# 2nd Grade Common Core: 2.NBT.5

Common Core Identifier: 2.NBT.5 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Use Place Value Understanding And Properties Of Operations To Add And Subtract.
Detail: Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
262 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
This file contains 30 two-digit subtraction problem task cards, with QR codes. Students subtract to find the differences, then scan the QRs to check their answers.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Solve the 2-digit addition problems; Without regrouping; Christmas tree pictures
Solve the basic addition problems. The color according to the key at the bottom of the page. All addition problems have addends between 1 and 12.
The two-digit subtraction problems on this worksheet do NOT require students to borrow/regroup.
Double-digit subtraction problems that do require borrowing.
2-digit with regrouping subtraction problems inside of turkey pictures.
A cute doggie-themed subtraction practice page with double digit numbers
Looking for more than 25 facts?  Try this worksheet.  It has 50!
Subtract the two-digit numbers to find the differences. Most problems require regrouping (borrowing). The word problems and picture features a box of colorful crayons.
Simple 2-digit subtraction problems that don't require borrowing.
Find and circle the pairs of numbers that add up to 100.
This worksheet will help students use place value blocks (base 10 blocks) to practice subtraction with borrowing.
Solve the 2-digit subtraction problems; Requires borrowing; Christmas tree pictures
Another monster-themed worksheet.  This one has 2-digit subtraction problems that require borrowing.
Subtraction arrow chain problems; 2-digits minus 1-digit; Regrouping
Solve these double-digit addition word problems. These problems do NOT require regrouping.
Double-digit subtraction problems that do NOT require borrowing.
A dozen 2-digit subtraction problems that require borrowing from the tens column.
Solve the 2-digit subtraction problems; Requires borrowing; Christmas tree pictures
Subtract the two-digit numbers; Requires borrowing; Valentine heart pictures.
Scan the QR codes with an iPad or smartphone to view subtraction word problems. Solve and show your work.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Scan the QR code with an iPad or smartphone to view an addition word problem. Then find the sum of the 2-digit numbers. Show your work.
Double-digit column addition problems with three or four addends; Includes one word problem
Solve these two-digit addition word problems. All problems require carrying (regrouping).
2-digit addition problems inside pictures of Easter eggs.
Add the 2-digit sums; Requires carrying ones; Valentine heart pictures.
Practice skip counting by 9s, then answer the word problems and questions that follow.
Solve the 2-digit addition problems; Requires regrouping; Christmas tree pictures
First, skip count by 8s. Then answer the related math questions.
Complete 20 addition problems (2-digits plus 2-digits with with regrouping). The cut the squares, match the answers, and assemble the leprechaun puzzle.
Solve the basic subtraction problems and color-by-number to reveal a picture of a rooster.
This printable includes 30 task cards with addition problems. Each problem has 2-digit addends. There's also an answer paper and a sheet that kids can use to show their work. Students can scan the QR code to check answers.
Use the number line to add or subtract.
Solve the subtraction problems and color-by-number to reveal a picture of a colorful parrot.
A colorful hot air balloon will be revealed when you answer the math facts and color according to the key.
Solve 43 basic subtraction problems as quickly as possible. All numbers are 20 or less. Differences are ten or less.
Write the answers to the subtraction problems, then color the mystery picture of a clownfish.
This worksheet has 43 basic subtraction facts. How quickly can you students solve them? All numbers are 18 or less. Differences are all equal to or less than nine.
Solve all of the mixed addition and subtraction facts as quickly as possible. Includes sums up to and including 20 and differences up to and including 10.
Adding problems with 2-digits; Requires regrouping; Thanksgiving turkey pictures.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
In this card game, students solve a series of 2-digit subtraction problems.
Use the key at the top of the page to decode the symbol math problems. Then solve each one.
This cute rocket will travel through space to get to the star by counting by 25s. (25 - 250)
Use an inch ruler to draw lines. Express numbers in expanded and word form. Determine which measuring tool to use.
Complete the addition problems and color the page according to the key. The two worksheets have the same pattern, but when colored in, each will reveal a different picture.
Color the blue whale mystery picture after solving the basic addition facts.
Print out these addition pennants, have each student make a pennant by solving the addition problem, coloring the border, and cutting it out, and glue the pennants along a rope.
These task cards have expressions. Students use the order of operations to simplify. Recommended for classroom scavenger hunts, peer practice sessions, document camera work, or exit slips.
example: 3 × 4 ÷ 6 + 20
Solve the simple one-digit addition problems, and color the hot air balloon picture according to the code.
The penguin groups have multiples of four on their bellies.  Skip count by 4s to complete the numbers.
Count by 2s and connect the dots to create a picture of a jumping dolphin.
Fill in the caterpillar as you skip count by 4s.
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.
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.
On their way through this maze, your students will fill in the number of pumpkins their path passes. At the end, they will add up all the pumpkins to find the total.
Basic addition worksheet.  First addend is between 0 and 9.  Includes cartoon frog pictures.
Solve the basic subtraction problems and color by number to reveal a picture of a colorful butterfly.
Determine which subtraction problems are being shown by each of the number lines.
Write the correct numbers in each addition/subtraction fact family triangle.
This worksheet has addition problems that were not solved correctly. Students must find and explain the errors.
Fill in the numbers in the circles as you skip count by 8s.
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.
Find the sums and color the shapes accordingly to reveal a picture of two lanterns.
The numbers on the rows of balloons count by two.  Complete the pattern.
Skip count by 12s and fill out the missing sections of the caterpillar.
Complete a line plot using these data shown. Count backwards by 100s. Solve an addition problem with multiple addends. Plot points on a number line. Tell how many thirds make a whole. Measure lines in centimeters.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color the Thanksgiving turkey according to the key.
Students use the number line picture to help them add.
Color in every fifth number of this hundreds chart.  Do you see a pattern?
This set of 30 task cards has addition problems that do not require carrying. Use these in your learning centers, on your document camera, or for classroom games.
Using the sums from basic addition facts, color according to the key to find a cute fox.
Find and draw the missing counters and then complete the subtraction fact.
Tell how many vertices and sides a polygon has. Divide shapes into halves and quarters. Answer questions about a line plot. Subtract double-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
This file contains two mystery picture worksheets. They look very similar but depending on which one you do, the picture will be different.
Adding practice sheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 5.  Playful monkey pictures decorate the worksheet.
This rocket needs to reach the star. To get there, count by 4s. The first circle starts at number 4 and ends with 40.
These subtraction problems require no regrouping.
After answering the addition facts, color the sailboat according to the key.
Find the difference for each subtraction fact. Then color according to the key to reveal a colorful Chinese New Year picture.
Helium balloons with numbers on them adorn this page.  Fill in the missing numbers when you count by 3s up to 72.
Roll two dice. Multiply the two numbers together. With standard dice, all rolls should be between 1x1 and 6x6.
Fill out all the sections of the caterpillar as you skip count by 8s.
In the 24th week of Math Buzz, students will add and subtract 3-digit numbers, count angles in a polygon, estimate lengths, read and interpret a line plot, and divide a rectangle into an array.
Here's a complete set of triangular fact family flashcards to teach subtraction and addition facts.
Find the sum for each addition fact. Then color according to the key. The mystery picture is a colorful dragon.
The penguin bellies have numbers on them.  Skip count by 3s to fill in the missing numbers.
Here's a 50-question timed quiz with addition facts.
Students will fill out all the sections of the caterpillar as they skip count by 9s.
James Cotter's mother is a teacher and she's setting up a classroom for the new year. James helps his mother pass out supplies, but he needs to use his math skills to find out what supplies are needed.
This week student will: identify basic shapes, add and subtract triple-digit numbers, count money, compare numbers, and use arrays to solve repeated addition problems.
Count the dots on each domino and add to find the sum.
Write the answers to the subtraction problems and color the picture according to the key.
What is a shark's favorite game? Solve the 3-digit addition (no regrouping) problems to find out.
Use the key to decode the addends in the secret symbol numbers. Then solve the 4-digit addition problems.
Help the mouse find the cheese. Count by 100s and write the missing numbers in the circles. (100 - 1000)
On these five Math Buzz worksheets, students will identify attributes of polygons, count coins, skip count by 5s, identify lines of symmetry, tell time to the nearest 5 minutes, and add three addends together.
Solve the addition problems and color the worksheet based on the key. Depending on which you complete, you will create either a police car or a fire truck.
Practice worksheet with basic addition facts.  The first addend is between 0 and 2.  The second addend is between 0 and 9.  Includes pictures of cute monsters.
This printable worksheet allows students to practice skip counting by 12s. The numbers start at 12 and go up to 144.
Use the symbol key to decode the expressions. Then find the answers.
example: 8 × 9 + 4
Color a king and queen's castle.  Solve the basic adding facts and color the picture.
Use your knowledge of skip counting to answer the logical and critical thinking questions.
Skip count by 5s in order to complete each section of the caterpillar.
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.
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.
This is our most difficult Halloween addition maze, for those especially talented at navigating all the twists and turns. They'll have to add up 7 numbers to find the sum of all the pumpkins they pass.
Try to write the answers to all 50 Basic Addition Facts (0 -9) as quickly as possible.
Students use the number line to help them subtract.
Find the difference for each basic subtraction fact. Then color according to the key to reveal a brown owl. All subtraction problems have differences within 20.
These math problems have mistakes in the solutions. Write the correct solution, and explain why the problems shown are not correct.
Print out this worksheet so your students can practice skip counting by 9s.
In Math Buzz Week 9, your students will practice addition using the standard algorithm, identify numbers shown by place value blocks, count coins, and find missing shapes in patterns.
Depending on which worksheet from this file you give your students, they will color either a dog or a cat.
When they solve and color the picture, students will see a colorful sailboat.
Count by 2s on this worksheet and fill in the missing numbers.  The page is decorated with two karate illustrations.
Skip count by 25s to fill in the missing sections on the caterpillar.
Find the elapsed time. Subtract 2-digit numbers. Count by 10s. Calculate change. Use a bar model to solve a problem. Complete a bar graph.
Solve the basic subtraction problems (all minuends are 18 or less; all subtrahends are exactly 9). Then color the mystery scene according to the key. Scene will show a beach ball and sand pail.
Logical thinking:  Write the missing numbers to make each scale balance.
Solve to find the answers to the basic subtraction facts. Then color according to the key to reveal a picture of the planet Earth.
Color every 4th number on the hundreds chart.
First, solve the addition problems. Then cut out the problem cards and sort them into two categories on the t-chart: Odd Sums and Even Sums.
Color the picture by solving the basic addition problems to find the friendly robot!
Have your students solve the subtraction word problem by drawing a picture to help find the answer.
Find the values of coin sets. Count backwards by 1s. Follow the rule to complete an input/output table. Estimate lengths. Solve problems related to arrays.
Will your worksheet reveal a tasty summer treat or classic beach toys? It depends which of the two worksheets in this file you complete.
Another basic facts drill.  The first addend is between 0 and 6.  This worksheet has race car graphics.
Use addition or subtraction to determine the missing number in each part-part-whole box.
Challenge your students to count by 5s with this printable skip counting worksheet.
This worksheet includes a few different styles of questions. Some problems require regrouping.
Solve the basic addition problems. Each problem has addends up to 9 and sums up to 18. Then color the summer scene according to the key.
More fact family subtraction-addition fact family triangles to solve.
6, 12, 18, ...What's next? Count by 6s on this printable worksheet.
This worksheet includes a variety of 4-digit addition problems, including two word problems, horizontal and vertical equations, and more.
Find the sum for each problem, then color the mystery picture according to the code.
Count by 3s on these number lines.  The number line begins at 0 and ends at 33.
Here's another page with fifty 0-10 basic facts.
Find the answer to each basic subtraction fact, then color to see the blue and gray whale.
Children will fill out the caterpillar as they skip count by 10s.
Patty Potter and her class plant a flower garden on the school grounds. Read the story and answer the math questions
On these worksheets, pupils will: count backwards by 1s, differentiate between triangles and quadrilaterals, find sums and differences, answer questions about a calendar, and solve an elapsed time problem.
Write the domino addends, then count the dots to find the correct sum.
Write the answers to basic subtraction problems and color the Thanksgiving turkey according to the key.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
Complete each addition problem by arranging the digits in the correct positions. This game has 12 task cards. Makes a great learning center or small group activity.
Solve the subtraction facts and color according to the key to reveal a fox!
Complete the picture models to help find the answer to the subtraction problems. Then write a subtraction fact for each.
Write money amounts using the fewest possible coins. Add and subtract using the standard algorithm. Write the values of the underlined digits. Use mental math to subtract 10 and 100. Divide shapes into equal parts.
Add pairs of 2-digit numbers and write the sums. There are 2 word problems at the end, as well as a leprechaun illustration.
Practice sheet with forty-three basic addition facts.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 3.  Includes pictures of roller coasters.
Add or subtract to find the missing part of each number bond.
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.
Use knowledge of Order of Operations to solve the equations. THen match the answers with the letters at the bottom of the page to find the answer to a silly riddle. What's a cat's favorite color? Purrr-ple.
example: 24 ÷ 2 + 20 - 20 ÷ 4
Find the sums and color; Picture makes a colorful clownfish.
Count by threes on the hundreds chart.  Color every third number.
Count by 6s up to 144. Write the answers on the bellies of the penguins.
Skip count by 6s to fill in the missing numbers on the caterpillar.
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.
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.
Try to find and circle all of the addition facts hidden in this number hunt puzzle.  It's kind of like a word search, except students search for addition facts.
Use the number lines to determine the missing quantity in each subtraction fact.  Use the "count back" technique.
A complete set of basic subtraction flashcards up to 18 - 9. This file has 4 large cards per page.
These addition problems were solved incorrectly. Examine them carefully and explain the mistakes.
Skip count by 10s starting at 10 and ending at 100 on this worksheet.
Use bar models to help solve addition and subtraction problems, differentiating between even and odd numbers, add using the standard algorithm, count money, and arranging objects in order of length.
Which worksheet they complete will determine whether your students color in an apple or a banana.
Subtraction fact blast off!  Solve the facts and color the rocket.
The penguins on the ice floes are counting by twos.  Can you fill in the missing ones?
Skip count by 100s to fill in the missing numbers.
In the 30th and final week of 2nd Grade Math Buzz, students will: solve an addition problem with 4 addends, shade an array to solve a repeated addition problem, complete a picture graph, count money, and plot numbers on a number line.
Write the sum for each addition problem, then color the parrot according to the key.
Solve to find the answers to the basic addition facts. Then color according to the key to reveal an Earth Day picture.
Up and and away!  Multiples of four are listed on these balloons.  Keep counting by 4s (up to 96) to continue the pattern.
Add the numbers in the shapes together. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the trapezoids.
Fill in the caterpillars as you skip count by twos.
This worksheet uses pictures of eggs to help students solve the subtraction problems and then write the number sentence to go with it.
On these 2nd grade Daily Review worksheets, your students will review double-digit subtraction, counting money, writing times on analog clocks, basic multiplication with an array, and counting angles on shapes.
Students will complete the basic addition problems and use the answers and their corresponding colors to complete this worksheet.
More basic addition fact practice.  The first addend is between 0 and 7.  Kitty cat pictures.
Solve the addition problems, the color-by-number according to the key.  Picture makes a colorful rooster.
Write the sums for the basic addition facts, then color according to the key. The mystery picture is a reindeer.
Kids can count by 4s by writing numbers in the empty squares.  The page features skiing graphics.
Solve the double digit addition facts shown and cut out the cards. Then sort the sums into groups: even and odd. Glue the cards in the correct positions on the t-chart.
Fill in each section of the caterpillar by skip counting by 3s.
Fill in the grid, counting by 2s. Answer the questions on the bottom of the page to practice skip counting by 2s.
In MB #91 through 95, your class will practice 2-digit subtraction, counting money, 3-digit addition, solving word problems, and linear measurement.
Have your students complete this maze and solve the addition problem by filling in the number of pumpkins the good witch passes on her way through the maze and adding them together.
Basic addition facts.  The first addend for each problem is between 0 and 8.  Cute wizard pictures.
Write the correct addition/subtraction fact family for each set of numbers.
Help the rocket get to the star by counting by 7s. Write the missing numbers in the circles.
This worksheet includes 2- and 3-digit addition with no regrouping required.
Solve the problems to reveal fruits and vegetables: a red apple, a yellow banana, green guava fruit, and an orange carrot.
Memory match card game. Flip cards to match each addition fact with the correct domino.
Level:
Count by twos. Color every second number on the hundreds chart.
On this printable timed test, students will have 50 more basic addition problems to solve.
Subtract the numbers to find the differences, then color according to the code at the bottom.
Complete the missing sections of the caterpillar as you skip count by 11s.
Read about the endangered cow breeds on Grandpa McDonald's farm. Then answer the math questions that follow.
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.
Tell which addition problems are shown by each number line.
Practice skip counting by sixes with this printable activity.
This file has 30 task cards. Each one has a 2-digit addition problem on it. These can be used for classroom games or learning centers.
Color the robot picture by answering the subtraction facts and using the key.
Draw the counters in the space to provided to help form the number sentence for the subtraction problems.
Write the times shown on the analog clocks. Draw the correct temperature on the thermometer. Find days on a calendar. Read and interpret data on a line plot.
Color the circles with the problems, as well as the answers. If you correctly complete each one, you'll be able to navigate the maze from start to finish.
Adding - Basic facts practice drill worksheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 4.  Includes pictures of horses.
Write the answers to the subtraction facts and color the royal castle.
Another set of add-subtract number bonds.
Following the circles, count by 3s and write the missing numbers in along the way.
This worksheet includes 8 subtraction problems of various styles, such as word problems, simple equations, and filling in the missing digit. Some require regrouping.
Answer the addition facts and color the rocket picture according to the code at the bottom.
Can you count by 3s?  Complete the tables by writing the missing numbers.  This printable features three horse illustrations.
On each balloon, write a number as you count by 6s. Count up to 144.
Skip count by 7s to fill in the missing numbers on the caterpillar.
Add the numbers together starting with the ones place. Regroup if necessary and show the regrouping with the box provided. After, circle whether you regrouped or not.
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.
Use the number line to determine the missing number in each subtraction fact.
Write the answers to the subtraction problems and color the picture according to the key.
Match each subtraction with with the answer in this fun card game.
Your whole class can participate in this fast-paced game. Students move around the room, from desk-to-desk solving two-digit addition problems. All problems require students to know how to regroup.
Look for mistakes in these completed addition problems. Explain the errors. Then solve.
Help the mouse find the cheese by counting by 11s. Write in the missing numbers in the circles on this printable skip-counting worksheet.
Learn about halves, thirds, and quarters. Compare using the symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to. Use a centimeter ruler to draw lines. Add and subtract ten using mental math. Read times on analog clocks.
Will this mystery picture be a boat or a plane? It depends which worksheet you give your students!
Find the differences and color the dog picture according to the color code.
Use this number line to count by 2s.  Complete the activity by filling in the boxes.  This number line ranges from 0 to 32.
Print out these addition pennants, have each student make a pennant by solving the addition problem, coloring the border, and cutting it out, and glue the pennants along a rope.
This worksheet requires students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. There are no exponents or parentheses in these problems.
example: 7 × 8 + 36 ÷ 9
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.
Practice recognizing and working with the properties of addition problems. This is a good introductory worksheet that contains only simple 1 and 2-digit numbers.
Fractions in a circle. Count coins and subtract money word problems.
The cutest mammals in Australia actually have very sharp claws and they spend more time asleep than they do awake.
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.
What number is shown by the place value blocks? Subtract to find out how many boys are in Miss Minn's class. Write the time shown on the clock.
Give values of the digits in three-digit number. Subtract to find out how many tulips are in a garden. Color the odd and even tiled numbers.
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.
Write how much money is left after a purchase. Write the time from a clock. Choose geometric shapes.
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.
More difficult addition squares.  Solve by placing numbers in boxes to find the given sums.  2x2 grid.
Number patterns, solve word problem with subtraction. Fractions using tiles.
Both the first and second digits are odd.  To find the first digit, subtract sixteen from nine.  Both digits are the same.
Count by 3's. Preform skip counting. Addition and subtraction.
The secret number is an even number with six letters in its name.  It is less than 20 but greater than 10.
Measurement with ruler along with adding and subtracting. What fraction of the marbles are black?
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.
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.
Tell how much money is shown. Write the numbers in standard form. Solve the addition and subtraction word problems.
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.
This worksheet includes the associative, commutative, and the identity (zero) properties. Students must write the value of each variable.
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