2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000

2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
2nd Grade Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
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This packet covers four number sense and place value concepts:
1. Reading and writing numbers to 1000 using base ten numerals, number names, and expanded form
2. Skip-counting within 1000
3. Understanding 3-digit numbers as hundreds, tens, and ones
4. Comparing 3-digit numbers using >, =, and < symbols.

2nd Grade Math Printables and Activities Unit 1: Number Sense and Place Value to 1000
This packet contains:
58 no-prep practice printables
10 interactive math centers in full-color and black and white
**Stay Tuned for more 2nd Grade Math Units!**

No-prep practice printables:
The no-prep practice printables have varying degree of difficulty so that they can be used for differentiation and review of first grade concepts as well as an introduction to new skills. You will also find several sets of these pages that can be used as homework, “do now” the next day, math intervention, remedial practice, spiral review later in the year, or for math groups.
These hands-on pages help students master skills through fun activities such as cut and paste, spin and write, coloring and more! They all include cute graphics to make learning fun!

Interactive Math Centers:
All of the centers in this packet come in full-color versions or black and white versions. The black and white versions can be printed on colored paper to save on colored ink. These math centers help make each math concept concrete by providing hands-on, independent practice and allowing for differentiation. These centers could also be printed in black and white for individual students that need extra help with a concept.
All centers include student-friendly directions so they can be used as independent math stations or in small groups.
All centers have recording sheets, but most of the centers can be completed without recording sheets as well.

:) Happy Teaching!

No-Prep Printables:
**Place Value Stars: Look at the base blocks and write how many hundreds, tens and ones, then write the number. (6 sets)

**Hundreds Houses: Look at the number on the house and cut and glue the correct number of hundreds in the box. (2 sets)

**Spinning Base Blocks: Spin the spinner using a paperclip and pencil and write a number in the hundreds, tens, and ones. Then, build the three-digit number using base blocks. 2.NBT.1

**Apple Numbers: Look at the number in the apple and color the correct number of base blocks. (3sets)

**Expanded For: Write the expanded form for each number given. (4 sets)

** Place Value Crows: Write how many hundreds, tens, or ones are in each number.(4 sets)

**Number Word Trucks: Write the number word for each standard form on the truck. (6 sets)

**Skip-Counting Frogs: Look at the numbers in the lily pads, figure out the skip-counting pattern and finish the pattern by filling in the missing numbers on the lily pads. (4 sets)

**Skip-Counting Shoes: Skip-count by the number given beginning with the number in the first shoe. Fill in the missing numbers in the shoes. (4 sets)

**Science of Skip-Counting: spin the spinner using a paperclip and pencil. Skip-count by that number beginning with the number in the flask. (2 sets)

**Number Order Fireflies: Look at the numbers in the jar and write them in order smallest to greatest on the fireflies. (4 sets)

**I Love Numbers: Cut and glue the numbers greater than and less than 100 or 500 in the correct box. (2 sets)

**Making 3-digit Numbers: Spin each spinner using a paperclip and pencil. Write the new 3-digit number you made. (2 sets)

**Tablet Comparisons: Look at the two numbers being compared. Cut and glue >, =, or < in the square. (4 sets)

**Popping Numbers: Look at how many hundreds, tens, and ones there are. Write the new 2 or 3-digit number in the popcorn. (2 sets)

**Pineapple Numbers: Color the pineapple that has the bigger number. (2 sets)

**Birthday Numbers: Look at the number word and write how many hundreds, tens, and ones. (4 sets)

**Expanded Form Detective: Look at the expanded form and cut and glue the standard form underneath it. (2 sets)

Math Centers:
Rainy Day Expanded Form:Students will match the umbrella number with the expanded form cloud and record the match on the recording sheet. (2 sets)

Apple Before and After Numbers: Students will look at the number on the card and write the number that comes before and the number that comes after using a dry-erase marker. (2 sets)

Night Sky Expanded Form: Students choose a window card that contains a three-digit number, then find the stars with the correct hundreds, tens, and ones that make up the three-digit number. (2 sets)

Carrot Patch Comparisons: Students compare using >, <, and =. Students compare standard form and word form, standard form and expanded form, and standard form and base blocks.(2 sets)

Royal Kingdom Number Order: Students look at a group of four numbers, arrange them in order of least to greatest and record it on the recording sheet. (2 sets)

Sailboat Number Word Puzzles: Students match the standard form to the number word. (3 sets)

Missing Number Bubbles Write and Wipe: Students look at the numbers in the bubbles and write the missing numbers in the series using a dry-erase marker. (4 sets )

Fishbowl Greater Than/Less Than Clip Cards: Students look at the number in the fish bowl and clip the fish that completes the equation with a clothespin or something similar. (3 sets)

Spinning Three-Digit Numbers: Students spin the hundreds, tens, and ones spinners using a paperclip and pencil, then write the numbers on the Place Value Mat using a dry-erase marker. The students then build the number on the mat using base blocks (or the paper base blocks provided).

Number Sense Puzzles: Students match up the standard form, number word, base blocks, and expanded form to make a four-piece puzzle. Print the recording sheet. (10 puzzles)

Common Core Standards Addressed in the Packet:
2.nbt.1
2.nbt.2
2.nbt.3
2.nbt.4

2nd Grade Resources:
2nd Grade Addition and Subtraction

2nd Grade Math & Literacy {For All Seasons}

Hundreds Charts to 1000

Morning Work for the YEAR {2nd Grade}

Second Grade Sight Word Practice No-Prep

Journal Prompts for the Year

Spelling Word Work Printables

Reading Response No-Prep Printables

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