# Second Grade Common Core Math

## Eureka Math Tips and Newsletter for Parents – Every Module (K-8)

Eureka Math Tips and Newsletter Eureka Math (Engage NY) Tips and Newsletter for Parents Every Module Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Seventh Grade Eight Grade

More...## Math Application Word Problems (Grades 1-5)

Math Application Word Problems Engage NY / Eureka Math Grade 1-5) Application Problems. Print one packet per student. Students cut off the daily application problem and then glue it into their math journals. Or they can be used as classwide problems on the smartboard. First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade

More...## Interactive Adding – Matching Pairs for 20, 50, & 100 (1st Grade)

Interactive Adding Dream Box – Matching Number Pairs for Twenty. Students practice computation strategies and identify number patterns and relationships to make twenty in a variety of ways. Lesson Dream Box – Matching Number Pairs for Fifty. Students practice computation strategies and identify number patterns and relationships to make fifty in a variety of ways. Lesson Dream…

More...## Interactive Addition Patterns (2nd Grade)

Interactive Addition Patterns (2nd Grade) Dream Box – Matching Number Pairs for Two Hundred. Students practice computation strategies and identify number patterns and relationships to make two hundred in a variety of ways. Lesson Dream Box – Addition with Tens on the Number Line. Using an open number line, students jump by tens to decompose addition problems…

More...## Interactive Number Equivalency (2nd & 3rd Grade)

Interactive Number Equivalency (2nd & 3rd Grade) Second Grade Dream Box – Build Expressions Equal to Twenty. Using expressions that have one to three addends, this tool engages students in understanding various number pairs that equal up to twenty. Lesson Dream Box – Build Expressions Equal to One Hundred. Using expressions that have one to three addends, this…

More...## Number Talk Videos – Second Grade

Number Talk (2nd Grade) Second Grade Number Talk Examples Number Talk: 49 + 29 Number Talk: 16 + 15 Number Talks: Using Compensation

More...## Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials and Problems 3

Interactive Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials – Model and solve word problems with addition and subtraction. Online interactive tutorial (First-Fourth). Online Word Problems with Double-Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problem Set 1 Word Problem Set 2 Word Problem Set 3 Word Problem Set 4 Word Problem Set 5 Word Problem Set…

More...## Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials and Problems Level 2

Interactive Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials – Model and solve word problems with addition and subtraction. Online interactive tutorial. Second Grade and Third Grade. Online Word Problems with Addition and Subtraction within 20 – Challenge Word Problem Set 1 Word Problem Set 2 Word Problem Set 3 Word Problem Set 4…

More...## Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials and Problems

Interactive Problem Solving – Thinking Blocks Thinking Blocks Interactive Tutorials – Model and solve word problems with addition and subtraction. Online interactive tutorial. First and Second Grade. How to use Thinking Blocks Tutorial Online Addition Word Problems and Missing Addend Word Problem Set 1 Word Problem Set 2 Word Problem Set 3 Word Problem Set…

More...## Decompose, Branching, and Number Bonds Video Lessons for Teachers (K-2)

Decompose, Branching and Number Bonds Video Lessons (K-2) This resource provides strategies and tools for decomposing numbers through the use of branching. Branching* is simply a strategy of breaking apart and associating numbers in a way that creates friendly landmark numbers. This directly ties to the Common Core standards tagged in this resource as the…

More...## Problem Solving Strategies: Making Math Real (Teacher Video and Lessons)

Problem Solving Strategies – Making Math Real We hear it as math teachers all the time, “Use real-life examples in math problems.” Many of us take the problem given to us in a text book and try to relate it to real life. Sometimes it works, but usually, even though it is a step in…

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