# Comparing Three-Digit Numbers | Second Grade Math 2.NBT.4

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Are you looking for simple, printer friendly pages for your students to use to practice specific standards? Here are your go-to pages for homework, quick checks, and in-class practice for arrays and repeated addition for second grade.

Included in this resource are 10+ pages for the following standard in the 'Numbers and Operations in Base Ten' domain of the Common Core Second Grade Standards.:

2.NBT.4 - Compare Two Three-Digit Numbers
⇒ Comparing three digit numbers (3 pages)
⇒ Comparing numbers in word form (2 pages)
⇒ Comparing numbers in standard, word, and expanded form (3 pages)
⇒ Order numbers from least to greatest (2 pages)

Even though they are aligned to Common Core, these are skill based practice pages and can be used with any set of standards that your district requires!

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➡ Are you looking for more second grade math quick checks?
Modeling and Explaining Addition and Subtraction
Ten More/Ten Less & 100 More/100 Less
Comparing Three-Digit Numbers
Expanded Form, Word Form and Standard Form for Numbers Within 1000
Counting Within 1000 and Skip Counting
Place Value Practice: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Odd and Even Numbers

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Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
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