Weekly Math Magic Set 1


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1 Weekly Math Magic Set 1 Weekly Math Magic consists of nine weeks of mathematics printables designed to introduce, practice and review essential skills. Each week is presented in the exact same format providing scaffolded repetition to ensure that your students master these skills over the course of a year. Additional Weekly Magic sets are available in nine week sets. Weekly Math Magic covers almost every common core math standards across second grade, but depending on the needs of your students and their level of independence, these pages can easily be used in grades 14. Sets scaffold and increase in difficulty, so set one will be less complex than set four. Wording is altered slightly throughout the year so students become familiar with alternate terminology, such as fact family and related facts.
2 Weekly Math Magic! Each week your students will be presented the specific skills listed below, in the same order, allowing you to introduce, practice and review those skills and allow your students to focus on mastery over time. 1. place value 2. related facts/fact families 3. hundreds chart patterns 4. comparing and ordering 5. odd/even 6. geometry 7. numbers in word form 8. numbers in expanded form 9. skip counting 10. patterning 11. math vocabulary 12. measurement 13. calendar skills 14. money 15. fractions 16. time 17. equalities using unknowns 18. rounding & estimating 19. arrays 20. problem solving
3 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Write the amount shown. 2. Write the missing related fact for 3, 6, =9 3+6=9 93=6 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 17 odd even 6. Circle the name of this plane shape. square box cube 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 2, 4, 6, 8,,,,, A B C A B C Set 1/week one
4 11. Which word means the answer to an addition problem? addend sum difference 12. Which real object would be longer than ten inches? one green bean your arm an ant 13. How many days are in one week? 14. Circle the coin with the greatest value. 15. Color 1 of the group yellow. 16. How many minutes are in 3 one hour? A A A Is this number sentence true or false? 4+7 = 7+4 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows 2 rows of 5. How many are there in all? 20. At our school, 12 girls ride the bus. 8 boys ride the bus. How many children ride the bus altogether? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week one
5 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Write the amount shown. 2. Write the missing related fact for 2, 5, =7 75=2 72=5 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 20 odd even 6. Circle the name of this plane shape. pyramid point triangle 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 5, 10, 15, 20,,,,, A B B A B B Set 1/week two
6 11. Which word means the answer to a subtraction problem? addend sum difference 14. Circle the coin that is worth twentyfive cents. 12. Which real object would be heavier than one pound? a tomato a bowling ball a piece of gum 13. Circle the weekdays. Sunday Wednesday Saturday Friday 15. Color 2 of the group yellow. 16. How many seconds are in 4 one minute? 60 What is the name of this coin? Is this number sentence true or false? 8+2 = 8+2 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows 3 rows of 4. How many are there in all? 20. If Jack s fish tank has 8 goldfish and 6 angelfish, how many fish does he have altogether? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week two
7 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Write the amount shown. 2. Write the missing related fact for 1, 5, =6 5+1=6 65=1 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 6 odd even 6. Circle the name of this plane shape. pentagon hexagon triangle 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 3, 6, 9, 12,,,,, A A C A A C Set 1/week three
8 11. 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 are. even numbers odd numbers plain numbers 12. Which real object would weigh about one gram? T.V. remote pencil paper clip 13. Write the first day of the week. 14. Circle the coin that is worth five cents. 15. Color 5 of the group yellow. 16. How many hours are in 6 one day? What is the name of this coin? l l l l l l Is this number sentence true or false? 10+4 = true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows 4 rows of 5. How many are there in all? 20. Marley had 12 cookies. She gave away 5 to her friends at lunch. How many cookies did Marley have left? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week three
9 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Write the amount shown. 2. Write the missing related fact for 1, 7, =8 87=1 81=7 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 87 odd even 6. Circle the name of this plane shape. rectangle trapezoid hexagon 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 40, 50, 60, 70,,,,, jkljkl Set 1/week four
10 11. Which word is NOT another way to say number? digit numeral counter 12. About how long is a new pencil? 6 inches 3 centimeters one foot 13. About how many weeks are in one month? Circle the coin that is worth ten cents. 15. Color half of the group blue. 16. Is 6:00 A.M. morning or night? What is the name of this coin? cccc cccc morning night 17. Is this number sentence true or false? 6+6 = 2+8 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows 3 rows of 6. How many are there in all? eeeeee eeeeee eeeeee 20. Mrs. Sanchez gave Brian 7 stickers. She gave Sabrina 12 stickers. How many more stickers did Sabrina have? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week four
11 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Circle the value of the underlined digit? 70 tens Write the missing related fact for 12, 1, = = =1 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 15 odd even 6. Circle the name of this plane shape. hexagon pentagon octagon 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 13, 16, 19, 22,,,,, e j j e Set 1/week five
12 11. A number s is how much the number is worth. place value money 14. Circle the coin that is worth one cent. 12. About how wide would this real object be? 1 inch 1 yard 1 pound 15. Circle the fraction for onehalf. 13. How many weeks are in one year? Is 7:00 P.M. morning or night? What is the name of this coin? morning night 17. Is this number sentence true or false? 4+1 = 1+4 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows rows of. c c c c c c 20. My dog Buster dug four holes in the backyard and 8 holes in the front yard. How many holes did he dig altogether? Answer: Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Set 1/week five
13 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. In what place is the underlined digit: 9 tens Write the fact family for 3, 9, Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 19 odd even 6. Circle the name of this solid figure. ball sphere cone 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 4, 8, 12, 16,,,,,?.!!?. Set 1/week six
14 11. 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 are. even numbers odd numbers plain numbers 14. Circle the coin that is worth fifty cents. What is the name of this coin? 12. About how heavy would this real object be? 1 foot 1 pound 10 pounds 15. Circle the fraction for twothirds How many days are in one year? What would you most likely be doing at 11:30 A.M.? going to sleep eating lunch waking up 17. Is this number sentence true or false? 1+9 = 2+8 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows rows of. 20. Cara has 45 songs on her ipod. Brent has 55 songs on his ipod. How many more songs does Brent have? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week six
15 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. How many more tens are needed to equal 100? 2. Write the fact family for 6, 8, Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 70 odd even 6. Circle the name of this solid figure. 85 square box cube 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 10, 20, 30, 40,,,,, A j j j A Set 1/week seven
16 11. Which word describes numbers that tell order? first ordinal counting 12. About how tall is a doorway? 7 yards 7 feet 7 centimeters 13. Name the month that has 28 days. 14. How much money is shown below? $ 15. Circle the fraction for fourfifths What would you most likely be doing at 2:00 A.M.? brushing your teeth sleeping leaving school for the day 17. Is this number sentence true or false? 3+10 = 12+1 true false 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: This array shows rows of. How many altogether? 20. Grant needs 25 marbles to have a complete set. Right now he has 18 marbles. How many more marbles does he need to have a complete set? Answer: Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Set 1/week seven
17 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. How many tens altogether? 2. Write the fact family for 8, 9, Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 24 odd even 6. Circle the name of this solid figure. cylinder cube tube 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 20, 22, 24, 26,,,,, 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. Set 1/week eight
18 11. Which words means counting in a pattern? plussing adding skip counting 12. How long is a football field? 100 yards 10 yards 100 feet 13. Put these months in order: February April June May 14. How much money is shown below? 17. Is this number sentence true or false? 14+1 = 1+14 true false 15. Circle the set that shows shaded. 18. Round this number to the nearest ten: What would you most likely be doing at 6:00 P..M.? waking up eating dinner starting your school day 19.This array shows rows of. How many altogether? 20. It takes Sara 20 minutes to walk home from school. It takes Ben 35 minutes to walk home. How much longer does it take Ben to walk home? Answer: Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Set 1/week eight
19 Name: Weekly Math Magic! 1. Circle the value of the underlined digit? hundreds Write the fact family for 6, 7,13 3. Fill in the missing spaces on this hundreds chart piece: Use one of these symbols to compare these numbers: <, >, = Is this number odd or even? 100 odd even 6. Circle the name of this solid figure. pyramid cone triangle 7. Write this number in word form: Write this number in expanded form: Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. 6, 16, 26, 36,,,,, eece Set 1/week nine
20 11. Which word describes numbers or symbols that repeat in a special order? ordinal pattern timed 12. Circle the object that would weigh more than a ton? 13. What is the date of the last day of the year? 14. How much money is shown below? 15. Circle the set that shows 4 shaded What would you most likely be doing at 7:00 A.M.? waking up going to sleep eating dinner 17. Fill in the box to make this number sentence true. 7+3 = Round this number to the nearest hundred: Draw an array that shows 3 rows of 7. How many altogether? 20. Tina has 4 packs of gum. There are 3 pieces in each pack. How many pieces of gum does Tina have altogether? Work Space Draw a model that you could use to solve this problem. Answer: Set 1/week nine
21 Weekly Math Magic Key {Set One} Week One = < 5. odd 6. square 7. thirteen ,12,14,16, A B C A B 11. sum 12. your arm quarter 15. check student s drawing true Week Two = > 5. even 6. triangle 7. twentysix ,30,35,40, A B B A B 11. difference 12. bowling ball 13. Wednesday, Friday 14. quarter 15. check student s drawing true
22 Weekly Math Magic Key {Set One} Week Three = = 5. even 6. pentagon 7. fiftyfour ,18,21,24, A A C A A 11. even numbers 12. paper clip 13. Sunday 14. nickel 15. check student s drawing false Week Four = > 5. odd 6. trapezoid 7. fortyeight ,90,100,110, jkljk 11. counter inches dime 15. check student s drawings 16. morning 17. false
23 Weekly Math Magic Key {Set One} Week Five = < 5. odd 6. octagon 7. twenty ,27,30,33, jjejj 11. value inch penny 15. 1/2 16. night 17. true rows of Week Six 1.tens =12 9+3= =3 123= > 5. odd 6. sphere 7. nineteen ,24,28,32,36 10.!!?.! 11. even pound halfdollar 15. 2/3 16. eating lunch 17. true rows of
24 Weekly Math Magic Key {Set One} Week Seven =14 8+6= =6 146= < 5. even 6. cube 7. seventeen ,60,70,80, j j j A j 11. ordinal feet 13. February 14. $ /5 16. sleeping 17. true rows of Week Eight =17 9+8= =8 178= < 5. even 6. cylinder 7. ninetynine ,30,32,34, skip counting yards 13.February, April, May, June check children s drawings 16. eating dinner 17. true rows of 3 = minutes
25 Weekly Math Magic Key {Set One} Week Nine =13 7+6= =6 136= > 5. even 6. pyramid 7. one hundred two ,56,66,76, eceec 11. pattern 12. elephant 13. December check children s drawings 16. waking up check children s drawings 20.12
26 Weekly Math Magic Helpful Hints 1. Place Value 643 The value of 6 is is in the hundreds place. quick pictures> Comparing and Ordering > greater than < less than = equal to Example: 54 > 45 x 2. Related Facts Related facts are also called fact families. 3+4=7 4+3=7 73=4 74=3 5. Odd or Even Even numbers can be split into two equal groups and end in 0,2,4,6 or 8. Odd numbers will always have one extra piece and end in 1,3,5,7 or Hundreds Chart The square you see is just part of an entire hundreds chart. Tip:Think about patterns you see on a hundreds chart! 6. Geometry Solid Shapes are also called 3D shapes. You can hold a solid. Plane Shapes are flat shapes drawn on paper. 7. Word Form Example two hundred fortyfive 8. Expanded Form Example Write the next five numbers in the skip counting pattern. 10. Draw the next five symbols in the symbolic pattern. Be sure to test your answer with all of the numbers you are given AND the answers you fill in. Check for different kinds of patterns, like repeating patterns or growing patterns. Draw slowly and carefully!
27 11. Math Vocabulary Think of the special terms we use in math, for example using sum instead of answer to an addition problem. 12. Measurement Be sure to look for keywords like standard, metric, capacity or volume. These are all very different! 13. Calendar Skills Months of the year, days of the week, special holidays and seasons are all very important things to know automatically. 14. Money Always include the decimal point and dollar sign when writing money amounts! Example: $ Find unknown number Both sides of the equal sign must have the same value. 9+4 = Fractions The number on the bottom is called the denominator and always tells how many parts altogether. The top number is the numerator and shows a part of that number. Write your answer in the box like this: Estimation When you estimate and answer first you have to round and then add or subtract becomes = Time Write your answer like this: 1 45 : 19. Arrays An array is a way to organize objects to make counting them easier. Example: 2x4 is 2 rows of 4 objects 20. Problem Solving Read the problem at least twice. Look for keywords like in all, difference, how many more, how many left Work Space Use this space to draw quick pictures to help you solve the problem. x x x x x
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