Number Sense Counting Drills – 1 to 100

Count to 100  [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]

Count to 120  [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]

Counting with tally marks:    Tally Marks 1     Tally Marks 2     Tally Marks 3     Tally Marks 4    Tally Marks 5

Understand Place Value  [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.B.2]

A two digit number represents amounts of tens and ones

(example  39 =>  how many tens? ____   how many ones? ____)

Words to Numbers [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]

(example fifty four= ____,  ___ tens and___ ones)

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

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

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):     rounding 1     rounding 2     rounding 3     rounding 4     rounding 5

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

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

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

Identify place value

Identify the place value of a digit in a six digit number – ones place through one hundred thousands place

Place value models Conceptualize the meaning of large numbers by associating ones, tens, hundreds and thousands with groups of blocks.

Words to numbers, six digits:

Convert words into digits for numbers up to 999,999

Numbers to words, six digits:

Convert digits into words for numbers up to 999,999

Rounding  [CCSS Standard.3.NBT.A.1]

Round a number to a specified number of digits

up to 1,000 (multiple choice): Round to 1,000 1     Round to 1,000 2     Round to 1,000 3     Round to 1,000 4     Round to 1,000 5

up to 10,000:     Rounding 1     Rounding 2     Rounding 3     Rounding 4     Rounding 5

up to 100,000:     Rounding 1     Rounding 2     Rounding 3     Rounding 4     Rounding 5

up to 1,000,000 (multiple choice):    Rounding 1     Rounding 2     Rounding 3     Rounding 4     Rounding 5

up to 1,000,000:     Rounding 1     Rounding 2     Rounding 3     Rounding 4     Rounding 5 What number am I?

Example:  I am greater than 12 but less than 16.  I am odd.  I am not 13.  What number am I? Word Problems – mixed operations [CCSS.3.OA.D.8]

Example:  There were ten frogs in a pond on Monday.  On Tuesday there were five times as many.  Then on Wednesday seven hopped away.  How many frogs were left?

Algebra Skills

Solve for the missing variable:   [CCSS Standard.3.AO.A.4]

Example:  y + 5 = 20 so y = _____    ;    a  ÷ 6 = 6 so a = _____

Identify place value through one million:  Place value 1     Place value 2     Place value 3     Place value 4     Place value 5

Prime numbers

Identify prime numbers from 1 through 100   [CCSS Standard.4.OA.B.4]  Note on teaching prime numbers…

Study Sheet:  Grid of Prime Numbers from 1 to 100

Factors  [CCSS Standard.4.OA.B.4]

Study Sheet – factors from 1 to 100:  Factors Study Sheet

Fill in the blank factors (and identify prime numbers)

Interpret multiplication equations Recognize that 5 x 4 = 20 means that 20 is five times more than 4   [CCSS Standard.4.OA.A.1]

Area and perimeter Apply area and perimeter formula in real world applications [CCSS Standard.4.MD.B.4]