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2.NBT - Number & Operations in Base Ten
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#1 2.NBT.5 - add-subtract within 100 - 1 (selected- level I)
Select the options that make 20
60 - 40
44 - 22
17 + 37
97 - 37
11 + 9
17 + 3
#2 2.NBT.5 - 2 digits addition - 4 (constructed - level I & II)
How many animals are in each animal group?
How many animals total in the 3 groups?
#3 2.NBT.5 - digits addition - 17 (constructed - level I & II)
Find the sum using place value and commutative properties strategies
55 + 29 =
step 1: 55 =
step 2: 29 =
add step 1 & step 2
50 + 20 +
55 + 29 =
#4 2.NBT.5 - add within 100 - 2 (constructed- level I)
83 + 7 =
#5 2.NBT.5 - subtract within 100 - 1 (constructed- level I)
88 - 44 =
#6 2.NBT.5 - add subtract - 22 (constructed - level II)
There are 4 boxes of pencils in the classroom.
Each box has 5 pencils in it.
There are 17 students in the classroom.
Will every student get a pencil?
What is the total number of pencils available in the classroom?
#7 2.NBT.5 - compensation - 26 (constructed - level I & II)
We can call a number that has zero in it a friendly number because it is easy to work with. Numbers such as 10, 20, 30, ...
Make the number 91 a friendly number
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