Here are some ideas for the month of February. I hope you can use some of these ideas and activities in your classroom.
My students are learning how to count money. Here is a Valentine's Day counting money Freebie that I made a few years ago. You can get your FREE copy of the Valentine's Day task cards by clicking here.
If you need more money resources, check out my money unit. Click on the preview for additional FREEBIES.
Here is a mental math freebie.
You can get the Valentine's Day Math in my TPT store.
Heartprints by P.K. Halliman is the perfect book for teaching about kindness. It is similar to the book called Have You Filled A Bucket Today?
While I take attendance and lunch count, my students are busy with their morning work. It is a spiral review of skills that I have already taught my students. You can FREE sample pages of my February morning work for second grade by clicking HERE. You can buy the packet in my TPT store.
My early finishers practice math facts on the computer using the free web site Xtra Math. Xtra math is a great way for students to master math facts. It sends a weekly email to me so I can see how each student is progressing.
Roll and Cover is a fun way for my students to get more practice learning their addition math facts. Students roll two dice and find the sum. They cover the sum on the board. The first student to cover up all their numbers is the winner. Click here for a copy of the Valentine's Day Roll and Cover.
We are not suppose to give out candy at our school. For Valentine's Day, I am giving my students bubbles. You can buy them at Michael's or Target. Target sells them in multi-colors.