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Grade 2 MathematicsStudent At-Home Activity PacketThis At-Home Activity Packet includes 22 sets of practice problems that align toimportant math concepts your student has worked with so far this year.We recommend that your student completes one page of practice problems each day.Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content—the mostimportant thing is that they continue developing their mathematical fluency and skills.See the Grade 2 Mathconcepts covered inthis packet! 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.

Grade 2 Math concepts covered in this packetConceptUnderstanding Additionand Subtraction StrategiesUnderstanding Additionand Subtraction WordProblemsUnderstanding Additionand Subtraction of MultiDigit NumbersUnderstanding Place ValueConcepts and RegroupingUnderstanding Length 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.PracticeFluency and Skills Practice1Adding by Counting On and Making a Ten. 32Using Doubles and Doubles Plus 1. 43Counting On and Making a Ten to Subtract. 54Solving Take-Apart Word Problems. 65Solving Comparison Word Problems. 86Ways to Solve Two-Step Problems. 97Ways to Model Word Problems. 108Different Ways to Show Addition. 119Subtracting by Adding Up. 1210Subtracting by Regrouping. 1411Strategies to Find a Missing Addend. 1512Finding the Value of Three-Digit Numbers. 1713Writing Three-Digit Numbers. 1814Ways to Compare Three-Digit Numbers. 2015Adding and Regrouping Ones. 2116Adding and Regrouping Tens. 2217Regrouping Tens to Ones. 2318Regrouping Hundreds to Tens. 2419Adding Four Two-Digit Numbers. 2520Measuring in Inches and Centimeters. 2621Measuring in Inches and Feet. 2822Measuring in Centimeters and Meters. 30

Fluency and Skills PracticeAdding by Counting On and Making a 7Which strategy did you use to solve problem 11? Explain. Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.3

Fluency and Skills PracticeUsing Doubles and Doubles Plus 9515510615511818512718513Which strategy did you use to solve problem 12? Explain why. Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.4

Fluency and Skills PracticeCounting On and Making a Ten to SubtractName:Complete each set of equations.112 2 3 53135 1212 245 115 10616 295 1513 25 1013 2 6 55 1016 2 9 55 1415 2 7 57112 2 4 5714 2 5 55111 2 3 53152815 25 1015 2 9 5In problem 6, how did you use your first answer to find yoursecond answer? Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.5

Fluency and Skills PracticeSolving Take-Apart Word ProblemsName:Solve problems 1–6.1Hailey buys 9 potatoes. 4 potatoes are white. The rest are red. How manyred potatoes are there? Show your work.Solution2Levi has 17 pet fish. 7 of the fish are goldfish. The rest are mollies. Howmany fish are mollies? Show your work.Solution3fish are mollies.Ada wants to read 12 books over the summer. 5 books are stories aboutcats. The rest are stories about horses. How many books are stories abouthorses? Show your work.Solution4potatoes are red.books are stories about horses.There are 16 chairs at a table. 7 students sit down. The rest of the chairsare empty. How many chairs are empty? Show your work.Solutionchairs are empty. Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.6

Fluency and Skills PracticeSolving Take-Apart Word Problems continued5Luis sees 14 dogs at the dog park. 6 of the dogs are small dogs. The rest ofthe dogs are big dogs. How many dogs are big? Show your work.Solution6dogs are big.Sadie has 20 crayons. She finds 8 crayons in her desk. The rest of thecrayons are in her crayon box. How many crayons are in Sadie’s crayonbox? Show your work.Solution7Name:crayons are in the crayon box.Which strategy did you use to solve problem 6? Explain why. Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.7

Fluency and Skills PracticeSolving Comparison Word ProblemsName:Solve problems 1–6. Show your work.1There are 4 fewer cats than dogs.There are 2 cats. How many dogsare there?2dogs35Trevor seesAnna has 7 baskets and someflowers. She has 5 fewer basketsthan flowers. How many flowersdoes Anna have?Anna hasTrevor sees 8 red birds. He sees5 more red birds than blue birds.How many blue birds doesTrevor see?4There are 14 coats and some hats.There are 6 more coats than hats.How many hats are there?flowers.There are 9 apples. There are6 fewer apples than oranges.How many oranges are there?orangesblue birds.hats6Brynne has 13 books. She has8 more books than games. Howmany games does Brynne have?Brynne has Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.games.8

Fluency and Skills PracticeWays to Solve Two-Step ProblemsName:Solve problems 1–6. Show your work.1Jack has 9 flowers to plant. Heplants 2 flowers before lunch.Then he plants 3 more afterlunch. How many flowers doesJack have left to plant?Jack hasto plant.35flowers leftBella paints 6 pictures on Mondayand 8 pictures on Wednesday.Then she paints 3 more pictureson Friday. How many picturesdoes Bella paint this week?Bella paintsthis week. Curriculum Associates, LLCcrayons.There are 8 girls at the park. First,5 girls go home. Then 6 more girlscome to the park. How many girlsare at the park now?There arethe park.4picturesLucas has 5 crayons. His sistergives him 6 more. Then he gives4 to a friend. How many crayonsdoes Lucas have now?Lucas has2Ali puts 12 books in a box. Shetakes 4 books out of the box.Then she puts 6 books in the box.How many books are in thebox now?There arethe box.6girls atbooks inMiss Brady puts 15 pencils in herdesk. Then she takes out 9 pencils.After school she puts 5 pencilsback in her desk. How many pencilsare in Miss Brady’s desk now?There arethe desk.Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.pencils in9

Fluency and Skills PracticeWays to Model Word ProblemsName:Solve problems 1–6. Show your work.1Tony has 37 building blocks. Thenhe buys more blocks. Now he has51 blocks. How many blocks doesTony buy?Tony buys35blocks.Jen has some buttons. She gets23 more buttons from her mom.Now she has 65 buttons.How many buttons didJen have to begin with?Jen hadbegin with.pagesThere are some chairs in theart room. Mrs. Lopez brings in16 more chairs. Now there are42 chairs. How many chairs werein the room at the start?There werechairs inthe room at the start.4buttons toAyanna reads 26 pages of herbook at school. Later she readsmore pages at home. Now shehas read 54 pages. How manypages does Ayanna read at home?Ayanna readsat home.2Colby packs 31 boxes in one day.He packs 12 boxes in the morningand some boxes after lunch.How many boxes does Colbypack after lunch?Colby packsafter lunch.6boxesThe camp has some tents.Campers set up 42 more tents.Now the camp has 60 tents.How many tents did the camphave to begin with?The camp hadbegin with. Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.tents to10

Fluency and Skills PracticeDifferent Ways to Show AdditionName:Find the sums and missing addends.130 1 7 1 50 1 3 5390237 1 53 520 1 8 1 40 1 2 5428 1 42 5560 1 6 1 10 1 4 5666 1 14 5740 1 5 1 40 1 5 5845 1930 1 9 1 20 1 1 5101120 1 4 1 60 1 6 5121340 1 3 1 30 1 7 51415How does the information in problem 9 help you solve problem 10? Curriculum Associates, LLC5 901 21 5 6024 1Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.5 901 37 5 8011

Fluency and Skills PracticeSubtracting by Adding UpName:Subtract.150 2 29 5 ?29 1 20 5 4949 1 15 50220 1 15 2150 2 29 5 2171 2 45 5 ?15151511571 2 45 5380 2 41 5 ?463 2 28 5 ?1515151515151180 2 41 5563 2 28 5543 2 28 5 ?61515151195 2 65 5 ?1595 2 65 5543 2 28 5 Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.12

Fluency and Skills PracticeSubtracting by Adding Up continued765 2 39 5 ?Name:81515151515151111565 2 39 59547 2 15 575 2 28 5 ?1054 2 12 5 ?151515151515111175 2 28 51347 2 15 ?5554 2 12 5How did you decide what to add first? Then how did you get the answer? Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.13

Fluency and Skills PracticeSubtracting by RegroupingName:Circle all the problems where you can regroup a ten tohelp subtract. Then solve the circled problems.1322 162482 153572 254632 39165762 266822 377382 288532 449422 2510962 4011922 5612652 2313862 1914592 3315772 4816622 2717How did you know which problems to circle?18Check one of your answers by solving it using a different strategy.Show your work. Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.14

Fluency and Skills PracticeStrategies to Find a Missing AddendName:Solve.1357935 1105 4535 12035 12524 15 345 5524 15 645 6024 15 6851 15 61242 15 5242 15 8251 15 7142 15 8751 15 7626 15 3658 15 6026 15 6658 15 7026 15 6958 15 7139 15 4027 15 3039 15 7027 15 6039 15 7527 15 6544 15 5469 15 7044 15 6469 15 9044 15 6769 15 93 Curriculum Associates, LLC46810Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.15

Fluency and Skills PracticeStrategies to Find aMissing Addend continued11131533 15 4333 1Name:48 15 505 7348 15 8033 15 7648 15 8526 15 7057 15 8332 15 6134 15 6749 15 9528 15 5362 15 8519 15 7541 15 9643 15 8753 15 7768 15 9912141617Explain how the strategy to solve problem 5 is different from the strategyused to solve problem 6.18Explain the strategy you used to solve the first part of problem 14. Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.16

Fluency and Skills PracticeFinding the Value of Three-Digit NumbersName:The answers are mixed up at the bottom of the page. Cross out theanswers as you complete the problems.1300 1 50 1 1 522 hundreds 1 6 tens 1 7 ones 53400 1 20 1 6 54400 1 60 1 2 55600 1 40 1 2 565 hundreds 1 1 ten 1 3 ones 573 hundreds 1 7 tens 1 5 ones 58500 1 20 1 6 59200 1 8 5102 hundreds 1 8 tens 1 0 ones 511600 1 70 1 1 5126 hundreds 1 0 tens 1 7 ones 513400 1 70 1 6 5142 hundreds 1 3 tens 1 3 ones 5153 hundreds 1 2 tens 1 3 ones 5163 hundreds 1 3 tens 1 2 ones 5280351 Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.17

Fluency and Skills PracticeWriting Three-Digit NumbersName:Write the number using only digits.1one hundred sixty-four2six hundred fifty-two3three hundred twelve4two hundred sixty-one5two hundred five6five hundred nineteenWrite the number using only digits.7100 1 10 1 68500 1 49300 1 40 1 510300 1 50 1 411400 1 6012500 1 40 Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.18

Fluency and Skills PracticeWriting Three-Digit Numbers continuedName:Write the number as a sum of hundreds, tens, and ones.Then write the number using words.13522111443511152181116310117Explain how problem 8 is the same and different from problem 12. Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.19

Fluency and Skills PracticeWays to Compare Three-Digit NumbersName:Compare the numbers in each problem two different ways.1Compare 250 and 200.Compare 346 and 325.Compare 637 and 682.Compare 531 and 513.13andCompare 714 and 741.and,.12andCompare 362 and 326.,.10Compare 468 and 486.,.,.8andCompare 833 and 824.and,.11,.6andCompare 235 and 261.and,.94Compare 424 and 453.,.7,.and,.5Compare 170 and 180.and,.32andCompare 967 and 959.and,.andWhat strategies did you use to compare the numbers? Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.20

Fluency and Skills PracticeAdding and Regrouping OnesName:The answers are mixed up at the bottom of the page.Cross out the answers as you complete the problems.16351 32124391 15433361 12348251 16655121 33662461 34877721 10983471 31494831 208102251 224115481 406124751 515132731 211147281 253156271 459981 Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.21

Fluency and Skills PracticeAdding and Regrouping TensName:Look at the hundreds digits in each problem. Circle those that will havea sum greater than 500. Then find the exact sums of only the problemsyou circled.14351 28371822051 11335861 13043781 34351861 17564761 23471521 16982141 22593621 556104811 262111451 239123471 133132861 644142671 1741538

Grade 2 Mathematics Student At-Home Activity Packet This At-Home Activity Packet includes 22 sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts your student has worked with so far this year. We recommend that your student completes one page of practice problems each day. Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content—the most important thing is that they .

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