Number Sense

number sense

Counting Drills – 1 to 100

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

One third blank:  Counting Drill 1     Counting Drill 2     Counting Drill 3     Conting Drill 4     Counting Drill 5

Two thirds blank:  Counting Drill 1     Counting Drill 2     Counting Drill 3     Counting Drill 4     Counting Drill 5

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

One third blank:     Counting Grid 1     Counting Grid 2     Counting Grid 3     Counting Grid 4     Counting Grid 5

Two thirds blank:  Counting Grid 1     Counting Grid 2     Counting Grid 3     Counting Grid 4     Counting Grid 5

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? ____)

Two digit numbers:  two digit numer 1     two digit numer 2     two digit numer 3     two digit numer 4     two digit numer 5

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

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

Words to numbers 1     Words to numbers 2     Words to numbers 3     Words to numbers 4     Words to numbers 5

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

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

Place value 1      Place value 2      Place value 3      Place value 4      Place value 5

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

Place Value to 100 1    Place Value to 100 2    Place Value to 100 3    Place Value to 100 4    Place Value to 100 5

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

Set 1:     three digit number 1     three digit number 2     three digit number 3     three digit number 4     three digit number 5

Set 2:     three digit number 6     three digit number 7     three digit number 8     three digit number 9     three digit number 10

In random order:  three digit number 1     three digit number 2     three digit number 3     three digit number 4     three digit number 5

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

Counting by 2’s:     skip counting 1     skip counting 2     skip counting 3     skip counting 4     skip counting 5

Counting by 5’s:     skip counting 1     skip counting 2     skip counting 3     skip counting 4     skip counting 5

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

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

Counting by 2’s:  Skip Counting 1     Skip Counting 2     Skip Counting 3     Skip Counting 4     Skip Counting 5

Counting by 5’s:   Skip Counting 1     Skip Counting 2     Skip Counting 3     Skip Counting 4     Skip Counting 5

Counting by 10’s:  Skip Counting 1     Skip Counting 2     Skip Counting 3     Skip Counting 4     Skip Counting 5

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 numbers:     even numbers 1     even numbers 2     even numbers 3     even numbers 4     even numbers 5

Odd numbers:     odd numbers 1     odd numbers 2     odd numbers 3     odd numbers 4     odd numbers 5

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

To six digits:     place value 1     place value 2     place value 3     place value 4     place value 5

Place value models

Place Value Graphics

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

Hundreds:    hundreds 1     hundreds 2     hundreds 3     hundreds 4     hundreds 5

Thousands:     thousands 1     thousads 2     thousands 3     thousands 4     thousands 5

Words to numbers, six digits:

Convert words into digits for numbers up to 999,999 

words to numbers 1     words to numbers 2     words to numbers 3     words to numbers 4     words to numbers 5

Numbers to words, six digits:

Convert digits into words for numbers up to 999,999

numbers to words 1     numbers to words 2     numbers to words 3     numbers to words 4     numbers to words 5

Rounding  [CCSS Standard.3.NBT.A.1]

Round a number to a specified number of digits

up to 100:     Round to 100 1     Round to 100 2     Round to 100 3     Round to 100 4     Round to 100 5

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 1,000:     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

Word ProblemWhat number am I?

Example:  I am greater than 12 but less than 16.  I am odd.  I am not 13.  What number am I?

What number am I 1     What number am I 2     What number am I 3     What number am I 4     What number am I 5

Word ProblemWord 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?

word problems 1     word problems 2     word problems 3      word problems 4      word problems 5

Algebra Skills

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

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

basic algebra 1      basic algebra 2      basic algebra 3      basic algebra 4      basic algebra 5

basic algebra 6      basic algebra 7      basic algebra 8      basic algebra 9      basic algebra 10

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

Practice:  Prime or Composite 1     Prime or Composite 2     Prime or Composite 3     Prime or Composite 4     Prime or Composite 5

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)

Up to 20:  Factors to twenty 1     Factors to twenty 2     Factors to twenty 3     Factors to twenty 4     Factors to twenty 5

Up to 50:    Factors to fifty 1     Factors to fifty 2     Factors to fifty 3     Factors to fifty 4     Factors to fifty 5

Up to 100:     Factors to one hundred 1     Factors to one hundred 2     Factors to one hundred 3     Factors to one hundred 4     Factors to one hundred 5

Interpret multiplication equations

Word ProblemRecognize that 5 x 4 = 20 means that 20 is five times more than 4   [CCSS Standard.4.OA.A.1]

multiplication number sense 1    multiplication number sense 2     multiplication number sense 3 multiplication number sense 4     multiplication number sense 5

Area and perimeter

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

area and perimeter 1     area and perimeter 2     area and perimeter 3     area and perimeter 4     area and perimeter 5

 

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