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# Interactive Notebook: 2nd Grade CCSS Numbers and Operations in Base Ten BUNDLE

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#### What educators are saying

I used this resource with my struggling 2nd graders during small group intervention time. They really liked it and it was great practice!

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1. 2nd Grade Math Interactive Notebooks for ALL STANDARDSThis mega-bundle includes my interactive notebook activities for EACH AND EVERY 2nd Grade Common Core math standard!Each standard has an I Can Statement and Vocabulary flapbook with definitions, along with a collection of flippable, foldable, and
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### Description

This set of Interactive Notebook Activities will keep your second grade students engaged and excited about math this year! This set focuses on place value concepts, properties of operations, and addition and subtraction. It is aligned with Common Core standards in the Numbers and Operations in Base Ten domain.

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Included in this bundle:

Place Value Concepts 2.NBT.1

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flapbook with Definitions

-6 Place Value Flaps

-"Make a Number" Activity - includes place value blocks, digit cards and pocket, and flaps

-Match the Number Kids

-Hundreds Flapbook

-Tens Challenge Flapbook

Skip Counting by 5s, 10s, 100s 2.NBT.2

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flapbook with Definitions

-What Number Comes Before and After? - 6 Mini-Flapbooks

-What Numbers Goes Between? - 6 Mini-Flapbooks

-Skip-Count by 5s Accordion (Hands)

-Skip-Count by 10s Flipbook (\$10 bills)

-Skip-Count by 100s Accordion (Hearts)

-Skip-Count by 5s, 10s, 100s Accordions (3 with starting number and 3 blank)

-Skip-Count Race Track Activity

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flapbook with Definitions

-Ways to Write Numbers Visuals

-3-Petal Triangle

-What's that Number? Flapbook

-12 Number Accordion Flaps

NOTE: Pages 5-13 use the vocabulary terms "base-ten numeral", "expanded form", and "number name". Pages 14-20 are duplicate pages with alternate vocabulary: "standard form", "expanded form", "word form".

Comparing Numbers 2.NBT.4

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flapbook with Definitions

-Greater Than/Less Than/Equal To Symbols Reference Page

-4 "Write a Symbol" Mini-Flapbooks

-Create a Comparison Activity

-Comparing in Expanded Form Activity

-Greater Than/Less Than/Equal To Flapbook (includes numbers in standard form, expanded form, word form (number name), and place value blocks)

-Comparing Numbers Flapbook

-Park Visitors Logic Problem

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flap Book with Definitions for Each Term

-10 or More? Pocket Sort (Ready for regrouping activity)

-Regrouping Stoplight Flapbook

-Regrouping Stoplight Pocket Sort

-Addition and Subtraction With Regrouping Steps Flapbooks

-Create-a-Problem Pocket and Flaps (2-Digit Number Pocket with 24 Number Slips and 6 4-Tab Problem Flaps - 3 addition and 3 subtraction)

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flap Book with Definitions for Each Term

-Spin-A-Number/Write-A-Problem

-Mr. Skippy's Fun House Emporium Sale

-Problem Solving: How Many Books? (includes 2 word problem flaps and 3 challenge flaps)

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flap Book with Definitions for Each Term

-Target Number Flaps (3 target numbers with flaps are included, along with a page of target number strips for students to make each number multiple ways using addition and subtraction)

-Show it With Place Value Blocks (addition and subtraction)

-Open Number Line Accordion

-Partial Sums Flapbook

-Subtraction Across Zeros - Break it Up Method Flapbooks (3 problems and 3 flapbooks are included - an example problem, and 2 practice problems)

-Create a Problem Pocket and Flaps (students will generate their own addition and subtraction problems using 3-digit numbers)

Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100 2.NBT.8

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flap Book with Definitions for Each Term

-Add/Subtract 10/100 Spinner with Pocket and Number Cards

-10 More/10 Less Flap

-100 More/100 Less Flap

-Build an Ice Cream Cone (Add 10)

-3 pages of directions with photographs

-I Can Statement and Vocabulary Flap Book with Definitions for Each Term

-2 Solve and Explain Flapbooks

-5 Explain the Property Flapbooks

-Explain the Addition Strategies Problem and Flaps

-Explain the Subtraction Strategies Problem and Flaps

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### Standards

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:
100 can be thought of as a bundle of ten tens - called a “hundred.”
The numbers 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine hundreds (and 0 tens and 0 ones).
Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s.
Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.