Math Mega Bundle grade 2

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Revised 8/2016: Bump now has 10 game versions, Math Master now has 57 printable handouts.

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1. AL E. GATOR: Compare Numbers greater than / less than
This activity includes three differentiated levels (2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit) and includes speaking and listening Common Core benchmarks as well as first and second grade math benchmarks.
The object of the activity is to feed Al E. Gator.
Students will take turns spinning. They will record their number in any box on their side of the worksheet (one meal at a time). When every box is filled, students will compare the numbers based on the meanings of hundreds, tens, and ones. They will discuss the numbers and use >, =, and < symbols to record the results of the comparisons in the circle. They will then continue to Al’s next meal. Students build place value knowledge as they learn placement strategies to win the game. 
TEACHER PREP: Provide a clear spinner (or use a pencil and paperclip), the spinner board and your choice of differentiated work pages. Place work pages in sheet protectors for use with dry erase markers.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.A.4  
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.2.1

2. DECOMPOSE for BALANCED EQUATIONS
Use this with Kagan Groups in your centers or take hard copy data as a formative assessment.
Centers: students will roll 2 dice and place the numbers in the base of the balance. They will decompose the number two ways and write those expressions on wither side of the balance.
*Helpful Hint: I place my dice in a small water bottle with glitter or food coloring to make a “magic dice” shaker. This keeps the dice from flying off the desk and causing a racket. Students shake the bottle, hold the bottle up, and use the numbers they see on the bottom of the bottle.
ASSESSMENT: distribute the worksheet and you will roll the dice so the students have a common set of numbers
TEACHER PREP: Centers: place worksheets in sheet protectors for use with dry erase markers, provide dice
Assessment: distribute worksheets, communicate the numbers of choice
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3. BALANCING EQUATIONS: addition / subtraction board game
Students place an expression card on the left side of the balance and record the product in the triangle base. Next they will place a number card on the right side. They will write the operation (add or subtract) and record the number needed to balance the equation.
INCLUDES teacher instruction page, student instruction page, 7 game boards with assorted characters, 30 expression cards with optional card backs, 30 number cards with optional card backs
TEACHER PREP: Place game board in sheet protector for use with dry erase markers. Laminate and cut cards for durability.
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4. NUMBER DETECTIVE: Place Value / Regrouping Unit
This unit includes FOUR SCAFFOLDED LEVELS! The unit takes students through the foundational level of place value and regrouping and prepares them for the abstract.
Use the task cards in your choice of THREE GAMES: Tic Tac Toe, Scavenger Hunt, or Scoot. All games include student answer recording sheets to ensure accountability with center work or provide you with hard copy data for formative assessments.
Includes a task card answer key for peer monitoring in centers (tic tac toe).
Includes a work mat that can be used with ANY place value, regrouping, adding or subtracting work.
Students will use the work mat to compose the numbers and then record them on their answer recording sheet.
BONUS: Tic Tac Toe game can be used with ANY flash cards! Place board in sheet protector and use with dry erase markers -OR- use two-color counters to place on the board. Students will choose a card, tell the answer to the opposing player or team. The opposing player or team will check the answer for accuracy before allowing the player to place their X or O on the board. Great for peer monitoring and math discussion!
4 TASK CARD LEVELS
TEACHER PREP: place student work mats and tic tac toe board in sheet protector for use with dry erase markers (or use counters to mark Xs and Os), cut and laminate task cards, choose the answer recording sheets to match the games you choose to use.
Students will use concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, to compose and decompose numbers and relate the strategy to a written method. The student will understand that it is sometimes it is necessary to compose or decompose ones, tens or hundreds.
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5. MATH-MASTER UNIT: base ten, hundred chart, number line, ten frame
120 Charts
Addition pages with room to explain their thinking pp. 3-6
Addition pages without written thinking pp. 7– 9
Subtraction pages with room to explain their thinking pp. 10-11
Subtraction pages without written thinking pp. 12-14
Addition and Subtraction mixed equations p. 15
Blank versions for writing your own equations pp. 16-19
Full page 120 charts pp. 20-21
Base Ten
Addition pages with room to explain their thinking pp. 22-25
Addition pages without written thinking pp. 26– 27
Subtraction pages with room to explain their thinking pp. 28-29
Subtraction pages without written thinking pp. 30-31
Addition and Subtraction mixed equations p. 32
Blank versions for writing your own equations pp. 33-36
Full page base ten mats pp. 37-38
*Place in sheet protectors. Students draw the dots, lines, and boxes with dry erase markers.
Number Line
Addition with room to explain their thinking pp. 39-41
Addition without written thinking pp. 42-43
Subtraction with room to explain their thinking pp. 44-45
Subtraction without written thinking pp. 46-47
Addition and Subtraction mixed equations p. 48
Blank versions for writing your own equations pp. 49-50
Ten Frames
Addition, Subtraction, Addition and Subtraction, blank pp. 51-56
Math-Master Stadium all tools on one page pp. 57-58
*Students choose the best tool for the equation you give them. Place in sheet protectors for use with dry erase markers or print B&W for single use.

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6. GRID KIDS Add / Subtract with Hundred Chart: activity and assessment
This set includes a partner or team game of tic tac toe with task cards and a scavenger hunt with hard copy formative assessment.
Includes 16 addition and subtraction task cards for tic tac toe with optional card backs, 16 task cards for scavenger hunt, a hundred chart, 120 chart, answer sheets for both activities, student instruction page, and teacher instruction page.
BONUS: After these lessons are completed, use this tic tac toe board with any flash cards or task cards!
TEACHER PREP
Tic Tac Toe: Place 100 chart and tic tac toe boards in sheet protectors for use with dry erase markers -or use two color counters in place of markers. Cut the task cards and provide instruction page. An answer page is optional. I use it to hold students accountable for staying on task during group work.
Scavenger Hunt: Place task cards in obvious places around the room (door, globe, etc.). Provide answer sheet and hundred chart from the activity above. 
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7. SPINNING for COINS: adding coins game (2 pages)
This differentiated game allows struggling students to participate with their group with less dependence upon others. Students will spin twice and compute the sum of the two coins. 
The spinner set includes one side with coins and another with coin value numbers. When printed two-sided, struggling students can flip the page for assistance with coin values.
As students progress, you can add additional spin requirements for adding a higher number of coins.
TEACHER PREP: Print and laminate. Provide a clear spinner or use pencil and paper clip
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.8

8. SHOW ME THE MONEY!
Use this math game with your Kagan groups or in small group intervention. This is a team activity in which each student is responsible for individual work. Everyone is accountable. 
Students will take turns making two spins. The first number is the tens and the second is the ones (7, 3 would be 73 cents). The students are now responsible for showing their thinking on the worksheet. They will record how they skip counted up to that number 73: 25, 50, 60, 70, 71, 72, 73. 
By seeing their thoughts on paper, you will be able to see where mistakes are happening.
TEACHER PREP: Laminate spinner board for durability, provide clear spinners (or a pencil and paperclip), provide answer recording sheet.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.8

9. COUNT IT UP!: Counting Coins
This set includes 24 coin task cards with answer recording sheet for use as a Scoot! game, scavenger hunt, or game of your choice! Answer key and images for the reverse side of the cards is also included.
TEACHER PREP: Laminate and cut cards, provide answer recording sheet.
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10. Target Number base 10, number sense mental math
Strengthens conceptual knowledge of base ten. Strengthens knowledge of rounding and estimating. Strengthens number sense used for mental math computations. Teacher Prep: Print, place in sheet protectors, provide dry erase markers.

11. Grid Kids Addition Bump This game is a fun and engaging way for students to build fluency with addition facts. Choose from 10 game variations using 1, 2, or 3 dice to add up to 3 numbers. Also includes 10, 20, or 25 to the sum of 2 dice. Teacher Prep: Print, provide dice and counters -or- place in sheet protectors and provide dry erase markers.
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12. Make a Ten Bingo Object of the game: Get five numbers in a row by making a ten with the number called by the teacher. Choose numbers randomly or use playing cards. Teacher Prep: Print, place in sheet protectors, provide dry erase markers.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2

13. Hang Ten - Make a Ten Use in pairs, teams, or whole group. Build addition and subtraction fluency within 10. Teacher Prep: Print, place in sheet protectors, provide dry erase markers.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2

14. Tic-Tac-Time 4 Game Levels that are sure to get the attention of your little gamers.
Time Keeper includes time to the hour and half hour.
Master Time Keeper includes time to the quarter hour.
Time Wizard includes time to five minutes.
Master Time Wizard includes time to the minute.
Teacher Prep: print and supply 9 counters
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15. Christmas Addition Bump This game is a fun and engaging way for students to build fluency with addition facts. Choose from 5 boards featuring Christmas trees, ornaments, elf hats, snowmen, or a mix of all four. 5 Different Games: add 2 dice, add 2 dice and add 4 more, add 2 dice and make 10 (subtraction required for rolls of 11 and 12), roll 2 dice and add 10, roll 2 dice and add 20
Teacher Prep: print and supply 12 counters or use dry erase method in the instructions
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2: Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.

16. Winter Sums
This is a minimal prep game to build fluency with basic addition and subtraction facts. Students will reinforce their understanding of fact families and inverse operations as they develop strategies to connect four squares in a row. Two players per page.
Teacher Prep: Provide one Winter Sums page, 2-color counters, and 2 paper clips for each pair of students.
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17. Surf the Sums Addition to 20, Addition to 10, or Create your own sums. This is a minimal prep game to build fluency with basic addition and subtraction facts. Students will reinforce their understanding of fact families and inverse operations as they develop strategies to connect four squares in a row. Two players per page.
Teacher Prep: print, provide 2-color counters, and 2 paper clips for each pair of students.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2

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Math Mega Bundle grade 2
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