Hope King and I are so excited to bring you a brand new math curriculum/supplemental resources for second grade. The Magic of Math is just what it sounds like – strategies and lessons that will engage your students all while teaching them all of the necessary skills needed to master the second grade concepts and standards. For teachers…that’s magic! 😉 This program is completely aligned with all Common Core and TEKS standards and will work with (or in place of) any math curriculum. All of the materials are easy to print and prep to hopefully save you some important planning time! 🙂 Check out all of the resources and materials included in this first month’s collection…
Month One: Number Sense and Place Value
Here is a quick look at all of the focus standards and concepts within the unit:
Each unit contains daily lesson plans. Each day is broken down into a daily word problem for math warm-up or journals followed by resources for a minilesson, student activities, and practice/reinforcement activities.
Here is a sneak peek at a few of our favorite minilessons and student activities:
We have included everything you need to build interactive notebooks that will allow your students to strengthen their content knowledge. This is also a great reference for the future if they are struggling later on remembering a specific skill. Many of the resources are differentiated to meet the needs of your learners.
When we said EVERYTHING is included…we truly mean anything and EVERYTHING that we use as teachers. We have also included vocabulary cards to display throughout the unit and/or to add to a math word wall. “I Can” statements are also included to display to show the standards and content that you will be covering with each lesson.
And finally…no math unit would be complete without formal assessments. These will allow you to track your students progress and mastery of each set of skills.
So go ahead and check math off your list for the first month of school! Our next unit will be out soon. You can check out our sequence of future skills as well as some book suggestions right HERE!
You can also pick up the first month of math by click on the image below!