This packet is jammed full of worksheets to help your students practice and understand 3 digit numbers and place value. It includes over 70 engaging worksheets for second grade which cover number order, skip counting, base ten blocks, number comparison, expanded formation and so much more! It includes a whole bunch of differentiation options too so that you can cater to all the students in your classroom. It is perfect for whole-class activities, math stations, fast finisher activities, homework and review.
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Second Grade Math Worksheet Bundle
The worksheets include:
♥ Number of the Day – A template to use for the number of the day.
♥ What Comes Before and After? – Paste the number that comes before and after each number.
♥ Before and After (2 digit & 3 digit) – Write the number that comes before and after each number.
♥ What’s In Between? – Write the number that comes between each number.
♥ What Comes Before, Between and After? – Write the number that’s before, between and after.
♥ Roll and Count On (2 digit & 3 digit) – Roll 2 or 3 dice, write the number displayed and count it on.
♥ Number Mix-Up (2 digit & 3 digit) – Sort the numbers from smallest to greatest.
♥ Order the Numbers – Order the numbers from smallest to greatest.
♥ Find 10 Less and 10 More – Paste the number that is ten less and ten more than each number.
♥ 10 Less, 10 More – Write the number that is 10 less and 10 more than each number.
♥ 100 More – Write the number that is 100 more than each number.
♥ 100 Less, 100 More – Write the number that is 100 less and 100 more than each number.
♥ Llama Write Less & More – Write the number that is 1 less/more, 10 less/more and 100 less/more.
♥ A-Maze-ing Skip Counting (by 5’s and 2’s) – Skip count to help the character get through the maze.
♥ Hopping by 5’s (2 digit & 3 digit) – Skip count by 5’s to complete the number sequence.
♥ Count by 2’s – Count by 2’s to complete the number sequence.
♥ Skip Count to 1000 – Skip count to 1000 by 10’s.
♥ Count by 100’s – Skip count by 100’s to 1000.
♥ Count on by 10’s (2 digit & 3 digit) – Count on from each number by 10’s.
♥ Number Patterns – Find the rule and continue the number patterns.
♥ What’s the Rule? – What’s the rule shown in the number patterns?
♥ Which is Greater? (2 digit & 3 digit) – Color the bat wing with the largest number purple and the wing with the smallest number orange.
♥ Compare and Color – Color the numbers less than 500 blue and the numbers more than 500 red.
♥ True or False – Paste the number comparisons by whether they are true or false.
♥ Comparing Numbers (2 digit & 3 digit) – Write < > or = to compare the numbers.
♥ Greater Than and Less Than – Write a number that is greater than or less than each number.
♥ Roll a Bigger Number – In partners, each take a turn to roll 3 die. Write the numbers displayed on the dice and then compare them using < > or =. The player with the largest number wins.
♥ Spin a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) – In partners, spin the spinners to reveal a number and color the number which is greatest.
♥ Pick and Compare – Pick 3 numbers and write them in the boxes. Write the smallest number and largest number you can make out of the numbers.
♥ Tens and Ones – Match the base ten blocks to the numbers.
♥ Count the Hundreds – Count how many base ten blocks there are and write how many.
♥ Counting the Blocks – Count the blocks and write how many.
♥ Hundreds, Tens and Ones – Write how many hundreds, tens and ones are displayed by the base ten blocks.
♥ MAB Counting – Count the blocks and write how many there are in number form.
♥ Scoop to 100 – Match the blocks and the expanded numbers to the cones
♥ Scoop to 1000 – Match the blocks and the expanded numbers to the cones
♥ Secret Number (2 digit & 3 digit) – Write a secret number and cover it with the flaps. Write some clues to help your classmates guess.
♥ Odd and Even Ocean – Color the odd fish red and the even fish yellow.
♥ Odd and Even Sorting – Sort the numbers by whether they are odd or even.
♥ Split a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) – Split the numbers into hundreds, tens and ones.
♥ Place Value Monsters – Write how many hundreds, tens and ones are in each number.
♥ Apple Place Value – Color the apples using the code.
♥ Place Value Digits – Write the value of the underlined digits.
♥ Sort by Hundreds – Sort the numbers by how many hundreds they have.
♥ Color by Value – Color the numbers using the key.
♥ Pencil Place Value – Match the expanded form to the numbers.
♥ Place Value Match – Match the numbers to the expanded form.
♥ Expanded Numbers – Expand the numbers to show how many hundreds, tens and ones.
♥ Write the Number – Write the numbers in standard form.
♥ Place Value – Match the standard form numbers to the expanded form numbers.
♥ Change to Standard Form – Rewrite the numbers in standard form.
♥ Roll, Make, Write (2 digit & 3 digit) – Roll the dice, write the number, draw it in blocks and expand it.
♥ Mystery Number (2 digit & 3 digit) – Read the clues, write the number that matches and color it in. Keep going until there is only 1 number left.
♥ Write the Numbers – Write the numbers in word form.
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