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

Common Core Identifier: 2.NBT.2 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Understand Place Value.
Detail: Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s.
112 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Ten, twenty, thirty...  Practice counting by tens on this worksheet.  Pictures of fishermen decorate this page.
This number line teaches students to count by fives up to sixty.
These word problems will build skip counting skills.
The helium balloon pictures have numbers written on them.  Skip count by fives to continue numbering the balloons.
Use these graphical number lines to count by tens up to 180.
The raft of penguins have all jumped up on an ice flow to display the numbers on their front sides.  Count by 100s to be sure all of the penguins' numbers are correct.
The Antarctic penguins are lined up to show the numbers on their bellies.  Count by fives and tell which numbers are missing.
The South Pole penguins are counting by tens.  Can you tell which numbers are missing?
The seven word problems on this page review skip counting by 10s.
Count by hundreds up to nine thousands.  Fill in the empty boxes.  This worksheet has pictures of water skiers.
On this worksheet, students count by fives and write the numbers that are missing.  Five pictures of goofy golfers decorate this page.
Count by hundreds from 100 all the way up to 2,400.  Write the numbers on the balloon graphics.
Color in every fifth number of this hundreds chart.  Do you see a pattern?
Write numbers in the balloons to count by tens.  Count from ten up to two hundred forty.
Fill in each section of the caterpillar by skip counting by 3s.
Here are five more daily word problems, covering a variety of 2nd grade mathematics topics.
Print out this worksheet so your students can practice skip counting by 9s.
Skip count by sevens. Write the missing numbers on the helium balloon pictures.
Twenty-five, fifty, seventy-five, one hundred!  Review counting by 25s with this worksheet.  This worksheet features illustrations of bikers.
Complete the missing sections of the caterpillar as you skip count by 11s.
Kids can count by 4s by writing numbers in the empty squares.  The page features skiing graphics.
Skip count by 2s.� Fill in the boxes with even numbers to complete the chart. At the bottom, there is a question about even numbers.
10, 20, 30, 40, 50. Draw a pig that's really nifty.
On these worksheets, students will practice and review naming fraction parts, counting place value blocks, bar model addition and subtraction, expanded form, and measuring centimeters.
These balloon pictures have multiples of six on them Can you add the missing numbers?
Skip count by 11s. Write the multiples of 11 on the tummies of the Arctic penguins.
Challenge your students to count by 5s with this printable skip counting worksheet.
Count by 2s up to 100.  Fill in the empty boxes to complete the table.
Skip count by eights and write the correct number on each penguin's belly.
The penguins on the ice floes are counting by twos.  Can you fill in the missing ones?
Skip count by 7s to fill in the missing numbers on the caterpillar.
Help the mouse find the cheese. Count by 100s and write the missing numbers in the circles. (100 - 1000)
Count by dozens, from twelve all the way up to 288. Write each multiple of twelve on the penguins.
Skip count by 9s. Write each number on a helium balloon.
This printable worksheet allows students to practice skip counting by 12s. The numbers start at 12 and go up to 144.
Can you count by 3s?  Complete the tables by writing the missing numbers.  This printable features three horse illustrations.
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.
Practice skip counting by 9s, then answer the word problems and questions that follow.
Skip count by 2s, starting at 2 and ending at 20. Write the missing letters in the circles to help the mouse reach the cheese.
Helium balloons with numbers on them adorn this page.  Fill in the missing numbers when you count by 3s up to 72.
Count by 3's. Preform skip counting. Addition and subtraction.
Fill in the caterpillar as you skip count by 4s.
On these word problems, students will count the number of sides on a polygon, add pencils, and add bundles of sticks by skip counting.
Skip count by 10s starting at 10 and ending at 100 on this worksheet.
After you practice skip counting by sevens, answer the math questions and word problems.
Count the t-shirts, baseballs, and gum sticks in groups of twenty-five.
Skip count by 12s and fill out the missing sections of the caterpillar.
The penguin groups have multiples of four on their bellies.  Skip count by 4s to complete the numbers.
Counting by twenty-fives is easy to understand with these printable number lines.
Roll two dice. Multiply the two numbers together. With standard dice, all rolls should be between 1x1 and 6x6.
Help the frog jump across the lily pads. Use skip counting skills to fill in the missing Leap Years.
These penguins have multiples of six on their bellies. Skip count by 6s to complete the numbers.
Count by elevens and fill missing numbers in the boxes. This worksheet has a music theme.
6, 12, 18, ...What's next? Count by 6s on this printable worksheet.
Count by twos. Color every second number on the hundreds chart.
Write the numbers on the balloons as you skip count by 8s.
Use this number line to count by 2s.  Complete the activity by filling in the boxes.  This number line ranges from 0 to 32.
Fill out all the sections of the caterpillar as you skip count by 8s.
This file contains the first 5 days of daily math review for 3rd graders. (This file covers skills from the end of 2nd grade.) Skills include: 2-digit and 3-digit addition and subtraction, counting money, reading analog clocks, measurement with nonstandard units, polygons, and word problems.
Skip count by twelves and fill in the empty boxes with the correct numbers. This worksheet has pictures of kayakers.
Skills for this week include reading analog clocks, word problems, writing numbers in expanded form, reading a pictograph, measurement, dividing shapes into equal parts, and counting money.
Fill in the missing numbers as you skip count by 11s. Then answer the related questions that follow.
Skip count by 9s on this space alien-themed worksheet page.
Following the circles, count by 3s and write the missing numbers in along the way.
The penguin bellies have numbers on them.  Skip count by 3s to fill in the missing numbers.
Skip count by 5s in order to complete each section of the caterpillar.
Students can practice counting by 10s by counting the bundles of sticks on this worksheet.
Help the mouse find the cheese by counting by 11s. Write in the missing numbers in the circles on this printable skip-counting worksheet.
The line of penguins shown have multiples of seven on their tummies. Write the missing numbers.
Practice counting by twelves. Then answer the related skip counting questions and word problems.
Skip count by 25s to fill in the missing sections on the caterpillar.
Skip count by 4s and write the correct numbers in the boxes.
Count the fish, flowers, snails, and crayons. Use knowledge of "counting by five" to help. Goes up to 45.
In this set, kids will practice skip counting by 100s, solving word problems, dividing shapes in half, reading a line plot, and telling time (half hour increments) on an analog clock.
Practice skip counting by sixes with this printable activity.
Help the rocket get to the star by counting by 7s. Write the missing numbers in the circles.
The numbers on the rows of balloons count by two.  Complete the pattern.
First, skip count by 8s. Then answer the related math questions.
Write numbers on the balloons - and try not to pop them!  Count by twenty-fives all the way up to six hundred.
Count by 2s and connect the dots to create a picture of a jumping dolphin.
Students will fill out all the sections of the caterpillar as they skip count by 9s.
Color every 4th number on the hundreds chart.
Children will fill out the caterpillar as they skip count by 10s.
Up and and away!  Multiples of four are listed on these balloons.  Keep counting by 4s (up to 96) to continue the pattern.
Cut apart the three-digit number cards and sort them in order from least to greatest. This file includes 5 different card sets.
In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice measurement, naming 3D solid shapes, place value, dividing shapes into equal parts, and making a bar graph.
Write the multiples of eleven on the balloon pictures. Numbers go from 11 all the way up to 264.
Each penguin has a multiple of 9 written on its tummy. Can you fill in the missing numbers?
This rocket needs to reach the star. To get there, count by 4s. The first circle starts at number 4 and ends with 40.
Count by 3s on these number lines.  The number line begins at 0 and ends at 33.
Students must read the given number and tell what comes before and after.  They also have to add ten and subtract ten.
Skip count by 6s to fill in the missing numbers on the caterpillar.
Count by 10 to find the number of sticks in the bundles. Then count the single sticks and add the numbers together to find the total number of sticks shown.
This cute rocket will travel through space to get to the star by counting by 25s. (25 - 250)
Skip count by six, then answer each of the word problems and math questions.
Count by twelves on the balloons. Skip count from 12 up to 288.
Skip count by 100s to fill in the missing numbers.
Count by threes on the hundreds chart.  Color every third number.
Write the numbers that are missing from each row. This page includes only 3-digit numbers.
Fill in the caterpillars as you skip count by twos.
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.
Fill in the numbers in the circles as you skip count by 8s.
Count by 2s on this worksheet and fill in the missing numbers.  The page is decorated with two karate illustrations.
Fill in the empty squares on this skip counting worksheet.
These seven questions will review 'counting by 25s'.
Skip count by 5s to make a perfect pachyderm portrait.
This worksheet pictures clusters of penguins floating on ice.  Some penguins have numbers on them.  Students must use their counting skills to write numbers on the penguins without numbers.
Cut out the letters in the words ONE HUNDRED and rearrange them to make new words. This activity includes primary-ruled lines for students in kindergarten through second grade.
Fill in the balloons with the missing numbers to complete the counting sequence.
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