1 1 Summer Math Reinforcement Packet Students Entering into 2 nd Grade Our first graders had a busy year learning new math skills. Mastery of all these skills is extremely important in order to develop a solid math foundation. The second grade math program will add onto these first grade skills, so any time spent learning or reinforcing these concepts will be very beneficial for your child. Each year builds upon the previous year s skills in math. Any areas your child has difficulty you may want to give them additional practice. Student mastery of the basic math skills is as important to success in future mathematical procedures and reasoning as learning the alphabet is to reading and writing. Have your child complete one page (one side), three times a week of the math packet. Please return this completed packet in September to your second grade teacher. The grade receiving the largest percentage of summer packets returned will win an extra recess at school. Your child will receive a prize and certificate for completing the packet. The biggest prize of all is being ready for second grade! After your child has completed the math problems and you feel your child is still struggling on a certain concept and needs further practice, you can have your child play games on some of the web sites listed on the next page, play games or make up additional problems of your own for additional practice. If you need another copy of the math packet you can go on Oakbrook s website at and print another copy. Also included is an answer key on different color paper for parents use only in assisting your child. Enjoy your summer!!
2 2 FIRST GRADE GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS IN MATHEMATICS When entering second grade this is what is expected that your child should already know. 1. Read and write the numbers up to 110 by 1 s, 2 s, 5 s, 10 s. Also by starting with various numbers. 2. Comparing numbers up to 110 using such phrases as same as, more than, greater than, fewer than. Ex. 70 is one more than (69). Also can put a set of numbers from least/smallest to greatest/largest. 3. Can state one more than, one less than, 10 more than, 10 less than, for any number given (up to 100). 4. Count backwards from any number between 0 and List addition facts for 2 through 10. Ex. 8 = = = Understanding the reverse relationship between adding and subtracting. Ex. If = 11 then 11 3 = 8 and 11 8 = Knows answer to addition facts up to and can state the answer within 2 4 seconds. 8. Knows all subtraction facts up to 10 9 and can state the answer within 2 4 seconds. 9. Can solve problems like + 2 = 7 and 10 - = Can measure objects with a ruler to the closest inch. Also can compare 2 or more objects using the words shorter, shortest, longer, longest, taller, tallest. 11. Tell time using a standard face clock by the hour and half hour. 12. Identify coins by name and value. Ex. Penny = 1 cent, quarter = 25 cents. 13. Count coins up to $ Solve story problems using addition or subtraction of length, money and time. 15. Can describe where an object is located using such words as above, below, behind and in front of. Ex. Sally is in front of Bob. 16. Can continue a pattern using number, shape or size.
3 3 Excellent websites for fun learning and reinforcement of math skills: Select Play the game. Select addition or subtraction and grade. You can race to beat your time. Click the red box, select math, select HSPMath, select Michigan, click on the 1 ball or 2 ball for a challenge. Select a game. Addition Surprise, Addition Bricks, E-lab Number Patterns are very good. go under Flashcards or Game Room on the left side of the screen. They can practice adding and subtracting. Select Money then select Money Master, click on the US flag, select simple. Or you can select numbers then Math Trainer for adding and subtracting. Back at home screen select games and pick a game to play. Select your state Michigan press submit. Select the student tab then click on the mathematics rectangle. Click in the center book Houghton Mifflin Math Click on Grade 1. Select any games. Extra Help and Extra Practice is good, also egames. Select activities then select grade level. Click on Search. At the top pick First or Second for a challenge. Choose any of the activities like adding or subtracting then select play option toward the top of the screen. 20 Questions and countdown games are good ones. Lots of fun games to choose from. Other games and activities you can play: Number Dot to Dot books or coloring books with addition/subtraction problems to color by. Write the numbers 1 50 or to 100 on index cards or pieces of paper. One number on each card. You can play war. Divide cards up evening among all players. Cards are face down. Each player turns over their top card. Highest number takes all the cards. Keep playing until you are through all cards. Person with the most cards wins. Have all cards face down. Select 4 to 5 cards and put them in order from least to greatest or you can do largest to smallest. Using sidewalk chalk, have them write the numbers counting backwards from 20. Play a game while in the car or waiting in line. What number comes before 60? What number comes after 29? 50 is one more than? (49) 39 is one less than? (40) What comes between 62 and 64? Practice counting by 5 s, 10 s, or 2 s. Have them write it in sidewalk chalk. Counting by 2 s how many steps are from your bedroom to the bathroom? Etc.. Take a deck of cards and remove the face cards (kings, queens, jacks). Aces are one. Divide the cards evenly among 2 players. Each player flips over a card. The first one to add the 2 numbers correctly wins the cards. After going through the pile of cards, the player with the most cards wins. You can do a subtraction version also.
4 4 Entering Second Grade Summer Math Packet First Name: Last Name: Second Grade Teacher: I have checked the work completed Parent signature 1. Fill in the missing numbers: Skip count by 2 s: 2, 4,,,,,,. 3. Skip count by 5 s: 5, 10,,,,,.
5 5 4. Find the sum: List the value of each coin. 6. Fill in the blanks, skip count by 5 s Write these numbers from smallest to largest: 21, 16, 35, 8. A. 21, 35, 16, 8 B. 16, 21, 35, 8 C. 8, 16, 21, 35
6 6 8. Draw a line to match the coin with its name: Front of penny Back of nickel Front of quarter Front of dime Back of quarter Front of nickel Back of penny
7 7 9. Find the sum Select the one best answer for each question. 10. Which number is ONE MORE than 27? A. 26 B. 28 C What number is represented by the following? A. 24 B. 42 C How can you make 8 cubes? A. 2 cubes plus 5 cubes B. 1 cube plus 8 cubes C. 2 cubes plus 6 cubes
8 8 13. Sally and Ron are coming over at 2 o clock to play and they have to go home at 5 o clock. How many hours can you play together? A. 2 hours B. 3 hours C. 5 hours 14. Which number fact makes 8? A B C Which of these groups of stars has more stars in it? A. Group A B. Group B 16. Amanda looked at the night sky. She saw 12 stars. Then she saw 7 more. What number sentence shows how she counted the total number of stars she saw? A = 5 B = 5 C = 19
9 9 17. Write the missing numbers. Skip count by 2. 8,,,, 16 22,,,, 30 54, 56,,,, Amanda had 12 crayons. Then Paul gave her 7 more. Make a drawing to show how you would solve this problem. Then circle your answer. A. 5 B. 12 C Since = 9, then which subtraction is also correct? A. 3 6 = 9 B. 6 3 = 9 C. 9 3 = Solve this problem using a drawing: 8 birds were sitting in a tree. 3 flew away. How many are left? birds are left. 21. Find the difference
10 What is the unknown number in? + 2 = 7? A. 9 B. 7 C Write the missing numbers. Skip count by 5 s. 25,,,, 45 50,,,, 70 35,,,, 55 75,,,, What is the unknown number in 10 -? = 6? A. 4 B. 6 C Add without using a calculator or fingers. A. 25 B. 27 C Find the difference
11 The movie starts at 3:00 pm and ends at 6:00 pm, how long is the movie? A. 2 hours B. 3 hours C. 4 hours 28. Write in the missing numbers. Skip count by 10 s. 25,,,, 29. Find the sum: Melissa had 22 stones. Her mother gave her 30 more stones. How many did she have altogether? Do not use a calculator. A. 25 B. 32 C Subtract 16 6 without using a calculator. A. 12 B. 10 C. 6
12 Look at the clock and tell what time it is. A. 4:06 B. 4:30 C. 6: What time is it? A. 2 o clock B. 10 o clock C. 12 o clock 34. This number line shows only the number 8. Write the number 6 where it is supposed to be. 35. Fill in the blanks. Skip count by 5 s. 25,,,,, 50 60,,,, 80 80,,,, 100 8
13 Which clock reads 2:30? A. A B. B C. C 37. What time is it? A. 12:00 B. 12:30 C. 6: Find the difference:
14 14 Ask Mom or Dad for some coins to help with the following questions or draw the coins on paper. 39. Mike had 2 quarters in his pocket. He traded his 2 quarters with his friend Pam. They made an even trade. Mike got: A. 25 pennies B. 6 nickels C. 5 dimes dimes are equal to: A. 2 quarters B. $1.00 C. 10 cents dime is equal to: A. 1 nickel B. 3 nickels C. 1 nickel and 5 pennies 42. How much money is this? A. 30 cents B. 35 cents C. 40 cents
15 Write these numbers from smallest to largest. 36, 12, 28, 7,,, 44. How much money is this? A. 5 cents B. 28 cents C. 53 cents is one more than 46. is just before Jack had 50 cents. He lost 2 dimes. How much money does he have left? A. 48 cents B. 30 cents C. 20 cents 48. I bought candy for 20 cents and gum for 15 cents. How much money did I spend? A. 5 cents B. 35 cents C. 30 cents
16 Jane found 3 dimes and 1 nickel in her pocket. How much money did she have? A. 4 cents B. 30 cents C. 35 cents 50. Find the sum is just after 52. is between 44 and is one more than Fine the difference
17 Art class start at 10:00 and ends at 12:00. How long is art class? A. 1 hour B. 2 hours C. 3 hours 56. John had 15 cents. He bought candy for 10 cents. How much money does he have left? A. 5 cents B. 10 cents C. 25 cents 57. is just before is one less than. 59. Stop signs have the shape of an octagon. How many sides do these signs have? A. 6 sides B. 8 sides C. 12 sides 60. Find the sum or difference
18 What shape is the tool below? B. a rectangle C. a triangle A. a square 62. Which shape is the rectangle? is just after 64. is just before What is the shape of a penny or dime? A. A circle B. A square C. An oval 66. Draw a square. How many sides does a square have? A. Three B. Four C. Five
19 Look at where the star and moon are located. Then choose which is correct. 68. Find the sum or difference. A. The moon is BEHIND the star. B. The moon is BELOW the star. C. The moon is ABOVE the star Look at where the cat and toys are located. Then choose which is correct. A. The toys are to the right of the cat. B. The toys are to the left of the cat. C. The toys are above the cat.
20 Which number is 1 less than 38? A. 37 B. 38 C is between 45 and Count by 2 s. 10,,,,, is one less than. 74. Jim likes to draw. He made a pattern. What would come next in his pattern? A. B. C. 75. What is just before 40? 76. Count by 2 s. 6, 8,,,,, 18,. 77. What number is ten more than 37? A. 36 B. 38 C. 47
21 Write in the missing numbers. Skip count by 5 s. 15,,,,, Find the difference Mrs. Clor has 15 star stickers. Kate has 1 fewer clown stickers. How many clown stickers does Kate have? clown stickers 81. Count backwards, write in the missing numbers. 20, 19,,,,,,, Brent s favorite number is the one that comes just before 25. What is his favorite number? is his favorite number. 83. Write in the missing numbers. Skip count by 3 s. 3, 6,,,,,,, Find the difference
22 Look at the pictograph. What hair color did most children in Mrs. Moss class have? Hair Color in Mrs. Moss' Class A. black B. brown C. blond 86. Write > or < How much does 3 dimes equal?
23 How much does 3 nickles equal? 89. What number is one more than 63? 90. Look at the pictograph. How many children in Mrs. Moss class have black hair? Hair Color in Mrs. Moss' Class A. 3 B. 4 C Find the sum or difference. Watch the signs
24 is one more than 93. is just before is one more than is just after Find the sum or difference. Watch the signs What number is just after 29? 98. is just before This number line shows only the number 5. Write the number 6 where it is supposed to be What number is 1 less than 56?
25 Show how you can make 24 using tens and ones. You can make a drawing of counters or ten blocks Write 5 different number facts that equal 9 such as Find the sum: Show how you would solve this problem: Steven had 7 toy cars. He wanted 13. How many more toy cars would Steven need to have 13 altogether? Then choose 2 math sentences that could show how to solve this. A = 13 B = 6 C = 20 D = 6
26 Find the sum or difference: Finish the pattern. 0, 2, 4, 6, 8,,, A. 9, 10, 11 B. 10, 12, 13 C. 10, 12, Add Write your answer here If = 11, then what other subtraction problem would also be true? A. 7 4 = 11 B = 7 C. 4 7 = If 14 6 = 8, then what other addition problem would also be true? A = 6 B = 8 C = 14
27 Brent had 9 dollars. After Brent got paid 7 dollars for mowing a lawn, how much did he have? dollars 111. Numbers they are shady characters. You have to keep an eye on them! In the grid below, a secret message is hidden from your view. If you shade in all the shady odd numbers, you will be able to decode the message! Congratulations!! You have completed the summer math packet. Turn this into your 2 nd grade teacher to receive your prize.
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