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If your second graders are working on place value, take a look at these centers and games. Students will practice reading, writing, counting, and comparing numbers in a variety of ways. Many of these activities include task cards which are a great way to
Want to add more hands-on practice to your measurement unit? This pack includes 12 different monster-themed activities your students will love! These are great for centers or small group activities.
Are you looking to add some new math games to your math workshop rotations? The math games and centers in this pack target addition and subtraction facts, counting and comparing coin combinations up to $1, and working with a hundreds chart (1-100 or 1-120).
Polygon practice just got more fun with this penguin-themed pack! It's filled with a sorting activity, a penguin-themed board game, and several practice pages.
This pack contains three different ways to practice 2-digit by 1-digit addition and subtraction math problems (with and without regrouping). There is a regrouping game where students must determine whether regrouping is needed to solve each problem. There
Math manipulatives keep students engaged and provide hands-on opportunities to make learning more concrete. Here are my favorite math manipulatives for the primary classroom.
Learning about fractions does not come easily for many of our students. Fortunately, many classrooms have access to manipulatives to make learning hands-on, engaging, and fun. But, don't underestimate the value of a good book. Here are some children's books about fractions to help get your students excited about math!
Teaching children to tell time can be tricky! Whether you are teaching children to tell time on the clock or with a calendar, picture books can help! Here are some great children’s books about telling time.
Math sorts are a great way to get students thinking about and analyzing math facts.
Math mazes are a great way to get your students practicing math facts! This set of division mazes has TWO different mazes included for each of the divisors (2-12). On each maze, students move from start to finish by identifying the true math fact sentences and watching out for the false facts along the way.
Students can practice counting coin combinations up to $1.00 and have fun with this matching game. There are also two graphing activities included where students must count, tally, and graph the coins on the page.
Students can practice adding and subtracting within 100 with this basketball themed pack. Students can sort the cards based on whether regrouping is needed to solve the problem. Then students can solve each problem on the included worksheet.
Math Mazes are a great way to get students practicing their addition and subtraction facts in new ways. With these mazes, students follow a path of true math facts from start to finish. The best part is that these mazes can be completed with crayons, colored pencils, Bingo daubers, markers, highlighters, and more! You can even place the pages inside a dry erase pocket and use them over and over again!
If you're looking for a fun way to practice addition facts, introduce your students to Training Wheels. Students can play this game over and over again with different results. There are two levels included in this freebie.
Looking for a fun way to practice multiplication and division facts? Try these math mazes! Students will color in the true math facts along the path while watching out for the false facts. You can try one multiplication and one division maze with this FREE download.
Students will enjoy practicing and reviewing place value skills while moving around the room!
Roll to 100 is a dice game that students can play independently or with a partner. This would be a great activity for students to complete during math workshop while the teacher meets with a small group. This dice games pack includes other games, too!
Are you ready to build a snowman this winter without leaving the classroom or freezing your hands? This snowman supplies pack is a great way to practice addition with up to four 2-digit numbers. It can be used during math rotations, as a center activity, or with a small group.
Pigeon Math by Asia Citro and Richard Watson is a humorous story about trying to determine the number of pigeons on the line when outside influences keep that number changing until the end. I have a few freebies I want to share that can be paired with this story.