# 2nd Grade Common Core: 2.NBT.4

Common Core Identifier: 2.NBT.4 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Understand Place Value.
Detail: Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
41 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Use symbols and words to compare the values of three-digit numbers.  (example: 444 > 441)
Cut out the "greater than" and "less than" alligators and glue them in the correct boxes.
Another cut and paste activity starring Less Than Alligator and Greater Than Alligator.  Like the activity above, students are also required to write out the answer with words.  These numbers have 3-digits.
In this two-player game, players roll a die to make three-digit numbers. They compare the numbers using <, >, and = symbols.
Compare triple-digit numbers using symbols and words.  Also includes word problems.  (example: 765 < 898)
Greater Than Alligator and Less Than Alligator are eating up large numbers.  Students glue the correct alligator symbol for each problem and write the answer with words.  This worksheet has 4-digit numbers.
Players roll a die to make two-digit numbers. They compare the numbers using the symbols for "greater than," "less than," and "equal to."
Cut apart the three-digit number cards and sort them in order from least to greatest. This file includes 5 different card sets.
Cut out the "greater than" and "less than" alligators and glue them in the correct boxes.
Use these math cards for a variety of lessons, learning centers, and small group instruction.
On these worksheets, students will count by tens starting with (8, 18, 28, 38...), complete a part-part-whole diagram, complete a fact family, and use place value blocks to find a number.
On these worksheets, kids will find the answers to word problems, count month, complete input/output tables, find the sums for addition problems with 3 addends, and order numbers from greatest to least.
Draw a model to solve an addition problem. Answer a question with tally marks. Show "one less" than the given numbers. Solve basic subtraction problems.
Roll three dice to make a number. Then write the number in expanded form, and make a sketch of the place value blocks.
Add and using place value blocks. Solve addition and subtraction word problems. Draw hands on an analog clock (nearest hour). Identify flat faces of a cylinder.
Review and practice making a line plot, finding sums and differences, ordering numbers from least to greatest, measuring to the nearest inch, and counting halves.
Identify solid shapes (spheres, cubes, rectangular prisms). Answer questions from a pictograph. Complete a bar model. Fill in the missing parts on a tally chart.
Decode sets of symbols into numbers. Compare each group with "greater than," "less than," or "equal to."
Count by twos starting with 2 (2, 12, 22, 32, 42...), practice repeated addition, as well as basic addition and subtraction.
This week, students will match 3-digit numbers to their word names, add triple-digit numbers, tell whether numbers are even or odd, count money, compare numbers, and practice repeated addition.
In this set, pupils will identify cubes, spheres, and cylinders. They will also complete an addition bar model, use non-standard units to measure a lizard, and compare two digit numbers (using <, >, and =).
In this set, students will review skip counting by 5s, measuring with non-standard units, telling time to the nearest half hour, and comparing 2-digit numbers.
For the tenth week of M.B., students will order objects by length (shortest to longest), identify solid shapes (cubes, cones, spheres), complete a pictograph, and answer place value questions.
In these files you have basic addition & subtraction, as well as addition with 3 addends. There's also one on comparing numbers, and repeated addition (multiplication).
Tell the time shown on the analog clocks. Tell how many equal parts are in each fraction diagram. Measure a flashlight using nonstandard units. Compare 2-digit numbers.
Estimate lengths of animals. Solve addition and subtraction word problems. Determine if a number is even or odd. Use a running total to count money. Complete a bar graph.
On these Math Buzz worksheets, your first graders will measure a whale using non-standard units, identify solids (cones, cylinders, cubes), subtract, and identify shapes that have equal parts.
In week 3, students will review in-out boxes, addition, counting money, measurement with non-standard units, and part-part-whole models.
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.
This week you students will decompose 2-digit numbers into 1s and 10s, draw a model to solve an addition problem, determine the number of straight sides on polygons, and continue shapes in a pattern.
Challenge your students to solve these five single and multi-step word problems. Includes multiple addends, comparing, and basic adding & subtracting.
Draw hands on a clock. Find related math facts. Add using place value blocks. Solve addition/subtraction word problems. Find the sum of three single-digit addends.
In the 23rd week of 2nd grade Math Buzz, students will divide objects into equal fractional parts (halves), create a shape with 3 angles, subtract a single-digit number from a 3-digit number, read and interpret a line plot, and compare money amounts.
This printable file has 30 task cards that you can cut apart and use with your students. They can be used for math games, learning centers, classroom scavenger hunts, Scoot games, or small group lessons.
In this week's worksheet set, students will practice counting by 10s (6, 16, 26, 36...), find "one more" and "one less" than a given number, write the times shown on the analog clocks (11:00 and 1:00), and illustrate a math fact family.
Printable, colorful alligator posters for teaching kids about greater than and less than.  Hang them on your classroom wall for reference, or attach magnets to the back and use them on your chalkboard when teaching students about greater than and less than.
Each of the adorable dancing pigs has a 3-digit number.  Cut, sort, and glue the pigs in order from least to greatest.
Another worksheet for comparing money amounts. (example: \$5.61 < \$5.73)
Compare money amounts using words and symbols.  Also includes a set of word problems. (example: \$3.63 <  \$3.75)
Write these 3-digit numbers in expanded form.
These review word problems require student knowledge of place value and rounding.
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