The International System Of Numeration is a universal numerical framework that enables consistent representation and comprehension of numbers across different cultures and regions. In a few countries like India, the Indian place value system is followed.
This teaching guide aims to provide a comprehensive and engaging approach to teaching the International Place Value System to children by using animated comic videos, posters, worksheets, and engaging activities.
International System Of Place Value Numeration :
- The International System of Numeration is followed throughout the world.
- In this system, digits in a number are grouped into periods of 3 digits each and are separated by commas in the form of 3:3:3:3 represented as Hundred Million- Ten Million – Million, Hundred Thousands – Ten thousands- Thousands, Hundred- Tens- Ones.
- Million is notation in the International system of numeration.
1 Million is equal to 10 Lakhs and 1 Billion is equal to 100 Crores in the Indian place value system.
- There are 4 periods in general-
- Ones period of 3 digits in ones -tens- hundreds
- Thousands period of 3 digits in Hundred Thousands- Ten thousands- Thousands
- Millions period of 3 digits in Hundred Millions- Ten Millions – Millions
- Billions period of 3 digits in Hundred Billions- Ten Billions – Billions
Here the number will be 43 Billions, 852 Millions, 346 Thousands, 7 hundreds Fifty nine.
Teaching international place value system with kid-friendly, clear, and easy-to-understand posters from Uncle Math School by Fun2Do Labs :
Ignite kids’ curiosity with engaging stories for role play and skits, making the learning of this concept an exciting and effective experience. Teaching international place value system through stories from Uncle Math School by Fun2Do Labs :
Learning the international place value system can be made enjoyable by incorporating interactive games and activities.
Hat Trick :
- The digits 0 through 9 are written separately on index cards or scraps of paper, and they are then placed in a hat.
- Ask children to pull 5 to 8 cards from a hat.
- Instruct them to create various numbers. If a child draws the digits 3, 6, 2, 5, 9, 8, and 7, Encourage your child to create as many different numbers as they can using the cards.
- Instruct the children to write the International place value of the largest and smallest numbers formed by the digits drawn by them.
Help your kids practise the international place value system with interesting and engaging fun worksheets and solutions from Uncle Math by Fun2Do Labs.