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1 Comparing Numbers Week 7 26) 27) 28) Directions: Place greater than (>), less than (<) or equal to (=) symbols to complete the number sentences on the left. 29) 30) 2.N.4 Compare whole numbers using terms and symbols, e.g., less than, equal to, greater than (<, =, >). 18
2 Days of the week and months of the year Week 7 Use the clues to fill in this crossword puzzle. Down 1. The last month of the year 2. The number of hours in a day (the hyphen is written in for you) 3. The day after Tuesday 5. The day before Friday 8. The month before May Across 4. The number of days in a week (spell out the number) 5. The number of months in a year (spell out the number) 6. The first month of the year 7. The day after Friday 9. The month after September 10. The month after February 11. The month before September 2.M.1 Identify parts of the day (e.g., morning, afternoon, evening), days of the week, and months of the year. Identify dates using a calendar. 19
3 Riddle Math Week 8 Directions: Compute each subtraction problem on the left and match the letter that corresponds to each answer in the riddle below. WHAT KIND OF FLOWERS ARE FOUND ON YOUR FACE? N.10 Demonstrate the ability to add and subtract threedigit numbers accurately and efficiently. 20
4 Name (Player 1) : Week 8 Math Umbrella (Grade 2 into 3) Addition and Subtraction Game Materials: *3 dice or number cubes *Any colored crayons or colored pencils *Pencil and scratch paper * Math Umbrella paper for each player Created by: D. Huntress Directions: 1) Player 1 rolls all 3 dice and uses all three numbers and either + or symbols to get one of the numbers on the Math Umbrella. For example if you rolled a 3, 5 and 6 you could do and then color in the 4 on the Math umbrella. You may use 2 of one sign. 2) Player 1 colors in the section of the Math umbrella (with any color crayon) when the number sentence equals that number. If the player cannot match an answer to a section on the umbrella, then the player must pass. 3) Player 2 then takes a turn. (If there are more than 2 players, take turns example, player 3 would go next.) 4) The first player to color in the entire umbrella wins! Show how you found each number. Place the numbers from the dice in the blanks below and place the + or symbols in between each number. 2 = 3 = 4 = 5 = 6 = 7 = 8 = 2.N.9 Know addition facts (addends to ten) and related subtraction facts, and use them to solve problems. 2.N.10 Demonstrate the ability to add and subtract threedigit numbers accurately and efficiently. 9 = 10 = 21
5 Name (Player 2): Week 8 Math Umbrella (Grade 2 into 3) Addition and Subtraction Game Materials: *3 dice or number cubes *Any colored crayons or colored pencils *Pencil and scratch paper * Math Umbrella paper for each player Created by: D. Huntress Directions: 1) Player 1 rolls all 3 dice and uses all three numbers and either + or symbols to get one of the numbers on the Math Umbrella. For example if you rolled a 3, 5 and 6 you could do and then color in the 4 on the Math umbrella. You may use 2 of one sign. 2) Player 1 colors in the section of the Math umbrella (with any color crayon) when the number sentence equals that number. If the player cannot match an answer to a section on the umbrella, then the player must pass. 3) Player 2 then takes a turn. (If there are more than 2 players, take turns example, player 3 would go next.) 4) The first player to color in the entire umbrella wins! Show how you found each number. Place the numbers from the dice in the blanks below and place the + or symbols in between each number. 2 = 3 = 4 = 5 = 6 = 7 = 8 = 2.N.9 Know addition facts (addends to ten) and related subtraction facts, and use them to solve problems. 2.N.10 Demonstrate the ability to add and subtract threedigit numbers accurately and efficiently. 9 = 10 = 22
6 Directions: Fill in the circle next to the best answer. Week 9 31) 32) 33) What time is it on the clock above? What time is it on the clock above? What time is it on the clock above? 2.M.2 Tell time at quarterhour intervals on analog and digital clocks using a.m. and p.m. 23
7 PickaCoin Directions Week 9 PickaCoin (An Everyday Math Game) Record Tables: Materials  Regular Die  Calculator  PickaCoin Record Table (attached) for each player Players 2 or 3 Object of the game: To add the largest value Directions 1. Players take turns. When it is your turn, roll the die five times. 2. After each roll, record the number that comes up on the die in any one of the empty cells of your part of the Record Table. 3. Then use a calculator to find the total amount for that turn. 4. Record the total on the table. 5. After four turns, use your calculator to add the four totals. The player with the largest sum wins. 24
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