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Week 11: Rising 2nd Grade Math Review

Rising 2nd Grade Summer Math Review

Congratulations! You are in the final stretch of departing 1st grade summer math review (a.k.a. rising second grade math). This is the last week! What did your child enjoy the most: the problems, the web sites, the books or the board games? Please share what worked or didn’t work for you. Thanks!

My son definitely enjoyed the math games on the websites the most.

p.s. The other weeks are here: Week 1, Week 2Week 3Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8Week 9, Week 10.

Monday, August 27

Roll two dice and add them. Record your answer. Do that 25 times. What sum did you get the most? (2 virtual dice here).

Tuesday, August 28

Open up a book to any page. Write down the number of the page. Is it odd or even? Add 1. Is the new sum odd or even? Try it again.

Wednesday, August 29

30 – 10 =

70 – 10 =

10 – 10 =

40 – 10 =

90 – 10 =

Thursday, August 30

Try some pattern block activities here.

Friday, August 31

How many times is the digit 2 written on the dates in the month of August.

Saturday, September 1

Practice counting money. Ask someone in your family for a handful of change and count it or go here.

Sunday, September 2

Write the numbers between 38 and 45.

Monday, September 3

How many days have you been on vacation?

Tuesday, September 4

The First Day of School!

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All the weeks for Going Into 2nd Grade Summer Math Problems are here:

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 1

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 2

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 3

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 4

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 5

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 6

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 7

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 8

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 9

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 10

Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems: Week 11

 

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

2 Comments

  1. Ann

    Thanks for sharing summer math! I liked that lots of the problems you could do without sitting down with pencil and paper.
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