Your second graders should be well on their way to mastering analog clock reading by now. Use this double-sided worksheet to assess your students' abilities to tell analog time to the nearest five minutes—with am and pm!
Bring geometry to life for your young ones with this butterfly symmetry activity that doubles as a coloring page! Your students will love learning all about extending patterns and matching shapes as they make their very own symmetrical butterflies!
A number line is one way students can determine elapsed time. Use this quick assessment to help you gauge student understanding of elapsed time by having them create their own number lines to find the answer.
This set of subtraction flashcards provides students with the opportunity to practice regrouping using whatever strategy works for them! Laminate a few sets of these flashcards and use them during independent work, small groups, or math centers!
Sin-Ku had 94¢ and bought a cookie for 75¢ from the bake sale. How much money did he have left? This worksheet encourages students to use the part-part-whole concept (number bonds) to solve subtraction word problems about money.
Do your students know how to solve word problems without a given operation? This mixed operation assessment can help you gauge student understanding of two-digit subtraction and addition word problems.