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]]>The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun). This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!

**Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum**

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that **students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten **in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

There are **27 Hands-On Centers** in this Unit! I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

Flip two cards. Count and compare the number of items on the cards.

Grab some counters from the bowl with each hand. Count how many you grabbed in each hand, and compare the numbers.

Spin the spinner two times. Fill the ten frames to match the spins. Compare the numbers.

Count the number of balloons on each side. Decide which side has more balloons.

Count the number of beads on each side. Decide which side has fewer beads.

Count the objects on the card. Decide if the number is more than or less than 5.

Spin the spinner two times. Use snap cubes to build the number. Compare your spins.

Flip a card for each jar. Fill the jars with the same number of objects and compare.

Flip a card. Count the number of fish on the card. Put a number of fish in the fish tank that is more than the number of fish on the card.

Flip a card. Count the number of buttons on the card. Put a number of buttons in the jar that is less than the number of buttons on the card.

Count the number of objects in each box. Cover the boxes that have less than the given number.

Listen to the directions from your teacher. Circle or clip the set that has less or more.

Count the number of snap cubes on each side of the scale. Find the matching numbers and compare them.

Spin the spinner two times. Use snap cubes to count the number. Compare the two spins.

Look at the number on the strip. The alligator wants to eat the largest number. Find a number that will make the picture true.

Roll two dice. Count out the numbers to show how many and compare. Color a happy face for the larger number. Color a sad face for the smaller number.

Spin the spinner two times. Fill the jars for each spin. Compare the number of items in each jar. Color a happy face for the jar that has more items.

Spin the spinner. Find a ten frame with a number that matches your spin.

Read the directions on the top of the card. Count the number of cubes. Place cubes to match the directions at the top.

Count the items in each square. Cover the items that are less than the given number.

Count the items in each square. Cover the items that are more than the given number.

Count the items in each set. Check the box for the set that has more.

Count the items in each set. Check the box for the set that has less.

Count the number of dots on the top five frame. Fill the bottom five frame to show one less.

Count the number of dots on the top five frame. Fill the bottom five frame to show one more.

Count the number of dots on the ten frame. Circle the number that is one more.

Count the number of dots on the ten frame. Circle the number that is one less.

**NO PREP Practice Pages-** We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun **NO PREP **practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through **cutting and pasting**, **coloring**, **dice games **and **more**! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

You can purchase Unit 4 individually HERE or

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]]>**In this math unit on Telling Time, students will learn to: **

* Tell time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest 5 minutes.

* Use a.m. and p.m.

* Work with word problems about time.

**ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!**

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 7 has **15 hands-on math centers** and **59 NO PREP/Activity pages! **

The** Daily Lesson Plans** offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into **5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

✸**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

Start on the clock in the upper left corner. Add 5 minutes for each clock to follow the path to one of the bottom corners.

Flip a card and read the time on the digital clock. Show the matching time on the analog clock.

Flip a card. Read the digital clock. Cover the matching analog clock on the board.

Read the digital clock on the card. Find the analog clock that matches the time.

Read the start time on the analog clock. Read the directions in the middle of the card. Draw hands on the second clock to show the end time.

Roll a die. Read the times on the clocks in that row. Color a star each time you read a row.

Find the time that matches the analog clock on the board.

Spin the spinner. Color or cover the time that matches your spin.

Flip a card. Read the time. Write the time on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinners. Write the time. Draw the hands on the clock to match your spins.

Take turns with a friend reading the clocks. Each player uses a different color to cover the clock they read. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Read the analog clock and the digital time. Decide if they show the same time. Sort the cards to the correct mat.

Read and solve the word problem. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

Read the analog clock on the card. Find the clock words that match the time.

Read the card. Decide if the activity happens in the a.m. or in the p.m., and sort the card to the correct mat.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

Click Here to view the 2nd Math Made Fun Unit 1 post.

You can purchase Unit 7 individually HERE or

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]]>Unit 6 focuses on teaching second grade students how to use tally charts, line plots, bar graphs, pictographs, and pie charts.

**In this math unit on Data and Graphing, students will learn to: **

* Generate measurement data by measuring lengths of several objects to the nearest whole unit, or by making repeated measurements of the same object.

* Show the measurements by making a line plot, where the horizontal scale is marked off in whole-number units.

* Draw a picture graph and a bar graph (with single-unit scale) to represent a data set with up to four categories.

* Solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems using information presented in a bar graph .

**ALL 10 UNITS INCLUDED!**

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 5 has **13 hands-on math centers** and **49 NO PREP/Activity pages! **

The** Daily Lesson Plans** offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into **5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

✸**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

Flip a card and read the statement on the card. Look at the bar graph and decide if the card is true or false.

Flip a card and read the statement on the card. Look at the line plot and decide if the card is true or false.

Flip a card and read the statement on the card. Look at the picture graph and decide if the card is true or false.

Read the tally graph. Use the information to create two different bar graphs on the recording sheet.

Roll two dice and add the numbers. Do this twelve times. Fill in the line plot. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Pull some coins from a bag. Record the coins on the line plot. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Record the yarn lengths on the line plot. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Pick a card and read the table. Use the information on the table to create a line plot on the recording sheet.

Fill in the pie charts by coloring in the pieces to match the items on the mat. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Count the number of each item. Fill in the bar graph. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner 15 times. Tally your spins on the chart. Create and label a bar graph to match your results.

Count each item. Use the information to fill in the bar graph. Answer the questions on the recording sheet.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

Click Here to view the 2nd Math Made Fun Unit 1 post.

You can purchase Unit 6 individually HERE or

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]]>Spin the spinner and color the letter that matches your spin. Use any type of manipulative or counter to cover the letter. Spin and play until all letters have been covered.

Roll and Read! Roll a die, read the letters in that row, and color a star. Continue rolling and reading until all stars have been colored.

Lowercase Letter d practice…

Lowercase Letter b practice…

Spin and Write b and d Letter Reversal practice…

I hope this packet helps to make learning those tricky letters fun!

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]]>The Preschool Math Made Fun curriculum helps make learning engaging for little learners all while covering the skills needed to move to the next level (Kindergarten Math Made Fun). This unit is loaded with plenty of play-based learning!

**Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum**

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that **students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten **in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

There are **24 Hands-On Centers** in this Unit! I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

Identify the two categories. Sort the cards to the correct mat.

Sort the coins to the correct boxes on the mat.

Pick a card. Decide if the image is in the air or on land and sort.

Sort the snap cubes (or any other type of manipulative) by color onto the mat.

Sort the bears onto to the mat by small, medium or large.

Pick a card. Sort the card to the correct color mat.

Sort the bears (or any other colorful manipulative) onto to the mat by color.

Spin the spinner. Find an item in the room with the same color. Mark the mat and race to the top.

Pick a card. Sort the card to the correct shape mat.

Pick a card. Sort the card to the correct community helper mat.

Pick a card. Sort the card to the correct food group.

Pick a card. Decide if it is a letter or a number. Sort the cards to the mat.

Use the mat to sort the pattern blocks by shape.

Find a partner. Take turns flipping a card. Use manipulatives to show the position named on the card that you flipped. Tell your partner about your work.

Spin the spinner. Cover a picture to match the size on your spin.

Spin the spinner. Cover a picture to match the position on your spin. (3 pages)

Listen to the directions. Place the animal in the correct position.

Spin the spinner. Cover a picture to match the position on your spin.

Listen to the directions. Place the object in the correct position in the picture.

Weave yarn in, out, through, from behind, from in front of and around the holes on the card. This is a fun way to add some fine motor skills as well!

Your teacher will read directions to you. Listen carefully and follow the directions. This activity comes with two versions- 1-step directions and 2-step directions.

Pick a card. Sort the card to the correct positional word mat.

Read the color word. Spell out the color word with the letters. Find the cards that have a picture with that color.

Look at the items on each poster. Find more items around the classroom that are the color on the poster.

**NO PREP Practice Pages-** We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun **NO PREP **practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through **cutting and pasting**, **coloring**, **dice games **and **more**! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

You can purchase Unit 3 individually HERE or

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]]>**In this math unit on Geometry and Fractions, students will learn to: **

*Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces.

*Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

*Partition a rectangle into rows and columns of same-size squares and count to find the total number of them.

*Partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds, half of, a third of, etc., and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds, four fourths.

*Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes need not have the same shape.

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 5 has **19 hands-0n math centers** and **59 NO PREP/Activity pages! **

**Daily Lesson Plans** that offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into **5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.

**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.

**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.

**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

✸**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

Fill the picture with pattern blocks. Count how many of each shape you used.

Flip a card. Write the name of the shape. Decide if it is a 2-D or a 3-D shape. Then complete the information for the shape.

Spin the spinner. Find and cover a shape that matches your spin.

Spin the spinner. Find and cover a shape that matches your spin.

Spin the spinner. Find and cover a shape that matches your spin.

Pull a card. Complete the sentences to tell the number of rows, columns and sections there are.

Pull a card. Read the question. Look at the partitioned shapes to answer the question.

Flip a card. Count the total number of parts and the number of parts that are colored. Write a fraction to match.

Flip a card. Read the question. Write a fraction to answer the question.

Flip a card. Read the word problem. Draw a fraction to match.

Pull a card. Make a picture out of the number of shapes listed. Draw the picture on the recording sheet.

Spin the spinner. Draw the shape on the geoboard.

Spin the spinner. Cover a shape that has the same fraction as your spin.

Roll a die. Divide the shape into equal parts of the number rolled.

Spin the spinner. Cover a shape that has the same division as your spin.

Color the fraction on the shape. Decide if the first fraction is less than, greater than or equal to the second fraction.

Color the fraction on the shape. Decide if the first fraction is less than or greater than the second fraction.

Choose a card. Look at the fraction shape. Read the fraction. Decide if the card is true or false.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

Click Here to view the 2nd Math Made Fun Unit 1 post.

You can purchase Unit 5 individually HERE or

**SAVE BIG WITH THE BUNDLE HERE**

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]]>**Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum**

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

This comprehensive and full Preschool math curriculum ensures that **students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten **in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

*Daily scripted lesson plans

*A Scope and Sequence for each unit

* Pre-Assessments to help group students accordingly

*Post-Assessments to measure what students have learned

*Hands-on Math Centers

*NO PREP Practice pages for each lesson

*Material Wrap Up Page for each unit

*Suggested Intervention Materials

*Suggested Spiral Review Materials

*Unused pages for extra practice and review

There are **28 Hands-On Centers** in this Unit! It is HUGE! I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

Say the rhyme as you trace the number with a marker or your finger. Use these posters as open-ended manipulative mats.

Using a toy car, start at the green dot. Follow the road, changing directions at the yellow dot. Continue until you reach the red dot.

Flip a card. Say the number that is represented on the card as fast as you can.

Trace the number at the top using a dry-erase marker. Use play dough or manipulatives to form the number.

Spin the spinner. Cover the number that matches your spin.

Use play dough or another manipulative to show the number on the ten frame.

Spin the spinner. Count out that number of items to place on the mat.

Use play dough to make the shape of the number.

Count the number of items on the card. Match it to the correct number on the board.

Read the number on the mat. Add pepperonis to the pizza to match the number.

Pick a domino card. Count the number of dots on the domino. Write the number on the mat.

Flip a card. Cover a number to match the number of dots on the ten frame.

Flip a card. Place the same number of items on the mat to match the card.

Spin the spinner. Fill the ten frame to match your spin. Write or build the number in the box.

Flip a baseball card. Place it on the glove. Use manipulatives to fill the empty ten frame to match the ten frame on the baseball card.

Look at the number in the top corner. Add manipulatives to the ten frame to reach the number.

Sort the raindrops to the correct cloud.

Spin the spinner. Cover a circle that matches your spin.

Look at the number in the star. Cover all of the circles that match that number.

Sort each card to the strip that has the matching number.

Line up the turtles in order from 0 to 10.

Spin the spinner. Cover an item that has the matching number.

Flip a card from the finger counting pile. Find the card that has a matching ten frame.

Count the objects in each square on your Number Tower Mat. Build a tower with snap cubes to match each number.

Spin the spinner. Cover a number to match the number word on your spin.

Roll a die. Read and cover a number in that row. Continue until all numbers are covered.

Flip a card. Use manipulatives to build a set to match the amount on the card.

**NO PREP Practice Pages-** We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun **NO PREP **practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through **cutting and pasting**, **coloring**, **dice games **and **more**! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

Let’s Take a Look at a few of the the **NO PREP Pages** in action…

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]]>**Here are the 7 Units that will be included in the Preschool Math Made Fun Curriculum**

Unit 2: Numbers 6-10

Unit 3: Classify and Sort (Including Color Words and Positional Words)

Unit 4: Comparing Numbers 1-10

Unit 5: Patterns

Unit 6: Shapes

Unit 7: Measurement

Get ready to make **MATH FUN**! Hands-on Centers and Practice pages that will get young kids EXCITED about math!

Each unit will offer **two components **to help make the math units meaningful and engaging for whole group, small group or individual lessons. This curriculum gives the teacher flexibility and freedom to rearrange the units to fit the needs of his/her students. Since there are so many practice pages and centers in each unit, the teacher can use many of the pages and centers as a spiral review as the year progresses. The more challenging activities would be best suited for this type of approach.

Although preschool is optional, it is important to make sure that young students are fully prepared before they enter Kindergarten. Therefore, I have included a list of preschool standards that are covered in this unit. The **Preschool Math Standards Sheet** outlines which standards are covered by each practice page and center. Therefore, you don’t have to guess as to what standard is being covered. It is a relief to KNOW for sure that **ALL** the standards are being covered, and that students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten. This type of resource makes it easy for the teacher or homeschooler to supplement their current math curriculum or implement these units as new curriculum.

Below, you can see how each page corresponds with the grade level standards for preschool. Once you cover the specific pages for a standard with the NO PREP practice pages, you can now refer to the standards page for the centers. In contrast to a scripted word-for-word lesson plan, this math curriculum allows for flexibility, giving the teacher control of the scope and sequence.

**NO PREP Practice Pages-** We all know that kids need a lot of practice to help master math concepts and to help them retain the knowledge. So I’ve made sure that each Preschool Math Unit will have a variety of fun **NO PREP **practice/worksheet pages for students to practice, practice, practice! These NO PREP practice pages allow students to master math concepts through **cutting and pasting**, **coloring**, **dice games **and **more**! Best of all, you can refer back to the Preschool Math Standards page and see which standard each page covers! Furthermore, you can connect these pages to a center that covers the SAME standard!

**Math Centers-** Each unit will have a variety of math centers or stations to help students practice and apply skills and strategies taught within the math unit. These math centers are purposeful and will help to make each math concept more concrete. Math centers or stations increase student motivation by:

*****Providing meaningful learning opportunities

*****Fostering independence

*****Allowing for differentiation

***Best of all…**they make learning math **FUN!**

*******NOTE:** ALL math centers are also available in black and white. You can print the centers in black and white on colored paper to save on colored ink while still keeping it fun.

**students will be fully prepared for Kindergarten **in a variety of ways! The units allow for critical thinking, use of manipulatives, fun and engaging practice pages, and interactive centers that are sure to keep your students wanting more math!

There are **31 Hands-On Centers** in this Unit! It is HUGE! I’m excited to show you each center and how it works.

Say the rhyme as you trace the number with a marker or your finger. Use these posters as open-ended manipulative mats.

Using a toy car, start at the green dot. Follow the road, changing directions at the yellow dot. Continue until you reach the red dot.

Flip a card. Say the number that is represented on the card as fast as you can.

Trace the number at the top using a dry-erase marker. Use play dough or manipulative to form the number.

Roll the die. Cover the number that matches your roll.

Read the number at the top of the card. Draw that number of dots on the ladybug or use any manipulative to add dots.

Roll the die. Count out cookies to match your roll and put them in the jar.

Flip a card. Add that number of items to the mat.

Use play dough to make the shape of the number, add sprinkles or ice cream scoops, and fill the 5 frame.

Color or cover the number of items on each mat.

Read the number on the mat. Add eggs to the nest and spots to the butterfly to match the numbers.

Use manipulatives to count out the number of items needed to fill the jar.

Flip a card. Cover a number to match the number of dots on the five frame.

Flip a card. Count the dots on the five frame. Trace or cover a number to match.

Spin the spinner. Fill the five frame to match your spin. Add a tally mark to the number that was spun. Continue until a number has five tally marks.

Use play dough to make the shape of the number and count out the number on the five frame. Then find the two matching 5 frames.

Flip a card. Place the card on the cookie sheet. Count the correct number of cookies to match the number.

Count the items to build a pizza.

Spin the spinner. Cover an circle that matches your spin.

Look at the number in the star. Cover all of the circles that match that number.

Sort each card to the strip that has the matching number.

Count the objects and clip the number that matches.

Spin the spinner. Cover a circle that has the matching number.

Spin the spinner. Add the number of buttons or polka-dots that matches.

Count the objects in each square on your Number Tower Mat. Build a tower with snap cubes to match each number.

Count the items. Place a manipulative on each item as you count.

Color the gumballs as you count how many.

Roll a die. Read the numbers in the row that matches your roll.

Play with a partner. One partner calls out a color. The other partner says the number as fast as possible.

Sort the cards to the correct basket.

Fill in the missing numbers on the strip.

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]]>**In this math unit on Addition and Subtraction up to 1000, students will learn to: **

*Add up to four two-digit numbers using strategies based on place value and properties of operations

*Add and subtract within 1000, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value

*Add and subtract within 1000, using properties of operations

*Add and subtract within 1000, using the relationship between addition and subtraction

*Understand that in adding or subtracting three-digit numbers, one adds or subtracts hundreds and hundreds, tens and tens, ones and ones

*Understand that in adding or subtracting three-digit numbers, sometimes it is necessary to compose or decompose tens or hundreds

*Mentally add 10 or 100 to a given number 100-900, and mentally subtract 10 or 100 from a given number 100-900

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 4 has **23 hands-0n math centers** and **94 NO PREP/Activity pages! **

**Daily Lesson Plans** that offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

**5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.

**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.

**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.

**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

Count by tens to find the missing addend.

Place 2 dominos on the game board. Add up the numbers by decomposing the tens and ones.

Flip a card and solve the addition problem by finding the missing numbers. Write the numbers in the correct boxes on the recording sheet.

Flip a card and solve the subtraction problem by finding the missing numbers. Write the numbers in the correct boxes on the recording sheet.

Place a baseball on the mitt. Use place value strategies to solve the math problem. Write your answers on the recording sheet.

Flip a card from each pile and place them on the mat. Add the two numbers together. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip a card from each pile and place them on the mat. Subtract the red apple from the green apple. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip a card from each pile and place them on the mat. Add the two numbers together. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip a card from each pile and place them on the mat. Subtract the lily pad from the frog. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip over 4 cards. Place the largest card on the bottom box. Solve the addition problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Flip over 5 cards. Place the largest card on the bottom box right. Solve the addition problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Flip over 4 cards. Place the largest card on the bottom box. Solve the subtraction problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Flip over 5 cards. Place the largest card on the bottom box right. Solve the subtraction problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Flip a card and place it on the center of the mat. Follow the commands for each box. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

Add the two numbers together. Find the sum that matches the problem.

Solve the subtraction problem. Find the difference that matches the problem.

Add the two numbers together. Find the sum that matches the problem.

Solve the subtraction problem. Find the difference that matches the problem.

Pick a card. Add the numbers. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Pick a card. Add the numbers. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Pick a card. Solve the problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Pick a card. Solve the problem. Record the problem and answer on the recording sheet.

Follow the steps to break apart, group by place value and find the sum.

**EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie. Since Unit 3 has 49 math centers, I found it helpful to split up the centers into 2 bins.

You can purchase Unit 4 individually HERE or

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]]>**In this math unit on Addition up to 100, students will learn to: **

*Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one-step and two-step word problems

*Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies

*Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members

*Write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends

*Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction

*Add up to four two-digit numbers using strategies based on place value and properties of operations

*Mentally add 10 to a given number 0-90, and mentally subtract 10 from a given number 10-100

*Represent whole numbers as lengths from 0 on a number line diagram with equally spaced points corresponding to the numbers

*Represent whole-number sums and differences within 100 on a number line diagram

This 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Unit 3 is loaded with **49 hands-0n math centers** and **93 NO PREP/Activity pages! **

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grade: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 100

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

**Daily Lesson Plans** that offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

**5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.

**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.

**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.

**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

Solve the problems. Write the sums using a dry-erase marker. Check your answers on the key.

Solve the problems. Write the differences using a dry-erase marker. Check your answers on the key.

Solve the problems. Write the sums and differences using a dry-erase marker. Check your answers on the key.

Flip a card. Solve the problem and find the matching sum on the board. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the problem and find the matching difference on the board. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the problem and find the matching sum or difference on the board. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the problem and find the matching sum on the board. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the problem and find the matching sum on the board. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Roll a die. Solve the problems in your head that are in that row. Color a star each time you solve the problems.

Roll a die. Solve the problems in your head that are in that row. Color a star each time you solve the problems.

Roll a die. Solve the problems in your head that are in that row. Color a star each time you solve the problems.

Take turns with a friend solving the addition problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Take turns with a friend solving the addition problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Take turns with a friend solving the subtraction problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Take turns with a friend solving the subtraction problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Take turns with a friend solving the math problems. Each player uses a different color to write the answers. The first person to get three in a row wins.

Spin both spinners. Add the numbers. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Add the numbers. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Subtract the number of spin B from the number of spin A. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Subtract the number of spin B from the number of spin A. Record the equation on your recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the addition problem. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Solve the addition problem. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Read the word problem. Solve the problem. Show your work on the mat.

Read the word problem. Solve the problem. Show your work on the mat.

Read the word problem. Solve the problem. Show your work on the mat.

Read the word problem. Solve the problem. Show your work on the mat.

Read the word problem. Use the number line to solve the problem. Record the question and answer on the recording sheet.

Spin both spinners. Add the numbers and cover the number that matches.

Roll two dice. Add them together. Cover a subtraction problem whose difference is the sum of the dice.

Use the open-ended number line to solve the addition problem. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Use the open-ended number line to solve the subtraction problem. Record the equation on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Read the problem. Decide which segments of the number line you need to help you solve the problem. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

Roll a die. Solve a problem in that row and cover.

Complete each equation by filling in the missing addends.

Complete each equation by filling in the missing sums.

Break apart the 2-digit number into tens and ones. Write the new addition problem and solve.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Look at the numbers that are on the bubbles. Arrange them in the boxes so that the equation is true.

Add two numbers that are touching each other on the honey comb. Write their sum in the empty hexagon above them.

Starting in the upper left corner, work your way around the puzzle. Add or Subtract the given numbers. Record the final number on the recording sheet.

Flip a card. Use strategies based on place value and properties of operations to solve.

Flip a card. Use strategies based on place value and properties of operations to solve.

Flip a card. Read the word problem. Answer the question. Record your answer on the recording sheet.

**EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie. Since Unit 3 has 49 math centers, I found it helpful to split up the centers into 2 bins.

You can purchase Unit 3 individually HERE or

**SAVE BIG WITH THE BUNDLE HERE**

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