Math Warm-Ups Interactive PowerPoint – Grade 2
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A PowerPoint providing a series of warm-up activities for Grade 2 students across the mathematics curriculum.
A poster that explains the concept of length and lists associated vocabulary.
Use this weekly active learning guide to celebrate National Physical Fitness Month in your Grade 2 or Grade 3 classroom.
A match-up activity resource pack for students to use when exploring data.
A match-up activity for students to use when exploring data.
An activity to help students recognize coins and their combined amounts.
Thirty different bingo cards using analog clocks.
A number of the day worksheet with a variety of tasks to give context and meaning to a number.
A blank template for constructing graphs.
A clock that can be used for games or direct teaching.
This Mathematics unit addresses the concept of measuring, comparing and ordering length using informal units.
This Mathematics unit addresses the concept of telling the time to the hour, half hour and quarter hour.
An addition and subtraction fact sheet with a hidden MLK message.
A poster that explains 2-D and 3-D shapes and lists associated vocabulary.
Seventeen Measurement Goal Labels for lower elementary.
Forty-five measurement related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
0-100 displayed on a number line with a fish theme.
A puzzle using hour, half hour, and quarter hour.
12 and 24-hour analog and digital clock flashcards.
A worksheet for assessing knowledge of telling time to the minute, the relationship between units of time, converting between units of time and using ‘am’ and ‘pm’ notation to solve simple time problems.
A 10-slide teaching presentation for students to work with and understand ‘am’ and ‘pm’ notation, to solve simple time problems, and to use time zones around the world.
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