Simply plug in any 1, 2, or 3 digit number and your second graders will develop number sense and fluency in no time!
Skills included: writing the number in expanded notation, showing the number with base ten blocks, and determining the value of each digit (dependent on its place); determining the number that is one less, one more, ten less, and ten more; labeling the number on a hundreds and tens number line, and then rounding to nearest hundred or ten; determining if the number is odd or even; and finally, a place where you can enter a measure (inches, feet, yards, etc.) and see if students can measure distance accurately. Give on a daily basis, and then use weekly as a formative assessment. Differentiate by changing numbers, offering manipulatives when appropriate, or allowing students to work with a partner. Extend DOK levels by asking students to create the "master" number and to include an "answer key" for a partner or small group to solve.
Once you have several pages completed, students should be instructed to order their papers from smallest to largest and justify their thinking with clues from the pages (for example, the picture of the base ten blocks, placement of number on number line, etc.).