Thursday, February 29, 2024

March Math Worksheets 2nd Grade

Are you looking for an easy-to-use resource to help your students practice math skills with a fun March theme? Maybe you need both printable and digital options to reach all your students. These 30 worksheets plus a bonus are perfect for practicing math skills in March. There are answer keys for easy grading. With this purchase you will have access to both a printable and digital version.

March Math Worksheets 2nd Grade




This 2nd Grade Math for March resource has 30 pages of math work plus a bonus activity which is perfect for March! Great for keeping math skills strong as morning work, home work, math stations, small group work or tutoring! Also, perfect for sub days or days when you have meetings and a teacher friend or aide needs to continue working with your class!

This product features 2 options:

1. Printable pdf file with answer keys

2. Digital file using the Easel Activities tool (Click on red button "Use as buyer" to access your digital resource.)

The Easel Activities tool allows you to assign activities directly to your students using Google Classroom. Once the student accesses the link through Google Classroom, they will complete, turn in, and receive your feedback on the TpT platform.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

▶31 pages of math work plus bonus activity

▶Digital version to use with your students

▶Answer keys

▶Table of Contents

▶Common Core aligned for 2nd grade

▶TEKS aligned for 2nd grade

▶VA SOL aligned for 2nd grade

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2nd Grade Math Worksheets Bundle | Math Review Packets | Math Morning Work

GREAT FOR:

  • early finishers
  • tutoring
  • sub tubs
  • math stations/centers
  • holiday work
  • small group
  • end of unit quick assessments
  • homework
  • reinforcement
  • enrichment
  • distance learning
  • hybrid classrooms
  • homeschooling

The 2nd Grade Math for March resource covers the following skills

✔ place value

✔add or subtract with and without regrouping

✔10 more or 10 less

✔ three digit subtraction with regrouping

✔2 Spinner games with three digit addition

✔adding and subtracting with money word problems

✔2D shapes

✔3D shapes

✔Telling time-nearest hour, 1/2 hour, 15 minutes, 5 minutes

✔Subtracting across zeros

✔Counting by 2's

✔ Counting by 5's

✔Counting money

✔Count and add money

✔Fractions-part of a whole

✔ Telling time word problems

✔ Addition and Subtraction fact families

TEACHER REVIEWS:

✎"This is a great resource for sub days or quick report card assessments. Thanks so much!" Heather

✎"An amazing resource; thank you for sharing your hard work and creativity with others!" Kathryn

✎"Excellent resource!! So many math skills covered in this awesome pack - thank you!!"

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FREE MISC. LESSON - “Music Bracket Activity: Adele”

by MusicTeacherResources
4th - 8th Grade




This bracket is perfect for March Madness or anytime your class needs a fun break.

Use it as a bell ringer to give you time to take attendance, pass out materials or briefly catch up with students who have been absent.

Use it in the last 5-6 minutes of class as motivation for students to complete all set work.

To save time, I play only a section of each song, not the entire song.

PLEASE NOTE: This resource contains links to YouTube videos. If you don't have access to YouTube at your school or prefer not to use the videos, you can play the audio-only, use a lyric video instead, or create a Spotify list.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Teaching Multiplication by Factor - Math Game Fun! ๐Ÿ˜€

 Multiplication, the old friend that brings us back to the days of chalk dust and recess bells! As you gear up for the rest of the year of shaping young minds, we are here to guide you through the maze of multiplication factors. Get ready, because today, we’re about to decode the clever sequence for teaching them!



Multiplication by Factors 1-4

The Mighty Ones: We all know that multiplying by 1 is like giving your math problem a little boost. Start here to instill the idea that anything multiplied by 1 remains itself.



Doubles: After understanding the magic of one, introduce the concept of doubling. Kids love a good symmetry puzzle, and what’s more symmetric than 2 x 2?


Threes: Triangles and Multiples: Now that we’ve got the hang of doubling, let’s introduce 3. Use the concept of triangles to make it visual. Three is like a magical triangle number – ask them to draw triangles with 3 sides (and you’ll sneak in a bit of geometry too)!

Click here for multiplication games you can use all year long!

Fours: By now, students are becoming multiplication experts, so add 4 to the mix. Talk about squares and how 4 is like the square root of 16. Challenge them to find square numbers!

Multiplication by Factors – 5,6,7, & 8

Time to meet the high-fiving number 5! Kids probably know their 5 times table from counting on their fingers. Emphasize that multiplying by 5 is a piece of cake.


Sixes and Sevens: Once they’ve mastered 5, introduce 6 and 7 together. Make it a fun competition – which is quicker, counting by 6 or 7?


Multiplying by 8 math games

Eights: Kids might find it tricky, but remind them that 8 is like 2 doubled twice. And when you double twice, you make a great escape from smaller numbers into bigger ones!


Winding up!

Nines: Now that you’ve covered most of the territory, introduce 9 with its magical properties. Teach them about the 9 times table and how the digits in the answers add up to 9! Don’t miss teaching this fun fact! ๐Ÿ™‚


Tens: It’s the easiest of them all, and it’ll give your students a sense of accomplishment. Plus, it sets them up to understand place value!


Read about Math Fact Fluency here.

Click here for multiplication games you can use all year long!


Remember, the key is to make learning fun and engaging. Use props, visuals, and interactive activities to bring these multiplication factors to life.

Wishing you a great school year ahead!

ESL
Let’s Teach! Lori

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Addition Math Vocabulary

Place Value Color by Code Differentiated Worksheets

Unlock the door to deeper understanding of place value with this Leap Into Math Place Value Color by Code Differentiated Worksheets! This set of 8 worksheets will help you meet the needs of all your students, regardless of their current level of math achievement. With this set, you can pick and choose which pages are most appropriate for each of your students. The activities are perfectly designed for early finishers, math centers, tutoring, and other differentiated instruction initiatives.


Your students will love the fun and engaging way this set helps them grasp the abstract concept of the value of digits within a number. Each page encourages students to read the number, determine the place value and then color the picture based on the code! Numbers range from ones to ten thousands, adding depth and complexity to their learning.

The Leap Into Math Place Value Color by Code Differentiated Worksheets are an effective tool for teaching place value and a great way to bring a little cheer into your classroom. Get your students excited about math and make sure they have the place value skills they need for success.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✔Cover page to color

✔2 pages locating tens and ones (with 2 pages of answer keys)

✔2 pages locating hundreds, tens and ones (with 2 pages of answer keys)

✔2 pages locating thousands, hundreds, tens and ones (with 2 pages of answer keys)

✔2 pages locating ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones (with 2 pages of answer keys)

✔Answer Keys

✔Common Core aligned

✔Fun Leap into Math Theme

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Place Value Color by Code Differentiated | Place Value Bundle

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  • small group
  • end of unit quick assessments
  • homework
  • reinforcement
  • enrichment
  • distance learning
  • hybrid classrooms
  • homeschooling

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