# 2nd Grade Common Core: 2.NBT.1

Common Core Identifier: 2.NBT.1 / Grade: 2

Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Understand Place Value.

Detail: 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:

63 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Here are some more 4-digit place value exercises. Write the numbers in expanded and word form and complete the place-value tables for each given number.

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The special number on this worksheet is six thousand, eight hundred twenty. Students answer a set of place value questions.

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This set of word problems has 1 place value, 2 multi-step, and 2 single-step problems. Skills include basic addition, subtraction, and place value.

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This game has cards with 5-digit place value questions. The find the value of an underlined digit, compare numbers, recognize number

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This week's daily word problems require skills related to addition, subtraction, telling time, and more!

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Which block set makes 952? Is 952 odd or even? Complete the number line. Tell how many 100s, 10s, and 1s.

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Tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones are shown. Then write the number on the blank line.

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Practice concepts such as reading a table, adding and subtracting, and operations with money.

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The s.n. for this worksheet is two thousand, three. Complete each box by filling in information about PlaceVal blocks, expanded notation, and the values of the digits.

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This file contains set of worksheets with illustrated 2nd grade math story problems.

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Determine whether the number 780 is odd or even. Choose the set of blocks that represent 780. How much is 10 more and 10 less than 780?

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Compare 4,092 with other numbers using the symbols <, >, and =. Tell whether or not the P.V. cubes show 4,092. Find a hundred more and a hundred less than 4,092.

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These set of daily story problems have questions related to addition, subtraction, and place value.

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Print and cut the puzzle pieces to match place value blocks to a number. This game goes up to the hundreds place.

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Calculate the number of fish in a pond using data from a table. Rearrange numbers to find a mystery number. Solve a multi-step problem to calculate how many golf balls a boy has.

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Write 810 in expanded form. Then complete the number line. Tell which P.V. blocks show 810. Determine if 810 is even or odd.

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Practice key math concepts like addition and subtraction, reading a table, elapsed time, and more with this next series of Daily Word Problems.

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This special number worksheet is much like the others. It'll ask kids to determine the value of each digit, complete the number line, add, subtract, and write the number as an expanded addition problem.

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Review skills include: reading data on a chart/table; place value; story problems with extra information, multiplication within 5, and odd/even numbers.

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Use "greater than" and "less than" symbols to compare 123 to other numbers. Complete the number line. Tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones.

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Use this worksheet to get more practice with place value of numbers with 3 digits. Students will fill in a place-value table and write out numbers in words and expanded form.

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Skills on these printables include: odd & even numbers; problems with extra information; addition & subtraction of 2-digit numbers; place value.

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Then tell what 100 more and 100 less than 467 equals. Tell how many 100s, 10s, and 1s are in 467. Complete the number line to show numbers that come after and before 467.

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Try this next set of Daily Word Problems and have students practice repeated addition, multiplication, elapsed time, and more!

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This S.N. worksheet features the number three thousand, one hundred twenty-six. Students must use place value and arithmetic skills to answer the questions.

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This worksheet packet contains math story challenges require students to add and subtract double-digit numbers, compare numbers, multiply (using repeated addition), and skip count.

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Show the set of place value blocks represents 349. Write 349 in expanded form. State how many 100s, 10s, and 1s are in the special number.

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This week students will interpret a bar graph and practice their addition and subtraction skills.

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For this special number, students must give the value of the digits 5, 7, and 1. Then circle the set of PlaceVal cubes that show 1,507. After that, they add 100 and 1,000 to this number.

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On these daily review worksheets, students will review time (am/pm), add 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm, solve word problems using part-part-whole models, identify flat surfaces on solid shapes, and answer questions related to place value (3-digits).

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These daily word problems cover topics like reading and interpreting a graph, operations with money, and more. Once students have successfully wrapped up this set, they may be ready to move on to the next level!

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Draw a ring around the place value blocks that show three thousand, forty-nine. Finish the incomplete number line. Write the value of the digits.

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On this worksheet, students will answer a set of questions pertaining to the number six hundred thirty-four. The will tell whether this number is even or odd. Add and subtract using this number. Find the number using place value blocks.

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One problem describes a secret number. Can your students figure out what it is? Another problem requires children to use repeated addition to solve. There are other problems that require students to find sums and differences of 2-digit numbers.

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Write the values of the digits in 201. Write the special number in expanded form. Compare using the symbols <, >, and =.

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Give your students more practice with important elementary math topics such as elapsed time, operations with money, and more.

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This one might be a little trickier for students because it's a four-digit number with only two non-zero digits.

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Here are five more daily word problems, covering a variety of 2nd grade mathematics topics.

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Write 506 in expanded form. Then tell the value of each digit. Complete the number line to tell what comes before and after 506.

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Reinforce place value skills for numbers of 4 digits with this printout. First, students will complete the place-value table. Then they'll write the number in expanded and word form.

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Write this number in expanded form, like this: 2,000+300+50+4. Then calculate 10 less than 2,354. And find 1,000 more than 2,354.

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Add and subtract 2-digit numbers, choose the correct operations to solve word problems, compare 2-digit numbers, identify odd/even numbers, and match ordinal numbers with their word names.

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Remind students of the different ways to write three-digit numbers with this anchor chart. It shows the standard, written, and expanded forms, as well as the expanded notation.

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The number you're looking for is less than thirty and it's not even. Count by 5s and you'll say this number. I have a quarter in my pocket - that must be a clue.

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Read each 3-digit number and tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones are in each number.

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The number for this week does not have two-digits. It's not an odd number, and it is IV when you write it as a Roman numeral.If you know how many sides a trapezoid has, the number is easy to figure out.

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Make the smallest and largest number possible by rearranging the given digits.

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Use base 10 blocks (place value blocks) to solve the subtraction problems on this worksheet.

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Make your own three digit numbers with this place value chart.

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Count how many marbles Peyton has after his brother and sister give him more. How much money is left after a buying a movie ticket.

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The secret number is an even number with six letters in its name. It is less than 20 but greater than 10.

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Both the first and second digits are odd. To find the first digit, subtract sixteen from nine. Both digits are the same.

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The secret number is less than 100, but greater than 60. It's an odd number with a seven in the tens place. To find the number in the ones place, you add two and one.

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What 3-digit numbers are represented by the base-10 place value blocks?

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This week, we have a three-digit number. It's less than one hundred fifty and if you add all of the digits you get the number three. If you find the sum of seventy-none and twenty-three, you'll have the secret number.

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Determine which 3-digit number is shown on each abacus picture

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This worksheet will help students use place value blocks (base 10 blocks) to practice subtraction with borrowing.

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These review word problems require student knowledge of place value and rounding.

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Make your own Number Detective clues with this blank template. It includes the full page layout, the Monday through Friday clue cards, and two versions of the student answer cards.

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We're back to a two-digit mystery number. The digits all contain a zero, three, or six. Count by 3s and the 12th number you say is the secret one.

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This whole-class "I have, Who has" card game has pictures of place value blocks. Includes 30 cards, instructions, and an answer key.

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Place value blocks (base 10 blocks) and expanded form.

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