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

Common Core Identifier: 2.OA.1 / Grade: 2
Curriculum: Operations And Algebraic Thinking: Represent And Solve Problems Involving Addition And Subtraction.
Detail: Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one- and two-step word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.1
88 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Challenge your students to solve these tricky multi-step math problems. Each one requires students to add and/or subtract.
Students will need to add and subtract 2-digit and 3-digit numbers to find the answers to these multi-step word problems.
Use addition and subtraction to solve these word problems.
First, skip count by 8s. Then answer the related math questions.
After you practice skip counting by sevens, answer the math questions and word problems.
Skip count by six, then answer each of the word problems and math questions.
Practice skip counting by 9s, then answer the word problems and questions that follow.
Review skills include: reading data on a chart/table; place value; story problems with extra information, multiplication within 5, and odd/even numbers.
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.
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).
This worksheet includes a variety of 4-digit addition problems, including two word problems, horizontal and vertical equations, and more.
This set of word problems has 3 multi-step and 2 single-step problems. Skills include basic addition, subtraction, and basic multiplication.
This set includes word problems with extra information, basic multiplication (or repeated addition), and multi-step problems involving addition and subtraction.
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.
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.
Count by 7s. Write the numbers on the penguins' bellies. Numbers go all the way up to 161.
These five worksheets have a variety of single and multi-step problems involving simple addition with multiple addends and subtraction problems.
Use mental math to subtract a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number, find the value of coins, read and interpret a tally chart, measure to the nearest inch, and identify shapes that are divided into quarters.
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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Subtraction story problems that involve borrowing.  (2 and 3-digit numbers)
Use the key at the top of the page to decode the symbol math problems. Then solve each one.
This file contains set of worksheets with illustrated 2nd grade math story problems.
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.
Challenge your students to solve these five single and multi-step word problems. Includes multiple addends, comparing, and basic adding & subtracting.
This worksheet includes 2- and 3-digit addition with no regrouping required.
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.
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.
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.
On these worksheets, your children will solve multi-step problems that requires them to add and subtract double-digit numbers.
Count by 7s and write the missing numbers on the balloons. These numbers go up to 168.
These set of daily story problems have questions related to addition, subtraction, and place value.
Complete the grids by filling in the missing numbers. This worksheet has a monkey theme.
These worksheets have word problems related to addition, subtraction, and creating arrays.
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.
Use the key to decode the addends in the secret symbol numbers. Then solve the 4-digit addition problems.
Skills on these printables include: odd & even numbers; problems with extra information; addition & subtraction of 2-digit numbers; place value.
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.
Here are more problems related to basic addition and subtraction, as well as simple repeated addition (multiplication).
This week's daily word problems require skills related to addition, subtraction, telling time, and more!
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.
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.
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.
This worksheet includes 8 subtraction problems of various styles, such as word problems, simple equations, and filling in the missing digit. Some require regrouping.
This file contains 5 worksheets, with one problem on each page. There are 3 questions with multiple-steps and 2 with a single step. (Click the 'Alt' button below if you prefer color poster versions of these problems.)
These subtraction problems require no regrouping.
There are 3 single-step and 2 multi-step problems in this set. Includes sums with multiple addends, as well as reading and interpreting data on a table.
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.
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.
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.
What's a shark's favorite game? To find out, solve the 3-digit addition problems (no regrouping/carrying). Then use the answers to fill in the answer to the riddle.
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.
On these 2nd grade WPs, kids will find more sums, differences, and products. Half require only one step and half require multiple steps.
This week students will interpret a bar graph and practice their addition and subtraction skills.
Here are five more daily word problems, covering a variety of 2nd grade mathematics topics.
Use an inch ruler to draw lines. Express numbers in expanded and word form. Determine which measuring tool to use.
Subtract to find the missing addends  (example: 71 + __ = 143)
Double-digit subtraction problems that do NOT require borrowing.
Use the yearly calendar to answer basic questions about months and days of the week.
Jim loves reading and Meg loves math, so they find a way to help each other.
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.
Use a calendar to answer the calendar questions, such as "This year, what day of the week does December 30th fall on?" and "Write the date that is fifteen days after May 25."
Make these scales balance. Illustrations show two numbers on one side and a number and a variable on the other side.
The Antarctic penguins are lined up to show the numbers on their bellies.  Count by fives and tell which numbers are missing.
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.
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.
The two-digit subtraction problems on this worksheet do NOT require students to borrow/regroup.
How does a chicken take a bath? Read this cute story to find out.
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.
Answer questions about the October calendar. Students answer questions like, "Mark's birthday is on March 24. His party is exactly two weeks later. What is the date of his party?"
Tell how much money is shown. Write the numbers in standard form. Solve the addition and subtraction word problems.
Double-digit subtraction problems that do require borrowing.
Find the dollars and cents value of each word.
Balance these basic equations and solve for the variable x, indicated by a blank line. The problems on this worksheet requires only addition and subtraction skills to solve.
Find the answers to the basic subtraction problems and place the squares in the right order to reveal a fun mystery picture. These are two-digit problems that require borrowing.
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.
Answer questions about the October calendar. Students answer questions like, "Columbus Day is celebrated on the second Monday is October. What is the date of Columbus Day?"
The secret number is an even number with six letters in its name.  It is less than 20 but greater than 10.
This worksheet features elapsed time calendar questions. For example, "How many days are there between Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day?"
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.
Balance these basic equations and solve for the variable x. These equations have only addition and subtraction.
Both the first and second digits are odd.  To find the first digit, subtract sixteen from nine.  Both digits are the same.
Answer questions about the January calendar. Students answer questions like, "How many Mondays are in January?" and "What day of the week is January 29?"
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