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1 1. Count the. 2. Which is greater? How many? Find five. 4.What time is it? 4 5 o clock 4 o clock 12 o clock red balls 5 yellow balls How many in all? 2 1. Count: 5, 4,,,, 2. Tell one more.,. Pat has 4 cats. 4. Show :00 Jill has 2 cats. How many are there in all? Which means add? - + =

2 1. Write the number. 2. elephants 1 lion How many in all? + =. Count by 10 s = 5 5. Color 1/. 10,,,, 1. Find twelve ten ones. Write a number sentence Write the number. to show how many in all cats = 4 go away How many are left?

3 1. Count by 5 s. 2.. How many animals? 5,,, + 2 two three ten Circle the greater How many are there? Glue Glue Glue Glue Glue Glue Glue Glue Glue 2. Add: + =. Count on:, 9,,, 4. Write the number: seven 5. Juan has some pencils. He gives 4 to Lee and still has 7 left. How many did he have to start with?

4 7 1. You have: Can you buy gum for? Write a sentence to show Yes No how many in all = 4. Count by 5. 40, 45,, Mark is 9 years old. Katie is years old. How much younger is Katie? = 2. Write: six ten five. 11 ran away. How many are left? 4. more than less than 20.

5 Name 1. Write the time = Color nine. 4. Write 1 ten, 5 ones. 5. On the back, start at 1 and count to How many? Had. 4. What time? Spent o clock How much is left? 7 o clock o clock Which is less? 21 12

6 = 2. 25,, 27, 2-5 = What is missing? - =. What time is it? bugs + 4 bugs = bugs = Color 1 2. Write the number. 2 three. Write the number. 4. How much money? One Dime 5. Cindy loved M & M s. In the morning she ate 10. At noon she ate 10. At night she ate 20. How many did she eat in all?

7 Mark the coins. Dime Nicke l Nicke l Penn y Penn y Penn y 2. 4 tens ones is what?. Saw rabbits. Saw mice. How many in all? jets flew away + 2 How many left? 14 Name 1. Name this month. 2. Color one triangle Wendy had 12 sweaters. Four were red. How many were not red?

8 15 1. What is 2 more than 7? Use the number line. How many? 4. How much money? 2 dimes pennies Count: , 40, 0,, 4. Which is more? 2 or is tens ones

9 17 Name 1. Count by Write a name for , 2, 29,. Count. 4. How much is tens? 4 Nicke Penn 5. You have l y You spend. How much is left? Penn y 1 1. What number is 4 more than 2? Count by 2.,,,, 4 4. How much money? Nicke l Nicke l =

10 19 1. Circle facts that name dimes pennies = Add across and down What is 10 more than 5? How many? What is before? What is after? 29. What is more than? = tens 5. Ann has 10. She ate 2. How many are left?

11 21 1. Fill in by adding = 9 - = 9-5 = 9 - = Match: 4. 9 bluebirds 5. 9 ants blackbirds ran away How many fewer How many are left? blackbirds? 22 Write + or - in the =. Subtract = Write the time

12 2 1. Subtract: 2. Which is greater?. How much money? dime - 1 nickel 2 pennies 4. How many? 5. Bonnie needed 12 cookies for the party. She only had. How many more did she need? Which is less? 2. What time is it? = I have 7 Penn. I get Penn Penn y. How much in all? y y 5. I have 4 tens. I have a 5 in my one s place. I am.

13 25 1. Find a clock with the same time Count on. : Add : I am between 10 and 20. I have a in my one s place. Who am I? 5. Bonnie is first. Who is second? Bonnie, Cindy, John, Larry = 2. Count., 70, 72,. 9 + = 4. I am the biggest 2-digit number

14 27 1. Find the sum worms. + or fish 4 + = How many more - 4 = 2 2 fish than worms? - = Color the fourth. 1st 5. Toy jet 40. Toy boat 20. How much in all? 2 1. What is the third letter of the alphabet? = Add Sara found shells. She gave 2 to Andy. How many shells does she have left?

15 ones 2. I have. What time is it? tens I get more. How many in all? How many? How much for 2 rockets? Show 5: Write the number for tens 9 ones. 5. Count by 2. 74, 7,,,,

16 1 1. Write a number between 4 and. 2. Subtract.. How many days in a week? Circle 1/2. 5. Circle facts for Write facts that add up to You have 1 dime and penn. How much do you have? y 5. Show 10:

17 1. Write the fact Write the number Write the fraction is tens ones Fill in the empty spaces. Add Tina is years old. Tom is 5 years old. How much older is Tina? What number is less? 4. Circle a number for big pumpkins. little pumpkins. How many more big pumpkins than small pumpkins?

18 white cats + 4 black cats. How many in all?. Count by 5 s He read 10 books. She read 9 books. How many more did he read? How much more does the helicopter cost? I m fifth in line. How many come before me?. How many? 4. Draw a picture on the back to show Circle the mistake

19 7 1. How much more for the ice cream cone? 4 2. Subtract 2 from 5.. First 4. Count on. 25, 2,,,, Color the third. 5. What day comes after Saturday? 1. Color 1/4. 2. I am 10 more than.. Add 2. I am tens place 5. Fill in the blank. ones place 5, 7, 9,

20 9 1. How many? 2. jets. 7 nuts on Monday 4. Count by 10 s. 4 trucks 5 nuts on Tuesday 20,,, How many in all? How many more on Monday? = 0-0 = What comes next? 2. Write tens 7 ones.. On the back, count by 10 s from 10 to = 5. How many? 12 - =

21 41 1. Which fact goes with the picture = = = On the back, count by 10 s from 50 to Saw 7 lions. Saw 5 tigers How many in all? 4. Tell one less Ring the doubles Show : What is the seventh letter of the alphabet? Circle the number of tens in each. 4. Which are names for 10? Skip count. 2, 4,,,

22 4 1. Finish the facts for When you count by 5 s, what. 2 dimes, 2 pennies number comes after 40? 4. On the back, write all addition facts for. 5. What day comes after Monday? What number comes before: 2. January is the first month of the year. What is the second month?. Which hand on the clock tells the hour? 4. Found 4 apples. Found 7 more. How many in all? 5. Write 5 addition facts for 10.

23 45 1. Draw a small square inside a circle Ken had 9 new shirts. Five were blue and the rest were green. How many were green? 5. Count from 40 to 0 by 1 s. Use the back Picked 7 oranges. 2. Count.. What comes between 5 Ate. How many 20, 19,,,, and 7? left?, 4. How many hands are on boys? 5. How many fingers are on girls?

24 47 1. How much is this? 2. What day of the week is 2 dimes tomorrow? 2 nickels 2 pennies. Which name Give 2 subtraction facts for 7 + = = 4 1. dimes = 2. Count by 5 s. What number comes before 0? Write + or -. 4 = = 1 5. What month comes before April?

25 49 1. pennies = 2 dimes 2. Which name 4?. Had = Spent. How much left? 5. In what month is Halloween? is dimes pennies 2. Which is greater? Circle the doubles facts

26 51 1. What comes next? Use three numbers. 1,,, 10, + 52 Make number names for What number is ten more than 7? 5. Amanda had 0 marbles. Her brother had twice as many. How many marbles did her brother have? How much money? Draw a triangle inside a 1 quarter - 7 square. 2 dimes nickels 4. What number is 0 less than 54? 5. I m thinking of a number. The ten s digit plus the one s digit equals 7. The number is in the fifties. What is it?

27 , 25,,, boys in class 7 girls in class How many more boys. Which is more? than girls? 17 or 1 4. What fraction is shaded? 5. Bill has red pencils, 4 green pencils, and 1 brown pencil. How many does he have altogether? Make the clock show :0. 2. Write the number that shows tens and 5 ones Write the number that is more 4. Jason has 9 red balloons than 1. and blue balloons. How many does he have altogether? 5. How much money? 2 dimes 2 nickels 2 pennies

28 What time is it? 2. How much money is this? quarters nickel pennies The children were having fruit break. They had 2 oranges, apples, and 5 bananas. How much fruit did they have altogether? 5. Which number has 4 tens and 7 ones? Count. 25, 5,,, nickels = 4. Kate had 12 marbles. Ann gave her more. How many does Kate have in all? 5. Circle the greater number

29 57 1. Write the number for 2. Show 9:40. 7 ones tens Count quarters , 50,, = 5 1. How much is 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel and 1 penny? 2. Make an addition problem that will equal 15. One of your numbers is 7.. Write a problem that has a difference of. 4. If the time was :20, what number on the clock would the minute hand be pointing to?

30 59 1. How much money? quarters dime 4 pennies. What is the sum of and 5? 4. Write four number facts using, 7, and Jane had 12 apples. 4 apples were red, the rest were green. How many were green? 0 1. Sam has 50. He bought a toy car for 10. How much money does Sam have left? = Bob has 27 marbles. He bought 10 more. How many marbles does Bob have? 5. Write the number. 7 ones tens

31 1 1. Mary has dimes and nickels. How much money does Mary have? 2. What number is 5 more than 45? Jeff has 1 jelly beans. He ate 10 of them. How many does he have left? 5. Write the number sentence. Tom has blue buttons. Bill has 4 red buttons. How many buttons do they have together? 2 1. Joe had 25. He lost a nickel. 2. It is :00. What time will How much does he have now? it be in 20 minutes?. Circle the wrong answer. 4. What is 10 more than: What is 5 less than:

32 1. Ann had tennis balls, 4 jump ropes and golf balls. How many balls did she have? 2. It is 1:0. What time will it be in hours?. Circle the wrong answer. 4. Put in a number to make the number sentence true = = 1 - = 5. Draw a picture of + 4 using balloons on the back. 1. Jane had 11 books. 2. Write the number that is Betty had 7 books. 9 tens and 4 ones. How many fewer books did Betty have? 4. Shade the area to show 1/5. 4. Bill had 5. He lost Write the digital time How much did he have left? shown on the clock

33 5 1. Which shows ones and tens? 2. Jane found 9 shells.. Write the time. Tom found 4 shells. How many fewer shells did Tom find? 4. Use coins. Show Shade 1/ of the marbles. 1. The in 7 means: 2. Circle the larger number Write the time that is 0 minutes after 9: Joe had 17. He earned 10 from Mr. Johnson and 10 from Mrs. Meyer. How much did Joe then have? 5. Mike found 7 fewer shells than Judy. If Judy found 11 shells, how many did Mike find?

34 dimes =. 2. How much would nickels be? Marcie had some stamps. Her mother gave her more. Now she has 11. How many did she start with? How much money? 4. What time is it? nickels 1 quarter dimes 9 5. Bill had books. Marty had 14. How many more books did Marty have? 7 5 4

35 9 1. Count by 5 s. 2. What is 2 less than 22? 10,,,. Joe spent 10. Circle the toys he bought Name the doubles fact for How many tens are in 92? How many ones are in 92?. You have 5 dimes, 2 nickels and pennies. How much do you have altogether? 4. What fraction does this show? 5. It is now 5:00. What time will it be 2 hours later?

36 71 1. How many tens in 7? Write 4 addition facts that equal What doubles fact could you use to solve 7 +? 5. You have dimes, 1 nickel, 2 pennies. How much money do you have? tens less than 7 tens is tens. 2. Write the number that is 5 ones and 7 tens.. Draw coins that show Rename tens and 7 ones. 5. School starts at 9:00. It is 7:00. How long before school starts? hours

37 7 1. Circle the triangle We made 14 cookies. Eight were eaten. How many were left? 5. What is more than 0? What number comes before: Circle the even numbers How many minutes in 1/2 hour? = =

38 75 1. Add: = What comes before: Had 2 dimes. Spent 5. I have now Circle the even numbers Mary has pennies. Joe has 10 pennies. Joe has more pennies than Mary.. Which are names for eleven? Circle the second triangle. 5. Mary has white rabbits. She has 2 black dogs. She has brown rabbits. How many rabbits does Mary have?

39 77 1. Will has 2 dimes. Ann has 17. Who has more money? 2. Which is greater? Circle. 7 tens 4 ones or 4 tens 7 ones. What is 5 more than 72? = There were 17 frogs in the pond. Then 1 more frogs jumped in. How many frogs were in the pond? 2. Bill had 47 cents. He gave Don 1 quarter. How much did Bill have left? What time will it be in - 27 one more hour? quarter, 2 dimes, 4 pennies. How much money? 7 5 4

40 79 1. Circle the smaller number = 5 5. Billy needed 10 to buy a toy car. He only has 7. How much more money will he need? 4. Fill in the blank. 2,, 40, 5. Show 7: Write tens, ones. 2. What is the first day of the week?. 9 dimes = is dimes and pennies 5. Color 1/2.

41 1 1. How many hours in one day? 2. What s another name for eighty-five? Circle one. Seven tens four ones Eight tens five ones Five tens eight ones. Ten inches of snow fell in Jesup. Seven inches of snow fell in Waterloo. How many more inches of snow fell in Jesup than Waterloo? 4. Measure this line to the nearest inch. 5. If January is the first month of the year, what s the seventh month? Circle one: March July November 2 1. How much money do I have if I have two dimes, 1 nickel and five pennies? 2. Write one of these signs in the space., or = What number is in the tens place? Circle it. 2

42 1. Which number is fifty-seven? Which number is in the tens place in?. Circle the numbers that have a in the ones column Add these doubles Add these doubles plus Fill in the missing numbers. 0, 5, 40, 45, 50,, 2. What number is 10 less than 1?. Fill in the missing numbers. 4,,,, 42, 4. Put these numbers in the correct position. and Mark gave Angie 7 pencils and still has left. How many did he start with?

43 5 1. Jerry went to the store. He had 55. He purchased a package of gum for 40. How much is left? 2. What is the missing number? 25, 50,, tens ones. Write the number. 4. Write the number. eighty-three 5. How much larger is 4 than 2? 1. Write the even numbers from 2 to Ring the greater number in each pair.. Shade 1/ Add: Two teams are playing kickball. There are children on each team. How many children are playing kickball?

44 Write another name for tens and 7 ones. +. girls and 7 boys went out to play. The teacher called 4 children to come inside. How many children were left playing? 4. How much money? quarters nickels 2 dimes 2 pennies 1. What numbers come next? 0, 2, 4,, Tom had 10 stamps. He used 4 and then he bought 5 more. How many does he have now? 5. Write the fraction which shows how much is shaded.

45 , 5, 0,,, 2. Nicholas had 1 hats. Nine were blue. How many were not blue?. What number is more than 79? 4. 4 dimes 5 nickels = 5. Jack wanted 42 cars for a complete set. He had 1 and his dad gave him 17. How many more does Jack need? Count the money How many pencils in 2 dozen?. Circle the right answer Fill in the pattern , 2,,, 1, 5. How many more stamps Stamps Collected did Laurie collect than Kim 17 Kim? Jeff 20 Laurie 54

46 Tell the time. 2. Write the number tens 1 ones There were 4 students in second grade and 47 in third grade. How many in both classes? 4. Write the number. 14 tens 5. Jan had nickels and 1 quarter. How much money? How many tens in? 2. Count by 10 s. 5, 15, 25,,. Sean had 41. He gave his brother a quarter. How much does Sean have now? = 5. Bob had 12 cars. Sam had cars. How many more cars did Bob have?

47 9 1. Write the number. 4 hundreds 5 ones 2 tens 2. Count by 5 s.. What time is it? 5,,, Jan had 12 pencils. Harry had 1 pencils. How many more pencils did Harry have? 2. What is 1/2 of 10?. Write the number of tens and 4 ones. 4. What is less? 5 or 2 5. bicycles. How many wheels?

48 95 1. Write the number that is 47 greater than Fill in or You have 15. You spend. How much do you have left? 5. What time is it? What is 10 less than 45? 2. Start at 25. Count back by fives.. dimes and 2 pennies is. 4. Which is more? It is 10 o clock. Two hours from now will be.

49 Write the number. 4 hundreds ones tens 4. 5 nickels + 1 dime = dogs. Three ran away. How many are left? 9 1. What is the fraction? 2. What time is it? How many legs on 2 spiders? After Jason bought a 27 car, he still had left. How much money did he start with?

50 99 1. How much money? 2. 15, 1, 21, quarters dimes. 1 + = tens = ones bears. Three more came. How many altogether? What number is 0 more than 45? Draw a triangle. 5. Billy left school at :0. It took him 0 minutes to walk home. At what time did he get home?

51 Answers Second Grade Page o clock 5. balls Page 2 1., 2, 1, cats 4. Check the page 5. + Page = 4. 20, 0, 40, Check the page Page = 7 4. cats Page , 15, three Page , 11, pencils Page 7 1. yes 2. + = 9 or + = years Page 1. 2., 10, Page : any Check the page Page o clock Page 11 1.,, : Page Check the page M & M s Page , 5, 1, 1, rabbits & mice 4. jets Page Check the page 2. Check the page sweaters Page Page , tens, 9 ones Page Page , 42, Page , 5 + 5, + 2, ,, 4 1, 2, 2, 5, Page Page , 10, 11, 9, 4, ,, 4,. 11 = = = blackbirds 5. ants Page , 4, , 10, 5. 1:0 Page cookies Page min. after 9 or 9: Page First clock 2. 49, 50, 51, 52, 5, 54. 4,, 10, Cindy Page

52 Answers Second Grade Page fish Color second from last rabbit 5. 0 Page 2 1. c ,, , 4,, 5. 4 shells Page = 2. 0.,, 9, / 5. 5 tens, ones Page , 9, 1,, 11, 7 2. years pumpkins Page jets & trucks. 2 nuts 4. 0, 40, 50 5., 0 Page , 20, 0, 40, , 5. 1 Page Check the page Check the page Page , 17, 1, 15, Page ones, tens : Page Check the page , 0, 2, 4 Page ,, 5,, Circle , 4 + 5, 7 + 2, 9 + 0, + 1, Page Any , + 1, 5 + 2, 4 +, 0 + 7, 1 +, 2 + 5, Check the page Page tens 4 ones = book 5. 10, 12, 14, 1, 1 Page Check the page = 9 Page Color # 4. 27, 2, 29, 0 5. Sunday Page 1. Color 1 part ,, tens, 4 ones Page = , 0, 70, 0, 90, , + Page Check the page 2. g or G , 5 + 5, ,, 10 Page 4 1., 7,, 5, , 2 +, + 5, Tuesday Page , 57, February. Hour or short hand Any , 2 +, + 7, 4 +, 5 + 5, + 4, + 2, 9 + 1, 7 + Page varies , 4 +, , = 7, 10 7 = Page March Page , 12, 11 7, October Page dimes, 4 pennies , +, 9 + 9, 7 + 7, 5 + 5

53 Answers Second Grade Page , , , others too Page cents Check the page Page , 5, more boys _ 5. pencils Page Check the page balloons 5. 2 Page : , 0, 0, Page , 55, Page Check the page , Page = 15. Answers would vary , 9, 47 Page , 2, = = 1 1 = = 5. Page ,, Page , 22, = 7 Page : = , 0, 44, , 45, 70, 5 Page balls 2. 4:0. 14 = ,, 7 5. Check the page Page books Check the page :55 Page shells. : dimes, 1 nickel 5. Check the page Page 1. 0 or tens : shells Page , 77, , 1, stamps Page 1. 7, , :00 5. books Page , 15, 20, car and top Page , / 5. 7:00 Page Any combination or Page tens Any combination that equals tens, 17 ones 5. 2 hours Page 7 1. Check the page Page , 1, ,, minutes Page , 2, Page , + 5, 9 + 2, , Check the page 5. 9 rabbits

54 Answers Second Grade Page Will 2. 7 tens, 4 ones Page , , 40, > Page : students Page /5 2. 9: Page frogs cents : Page Page , 45, cars Page $1.05 or bears Page Check the page Page 1. 2, 4,, etc , 1. Check the page 4. 9, 42, 55, children Page , 45, : Page ,. 59, 0 4. Check the page 5. 4:00 Page Sunday dimes, 4 pennies 5. Check the page Page hours 2. tens, 5 ones. more inches 4. inches 5. July Page > Page ,, 4 4., 12, 1, , 10, 12, 10, 14 Page or 5 tens 17 ones. 9 children Page 1., / Page , 20, hats Page = , 20, stamps Page pencils Page > :0 Page , 20, 15, 10, :00 Page dogs

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