## Objectives:

number sense:  identify place value in three digit numerals – round two digit numbers to the nearest ten – compare whole numbers to 1,000 – count by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s to 100 – recognize odd and even numbers –

addition/subtraction: recall addition facts with sums to 20 – two digit subtraction – two digit addition with regrouping and without regrouping

practical skills: determine the value of coins up to \$2.00 – use symbols (¢, \$, decimal place) correctly – tell time to the nearest five minutes using analog and digital clocks

fractions: write fractions halves/thirds/fourths/sixths/eighths/tenths –

## Number Sense …more number sense math worksheets

Place value:    [CCSS Standard.2.NBT.1.B]

example:  two hundred and fifty 2:   hundreds _____   tens _____   ones  _____

Place value:    [CCSS Standard.2.NBT.1.B]

example:  What does the underlined digit represent?  693 :  90

Put numbers in order:

Put three numbers in order: from biggest to smallest or from smallest to biggest

Up to 100:     Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Even 100s:    Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Up to 1,000:     Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4      Version5

Components of a three digit number:  [CCSS Standard.2.NBT.A.1]

Understand that a three digit number is composed on amounts of hundreds, tens and ones

Words to numbers:  [CCS standard.2.NBT.A.3]

Translate from words to numbers, or write a number in words

Words to digits (to 100):  words to digits 1      words to digits 2     words to digits 3     words to digits 4     words to digits 5

Digits to words (to 100):  digits to words 1     digits to words 2     digits to words 3     digits to words 4     digits to words 5

Words to digits (to 1,000):   words to digits 1      words to digits 2     words to digits 3       words to digits 4      words to digits 5

Digits to words (to 1,000):   digits to words 1     digits to words 2     digits to words 3     digits to words 4      digits to words 5

Skip counting [CCSS.2.NBT.A.2]

Get ready for multiplication.  Count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s

by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s:     skip counting 1      skip counting 2      skip counting 3      skip counting 4      skip counting 5

A little harder…identify the pattern without prompting

Identify the pattern:   skip counting 1     skip counting 2     skip counting 3     skip counting 4     skip counting 5

Same drill, but now 100 – 1,000

Identify the pattern:  Skip Counting 1     Skip Counting 2     Skip Counting 3     Skip Counting 4     Skip Counting 5

Compare numbers

Which number is bigger?

Compare numbers (>  <  and =) up to 999:    Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Rounding to the nearest 10

Introduction to rounding: fill in the blank and multiple choice

Two digits rounding to the nearest 10 (multiple choice): choice rounding to ten 1    choice rounding to ten 2    choice rounding to ten 3    choice rounding to ten 4    choice rounding to ten 5

Two digits rounding to the nearest 10 (fill in the blank): Rounding to ten 1    Rounding to ten 2    Rounding to ten 3    Rounding to ten 4    Rounding to ten 5

Three digits rounding to the nearest 10 (multiple choice): 3 digit choice rounding to ten 1    3 digit choice rounding to ten 2    3 digit choice rounding to ten 3    3 digit choice rounding to ten 4    3 digit choice rounding to ten 5

Three digits rounding to the nearest 10 (multiple choice):3 digit rounding to ten 1    3 digit rounding to ten 2    3 digit rounding to ten 3    3 digit rounding to ten 4    3 digit rounding to ten 5

Even and odd numbers

Multiple choice: select the even/odd numbers

Even and odd numbers:     even/odd 1     even/odd 2     even/odd 3     even/odd 4     even/odd 5

Word Problems:  Basic addition to 100 [CCSS.2.OA.A.1]

Example:  Fifty five blue fish and twenty two red fish are in an aquarium.  How many fish are there all together?

Make a number

Fluently add and subtract within 20 [CCSS.2.OA.B.2]

Example:  How do you make 8:  7 + 2,   10 – 2,  7 + 3,  10 – 3

Fact Triangles

Totals to 100:  Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Totals to 100, with missing data:  Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Two digit addition w/ three numbers (no regrouping):    Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Two digit addition w/ three numbers (with regrouping):  Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Mental Addition and Subtracting – adding and subtracting 10 and 100 [CCSS.2.NBT.B.8]

(example: 295 + 100 = ____,    856 – 10 = ____)

## Practical Skills …more practical skills math worksheets

Counting money

Coins under \$1.00:     Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5

Coins over \$1.00:     Version1    Version2    Version3     Version4     Version5

Telling Time

To the nearest five minutes:    Version1     Version2     Version3     Version4     Version5