FREE Summer Math Program for Rising 2nd Grade
My elementary school also recommends these great FREE math websites.
Free Fun Math Web Games for Kids
National Library of Visual Manipulatives Harcourt Grade 1
p.s. The other weeks are here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3.
Monday, July 9
34 white socks and 8 pink socks were in the wash. How many socks are in the wash? Show how you got your answer by making a number sentence.
Tuesday, July 10
What is 10 more than:
Wednesday, July 11
Play I’m Thinking of a Number with someone in your family. Tell the person “too high or too low” until they guess the number. Take turns thinking of a number.
Thursday, July 12
Find two examples of each 3-dimensional shape:
- a rectangular prism
- a cylinder
- a sphere
- a cube
Friday, July 13
Here’s another math game to practice sums of 10. Go here and play Number Twins.
Saturday, July 14
15 plums and peaches were in the fruit drawer. There are 7 plums. How many peaches are there? Write the number sentence.
Sunday, July 15
Write the months of the year. Tally the birthdays of your family and friends. Which month were the most people born in? Which season was the most people born in?
All the weeks for Going Into 2nd Grade Summer Math Problems are here:
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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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8 thoughts on “Week 4: Summer Math Fun for Incoming 2nd Grade Kids”
I wish I had a second grader! These are great games. Both for math and logical reasoning. Fabulous.
Thanks Charlene! You will have a second grader sooner than you think!
Thanks for the latest and the game links!
You are so welcome. Do you have a rising 2nd grader yet?
It’s a brilliant fun for enjoy and developing program for kids. Thanks for your nice post.
You are welcome! Thanks so much for coming to my blog!
Dear Mia, May I offer an informative venue for students everywhere. There is a website at http://www.chineseamericanheroes.org where students can read stories which will provide Asian/Chinese Americans with role models and also concise reports on Asian American history. This project has still a lot of information to research and finalize, but what is available has taken seven (7) years to gather, edit and publish. There are biographies of heroes few have heard of and are most inspiring. Hope that this information source is helpful and useful for all teachers and students.
Roger S. Dong, Chairman, Chinese American Heroes
Posted by Roger Dong
From my LinkedIn Group Voice of Asian Americans USA
Thanks for the website recommendation Roger. Sounds like a great resource!