In Unit 1 of the 2nd Grade Math Curriculum, we begin by building number sense for numbers up t0 1,000. Laying a strong foundation at the beginning will help make other math concepts more concrete. If you’ve seen the Kindergarten or First Grade Math Made Fun Curriculum, you’ll know that I LOVE to make things **FUN, hands-on** and **engaging** for students! That’s why I’m so thrilled to do the same for 2nd Grade! If you are looking to get away from the *boring box curriculum* or even just supplement your current math curriculum, THIS is the Second Grade Math curriculum for you!

I’ve designed the units so that you can use Math Made Fun as a **whole math curriculum** in any classroom or homeschool math instruction. Each unit includes a full scope and sequence, pre- and post-assessments, and complete lesson plans to help guide you through the teaching process. PLUS, I’ve included an outline in each unit that tells you exactly which grade standards are taught in the unit, so you can be confident that **ALL standards are covered**!

**Here are the 10 Units that will be included in the 2nd Grad: Math Made Fun Curriculum**

**Unit 1:** Number Sense to 1,000

**Unit 2:** Place Value to 1,000

**Unit 3:** Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 20

**Unit 4:** Addition and Subtraction with 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

**Unit 5:** Geometry and Fractions

**Unit 6:** Graphs and Data

**Unit 7:** Time

**Unit 8:** Money

**Unit 9:** Measurement

**Unit 10:** Multiplication and Division

## Each unit includes a **scope** with the** objectives:**

**Daily Lesson Plans** that offer differentiation for on-level, below-level and above-level students.

The lesson plans are broken down into **5 easy-to-follow parts:**

1. **Objective**– What students should be able to do by the end of the lesson.

2. **Review- **A quick warm-up that has students practice previous skills that will be used in the current lesson.

3. **Hook-**A fun intro to get students engaged.

4. **Mini Lesson**– Teach, model, and discuss the new skill in today’s lesson.

5. **Practice- **Each practice section lists three types of activities that pair well with the specific lesson.

**Center(s)- **New center(s) to be introduced with the lesson.

**Activity Pages-** These pages require some basic materials such as scissors, glue or dice.

**Practice Pages- **These only require a pencil and crayons! They are great for table work, homework or work on the go!

✸**Differentiation**– Each lesson include **scaffold** and **extension** ides to meet the needs of students at **all levels**!

**Pre and Post Assessments** for EACH unit!

** Material Wrap Up** Page!

**In Unit 1, students will learn the following grade level standards for Number Sense Up to 1,000: **

*Counting from 1 to 1,000

*Skip Counting up to 1,000 by 2s, 5s and 10s

*Identifying even and odd numbers

*Filling in missing numbers of 1 more, 1 less, 10 more and 10 less

## LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 1 IN ACTION…

## CENTER NUMBER 1: LEMONADE SKIP COUNTING BY 5

Flip a card. Skip count by 5s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 2: STARFISH SKIP COUNTING BY 10

Flip a card. Skip count by 10s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 3: FROGGIE SKIP COUNTING BY 100

Count the base ten blocks on a card. Decide if the equation is true or false and sort.

## CENTER NUMBER 4: SKIP COUNTING BY 2, 5, 10 & 100

Flip a card. Skip count by 2, 5, 10 or 100 to count the objects. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 5: SKIP COUNTING BY 2

Flip a card. Skip count by 2s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 6: SKIP COUNTING BY 5

Flip a card. Skip count by 5s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 7: SKIP COUNTING BY 10

Flip a card. Skip count by 10s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 8: SKIP COUNTING BY 100

Flip a card. Skip count by 100s to complete the pattern. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 9: MISSING NUMBERS

Use a dry-erase marker to fill in the missing numbers on the chart.

## CENTER NUMBER 10: PUZZLE PIECES UP TO 1,000

Fill in the missing numbers on the puzzle pieces. If you get stuck, use a 1,000 chart to help you.

## CENTER NUMBER 11: HOP TO IT SKIP COUNTING BY 2

Flip a card. Write the number on the first line. Use the skip counting rule to complete the pattern.

## CENTER NUMBER 12: TREASURE SKIP COUNTING BY 5

Flip a card. Write the number on the first line. Use the skip counting rule to complete the pattern.

## CENTER NUMBER 13: POPCORN SKIP COUNTING BY 10

Flip a card. Write the number on the first line. Use the skip counting rule to complete the pattern.

## CENTER NUMBER 14: EVEN AND ODD SORTING

Decide if the numbers are even or odd. Sort them to the correct card. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 15: WHAT COMES NEXT? (SKIP COUNTING BY 2S)

Read the numbers on a square on the board. Skip count by 2s to find the next number.

## CENTER NUMBER 16: WHAT COMES NEXT? (SKIP COUNTING BY 5S)

Read the numbers on a square on the board. Skip count by 5s to find the next number.

## CENTER NUMBER 17: WHAT COMES NEXT? (SKIP COUNTING BY 10S)

Read the numbers on a square on the board. Skip count by 10s to find the next number.

## CENTER NUMBER 18: FLIP AND ORDER

Flip five cards and put them in order from least to greatest. Write the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 19: BAG IT UP (NUMBER ORDER)

Flip a card. Put the numbers in order from least to greatest. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 20: HOUSE OF NUMBERS (NUMBER ORDER)

Flip a card. Put the numbers in order from greatest to least. Record the numbers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 21: EVEN AND ODD ACORN SORT

Pull a card. Look at the ten frame. Decide if the number is even or odd. Sort it to the correct card. Record your answers on the recording sheet.

## CENTER NUMBER 22: EVEN AND ODD- GRAB AND SORT

Grab a small, medium or large handful of counters. Put them in pairs on your game board. Record the number of counters on the cup and circle even or odd.

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know **EXACTLY** what you are covering! You can feel confident that **ALL** the standards for Second Grade are being covered!

## HOW DO I ORGANIZE THE UNITS?

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

You can purchase Unit 1 individually HERE or

**SAVE BIG WITH THE BUNDLE HERE**

janet Brubakken says

How long will this be on sale?

amoffatt says

Hi Janet!

Sorry for the delay! Each time a new packet is added to the bundle, the price will increase. The best time to buy a growing bundle is early on, because you will be able to receive all of the added packets at no additional cost.

Kindly,

Annie

yahoo sign up says

How long will this be on sale?

amoffatt says

Hi!

Since it is a growing bundle, the price of the bundle will increase each time a new Unit is added. If you purchase the bundle now, you will be able to download all new Units at no additional cost. Therefore, the earlier you buy in, the less it costs you.

Kindly,

Annie

Kylie says

I was wondering how many copies you advise making for each center. Are they meant to be done with a partner? Individually? With the teacher?

amoffatt says

Hi Kylie,

Many teachers either print one copy of each center, put out multiple centers and have students rotate between centers, or print multiple copies and have the students all working on the same center. I’d suggest to print one copy and see how it goes. If you feel the need to make duplicates, you can always make more. Also, many of the centers have multiple game boards, so they may not need to be duplicated. I hope this helps!

Kindly,

Annie