2nd Grade Place Value Hundreds, Tens, Ones - 2.NBT.A.1 - Print & Digital

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I really loved this. So many different activities to choose from. Students enjoyed putting their booklet together.
Excellent resource for the students to follow along with and learn what place value is at the same time.
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⭐️This math unit teaches 2nd grade students place value by breaking down the value of ones, tens, and hundreds. Includes components in both Google Slides and Printable PDF.

⭐️This unit includes vocabulary cards, worksheets, a self-made book, and assessments that are perfect for building strong number sense in your students! Students will work towards mastering their understanding of the place value for ones, tens, and hundreds.

Teachers Just ❤️LOVE❤️ This Resource:

★ Katie F. said, "Used with 2nd grade students. They loved the activity/review for their test. Great resource to supplement curriculum!"

★ Staci J. said, "I have loved using this resource with my students!"

★ Michelle W. said, "The kids really enjoy making their place value books, it made it interesting for them."

What's Included in 2nd Grade Place Value:

Printable Resources:

  • Place Value Vocabulary Cards
  • My Place Value Book (7 pgs.)
  • How many tens = 100?
  • Counting Place Value Blocks by 100's
  • Skip Counting by 100's
  • Place Value Match (6 pgs.)
  • Place Value Chart (8 pgs.)
  • What Number Am I? (1 pg.)
  • Place Value Scoot (10 pgs.)
  • Place Value Quiz (1 page)

Google Slide Resources:

  • Place Value Vocabulary Cards
  • My Place Value Book
  • How many tens=100?
  • Counting Place Value blocks by 100s
  • Skip Counting by 100’s
  • Place Value Match
  • Place Value Chart
  • What Number Am I?
  • Quiz

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases:


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