In second grade it is important to "memorize" your Math facts.  This means NO FINGERS!  A good way to learn these facts is to use the Fact Families.  For example:  7+5=12; 5+7=12; 12-7=5;  12-5=7

Click on Flashcards to practice your Math facts.  

Links for Math Games: 

       Math Stories: 

       Math Nook: (has a great game for counting money)

       A+ Math Games:

       Fun Brain:

       Kids Math Games:

       Baseball Math Game:

       Math Playground:

       All Math:

       Flash Cards to practice Math Facts:

       Sail On; Interactive Lessons:

Topic 1:  Understanding Addition and Subtraction

   Write addition number sentences: Stories about joining; writing subtraction number sentences. 

Topic 2: Addition Strategies

Adding 0, 1, 2; doubles; adding in any order; adding 3 numbers; making 10 to add 9, making 10 to add 8

Topic 3: Subtraction Strategies

Subtracting 0, 1, 2; thinking addition to subtract doubles; thinking addition to 10 to subtract; thinking addition to 18 to subtract; finding the missing part. 

Topic 4: Place Value: Numbers to 100

Models for tens; models for tens and ones; reading and writing numbers; using models to compare numbers; using symbols to compare numbers; before, after, and between; order numbers; number patterns on a hundred chart; numbers on a number line; skip counting; repeated addition or subtraction; even and odd numbers.

Topic 5: Counting Money

Dime, nickel, and penny; quarter and half-dollar; counting collections of coins; ways to show the same amount; one dollar. 

Topic 6: Mental Addition

Adding tens; adding ones; adding tens and ones; adding on a hundred chart; look for a pattern. 

Topic 7: Mental Subtraction

Subtracting tens; finding parts of 100; subtracting on a hundred chart; adding on to subtract. 

Topic 8: Adding Two-Digit Numbers

Regrouping 10 ones for 1 ten; models to add two0and one-digit numbers: models to add two-digit numbers; adding three numbers. 

Topic 9: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers

Regrouping 1 ten for 10 ones; models to subtract two and one-digit numbers; subtracting two and one-digit numbers; models to subtract two-digit numbers; subtracting two-digit numbers; using addition to check subtraction. 

      Topic 10: Using Addition and Subtraction

Adding money; estimating sums; ways to add; subtracting money; estimating differences; ways to subtract. 

Topic 11: Geometry

Flat surfaces, vertices, and edges; relating plane shapes to solid figures; making new shapes' cutting shapes apart; congruence; ways to move shapes; symmetry. 

Topic 12: Fractions

Wholes and equal parts; unit fractions and regions; non-unit fractions and regions; estimating fractional parts of a whole; fractions of a set. 

Topic 13: Measurement: Length and Area

Thinking about attributes; exploring length; measuring length using nonstandard units; comparing objects; inches, feet, and yards; centimeters and meters; exploring perimeter; exploring area.

Topic 14: Measurement: Capacity and Weight

Exploring capacity; measuring capacity using nonstandard units; cups, pints and quarts; liters; exploring weight; ounces and pounds; grams and kilograms. 

Topic 15: Time and Temperature

Telling time to five minutes; telling time before and after the hour; estimating time; using a calendar; Fahrenheit and Celsius. 

Topic 16: Graphs and Probability

Organizing data; pictographs; bar graphs; coordinate graphs; likely and unlikely; certain, probable, and impossible.

Topic 17: Numbers and Patterns to 1,000

Building 1, 000; counting hundreds, tens, and ones; reading and writing numbers to 1, 000; changing numbers by hundreds and tens; patterns with numbers on hundreds charts; comparing numbers; before, after, and between; ordering numbers

Topic 18: Three-Digit Addition and Subtraction

Mental math; estimating sums; models for adding with three-digit numbers; adding three-digit numbers; mental math: ways to find missing parts estimating differences; models for subtracting with three-digit numbers; subtracting three-digit numbers. 

Topic 19: Multiplication Concepts

Repeated addition and multiplication; skip counting; building arrays; even and odd numbers; writing multiplication stories; vertical form; multiplying in any order. 

Topic 20: Division Concepts and Facts

Division as sharing; division as repeated subtraction; writing division stories; relating multiplication and division.