2.NBT.A.3 Lesson Plans

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.A.3

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"Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form."

Our Take: Second graders should be learning to represent numbers up to 1000 in a variety of different forms. For example, the student can represent the number 42 using place value terms (4 tens and 2 ones), expanded form (40 + 2), its number word (forty-two), and its standard form (42).

These lesson plans can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

Lesson Plans

Popping Into Place Value
Popping Into Place Value
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Popping Into Place Value
Strong place value recognition is a necessity to order, estimate, round, and check for the accuracy of numbers. In this lesson, students will compare and order numbers using what they know about place value.
2nd grade
Math
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Base-Ten Block Party
Base-Ten Block Party
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Base-Ten Block Party
Help your students practice place value with this fun, hands-on base-ten block game. Neighborhood block teams compete to win points as they work together to show expanded numbers.
2nd grade
Math
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All About Three-Digit Numbers
All About Three-Digit Numbers
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All About Three-Digit Numbers
Students will get to explore three-digit numbers through base-ten blocks and written form. Students will get plenty of practice identifying the place values of a number both individually and with the class.
2nd grade
Math
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Place Value Tower
Place Value Tower
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Place Value Tower
Students will learn how to find the actual value of three-digit numbers with this activity that has them use manipulatives to create the expanded form of a number.
2nd grade
Math
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Numerous Names for Numbers
Numerous Names for Numbers
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Numerous Names for Numbers
It is important for students to gain a better understanding of different ways to write numbers. In this lesson, your students will practice seeing numbers in various ways to help them comprehend the meaning of numbers.
1st grade
Math
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Base-Ten Money: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Base-Ten Money: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
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Base-Ten Money: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Get your students excited about money! Have them make connections between their prior knowledge of base-ten numerals and one, ten, and hundred dollar bills.
2nd grade
Math
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Showing Numbers in Different Ways
Showing Numbers in Different Ways
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Showing Numbers in Different Ways
Use this hands-on lesson to encourage collaboration amongst students as they review base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. This lesson can be used as a pre-lesson to Base Ten Block Party or as a stand-alone activity.
2nd grade
Math
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Writing Three-Digit Number Names
Writing Three-Digit Number Names
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Writing Three-Digit Number Names
Use this lesson to support students in learning how to write three-digit numbers as number names. This scaffolded EL lesson can be used alone or as a pre-lesson for All About Three-Digit Numbers.
2nd grade
Math
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Money Values
Money Values
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Money Values
Use this scaffolded EL lesson to teach students about money and the bills we use to pay for things. Use alongside Base Ten Money: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones or alone as an independent lesson.
2nd grade
Math
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Exploring Number Forms
Exploring Number Forms
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Exploring Number Forms
Help students discover how to show numbers in different ways while providing ample opportunities for students to contribute to conversations. Use as a pre-lesson to Let's Jump to Add Two-Digit Numbers or as a stand-alone lesson.
2nd grade
Math
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