Here is a Halloween Math Freebie for you. Click on the picture below to get your Halloween Math Review for 2nd grade.
Today my students were working in groups to build a structure using toothpicks and pumpkin marshmallows. They loved trying to see how high they could build it. Our school just received a grant for our STEM projects. I can't wait to incorporate more science into my teaching.
We also finished our pumpkin writing. I got this great idea from Teaching with Love and Laughter. You can get the writing paper here.
Tomorrow we are going to continue adding two 2-digit numbers with regrouping. I made these riddles for my students so they can get more addition practice. Click on the Halloween Riddles below for your free copy.
I made these Halloween math worksheets for my students so they don't forget the math concepts that I have taught them. They get so excited to see the seasonal worksheets that I create for them. The Halloween worksheets include place value, mental math, ordering numbers, fact families and missing addends. They can be used for morning work, homework, or extra practice as you work with a small group. Click on the picture of the Halloween Math Freebie for your free copy.
Now to order some books for Halloween. What are some of your favorite books to read for Halloween? I always enjoy reading the "The Little Old Lady That Wasn't Afraid of Anything". I would love to hear your suggestions.
We are learning about arrays in second grade. Since Halloween is just around the corner, we did an art project and made arrays to get some extra math practice. I can make a quick informal assessment to see which students are having difficulty with this concept.
Click on the picture of the Fun with Arrays for your free copy.