# Second Grade’s Homework Assignments Week of November 28, 2011 We are still in need of several shoe boxes. Please send them in ! Monday ReadingRead for.

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Name: Date: Prefix Re- Write the prefix, root word, and meaning of each word (with the prefix). re- means “again” WordPrefixRoot Word Meaning replay re-playto play again redo rebuild repaint retell remake

Name: ______________Date: __________ Ordering Digits Order the numbers from least to greatest. A)714, 147, 471 _____________________________ B) 398, 389, 983 _____________________________ C)450, 504, 405_____________________________ D)362, 263, 326 _____________________________ E)619, 196, 961 _____________________________ Order the numbers from greatest to least. A)714, 147, 471 _____________________________ B) 398, 389, 983 _____________________________ C)450, 504, 405_____________________________ D)362, 263, 326 _____________________________ E)619, 196, 961 _____________________________

Name:Date: Sentences With the Prefix Re- Complete each sentence with a word from the Word Bank. Word Bank : recycle retiereread retellrewrite 1.Will you _________my shoelaces? 2.Don’t forget to ________your newspaper. 3.Jen will ___________ her messy homework. 4.I _________that book every year. 5.Please _________the story I did not hear it. Write 2 sentences of your own. Use a word with the prefix re- in each sentence. 1.___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 2.___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Name: ________________________ Explaining Your Thinking with Place Value Digits: 9, 3, 5 What 3-digit numbers can you make using these digits? Largest number _______Smallest number _______ Use place value words to explain how you made the largest number. (You can use numbers and pictures too.) Place Value words: place, value, highest, lowest, hundreds, tens, ones

Name: Date: Prefix Un- Write the prefix, root word, and meaning of each word (with the prefix). un- means “not” or “opposite of” WordPrefixRoot Word Meaning unfair un- fairnot fair undo unhappy unkind unsure unable

Name: ________________________ Zero Is Important Digits 2, 0, and 5. What 2-digit numbers can you make using these digits? 1.____________2. _____________ 3. ____________4. _____________ What 3-digit numbers can you make using these digits? 5. ____________6. _____________ 7. ____________8. _____________ If the value of zero is nothing then explain how it can change the value of a number. Use place value words: hundreds, tens, and ones place.

Name:Date: Sentences With the Prefix Un- Complete each sentence with a word from the Word Bank. Word Bank : unhappy untieunwell unluckyunsafe 1.I can’t _________my shoelaces? 2.It is __________ to play in the street. 3.Dwon is ___________ so he will miss school today. 4.He is _________because he can’t go to school. 5.The ___________ girl lost the game. Write 2 sentences of your own. Use a word with the prefix un- in each sentence. 1.___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 2.___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Name: Date: What Comes Next? Write the number that comes next. 49 : ______70 : _____99 : ______ 109: _____299 : _____300: _____ 419 : _____589: _____999: _____ Jack is counting the book on the shelf. He has counted 199 books. What number comes next? _________ books How do you know? _________________________________________