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Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2

Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
Common Core Based Daily Math Prompts: GRADE 2
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This document is based on the idea of "daily prompts," in a day by day calendar format. However, it's unique because it's "daily prompts," based on each common core math standard for Grade 2.

Each calendar possesses:
*15 challenging questions/activities, word problems, questions that require the use of manipulatives etc...
* Operations and algebraic thinking (2.OA) 30 prompts to choose from- 2 calendars
* Numbers and Operations in Base Ten (2.NBT) 30 prompts to choose from- 2 calendars
* Measurement and Data (2.MD) 45 prompts to choose from- 3 calendars
* Geometry (2.G) 15 prompts to choose from- 1 calendar

TOTAL= 8 calendars
THE PROMPTS CAN BE SELECTED AT RANDOM. I HAVE MY STUDENTS LIGHTLY COLOR THE BOX THEY'VE SELECTED AND DATE IT. All work is done in their math notebook and I call these problems "Problem of the Day" (POD).

* There is a short project at the end as well.

Here are sample questions 1 from each calendar:

2.OA
Circle the Odd numbers, and put a box around the even numbers.

2, 6, 5, 1, 9, 11, 14, 22, 15, 40, 16, 28, 37

In your notebook make a list of 4 more odd numbers and 4 more even numbers.

2.NBT
439
Circle the digit in the ones place.
What is its value?
How many ones are there?
Underline the digit in the tens place.
What is its value?
How many tens are there?
Underline the digit in the hundreds place.
How many hundreds are there?
What is its value?

2.MD
Money: Samantha has fewer than 10 coins. The coins have a total value of $1.12. What coins could she have?

Time: Using the large clock, carefully attach the hour and minute hands. Work with a partner to show the following times: 4:00, 5:30, 6:15, 1:45, 12:20, 7:35, 9:50, 11:55.

Measurement: Using a ruler, measure the following objects in inches. Draw the object in your math notebook and record each measurement:
your pencil
a notebook in your desk
a folder
an eraser
the length of your desk
measure a friend

Data: Survey the girls in your class. Ask them which color they like the best: pink, red, blue, or purple.

Create a tally chart to record your data.

2.G
Draw shapes that have 4 or more sides. Label each shape, write the number of sides, angles, and vertices each shape has.


This set also includes: Printable Manipulatives- play money bills, play money coins, large cut out analog clock, small cut outs analog clock, small cut outs of digital clocks
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