e. Chacha is going to fill the tray with more laddoos. How many more laddoos will make the tray full? ……………..
f. How many total laddoos will he have after the last tray is full? ……………..
g. Mark the following numbers on the number line below: 423, 487, 438, 476.
1. Teji and Jojo saw a big apartment
Teacher’s Note: Lets children fill the blank cell by counting, but encourage them to look for patterns while filling in the rest.
2. Arvind Dada has to deliver sweets from Farooq chacha’s shop to different houses. Colour the houses to which he has to deliver sweets.
The house numbers are:'
209, 228, 242, 258, 267, 276, 290, 315, 346, 367, 389, 395
3. Write the floor and column number for each of the following houses.
$ \begin{array}{ccc} \hline \text { House number } & \text { Floor } & \text { Column } \\ \hline 13 & 1 \text { st } & 3 \\ \hline 67 & & \\ \hline 106 & & \\ \hline 159 & & \\ \hline 192 & & \\ \hline 231 & & \\ \hline 245 & & \\ \hline 328 & & \\ \hline 380 & & \\ \hline 399 & & \\ \hline \end{array} $
4. Find the following house numbers from the building and write the appropriate house numbers in the blank spaces. What do you notice? Discuss how the house numbers change when moving up and down and left to right.
5. Who am I?
Arvind Dada packs sweets in boxes of 100 (H), 10 (T) and as packets of loose sweets (O). The number of sweets for every house is the same as the house number
6. Draw sweets for each of the following house numbers.
House numbers 
Draw sweet boxes  Types of boxes and packets 
Number sentence 


211  $\mathrm{H} \square$  $\mathrm{T} \square \mathrm{O} \square$  $2 \mathrm{H}+1 \mathrm{~T}+1 \mathrm{O}$  $200+10+1$ 
309  
275  
423  
365  
343  
458  
562  
606  
800 
Teacher’s Note: Children are supposed to show the sweets using Dienes blocks. One set is provided at the end of the book. These can be easily made using square math notebooks. Children can make a model using Dienes blocks before drawing
a. Write the house numbers of the yellow and pink houses. b. Write the pattern you see in these numbers. ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
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8. Arvind dada wants to pack small boxes of 10 in a big box of 100.
a. How many boxes of 10 can he fit in a box of 100? …………
b. How many boxes of 10 can he fit in two boxes of 100? ……
c. How many boxes of 10 can he fit in four boxes of 100? ………
d. How many boxes of 10 will he find if he opens a box of 100? …………….
Teacher’s Note: Teacher can encourage children to identify patterns in the numbers, in the digits, how the digits change etc. Also, help children etc. Also, help children find the relationships among the 100’s box, 100’s box, 10’s box and 1’s box.
9. Number hunt
Write the numbers between 200 and 300 that have 5 as a digit. Is 245 one such number? Write the other numbers.
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Show and tell
Create a chain of cards such that every next card answers the question of the previous card. Distribute these cards among the children in the class. A child reads aloud their card and the other child having the answer identifies himself/herself. The game ends when every child has answered a question using their card.
One example is given below:
Let us compare who has more laddoos and show it using the sign more than (>) or less than (<) appropriately.
487 laddoos is more than 423 laddoos
423 laddoos is less than 487 laddoos
Now compare 321 and 231. 3 hundreds are more than 2 hundreds. Do the other digits in the numbers matter here? No. So, 321 is more than (>) 231
Let us take another example. We are comparing 209 with 290. Both numbers have two hundreds. But 9 ones are less than 9 tens. So, 209 is less than (<) 290.
Let us Do
1. Compare the following numbers and use the signs >, < appropriately
2. Think and match the following
$ \begin{array}{cc} \hline \begin{array}{l} \text { a) } 325 \text { is more than } \\ 235 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{l} 329 \text { and } 392 \text { both have } \\ \text { three hundreds. } 329 \text { has } \\ 2 \text { tens, } 392 \text { has } 9 \text { tens. } \end{array} \\ \hline \begin{array}{l} \text { b) } 235 \text { is less than } \\ 523 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{l} 110 \text { has } 1 \text { hundred } \\ \text { and } 11 \text { has no hundreds } \\ \text { (zero hundreds) } \end{array} \\ \hline \begin{array}{l} \text { c) } 157 \text { is more than } \\ 153 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{l} 235 \text { has } 2 \text { hundreds and } \\ 523 \text { has } 5 \text { hundreds. } \end{array} \\ \hline \begin{array}{l} \text { d) } 432 \text { is more than } \\ 423 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{l} 325 \text { has } 3 \text { hundreds } \\ \text { nd } 235 \text { has } 2 \text { hundreds. } \end{array} \\ \hline \begin{array}{l} 329 \text { is less } \\ 392 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{c} 157 \text { and } 153 \text { both have one } \\ \text { hundred and } 5 \text { tens each. } \\ 157 \text { has } 7 \text { ones, } 153 \text { has } \\ 3 \text { ones. } \end{array} \\ \hline \begin{array}{l} \text { 1) } 110 \text { is more than } \\ 11 \text { because } \end{array} & \begin{array}{c} 432 \text { and } 423 \text { both have four } \\ \text { hundreds. } 432 \text { has } 3 \text { tens, } \\ 423 \text { has } 2 \text { tens. } \end{array} \\ \hline \end{array} $
3. Circle the smallest number in each row:
(a) 374, 473, 347, 437
(b) 239, 123, 321, 456
4. Circle the greatest number in each row:
(a) 466, 437, 439, 447, 483
(b) 464, 387, 123, 256, 348
5. Make 3digit numbers using 3, 2, and 4 without repeating any digits and colour the greatest number with red and smallest number with yellow.
$ \begin{array}{lllll} \hline \\ \hspace{40 mm} \\ \\ \\ \hline \end{array} $
6. Now make more 3digit numbers using 3, 2 and 4 where you may repeat the digits. Colour the greatest number with red and smallest number with yellow.
$ \begin{array}{lllll} \hline \\ \hspace{40 mm} \\ \\ \\ \hline \end{array} $
7. (a) Arrange the following numbers from smallest to biggest.
456, 389, 207, 99, 110
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(b) Arrange the following numbers from biggest to smallest.
67, 376, 294, 249, 494
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Teacher’s Note: While comparing two numbers, help children focus on the quantities that the numbers represent. Use Dienes block representation to help them see that 1 H more than 1 T and 1 O.