## CBSE Notes For Class 3 Maths Mela Chapter 9 House Of Hundreds-2

One day, Akbar and Birbal were walking in a garden. Many crows were flying in the sky around them. Akbar was curious to know how many crows there were.

He announced a prize for anyone who could find this out.

People were wondering how to count crows which kept flying from one place to another. Akbar asked Birbal if he could figure this out.

After thinking for a day, Birbal said “There are exactly Nine Hundred and Sixty Three crows in our city”.

Akbar was surprised and asked Birbal, “How can you be so sure”?

“You can get them counted,” said Birdal.

“What if there are less?” asked Akbar.

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“The other crows would have gone on a holiday,” said Birbal.

“What if there are more?” asked Akbar.

“Crows from other places would be visiting the city,” said Birbal.

Akbar was happy with Birbal’s reply and gave him the reward.

**Draw tiles like the driver to show the following numbers. You can do it in your notebook.**

- 832 ___________
- 947 ___________
- 726 ___________
- 504 ___________
- 620 ___________
- 700 ___________

Let us locate the following numbers on the number line: 530, 540, 628. 696, 590.

Also locate the following numbers on the number line: 703, 721, 759, 810, 855, 887

**Let Us Think**

**1. Write the appropriate numbers between which each of the given numbers lies.**

**2. Help cranes reach their food using the number line.**

**Tambola**

**3. Fill the grid with numbers between 570 and 630. Strike out nil the numbers that match the clues below. You can strike out more than one number. The child who has the most numbers canceled is the winner. One example is given below.**

**Write different ways of making the following numbers.**

**Skip and solve**

Teji and Jojo are resting. Ajji asks them to complete the number patterns. Let us help them fill in the empty boxes.

**Let Us Do**

**1. Write number sentences for the numbers In the center.**

**2. Write numbers in the blank spaces such that they meet the conditions.**

**Number Puzzles**

**3. Fill the numbers 384, 23, 176, and 905 in the empty circles such that they meet the conditions.**

**4. Match the quiet on the left with the appropriate numbers on the right.**

**5. Match the following such that all the conditions are met.**

**The Number Detective**

Let us have some fun, with numbers and patterns, everyone

Look at the hundreds 100, 200, 300

Jojo wonders why they’re so neat, Teji says 876 and 321 too have the same beat!

Now, numbers that repeat, just the same, 11, 22, and 33, have twin digits. 111, 222, and 333 are triplet digits.

Can you find more such numbers that follow the pattern?

Here are more numbers that look the same, from left to right, and right to left: 353, 868.

Finding them is a fun game. Write other such numbers.

Teji likes numbers with zeroes. She knows numbers like 210, 404, and 800. Write more such numbers:

Write more such numbers:

**Let Us Do**

**1. I have 6 blank paper slips. 1 can write 100, 10, or 1 on each of them. What numbers can I make with these 6 slips? Discuss.**

**2. Make other numbers.**

- What is the largest number that can be made? ________
- Are there numbers that can not be made using these slips? Find out.
- What is the smallest number that can be made? _______

**My Numbers**

**Take the digits 3 and 8 and make as many 2 or 3-digit numbers as you can. You can repeat the digits.**

**Let Us Think**

**1. Teji is making numbers using words! She shows the blue cards and says it is 12. She shows the yellow cards and says 14. Why?**

Figure out what Teji is doing.

**2. Ajji showed some more numbers.**

This way of saying numbers using words is called Bhutasankhya, which means Word Numerals.

**3. Think of other words for 0-9.**

Make new cards for the numbers 15, 27, and 94.