Daily Math consists of 36 weeks of daily math practice activities for 2nd grade. Each day of the week has 5 different skill problems to practice. Each week reviews a consistent set of skills that have been taught at that point in the year, and each week builds on the preceding weeks. The first few weeks review first grade skills, and the skills build from there.
The order of skills added are as follows:
Basic Addition and Subtraction skills, Place Value, Addition within 100, Subtraction within 100, Story Problems, Money, Addition and Subtraction within 1,000, Time, Geometry, Foundations of Multiplication
How to use it:
Make a copy for each student to use for the week. Each day of the week, students can complete that day's work as a math warm-up or as a seatwork activity during math center rotations. Each day, go over the day's problems as a class or in small groups. Have the students share strategies, and correct their work as they go. The Friday Quiz will give great data, and help you form flexible reteach groups. Remind students to use what they have learned in the Monday-Thursday discussions to help them solve the Friday Quiz problems.
This has been a great warm-up activity in my class. Students know to come in and get started. It reviews skills that have been taught, and keeps them fresh. It opens up discussion about strategies, accuracy, and efficiency, and gives the teacher useful data. Other teachers have used this resource as homework and reviewed it in class.