Adding whole hundreds (two addends, missing addend) This exercise is on on adding whole hundreds with missing addend. The equations have two addends and sums do not exceed 2,000. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 3 whole hundreds

Adding whole hundreds (3 addends) This exercise is on adding 3 numbers all of which are whole hundreds. Solutions will require regrouping hundreds into thousands. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2 whole hundreds (missing addends)

This exercise is on adding whole hundreds with missing addend. The equations have two addends and sums do not exceed 2,000. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2 whole hundreds

This exercise is on adding whole hundreds. Regrouping of hundreds into thousands will be required for most questions. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Add whole tens to a 3-digit number (missing addend)

This exercise is on adding a 3-digit number with whole tens with missing addend. ……………..

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## Grade 2 – Adding whole tens to a 3-digit number

This exercise is on on adding whole tens (10-90) to a 3-digit number (100 – 999). ……………..

## Grade 2 – Add whole tens and two 1-digit numbers

This exercise is on adding two whole tens and two 1-digit numbers. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 1 and 2-digit numbers (missing addend)

This exercise is on adding a 2-digit and three 1-digit numbers with missing addend. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding a 2-digit and three 1-digit numbers

This exercise is on adding a 2-digit and three 1-digit numbers. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number with regrouping

This exercise is on on adding a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number. The problems will require regrouping the ones into tens. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding by completing whole tens

Rewrite addition sentences with whole tens In this exercise , the students are asked to break one of the addends into two numbers, one of them chosen to make a whole ten with the other addend. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Complete the next ten

Find the number to complete the next ten This exercise is on completing the next ten; sums are between 10 and 100. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 4 whole tens – missing addend

Adding 4 whole tens – missing number This exercise is on adding together 4 numbers which are all whole tens; students are asked to find the missing addend. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 4 whole tens

Adding whole tens (four addends) This exercise is on adding four numbers which are whole tens (10-90) ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 3 whole tens – missing Addend

Adding whole tens with 3 addends, one of them missing This exercise is on adding together 3 numbers that are all whole tens; one of the addends is missing. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 3 whole tens

Adding whole tens (three 2-digit numbers) This exercise is on adding together 3 numbers that are all whole tens. ……………..

## Grade 2- Adding 2 whole tens (missing addends)

Adding whole tens – missing number This exercise is on adding two numbers that are whole tens; the students are asked to find a missing addend. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2 whole tens

Adding whole tens The exercise is on adding two numbers that are whole tens. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 4 single-digit numbers with missing addend

Adding 4 single-digit numbers with missing addends The students are expected to find the missing addend ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 4 single-digit numbers

Add 4 single-digit numbers This exercise is based on adding 4 single-digit numbers. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 3 single-digit numbers with missing addend

Add three single digit numbers – missing number This exercise is on on adding 3 single-digit numbers; students are asked to find the missing number in the equation. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 3 single-digit numbers

Add three single-digit numbers This exercise is on adding 3 single-digit numbers ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding two 1-digit numbers, missing addend

Addition – missing addend (sums up to 20) This exercise is on adding two one-digit numbers; the students are asked to find the missing addend. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2 single-digit numbers (sums of 2-20)

Adding 2 single-digit numbers (sums of 2-20) Students are expected to add2 single-digit numbers. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding two 2-digit numbers

Add two 2-digit numbers, no regrouping Students are expected to add two 2-digit numbers (10-99) ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2-digit and 1-digit numbers, missing addend

Adding 2-digit and 1-digit numbers without regrouping, missing addend Students are asked to solve for the missing number when adding a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number without regrouping. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number

Add a 2-digit and 1-digit number, no regrouping Students are asked to add a 2-digit (1-99) number and a 1-digit (1-9) number. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding within 0-10 with missing numbers

missing addend (sums up to 10) Students are asked to add within 0-10 with missing numbers. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Adding 2 numbers with sum under 10

Adding 2 numbers with sum under 10 Students are expected to add 2 single-digit numbers with the sum being 10 or less (no regrouping). ……………..

## Grade 2 – Round 3-digit numbers to the nearest 100

Rounding Students are asked to round 3-digit numbers (1-999) to the nearest 100 ……………..

## Grade 2 – Round 3-digit numbers to the nearest 10

Rounding Students are asked to round 3-digit numbers (1-999) to the nearest 10. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Round 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10

Rounding Students are asked to round 2-digit numbers (10-99) to the nearest 10. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Ordering numbers up to 1000 – 2

Ordering Numbers Students are expected to order four numbers (1 -1000) from smallest to largest. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Ordering numbers up to 1000 – 1

Ordering Numbers Students are expected to order four numbers (1 -1000) from largest to smallest. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Ordering numbers up to 100 -2

Ordering Numbers Students are expected to order four numbers (1 -100) from largest to smallest. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Ordering numbers up to 100 -1

Ordering Numbers Students are expected to order four numbers (1 -100) from smallest to largest. ……………..

## Grade 2 – Greater than, less than or equal to (0 – 1000)

Comparing Numbers Greater than, less than or equal to Students are expected to compare numbers up to 1000 ……………..

## Grade 2 – Greater than, less than or equal to (0- 100)

Comparing Numbers Greater than, less than or equal to Students are expected to compare numbers up to 100 ……………..

## Grade 2 – Identify hundreds, tens and ones

Students are expected to identify the value of the underlined digits, which represent either hundreds, tens or ones. Numbers are up to 999. ……………..

## Grade 2 – 3-digit number in normal form

This exercise is designed for finding a 3-digit number in normal form. Students are expected to re-write a 3-digit number shown in expanded form back into normal form ……………..

## Grade 2 – 3-digit number in expanded form

3-digit number in expanded form Grade 2 place value worksheet on writing a 3-digit number in expanded form (as a sum of multiples of 1, 10 and 100). ………………

## Grade 2 – Find the missing place value from a 3-digit number

Find the missing place value from a 3-digit number ……………..

## Grade 2 – Build a 3-digit number from the parts -2

Grade 2 place value quiz on building 3-digit numbers from the parts (ones, tens, hundreds) ……………..

## Grade 2 – Build a 3-digit number from the parts -1

Grade 2 place value quiz on building 3-digit numbers from the parts (ones, tens, hundreds) ……………..

## Adding a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number with a missing number

Grade 3 Addition Worksheet This quiz has been designed for adding a 2-digit number to a 1-digit number with missing addend. Students should practice until they can do these questions quickly and accurately in their head.