Looking for easy to use, low-prep math activities to practice adding within 100? This print and use math centers set is perfect for your 2nd graders learning 2 digit addition within 100.
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- Teacher Directions
- Create a booklet
- Roll a Number
- Starfish Addition
- Draw a Number
- Lemonade Addition
- Answer Keys
With these five printable math stations, students will learn and practice the concept of adding two-digit numbers within 100 in a fun and interactive way.
✨What’s included in this set of 2nd grade math centers? ✨
✅ Teacher Directions so you’ll know exactly what supplies you’ll need and how to complete each activity.
✅ Booklet for Whole or Small Group so you can introduce the skill to everyone or reteach the skill to those who need it.
✅ Roll a Number: Students will roll a die two times to create a 2-digit number. Then, students will add the numbers to find the sum.
✅ Starfish Addition: Students will the first two numbers and write the sum in the last starfish.
✅ Draw a Number: Students will select two numbers from the cards to add together (one camping tent and one flashlight). Write the numbers on the recording sheet and solve to find the sum.
✅ Lemonade Addition: Student will add the numbers inside each lemon or lemonade glass and write the sum.
✅ Answer Keys
Not only does this resource make learning engaging and exciting, but it also lightens the load for you. With very little preparation required, you can implement these activities right away and witness a noticeable increase in student engagement and achievement.
Don’t miss out on this valuable tool for your 2nd grade classroom! Purchase today to unlock the power of interactive learning and watch your students thrive.
Increase student confidence in number relationships and mathematical thinking while saving yourself precious time.
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