# 2nd Grade Foundations of Number: 2.2C, 2.2E, 2.2F First Day Plans

This unit is about extending the understanding of the base-10 place value system to include the thousands period and numbers up to 1,200. Students compose and decompose numbers through 1,200 in more than one way as a sum of so many one thousands, so many hundreds, so many tens, and so many ones using concrete objects (e.g., proportional objects such as base-10 blocks, non-proportional objects such as place value disks, etc.), pictorial models (e.g., base-10 representations with place value charts, place value disk representations with place value charts, open number lines, etc.), and numerical representations (e.g., expanded form, word form, standard form, etc.). Students use place value relationships in order to generate numbers that are more or less than a given number using tools such as a hundreds chart or base-10 blocks. Students compare whole numbers up to 1,200 and represent the comparison using comparative language and symbols. Students use number lines, including open number lines, to locate, name, and represent the order of these numbers.

I have broken down each TEK into Learning Targets to make it easier to track student progress and make working in a PLC easier. There are 10 skills in this unit! Each learning target contains intervention and enrichment skills. A student data sheet is included for students to reflect on their own learning for the unit. A teacher tracking sheet is included to make small group instruction easier!

Each day contains:

• Objective

• Learning Targets

• Materials

• Whole Class Teaching Activity

• Guided Math Activity

• Closure with an exit Ticket and answer key for most days.

You can use the Learning Targets to get ideas on Intervention and Enrichment skills.

Games and Engagement Activities in this unit include:

• Scavenger Hunt

• SCOOT

• Speed date Create

• Minute to Win It

• Ghost in the Graveyard

• Mirror

• 4 Square Draw Musical Shares

• Interactive Number Line

• SNAP

• 2 Truths And A Lie Musical Shares

# Standardized Test Review Games for ANY Content

Standardized Test Review... I don't need to say anything else! This product contains 5 easy to assemble games that kids love to play! All you need is a set of task cards or the review worksheet you were going to do and an engaging cooperative learning game is ready!

Games included:
Ghost in the Graveyard Tombstones
Sink or Swim
Balloon Pop
Football
Review Around (or Scavenger Hunt)

# Comparing Numbers Task Cards TEKS 2.2D

Comparing and Ordering Numbers: 20 challenging word problem cards with AUDIO! Your student can scan the code to have the problem read to them!

Comparing and ordering numbers is tricky, but these 20 task cards can help! Use them orally in small groups, or individually as a practice station in Math Daily 3 or in Guided Math. Another option is to use one card at a time with the entire class. Students can answer and track the cards they have completed on the included recording sheet. An answer key is also included. In addition, there is a whole class games to play with the cards.

Use these 20 multiple choice task cards to practice comparing and ordering numbers in a graph, by number, categories and reasoning. Cards 17-20 are challenging! A student answer sheet for students to record their answers is included along with QR codes on each card audio. That’s right! The problems can be read to your students! These task cards work well at Guided Math centers, BUILD, Daily 3 Math stations, for partner work, or with the whole class games. Use them with PLICKERS to assess the class!

These cards will look best in color, but will also print out fine in black and white. Simply print and cut along the guidelines. Laminate and use them again and again. Alternatively, you could print black and white cards on cardstock. Keep them in a baggie or whole punch and put on a ring
Includes:
20 Color and Black & White task cards with QR codes for audio!
1 whole class game
Student bubble sheet

# Math Stations 2nd Grade Foundations of Number

2nd Graders can compare and order numbers using number lines and open number lines. They can compose and decompose numbers using base 10 blocks, place value disks, pictorial models and numerical expressions. These math stations can help! 4 different station board activities are included. Print and fill the pockets! (Instructions for making the boards are included.) No laminating and minimal prep work saves you time! Print on colored paper to spice things up! When the unit is over, simply put the next unit in and you are ready to go! 20 color task cards (also in black and white for easy printing!) with QR codes with AUDIO for extra support are included. Use these for review after the unit, or in small group for Guided Math. Roll for Luck Task card game is included.

This Math Station Board groups student expectations 2.2A, 2.2B, 2.2C, 2.2D, 2.2E, and 2.2F to help extend their learning of the base-10 system.

Includes:

Problem Solving:
Must Do problem- Students will model a number using place value disks, base-10 blocks and open number lines
May Do problems- 7 problems using base 10 blocks, place value disks, and number lines. Student page included.
Challenge problems- 2 questions total modeling with manipulatives.

Math by Myself:
Today’s Assignment sheet
I Can Statements with faces students can color to evaluate their own learning.
Challenge problems- 2 questions total- place value math riddles

Math in Writing:
2 Must Do problems
1 Choice Board for May Do
Challenge problems- 2 questions total

Math with Someone:
Frayer models and a vocabulary list
Roll a Number
Race to the Pet Shop
20 Task cards for objectives 2.2D Comparing and Ordering Numbers With audio!

# Guided Math Station Boards

"What do I do with the other kids?" said the teacher. "Stations or independent work." replied the instructional coach.  "What do I put in the stations?" asked the teacher.  "Engaging, rigorous and differentiated materials of course!" answered the coach.  "Where do I get these materials?" asked the teacher.  "Um, well, what do you have in your room?"  the coach said as she wiped sweat off her brow.  The coach knows there isn't anything in the room or in the materials that come with the text book that meet the criteria of engaging, rigorous and differentiated.  I have had this conversation with teachers many, many times!  I felt helpless.  So did the teacher.

Teachers don't have time to write new math problems in 3 different levels for 5 different stations every week.  They don't have time to copy, cut, laminate, cut again and find storage for all of the materials.  They don't have time to hunt manipulatives and make sure they are all still there every day.  The also do not have the time and energy to proof every single item that is in the station to make sure it meets the rigor from the state.

This is how the idea of the Math Station Board grew.  We needed something that was easy to store and set up fast.  No laminating- or very little laminating! It also needed to last the week and be predictable each week so we didn't spend valuable minutes explaining the stations every week.  The students needed to be able to put the information in their notebooks or INB's so we wouldn't have tons of papers to deal with.

After designing the boards, I started writing the units.  Each unit pack has activities for all 5 stations!  Check out Unit 1 for your grade level!

The instructions to build the boards are below:

Materials:

3 Project Display Boards cut in half

Command hooks:

36 Mini clear and 10 medium white

21 Sheet protectors

Colored Paper for printing signs

Finished Product: (Steps Below)

Step 1:

Cut the project boards in half.

Step 2:

Using a sheet protector as a guide, position command hooks in the center of Section B.

Step 3:

Use spray adhesive to glue the Must Do, May Do and Challenge labels to the board.

Step 4:

Repeat this process with all 5 boards.

Each station is slightly different, so the small clear hooks are positioned in different places.  Follow the directions for each station board.

Individual Boards:

Math by Myself:

Cut 2 sheet protectors in half.  Tape one side of the halves to create a pockets.

Section A:

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section A.  (This sheet is for Today’s Assignment.) Attach hooks.

Put a 1/2 sheet above the whole sheet for task cards.  Punch holes in the top of the 1/2 sheet and attach hooks.

Section B

Put the two half sheets on either side of the title and challenge labels.  Attach hooks.

Section C

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section C.  Attach hooks.

Math in Writing:

Cut 1 sheet protector in half.  Tape one side of the halves to create a pockets.

Section A:

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section A.  Attach hooks.

Section B

Put the two half sheets on either side of the title and challenge labels.  Attach hooks.

Section C

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section C.  Attach hooks.

Problem Solving:

Cut 1 sheet protector in half.  Tape one side of the halves to create a pockets.

Section A:

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section A.  Attach hooks.

Section B

Put the two half sheets on either side of the title and challenge labels.  Attach hooks.

Section C

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section C.  Attach hooks.

Math with Someone:

Section A:

Put a whole sheet protector on the bottom of section A.  Attach hooks.

Section B

Put the two half sheets on either side of the title and challenge labels.  Attach hooks.

Section C

Fact Fluency:

6 Games are on this board- 2 in each section

Cut 3 sheet protectors in half.  Tape one side of the halves to create a pockets.

Section A:

Put 2  1/2   sheet protectors on the bottom of section A.  Put a command hook above each sheet protector for a game label. The labels are 1\$   sheets.  Attach hooks.

Section B

Put the two half sheets on either side of the title and challenge labels.  Attach hooks. Put a command hook above each sheet protector for a game label. The labels are 1/4   sheets.  Attach hooks.

Section C

Put 2  1/2   sheet protectors on the bottom of section A.  Put a command hook above each sheet protector for a game label. The labels are 1\$   sheets.  Attach hooks.

This year, I plan to be prepared for the question, "What do I put in the stations?"!