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# 2.NBT.B Worksheets

#### CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.B

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"Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract."

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

## Worksheets

Estimating Sums
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Estimating Sums
Can your little math whiz add up sums quickly in his head? Teach him to estimate before adding, a great skill to put to use in everyday life!
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Estimate Sums
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Estimate Sums
How quickly can your math master round and add up these sums? Help him build a valuable math skill with this estimation worksheet.
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Practice place value, rounding and addition, all in one worksheet! Your child will learn to add up estimated sums quickly in his head.
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Estimate the Sum
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Estimate the Sum
Estimate the sum in each of these math problems. Challenge your child to round to the nearest hundred first, then add the two rounded numbers.
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Hundreds Chart Puzzle
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Hundreds Chart Puzzle
Get to know your numbers with a number chart jigsaw puzzle! Your child can cut up this chart. and use his knowledge of number patterns to put it back together.
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Kids check their subtraction by reversing the problems, then adding up the numbers.
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Two-Digit Subtraction with Borrowing
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Two-Digit Subtraction with Borrowing
This worksheet will give your second grader the practice he needs to master two-digit subtraction with borrowing.
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Double Digit Subtraction: Giraffe Jam!
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Double Digit Subtraction: Giraffe Jam!
Give your second grader valuable at-home math practice with this worksheet that offers practice in double digit subtraction with borrowing and word problems.
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Bubble Subtraction
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Bubble Subtraction
On this worksheet, kids solve each two-digit subtraction problem, then color in the bubble next to the correct answer.
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