GRADE 2 SUPPLEMENT. Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid. Includes. Skills & Concepts


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1 GRADE 2 SUPPLEMENT Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Includes Activity 1: Mystery Numbers on a Grid A7.1 Activity 2: What s My Number? A7.7 Independent Worksheet 1: What s Missing? 9011,000 A7.11 Independent Worksheet 2: What s Missing? 101,000 A7.13 Skills & Concepts H locate numbers to 1,000 on a hundreds grid or number line H use patterns in place value to compare and order whole numbers P201306
2 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid The Math Learning Center, PO Box 12929, Salem, Oregon Tel by The Math Learning Center All rights reserved. Prepared for publication on Macintosh Desktop Publishing system. Printed in the United States of America. P The Math Learning Center grants permission to classroom teachers to reproduce blackline masters in appropriate quantities for their classroom use. Bridges in Mathematics is a standardsbased K 5 curriculum that provides a unique blend of concept development and skills practice in the context of problem solving. It incorporates the Number Corner, a collection of daily skillbuilding activities for students. The Math Learning Center is a nonprofit organization serving the education community. Our mission is to inspire and enable individuals to discover and develop their mathematical confidence and ability. We offer innovative and standardsbased professional development, curriculum, materials, and resources to support learning and teaching. To find out more, visit us at
3 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Set A7 H Activity 1 ACTIVITY Mystery Numbers on a Grid Overview Students work together to identify some mystery numbers on a grid and then complete two related worksheets. In order to find the identities of the mystery numbers, students have to discover for and use number patterns. Skills & Concepts H locate numbers to 1,000 on a hundreds grid or number line H use patterns in place value to compare and order whole numbers You ll need H Grid (page A7.6, see Advance Preparation) H What s Missing? (pages A7.4 and A7.5, class set) H overhead pens in several different colors H sticky notes Advance Preparation Run 1 copy of the Grid on a transparency. Cover the following numbers on the grid with sticky notes trimmed to roughly 3 4" 3 4": 125, 140, 172, and 196. Instructions for Mystery Numbers on a Grid 1. Ask students to sit where they can see the screen. Place the Grid on display at the overhead and give students a minute to pairshare observations. What do they notice about the display? Then invite volunteers to share their observations with the class. Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 100 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a transpa ency Grid Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.1
4 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Activity 1 Mystery Numbers on a Grid (cont.) Students Some of the numbers are covered up! It starts with 101 and goes up to 200. It s like the number chart on our calendar board, but the numbers are higher. Alesha I know what the first number is that s covered up it s 125! 2. When the identity of one of the secret numbers comes up, ask students to talk with their neighbors about the conjecture. Do they agree? Why or why not? As they share with the class, press them to explain their answers. (If no one volunteers a guess about any of the mystery numbers, direct their attention to the first one and ask a volunteer to guess its identity.) Teacher Talk with your partners for a minute. Do you agree with Alesha that the mystery number in the third row is 125? (Gives students time to talk.) Who d like to tell us whether or not they agree with Alesha and explain why? Sam? Sam I think it s 125 because it s in the same row with all the other numbers that end in 5. Paulina I think it s 125 because it s in the 20s row. Drexler It s 125 because it comes right after comes after When there s general agreement about the identity of the first secret number, remove the sticky note so students can see that it is 125. Draw their attention to each of the other secret numbers one by one. For each, ask students to pairshare conjectures, and then have volunteers share and explain their thinking. 4. Once all the mystery numbers have been identified and uncovered, ask students to think about what helped them solve the mysteries. What kinds of clues did they use to guess the identity of each number? Students You can just look at what number comes before it. You can look at the number that comes after, too. I look at the row going up and down to see what all the other numbers have at the end. Teacher So you look at the column to see what the other numbers have in the 1s place? Students Yep! I also look at what they have in the 10s place. Every row has a different number in the 10s place up til the end. Like it s all 20s in the 125 row, except when you get to Chances are, students relied heavily on place value patterns to identify the mystery numbers. Now that they can see all the numbers, ask them to find and describe other place value patterns they can find. 6. Distribute copies of the What s Missing? worksheets. Review both sheets with the class. Once students understand what to do, have them go to work. Circulate to provide guidance as needed, and encourage them to help one another as well. Ask them to share and compare their answers with at least one other person when they re finished. If they don t agree on some of the answers, ask them to work together to find the correct solution. A7.2 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
5 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Activity 1 Mystery Numbers on a Grid (cont.) Set A7 Operations & Numbers: Numbers to 1000 on a L ne or Grid Blackline Run a class set Do not run back to back NAME DATE What s Missing? page 1 of 2 Set A7 Operations & Numbers: Numbers to 1000 on a L ne or Grid Blackline Run a class set Do not run back to back NAME DATE What s Missing? page 2 of 2 1 Fill in the missing numbers on the grid below. Use what you know about number patterns to help Describe at least 3 different patterns you see on the grid. 3a Which is greater, 180 or 108? b How do you know? 4a Which is less, 122 or 127? b How do you know? 5. Paul s family found 112 shells on the beach on Monday, 143 shells on Tuesday, and 104 shells on Wednesday. a Which day did they find the most shells? b Which day did they find the least shells? 6. On Thursday, Paul s family found 182 shells. On Friday, they found 140 shells. Here s a list of how many shells they found each day. 112, 143, 104, 182, 140 Put the numbers of shells in order from least to most.,,,, least most CHALLENGE 7. What number is 28 more than 131? How could you write a number sentence to show that? 8. What number is 16 less than 159? How could you write a number sentence to show that? INDEPENDENT WORKSHEET See Set 7A Independent Worksheets 1 and 2 for more practice using place value patterns to compare and order whole numbers. Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.3
6 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run a class set. Do not run backtoback. NAME DATE What s Missing? page 1 of 2 1 Fill in the missing numbers on the grid below. Use what you know about number patterns to help Describe at least 3 different patterns you see on the grid. A7.4 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
7 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run a class set. Do not run backtoback. NAME DATE What s Missing? page 2 of 2 3a Which is greater, 180 or 108? b How do you know? 4a Which is less, 122 or 127? b How do you know? 5 Paul s family found 112 shells on the beach on Monday, 143 shells on Tuesday, and 104 shells on Wednesday. a Which day did they find the most shells? b Which day did they find the least shells? 6 On Thursday, Paul s family found 182 shells. On Friday, they found 140 shells. Here s a list of how many shells they found each day. 112, 143, 104, 182, 140 Put the numbers of shells in order from least to most.,,,, least most CHALLENGE 7 What number is 28 more than 131? How could you write a number sentence to show that? 8 What number is 16 less than 153? How could you write a number sentence to show that? Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.5
8 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a transparency Grid A7.6 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
9 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Set A7 H Activity 2 ACTIVITY What s My Number? Overview Students use the number line to guess a secret number you ve written on a slip of paper before the game. Although the game is quite simple, you can modify the numbers to challenge nearly any group of second graders. Skills & Concepts H locate numbers to 1,000 on a hundreds grid or number line H use patterns in place value to compare and order whole numbers You ll need H What s My Number? Gameboard (page A7.10, 1 copy run on a transparency) H black overhead pen H whiteboard and markers H 6 or 7 small slips of scratch paper (see Advance Preparation) Advance Preparation Write the number 7 on one of the slips of paper and the number 43 on another. Fold both and put them in 2 different pockets. Keep the other slips close at hand; this game goes very quickly. Instructions for What s My Number? 1. Ask children to sit where they can see the screen. Place the What s My Number? Gameboard on display. Label one end of the number line 0 and the other end 10. Explain that you have a number between 0 and 10 written on a piece of paper in your pocket, and you re going to give the class a chance to guess what it is. 2. Ask students to raise their hand if they have a guess, and call one of them up to write his or her guess where it belongs on the number line. Respond by writing the number the child just guessed in the appropriate column on the chart below the number line. W h a t s M y N u m b e r? G a m e b o a r d M y n u m b e r i s g e a t e r t h a n 5 M y n u m b e r i s l e s s t h a n M y n umber is Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a b ank tr 3. Repeat step 2, calling on a different child each time, until someone guesses your secret number correctly. It won t take students long to realize that they can use the information on the number line and Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.7
10 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Activity 2 What s My Number? (cont.) the chart to narrow the range of possibilities so they can zero in on the number. When they do, pull the slip of paper with 7 written on it out of your pocket and show it to the class. W h a t s M y N u m b e r? G a m e b o a r d M y n u m b e r i s g e a t e r t h a n 5 6 M y n u m b e r i s l e s s t h a n M y n umber is 9 7 Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a b ank transparency. 4. Erase the overhead, and write 0 at one end of the line and 100 at the other. Tell students you have a number between 0 and 100 in your other pocket. Ask them to pairshare guesses and then call on a volunteer to share his or her guess with the class. Marcus I think it s 50 because that s right in the middle. 5. Talk with students about where the guess should be entered on the number line, and invite the student who made the guess to come up and record it on the overhead, working with support from the class if necessary. 6. Respond by writing the number the child just guessed in the appropriate column on the chart below the number line. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the class has narrowed the range to 40 and 50. Then let students know that it s okay to guess numbers that don t correspond to marks already on the line, if that hasn t already come up. W h a t s M y N u m b e r? G a m e b o a r d M y n u m b e r i s g e a t e r t h a n M y n u m b e r i s l e s s t h a n 50 M y n umber is Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a b ank transparency. A7.8 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
11 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1,000 on a Line or Grid Activity 2 What s My Number? (cont.) Students I don t get it! There aren t any other marks! How can your number be more than 40 but less than 50? Teacher You ve done a great job of narrowing the range really quickly. My number is between 40 and 50. David But there aren t any more marks between 40 and 50. Teacher It s okay to make some marks of your own on this line. Do you have a guess? David I think it s 45. Teacher Come on up and make a mark where you think it belongs and label it with your guess. 8. Continue in this fashion until someone identifies your number exactly. Then show students the slip of paper. If the number line gets crowded, encourage students to write their guesses above and below the line and draw arrows to the marks they ve made if necessary. W h a t s M y N u m b e r? G a m e b o a r d M y n u m b e r i s g e a t e r t h a n M y n u m b e r i s l e s s t h a n M y n umber is 43 Set A7 Numbers & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a b ank transparency. 9. Play several more rounds of the game, as time allows. Erase the overhead each time and write a new number on a slip of paper. You may want to stick with numbers between 0 and 100. If that s very easy for your class, try labeling one end of the number line with 100 and the other with 200 and choosing a secret number in that range. Extensions Play the game many times with your class. This is a great sponge activity. Let students lead the game. (If you decide to do this, have them whisper their secret number in your ear before they start.) Experiment with other ranges of numbers, like , , , and so on. The overhead number line doesn t accommodate much more than a range of 100, so if your students are ready for more, draw a giant number line on the whiteboard, along with a greater than and less than chart, and work with a range of 0 500, or even 0 1,000. Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.9
12 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run 1 copy on a blank transparency. What s My Number? Gameboard My number is greater than My number is less than My number is A7.10 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
13 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Use anytime after Set A7 Activity 1. Run a class set. NAME DATE Set A7 H Independent Worksheet 1 INDEPENDENT WORKSHEET Number & Operations What s Missing? 901 1,000 1 Fill in the missing numbers on the grid below. Use the patterns you know to help Describe at least 3 different patterns you see on the grid. (Continued on next page.) Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.11
14 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Run a class set. Independent Worksheet 1 What s Missing? 901 1,000 (cont.) 3 The carnival in our town started last week. The chart below shows how many tickets they sold each day. Day Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Number of Tickets 978 tickets 995 tickets 932 tickets 905 tickets 937 tickets a Which day did they sell the most tickets? b Which day did they sell the least tickets? c Put the number of tickets they sold each day in order from least to greatest.,,,, least greatest 4 The people who came to the carnival bought 909 hot dogs on Saturday, 990 hot dogs on Sunday, 943 hot dogs on Monday, and 934 hot dogs on Tuesday. a Which is greater, 909 or 990? b How do you know? c Which is less, 943 or 934? d How do you know? A7.12 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
15 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Blackline Use anytime after Set A7 Activity 1. Run a class set. NAME DATE Set A7 H Independent Worksheet 2 INDEPENDENT WORKSHEET Number & Operations What s Missing? 10 1,000 1 Fill in the missing numbers on the grid below. Use the patterns you know to help Describe at least 3 different patterns you see on the grid. (Continued on next page.) Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.13
16 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Run a class set. Independent Worksheet 2 What s Missing? 10 1,000 (cont.) 3 Have you ever wondered how much a tiger weighs? Have you ever thought about how heavy a grizzly bear is compared to an alligator? The chart below shows the weights of 7 different mammals in kilograms. (A kilogram is a little more than 2 pounds.) Use the information to answer the questions below. Animal Siberian Tiger Alligator Harbor Seal Camel Grizzly Bear Emperor Penguin Gray Wolf Weight 230 kilograms 270 kilograms 170 kilograms 725 kilograms 680 kilograms 30 kilograms 36 kilograms a Put the weights of these animals in order from least to greatest.,,,,,, least greatest b Which animal on the chart weighs the most? c Which animal on the chart weighs the least? d Which animal weighs more, a Siberian tiger or an alligator? e Which animal weighs less, a grizzly bear or a camel? (Continued on next page.) A7.14 Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement
17 Set A7 Number & Operations: Numbers to 1000 on a Line or Grid Run a class set. Independent Worksheet 2 What s Missing? 10 1,000 (cont.) 4 Use numbers, pictures, and/or words to show how you got the answer. a Which would weigh more, 3 harbor seals or 2 Siberian tigers? b Which would weigh less, 5 Emperor penguins or 1 harbor seal? 5 Which animal on the chart would you most like to have for a pet? Why? Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Supplement A7.15
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