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Second Grade Numbers and Place Value

It’s finally here! My Math worksheet series has finally hit second grade. And what better way to kick it off than with place value. Place value in second grade has students further exploring how the position of a digit in a number determines its value. Students begin looking at hundreds, tens and ones while continuing to develop their number sense skills. To effectively grasp 3 digit place value, students should be exposed to a wide variety of activities allowing them to ‘play’ with numbers. Students should have opportunities to compare numbers, order them, compose them, decompose them, expand them and so on. I designed this packet of activities to help your students explore 3 digit numbers and become number champions. I can’t wait to share the activities with you!! The Activities There are over 70 different activities included with many of them being interactive. Plus, I have included some differentiation options too, so if you still have students working on tens and ones, there's a bunch of activities for them too. Here is a list of EVERYTHING this packet covers: ♥ Number of the Day ♥ What Comes Before and After? ♥ Before and After (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ What’s In Between? ♥ What Comes Before, Between and After? ♥ Roll and Count On (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Number Mix-Up (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Order the Numbers ♥ Find 10 Less and 10 More ♥ 10 Less, 10 More ♥ 100 More ♥ 100 Less, 100 More ♥ Llama Write Less & More ♥ A-Maze-ing Skip Counting (by 5’s and 2’s) ♥ Hopping by 5’s (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Count by 2’s ♥ Skip Count to 1000 ♥ Count by 100’s ♥ Count on by 10’s (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Number Patterns ♥ What’s the Rule? ♥ Which is Greater? (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Compare and Color ♥ True or False ♥ Comparing Numbers (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Greater Than and Less Than ♥ Roll a Bigger Number ♥ Spin a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Pick and Compare ♥ Tens and Ones ♥ Count the Hundreds ♥ Counting the Blocks ♥ Hundreds, Tens and Ones ♥ MAB Counting ♥ Scoop to 100 ♥ Scoop to 1000 ♥ Secret Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Odd and Even Ocean ♥ Split a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Place Value Monsters ♥ Apple Place Value ♥ Place Value Digits ♥ Sort by Hundreds ♥ Color by Value ♥ Pencil Place Value ♥ Place Value Match ♥ Expanded Numbers ♥ Write the Number ♥ Place Value ♥ Change to Standard Form ♥ Roll, Make, Write (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Mystery Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Write the Numbers Place Value Experiences There are a number of different place value experiences that students should have as well as concepts they should learn to help them gain a holistic understanding of place value. 1. Exploring Numbers with Manipulatives For students to be able to visualize the quantity of a number, it's important that they are given opportunities to 'handle' numbers in their real life form. Base ten blocks are absolutely the best way to do this. I'm going to go even further and say that when an activity doesn't specifically call for blocks to be used, that students should still have an opportunity to handle them, to recreate the numbers shown and see what they look like in real life. They've got to hold it in their hands before they can see it in their heads. At least at first anyway :) 2. The Position of Numbers The position of a number determines the value of that number and it's important that students are given many opportunities to explore and learn about these values. The 3 in the tens place is worth far less than the 1 in the hundred's place. For students to learn this, they should be looking at numbers, picking them apart and engaging in experiences which encourage them to use language such as "this number has 3 hundreds" or "there is a 3 in the hundred's place." 3. Exploring Numbers Getting students to pull numbers apart and put them together again can help them to better understand place value. There are so many different fun and interactive ways to do this without having students complete a boring decomposing numbers worksheet. 4. Comparing Numbers When students compare numbers, they can begin to picture where numbers stand in relation to each other. It improves their number sense skills and as they complete activities like these more often, they become adept at instinctively knowing and understanding the order and value of numbers. Place value is the basis of so many other Math learning areas so it is imperative that students are able to master it early on and I hope this packet helps you in your classroom. I'll be working on more Math packets for second grade, so check back soon! If you'd like to purchase this place value packet or find out more details, you can grab it here or click on the link below. Second Grade Numbers and Place Value

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The Best Free 2nd Grade Math Resources: Complete List! — Mashup Math

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Second Grade Numbers and Place Value

It’s finally here! My Math worksheet series has finally hit second grade. And what better way to kick it off than with place value. Place value in second grade has students further exploring how the position of a digit in a number determines its value. Students begin looking at hundreds, tens and ones while continuing to develop their number sense skills. To effectively grasp 3 digit place value, students should be exposed to a wide variety of activities allowing them to ‘play’ with numbers. Students should have opportunities to compare numbers, order them, compose them, decompose them, expand them and so on. I designed this packet of activities to help your students explore 3 digit numbers and become number champions. I can’t wait to share the activities with you!! The Activities There are over 70 different activities included with many of them being interactive. Plus, I have included some differentiation options too, so if you still have students working on tens and ones, there's a bunch of activities for them too. Here is a list of EVERYTHING this packet covers: ♥ Number of the Day ♥ What Comes Before and After? ♥ Before and After (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ What’s In Between? ♥ What Comes Before, Between and After? ♥ Roll and Count On (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Number Mix-Up (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Order the Numbers ♥ Find 10 Less and 10 More ♥ 10 Less, 10 More ♥ 100 More ♥ 100 Less, 100 More ♥ Llama Write Less & More ♥ A-Maze-ing Skip Counting (by 5’s and 2’s) ♥ Hopping by 5’s (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Count by 2’s ♥ Skip Count to 1000 ♥ Count by 100’s ♥ Count on by 10’s (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Number Patterns ♥ What’s the Rule? ♥ Which is Greater? (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Compare and Color ♥ True or False ♥ Comparing Numbers (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Greater Than and Less Than ♥ Roll a Bigger Number ♥ Spin a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Pick and Compare ♥ Tens and Ones ♥ Count the Hundreds ♥ Counting the Blocks ♥ Hundreds, Tens and Ones ♥ MAB Counting ♥ Scoop to 100 ♥ Scoop to 1000 ♥ Secret Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Odd and Even Ocean ♥ Split a Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Place Value Monsters ♥ Apple Place Value ♥ Place Value Digits ♥ Sort by Hundreds ♥ Color by Value ♥ Pencil Place Value ♥ Place Value Match ♥ Expanded Numbers ♥ Write the Number ♥ Place Value ♥ Change to Standard Form ♥ Roll, Make, Write (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Mystery Number (2 digit & 3 digit) ♥ Write the Numbers Place Value Experiences There are a number of different place value experiences that students should have as well as concepts they should learn to help them gain a holistic understanding of place value. 1. Exploring Numbers with Manipulatives For students to be able to visualize the quantity of a number, it's important that they are given opportunities to 'handle' numbers in their real life form. Base ten blocks are absolutely the best way to do this. I'm going to go even further and say that when an activity doesn't specifically call for blocks to be used, that students should still have an opportunity to handle them, to recreate the numbers shown and see what they look like in real life. They've got to hold it in their hands before they can see it in their heads. At least at first anyway :) 2. The Position of Numbers The position of a number determines the value of that number and it's important that students are given many opportunities to explore and learn about these values. The 3 in the tens place is worth far less than the 1 in the hundred's place. For students to learn this, they should be looking at numbers, picking them apart and engaging in experiences which encourage them to use language such as "this number has 3 hundreds" or "there is a 3 in the hundred's place." 3. Exploring Numbers Getting students to pull numbers apart and put them together again can help them to better understand place value. There are so many different fun and interactive ways to do this without having students complete a boring decomposing numbers worksheet. 4. Comparing Numbers When students compare numbers, they can begin to picture where numbers stand in relation to each other. It improves their number sense skills and as they complete activities like these more often, they become adept at instinctively knowing and understanding the order and value of numbers. Place value is the basis of so many other Math learning areas so it is imperative that students are able to master it early on and I hope this packet helps you in your classroom. I'll be working on more Math packets for second grade, so check back soon! If you'd like to purchase this place value packet or find out more details, you can grab it here or click on the link below. Second Grade Numbers and Place Value

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Preppy Nautical Hot Pink and Navy Blue - Full Collection {UPRINT}

Introducing the Preppy Nautical Collection from Schoolgirl Style!   The Preppy Nautical Collection is a balanced blend of Hot Pink and Navy Blue vibrant hues paired with classic stripes!  Monograms, Anchors, Whales and Sailboats bring pure nautical elegance to life!   Create the classroom of your dreams - Everything you need to decorate your space is included in this package! ***Also available in these other fun color choices:  Lime Green and Navy Blue & Red and Navy Blue**   Don't forget that many items in the Preppy Nautical Collection are EDITABLE! No more worries about your handwriting - you can type into the labels and PRINT!   Included in the Preppy Nautical Full Collection: Manuscript Print Alphabet Letters Cursive Print Alphabet Letters Banner Letters & Banner Numbers Bulletin Board Letters Square Monogram Letters Nameplates in several coordinating patterns (editable) Table/Center Signs – perfect for Learning Centers!  (editable) Multipurpose Labels – Book Baskets, Coat Hooks & More! (editable) Word Wall Labels (editable) 3 inch Round Labels (editable) Large Pennant Banner in several coordinating patterns (editable) Mini Pennant Banner - think bulletin boards & window showcases! Calendar Headers  Calendar Pieces Binder Covers (editable) Binder Spines (editable) Nautical Cut Outs Coordinating Papers – newsletters, craft projects! Can Covers (for flowers and pencil cans!)  (editable) Wall Hangings – Designer Prints to enhance your space! Complete Stationary Set – Letter head, Binder Covers, Monogram Prints, Note Cards, Post Cards, Thank You Notes, Avery 2x4 Label Templates, & Editable Business Cards! *Poms, daisies, lanterns, frames, and other accessories are not included, but can be purchased in the Schoolgirl Style Shop. (to create a similar look, the Schoolgirl Style Font Favorite(s) are: "At Mahogany Script" and "American Typewriter")   Want to see more photos and fun ideas?  Visit the Schoolgirl Style Blog,http://www.schoolgirlstyle.com/2014/04/preppy-nautical-classroom-theme/ Page Count: 390 ATTENTION! THIS IS A "U PRINT" DECOR SET. NOTHING WILL BE PHYSICALLY MAILED TO YOU. YOU ARE PURCHASING DIGITAL FILES AND WILL RECEIVE THEM THROUGH EMAIL AFTER PURCHASE. FOR PRINTING AND INSTRUCTIONS, HEAD OVER TO THE MAIN PAGE OF THE SCHOOLGIRL STYLE BLOG. (WWW.SCHOOLGIRLSTYLE.COM) Schoolgirl Style™’s line of trendy classroom accessories helps to take the guesswork out of styling and managing classroom design. Each collection, designed by Melanie Ralbusky, offers a signature look that will transform empty spaces into extraordinary spaces for students to enjoy. The variety of décor options in the Schoolgirl Style collection makes it possible for anyone to design and decorate classrooms that inspire learning and joy!  Collection for Personal Use Only.  Please do not share, distribute or copyright the files. 

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Halloween Math Freebies for Second Grade and More - Smiling and Shining in Second Grade

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Journey Second Grade Activities! This teacher has done it all: Low Prep! Crafts, Focus Wall Posters, Printables. Come see what has made students and teachers fall in love with teaching Journeys!

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Second Grade Monthly Fluency Freebie | Education to the Core

Second Grade Freebie Leave your name and email to grab our Second Grade Sampler! Success! Now check your email to confirm your email and download your 2nd grade passages! There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. First Name Email Address We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this …

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Second Grade Sight Word Sentence Cards {Level 4} - This Reading Mama

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Amazing Read Aloud Books for Second Grade

If you're a 2nd-grade teacher, librarian, or parent, this list of read aloud books will give you teacher and kid recommended titles plus a printable list.

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Are you teaching writing or Writers Workshop in grade one or grade two? You’ll find easy ways to organize writers workshop, tons of writing prompts and inspiration, and no prep writing centres for Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade! Teaching writing in primary grades can be so much easier with the right resources!

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