So excited to be back with the 2nd grade blogging team this week! Can I just tell you how amazing these ladies are?!?! Back in August when we were brainstorming for the upcoming school year, all we could find on the internet was dull worksheets for 2nd graders. Yuck! Week by week we are changing the face of the internet with fun, hands-on activities for 2nd graders. This week’s spider theme is sure to please with the great variety of activities! Here we are starting out with some free spider themed puzzles for double-digit addition.
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To Prep: Print, laminate and cut apart the puzzles.
These puzzles do not require any re-grouping, so they are perfect for introducing double-digit to your 2nd graders. We’ll be moving to re-grouping in a week or two, but first I want Jaida to become confident with the fact that she can add double-digit numbers since she becomes easily frustrated with new skills. She breezed through these, so we’ll be ready for some tougher problems soon.
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Once your child’s creativity is sparked with this fun activity, take it a step further with these engaging resources:
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What’s the Point of Math?The Everything Kids’ Math Puzzles Book: Brain Teasers, Games, and Activities for Hours of FunIt’s a Numbers Game! Baseball: The math behind the perfect pitch, the game-winning grand slam, and so much more!I’m Trying to Love MathCounting CrocodilesCurious George Learns to Count from 1 to 100 Big BookLet’s Count Soft Book – World of Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpillar Baby Teething Crinkle Book
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If you are looking for more Spider-Themed Activities, the 2nd grade blogging team has got you covered! Check out these awesome spider activities!
- Spider Web Skip Counting from Rainy Day Mum
- Spider Multiplication from Still Playing School
- Spider Skip Counting Puzzles from Creative Family Fun
- Spider Lap Book from Preschool Powol Packets
- Spider Web Noun Sort & Printable from School Time Snippets
- Learning with Art: Tape Resist Spider Web from Crafty Kids at Home
- Learning with Spider Webs from Planet Smarty Pants