# Number Sense & Place Value | Numbers 120 to 999

## Count, Write & Compare Numbers, Place Value, Expanded Form, 10 More 10 Less, 100 More 100 Less

### Daily Number Sense Practice Workbook | Special Education Math Intervention | Second Grade Math Level

This **Place Value and Number Sense (120-999)** workbook includes an example **IEP goal** and carefully sequenced** practice pages** and review **for the entire year**. Better than worksheets, this evidence-based math intervention is tied to second and third grade standards and is great for special education math goals and tier 2 small group math interventions (RTI).

**Perfect for a quick warm-up routine** at the beginning of each math lesson. Help your students master three-digit numbers with daily practice in a clear and predictable format using base ten blocks and number lines. **These pages focus on numbers 120 to 999**.

If your students are not yet ready for second grade skills, (and you'd like to start with numbers 0-120) you may be interested in Place Value and Number Sense to 120.

After this workbook, students will be ready for Hundreds: Expanded Form, Comparing, & Rounding

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## This PDF Download Includes:

__Daily Practice Sheets__

This workbook includes 140 pages of sequential daily practice. Skills are introduced in order from least complex (level A) to most complex (level C).

Level A (40 pages)

- Count within a decade. For example: 350 to 359
- Skip count by hundreds. For example: 100, 200, 300 . . .
- In number sense tasks, use only numbers that do not have a zero in the tens place.
- Round to the nearest ten given the numbers on a number line.

Level B (50 pages)

- Count across decades. For example: 325 to 335
- Skip count by tens. For example: 200, 210, 220, 230, . . .
- In number sense tasks, use numbers with a zero in both the tens and ones place. For example: 300
- Round to the nearest ten given the numbers on a number line.

Level C (50 pages)

- Count across hundreds. For example: 295 to 305
- Skip count by tens transitioning across hundreds. For example: 380, 390, 400, 410, . . .
- In number sense tasks, use numbers with a zero in the tens place. For example: 503
- Round to the nearest ten or hundred with numbers missing from the number line.

## Students Will Be Able To:

- Count by 1’s beginning at a given number within 0 to 999
- Count the number of base ten blocks and write the numeral
- Read three-digit numbers in numeral and word form
- Compare the value of three-digit numbers using < and >
- Circle the base ten blocks needed to represent a three-digit number
- Write a three-digit number in expanded form
- Write three-digit numbers in sequence, counting by tens and hundreds
- Add and subtract 10 or 100 to a three-digit number (either mentally or by using the workspace provided)
- Round a three-digit number to the nearest ten or hundred using the number line.

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**❤️ **“This has been **SO helpful in helping my struggling upper elementary students with basic number sense and place value concepts**. They get the regular practice they need, and once they've been taught the different routines, they feel **confident** in their work!" -Kimberly D.

**❤️ **“All of these are **great for my self-contained classroom**. They need things broken down and lots of repetition! We do them together during our unit and then I **use pages in their independent work** to spiral and keep them practicing their skills!" -Erin F.

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**❤️ **“So great to have **so much practice** in one resource!" -Jaina H.

**❤️ **“This packet is **very helpful** for teaching and reviewing number sense concepts! I like how **each lesson builds on the previous lesson**." -Jennifer K.

**❤️ **“I am using several of these units with a couple of students who experienced prenatal alcohol and drug exposure and am using some on an as-needed basis with other students as well. I have seen the main students I purchased this for go **from being completely overwhelmed and shut down in math to being excited to show me their progress each day**. I cannot recommend these highly enough!" -Melissa H.

### Tied to These Second Grade Math Standards:

- Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones (CCSS 2.NBT.A.1)

- Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s. (CCSS 2.NBT.A.2)

- Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. (CCSS 2.NBT.A.3)
- Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons. (CCSS 2.NBT.A.4)
- Mentally add 10 or 100 to a given number 100–900, and mentally subtract 10 or 100 from a given number 100–900. (CCSS 2.NBT.B.8)
- Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. (CCSS 3.NBT.A.1)

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