2nd Grade -  Mathematics Skills

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Last updated 9/10

(A) Number, Number Sense and Operations Standard

(Based on State of Ohio
Curriculum Standards)

1. Use place value concepts to represent, compare and order whole numbers using physical models, numerals and words, with ones, tens and hundreds. For example:

a.    Recognize 10 can mean “10 ones” or a single entity (1 ten) through physical models and trading games.

b.    Read and write 3-digit numerals (e.g., 243 as two hundred forty three, 24 tens and 3 ones, or 2 hundreds and 43 ones, etc.) and construct models to represent each.

Concrete and abstract forms of learning how to count and place values.  Very good websites (1-2-3-4) 1. Mathematics in the Movies -  This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears in movies.   Interesting idea!!
2. Teachers Tool box
3. Math Web page   Listed you will find many methods of teaching math to your students.   4  Star
4. Flash Video on Place values of numbers.   Outstanding presentation of this idea.  4 Star
5. Group the Blocks and Identify  A place value game which can help children to understand how grouping works in numbers with hundreds, tens and units.  4 Star
6. Bead Numbers An online abacus involving some problem solving. The free area is a good teaching tool for demonstrating how an abacus with hundreds, tens and ones works.  4 Star
7. Numbers to 1000  Good for demonstrating place value for 3 digit numbers.  4 Star
8. Abacus   A great resource for demonstrating place value, counting, addition and subtraction. You need to click on the signs to add or remove beads.  4 Star
9. Addition & Subtraction   Truly an outstanding website.  You will want to use this over and over again!
10. Addition Vertical & Horizontal and Carry
11. Addition   Alien Addition space game used here to help in learning addition.  4 Star
12. Advanced Subtraction game   Very good
13. Crack the egg to see if you have the answer.
14. Addition  Jet ski addition game  4 Star
15. Subtraction Island chase Jet Ski subtraction game 4 Star
16. Subtraction quiz
17. Addition   Two digit
18. Calculation Balance  Great website to connect numbers to words. (Many different grade levels)

19. Math Dictionary animation for kids  This is an outstanding website allowing you to explore a comprehensive view of math with many examples  4 Star
20. Talking Calculator  Students will have fun entering number for all areas.
21. Sheppard Math  On line and fun site for learning Math  Covers a lot of areas.  4 Star
22. A Math Game Sheet for 2nd Grade  4 Star
23. Number Line - Manipulative
24. Base Ten  - Manipulative
25. Counter - Manipulative
26. Math Glossary   Click on this link to illustrate and teach.  This link will present a Visual illustration. 4 Star
27. Number Assembly Game 1  Children will apply what they have learned about reading and writing three digit numbers and demonstrate how to read and write four­digit numbers  4 star 28. Number Assembly Game 2  Children will apply what they have learned about reading and writing three digit numbers and demonstrate how to read and write four­digit numbers  4 star
29. Place Values  This is a Smart Board Lesson.  Outstanding and complete for learning this indicator.  Created by:  Sabrina Williams  4 Star
30. Math Jeopardy  Here is a jeopardy game that the 4 star
student can play right on the screen by themselves.  The highest score will be posted on the Internet for a few days.
4 star GET YOUR NAME OR CLASS POSTED AS WINNERS!
31. APLUS MATH   You may get yourself or your class ranked in the state when playing this game.   4 Star
32. Base 10 - build blocks to create numbers with tens and ones. 4 star
33. Base 10 Blocks - Exploring whole decimal numbers with blocks  4 star
34. Give the Dog a Bone - use a hundreds charts to find numbers.         A very good website.  Students will enjoy. 4 star
35. Math Addition  You may use any number with this website.  Very good
36. Math Subtraction  You may use any number with this website.  Very good
37. Addition Problems     Figuring out addition problems a unique way.
38. Subtraction Problems  Figuring out subtraction problems in a unique way.
39. Speed Addition  Level 1  This is another great website  where you must compete against the clock.     Much Fun  4 star
40. Speed Addition  Level 2  Only the best of the best can complete this one.  Much fun  4 star
41. Speed Addition  Level 3   it is here as of Oct 2006 See if you  can handle it. 4 star
42. Speed Subtraction  Level 1   Great website Fun to compete against the clock   4 star
43. Speed Subtraction  Level 2  Much harder can you do it ?
44. Speed Subtraction  Level 3   It is here as of Oct. 2006 see if you think you can handle it.
45. Mathematical reasoning level 1 See how many levels you may go to
46. Mathematical reasoning level 2  Harder than (1) can you do it? Must complete Level 1 to go to Level 2
47. 3-D Boxes  Calculate how many cubes you need to make the different 3D shapes shown with this Flash activity
48. Spooky Sequence - count by 5s 4 star
49. Spooky Sequence - count by 10s 4 star
50. Ghost Blasters - Click on ghosts that are multiples of ten.  Click as many times as you can, you can get multiple points on each ghost.  4 star
51. Funschool Falling Leaves   This is a game of catching falling leaves in a basket. The scoring of the game involves collecting single leaves until you have ten anf then they are moved into the tens column. If you miss leaves, numbers are subtracted. This demonstrates making tens and taking them apart. This is a simple game students can do independently
52. Kids Port.  Great site to assist in all areas
53. Arithmetic Workshop - Place Values    This online learning tool helps you learn about place value. You can move, break, and combine virtual models of ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands, while the value of the entire number is being written out in three different forms
54. Chip Abacus - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to move chips between the 1's, 10's and 100's place, seeing the quantities split or combine as needed.
55. Big Numbers  This site helps you understand place value and how to read and write large numbers
56. Ant Parade - count by twos and threes to pick correct number of ants
57. Connect the Dots - count by ones or fives
58. Connect the Dots - make a dog by counting by fives
59. Ghost Blasters - Click on ghosts that are multiples of ten. Click as many times as you can, you can get multiple points on each ghost.
60. Multiples of Three - connect the dots using multiples of three
61. Rabbits - Students recall multiplication facts using a hundreds chart. (Author - Kaye Maddox)
62. Splat Square - This hundreds chart allows the selection of any number by clicking a color to splat then clicking on the number.
63. Spooky Sequences - One of the ghosts is missing a number. Click on the numbers along the bottom to enter the right number in the sequence. one digit numbers (by ones) | two digit numbers (by ones) | three digit numbers (by ones) | counting by twos | counting by fives | counting by tens | backward by ones | backward by twos | backward by fives | backward by tens
64. Super Sequencer - Input the starting number of a sequence, the increment (amount of change), and then select the speed with which the next numbers will be displayed. an your students predict the next number?
65. Three is a Magic Number - Students learn multiples of three. (Author - Carol Senn)
66. Worksheet Generator - Print your own one hundred chart. A one hundred chart can be used to teach counting or skip counting.
67. Stores and word problems on this site.  I read each story and you will find that you may read these to your students or have them read themselves.  You will find the stories not only entertaining but hopefully the students will learn from them.
68. A plus for Math    This website will allow the student to use flash cards to review for their math.   Outstanding site.
69. Place Values  This is a Smart Board Lesson.  Outstanding and complete for learning this indicator.  Created by:  Sabrina Williams  4 Star
70. Video to accompany Smart Board lesson on Place Value
71. Subtraction game  Very good game

Double Function Machine

Two operation function machine with options to hide or reveal numbers and set all operations and numbers.

2.  Recognize and classify numbers as even or odd.

Math Facilitator Lessons 1. Number Line using a Mummy  Very good  Manipulative
2. Power Numbers 1  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning 4 star
3. Power Numbers 2  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning. This site requires password obtained from site 1   4 star
4. Power Numbers 3  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning.  This site requires password obtained from site 2  4 star
5. Odd and even numbers   You will find this site not only fun but challenging.  4 star
6. Color odd and even numbers - four different pictures are available
7. Dragon Eggs - Rescue the dragon's eggs by flying around the sea, deciding if the numbers are odd or even.
8. Ghost Blasters (Odd) - Click on ghosts that are even numbers. Click as many times as you can, you can get multiple points on each ghost.  4 star
9. Ghost Blasters (Even) - Click on ghosts that are even numbers. Click as many times as you can, you can get multiple points on each ghost.  4 star
10. Me Too - Students classify whole numbers as odd or even. (Author - Jan Dykes)
11. Twins - Students identify odd and even numbers. (Author - Sandi King)

3.  Count money and make change using coins and a dollar bill. You will discover a website with videos - worksheets- smart board to help you teach your students about coins.

1. Time and Money - Web Page Many examples
2. Counting Coins Money - Manipulative
3. Counting Money  -  Different levels of counting money.
4. Snack Machine  Using smart board determine values and
Submitted by: Joe Andrews
Outstanding website
5. Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with a numerical value.  Very good site 3star
6. Cash Out - You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out.  3 star
7. Excel  Students are to load up a spreadsheet in excel.  They then can enter in the correct number of coins to purchase several different items.  This is a very simple yet powerful example.  You may also have the students print this out
8. Making Change.  Nice site where students will have to give change on the computer and told if they are correct or not.
9. Coins for Candy - Students identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime. (Author - Sandi King)
10. Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with numerical number
11. Counting Coins - interactive learning exercises are designed to help your students learn and practice their coin counting skills. Create your own difficulty level based on your students' skill level and needs.
12. Counting Money - Help Kristen, Ryan, or Evan with their shopping. Six pages of problems are available; three easy and three hard.
13. Count the Coins - values up to 10 cents | values up to 50 cents | values up to 100 cents
14. Discovering Coin Values - a target amount is given and students drag coins to the slide to equal that amount [values over \$1.00 used occasionally]
15. Grandpa's Game -Students count money. (Author - Sandi King)
16. How Many Cents? Count the coins to show the total number of cents.
17. Let's Count Money (introduction and instructions) followed by a quiz - coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater than 50¢ but never more than \$1.00. This site uses both sides of the coins!
18. Money Flashcards - Coins and bills, or just coins, are displayed and students determine the value. Best used as a whole class review; this is not a game with an end. Occasionally values greater than \$1.00 are displayed.
19. Spending Spree game  In this game students pick the item that you would like to buy and then choose the correct amount of coins you need to pay for that item. This game has 10 questions.
20. Practice Counting Money  In this online game the student is asked to count out a certain amount of change by dragging pictures of different coins onto a table. There are three levels of difficulty.
21. Measurement Money   Counting coins to purchase items for a dog.

4.  Represent and write the value of money using the ¢ sign and in decimal form when using the \$ sign.
1. Quiz  Created by Danielle Becker
2. Piggy Bank - As coins drop students click on the right coins to equl some target amount. Two gamnes are available; eaqsy or hard.
3. Spending Spree - Pick the item that you would like to buy. Then choose the correct amount of coins you need to pay for that item. This game has 10 questions.
4. Too Much Noise - Students determine the fewest number of coins needed to produce a given amount. (Author - Sandi King)
5. Tutorials - select the coin (or combinations) you want your students to practice
6. U. S. Coins (printables' from Enchanted Learning) - Scroll a bit more than halfway down this page until you see Adding and Subtracting Coins (Printouts). Look below that to see about six dozen pintables' of various difficulty.
7. Which Coin? - Students select the coin that completes the total needed.

5. Represent fractions (halves, thirds, fourths, sixths and eighths), using words, numerals and physical models. For example:
a.    Recognize that a fractional part can mean different amounts depending on the original quantity.
b.    Recognize that a fractional part of a rectangle does not have to be shaded with contiguous parts.
c.    Identify and illustrate parts of a whole and parts of sets of objects.
d.    Compare and order physical models of halves, thirds and fourths in relation to      0 and 1. This tool explores several representations for fractions using adjustable numerators and denominators.  Very easy to work with and visual for students.  Great for LCD projectors

4 STAR

1. What is a fraction ( Flash software very good!) Many examples.
2. FRACTIONS GAME PAGE   4 STAR 3. Fraction Machine   You may use this machine to design and create your own fractions.   Easy to use and illustrate Fractions and decimal equivalent.  4 star
4. Fraction Bars – Learn about fractions using fraction bars. Virtual Manipulative
5. Fractions - Naming – Write the fraction corresponding to the highlighted portion of a shape. Virtual Manipulative
6. Fractions - Parts of a Whole – Relates parts of a whole unit to written description and fraction. Virtual Manipulative
7. Fractions - Visualizing – Illustrate a fraction by dividing a shape and highlighting the appropriate parts. Virtual Manipulative
8. Fishy Fractions - Fraction, Name, and Picture Match   In this game you help Ulani the pelican catch fish by matching written fractions to their picture form and numeric form.
9. Flowering Fractions -Students understand common fractions by using model representations. (Author - Roseanne Phillips)
10. Fraction Bar - add a bar then break it into fractions, decimals, or percents
11. Fraction Quiz using shaded portions of objects
12. I Want My Half - Students understand the concrete and symbolic representations of fractions. (Author - Sandi King)
13. Old Egyptian Math Cats Fractions - Add fractions like a true Old Egyptian Math Cat!
14. Percent Paint - - students paint blocks on a 10x10 grid – use this as a whole group activity and ask students to paint fractions or percents.
15. Down load PdF  Level K  I placed this on our website for you to down load
16. Fraction Flags game In this online game students are given colors to paint a flag and told what fractions each color should represent. Students can color in the fractional portions with non-contiguous parts if they wish.
17. Fractions (Number Line Placement)   This interactive website gives the student a fraction (between 0 and 3, with halves, 4ths, 8ths, and 16ths) and has the student drag the fraction to its correct location on a number line.
18. Fractions (Number Line Placement)   This interactive website gives the student a fraction (between 0 and 3, with halves, 4ths, 8ths, and 16ths) and has the student drag the fraction to its correct location on a number line.
19. Pizza Party  This is a simple activity where students choose the correct fraction to match a picture.
20. Revise Wise - Fractions This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about fractions, visualizing fractions, and equivalent fractions. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
21. Fractions - Visualizing - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative tells the student what fraction to make, then has then divide up a shape and color its pieces to match the requested fraction. New problems are randomly generated and help is given for wrong answers.
22. Fire-Fighters on Fractions.  Super Power Point on learning fractions.  This is a must for learning fractions.

6.  Model, represent and explain subtraction as comparison, take-away and   part-to-whole; e.g., solve missing addend problems by counting up or subtracting, such as “I had six baseball cards, my sister gave me more, and I now have ten. How many did she give me?” can be represented as 6 + ? = 10 or 10 - 6 = ?.

1. Base Blocks Subtraction  This online manipulative allows students to subtract with borrowing using base ten blocks that can be combined and split. You can do random problems or create your own.
2. Number Line ArithmLeon's Math Practiceetic - Virtual Manipulative This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division usign a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
3. Skip numbering  Add the numbers below and find the answer in the box.

7.   7.  Model, represent and explain multiplication as repeated addition, rectangular arrays and skip counting.

1. Basic Multiplication with Willie the Worm  This is a very cute and educational online game. The child decides how many trees Willie will decorate and how many ornaments he will put on each. Then Willie decorates the trees and an explanation is given showing how multiplication (by repeated addition) can be used to determine the total number of ornaments. The child can do the activity over and over using numbers from 1 to 9.
2. Number Line Arithmetic - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
3. Leon's Math Practice In this online activity you can learn math through modeling. By moving around virtual chips you can model addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems.  Very good for both Concrete learning and abstract
4. Skip Counting (Multiples)   This interactive website has the student click on all the multiples of a number within a 100 grid. Great way to visualize multiplication.  A long way to go about it ... but it works

8. Model, represent and explain division as sharing equally and repeated subtraction.

1. Revise Wise - Division  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about division strategies. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
2. Number Line Arithmetic - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
3. Leon's Math Practice This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
4. Math flash Game   This online activity is great for practicing all levels of arithmetic. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Pick if you want a picture to model the problem or not. Decide if you wish to just practice or play against a clock.  Click on new game then when you use the calculator for the answer click the blank area on the note pad and it will score then answer the next question Very good for both Concrete learning and abstract .

9.  Model and use the commutative property for addition.
10.  Demonstrate fluency in addition facts with addends through 9 and corresponding subtractions; e.g., 9 + 9 = 18, 18 – 9 = 9.
1. Paint Brush Math game  In this game students add single-digit problems to find out what colors to paint different parts of a picture. Fun for both students and teachers.
2. Callum's Addition Pyramid  In this game students choose easy, medium, and hard addition problems to solve in an Egyptian pyramid design. When they get 500 points, the mummy's tomb opens.
3. Mathblox game  In this online tetris-like game you match falling blocks to complete basic math problems. You can choose addition, subtraction, or multiplication, and you can pick how difficult the problems can be. Great fun and great skill builder!
4. Leon's Math Dojo  This is an online game where you control a martial arts frog and have to kick the correct answer to a math problem. You can pick the type of problem (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed) and the level of difficulty.
5. ArithmATTACK!   How many computer-generated arithmetic problems
can you answer in 60 seconds? Pick from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Also choose how large of numbers to use. Excellent for improving computation speed.
6. Math flash Game  This online activity is great for practicing all levels of arithmetic. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Pick if you want a picture to model the problem or not. Decide if you wish to just practice or play against a clock.  Click on new game then when you use the calculator for the answer click the blank area on the note pad and it will score then answer the next question Very good for both Concrete learning and abstract .
11.  Add and subtract multiples of 10.
1. Decimal Number Line - Identify and estimate decimal fractions on a number line. Move the pointer along the line, find a number between two others by looking at the next decimal place. Click on “Use the decimal number lines tool” at the bottom of the page.
2. Worksheet Generator - Print your own number line worksheets, you decide on the starting and ending numbers and the increment.

12.  Demonstrate multiple strategies for adding and subtracting 2- or 3-digit whole numbers, such as:
a.    compatible numbers;
b.    compensatory numbers;
c.    informal use of commutative and associative properties of addition.

1. ReviseWise - Adding Strategies   This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about adding strategies. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding. The only drawback is the use of English pounds instead of American dollars.
2. Adding 2-Digit Numbers  At this site you can choose to view mini-lessons on how to add 2-digit numbers, and then do interactive exercises where you do it yourself. The animations are cute and make the student do each step in the process.
3. Subtracting 2-digit numbers   At this site you can choose to view mini-lessons on how to subtract 2-digit numbers, and then do interactive exercises where you do it yourself. The animations are cute and make the student do each step in the process.
4. Combomatic (Addition and Subtraction) This interactive website teaches how to add and subtract more complicated numbers by first having the student do a simple problem and then giving them four variations of the problem within the same number families.
5. Spooky Sequences - One of the ghosts is missing a number. Click on the numbers along the bottom to enter the right number in the sequence. one digit numbers (by ones) | two digit numbers (by ones) | three digit numbers (by ones) | counting by twos | counting by fives | counting by tens | backward by ones | backward by twos | backward by fives | backward by tens  4 Star
6. Super Sequencer - Input the starting number of a sequence, the increment (amount of change), and then select the speed with which the next numbers will be displayed. an your students predict the next number?
7. Three is a Magic Number - Students learn multiples of three. (Author - Carol Senn)
8. Worksheet Generator - Print your own one hundred chart. A one hundred chart can be used to teach counting or skip counting.

13. Estimate the results of whole number addition and subtraction problems using front-end estimation, and judge the reasonableness of the answers.

(B)  Measurement Standard

1.  Identify and select appropriate units of measure for:
a.    length – centimeters, meters, inches, feet or yards;
b.    volume (capacity) – liters, cups, pints or quarts;
c.    weight – grams, ounces or pounds;
d.    time – hours, half-hours, quarter-hours or minutes and time designations, a.m. or p.m.

Some great sites discovered by: Mrs. Ketterick from Saint Francis de Sales

This is a link to a website designed to provided lessons in elapsed time using Videos, corresponding worksheets and Smart board

1. Interactive Clock  Outstanding
2. Teaching Time Outstanding site.  4 star
3. Telling Time     Outstanding site.  4 star
4. Bang on Time   Outstanding Site  4 star
5. Stop the Clock  15 minute intervals
6. Stop the Clock    5 minute intervals
7. Stop the Clock    1 minute intervals
8. Hickory Dickory Clock  Find the right time for the mouse and the cheese
9. Telling time Practice  Move the hands to tell the time.
10. Clock Works -   Three different level of learning.
11. TRAIN TIME -  Word and visual problem solving with time.
12. The Difference between two times.    -   This link will is a gain both a word and a visual problem. 4 star
13. Time around the U.S,  This website will show you the different times across the United States in one glance.
14. Time worksheet generator
15. Rock around the ClockMusic Video
16. What is AM and What is PM - Music Video
17. Weighing coins  Virtual Manipulate
18. Telling Time   Smart Board Lesson  SB
19. Telling Time Game Clock.  Teachers may adjust clock for Students to determine the correct time.
20. Telling time game  Using smart board students will learn how to tell time.  by Dan Hoffman SB
21. Telling Time game Using smart board and Cryptic clock Smart board by Dan Hoffman  SB
22. A Matter of Time - interactive quizzes on half hour, 15 minute intervals and five minute intervals - (story problems)
23. Analog Clock – (whole class activity) You call out a time and ask a student to set the clock.
24. Bang On Time - Read the time in words then stop the clock when the hands reach the right time.
25. Bedtime Bandits - (students try to stay up as late as possible by blasting killer clocks that drop from the ceiling) After each stage, identifying the correct clock gets harder and harder.
26. Clock Program – Start with either an analog or a digital clock, then set the other clock to the time given on the first clock.
27. ClockWise and Matching Time - select these two activities to practice telling time
28. Clockworks - Try to set the time on the clock. (four difficulty levels to choose from)
29. Daisy Math - Many levels of time to choose.
30. Draw Hands - free worksheets from Math Slice, time intervals from 1 hour to one minute
31. Right Time - Students explore the meaning of AM and PM while they tell time to the hour and half hour. (Author - Linda Burke)
32. Stop the Clock - match digital time to analog clocks, or written time, by dragging the digital clocks, or written time | to the nearest hour | to the nearest half hour | to the nearest fifteen minutes
33. Tell Time - free worksheets from Math Slice, time intervals from 1 hour to one minutes
34. Telling Time - Drag the five digital times to the correct analog clock, then press Stop the Clock to record your time. (30 minute increments) (15 minute increments) (5 minute increments)
35. Telling Time Practice - Drag the hands of the clock to show the correct time.
36. Time To Go - Students tell time to the half hour. (Author - Randy Russell) [hour and half hour only]
37. Travel Time - Which train falls in between the time limit?
38. Worksheet Generator - You decide on the variables; students tell the time or draw the hands on the clock face, time increments from half-hour to one minute, and answer sheet.
39. The Ruler Game - Learn To Read A Ruler (inches only - increments from inches to sixteenths)
40. Measure it - practice using a ruler - inches and centimeters
41. Centimeters - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
42. Centimeters - To Half Centimeter (from FunBrain)
43. Inches - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
44. Inches - To Quarter Inch (from FunBrain)
45. Teaching Measures – Choose from three modules; length, mass, and capacity. Each category offers several activities for your large screen display as well as supporting worksheets.
46. Worksheet Generator - (inches only) Print your own worksheets to let your students practice reading a ruler.
47. Weight and Capacity  Outstanding Flash presentation 4 Star
48. Flash Video on Estimation of Measurements. 4 Star

Measure with your students 4Star

1. Measure with Paper Clips    Have your students learn how to measure using paper clips.
2. Measure with Inches
3. Measure with Pounds
4. Which tool to measure with

Work sheets for telling time

Hours
Quarter Past
 Quarter To Examples Exercise 1 a Exercise 1 b Exercise 2 Examples Exercise 1 a Exercise 1 b Exercise 2 a Exercise 2 b
 Minutes Examples Exercise 1 a Exercise 1 b Exercise 2 Examples Exercise 1 a Exercise 1 b Exercise 2 a
Half Hours Examples Exercise 1 a Exercise 1 b Exercise 2 a

2.  Establish personal or common referents for units of measure to make estimates and comparisons; e.g., the width of a finger is a centimeter, a large bottle of soda pop is 2 liters, a small paper clip weighs about one gram.

1. Checking your 5 senses challenged    This site will allow you the teacher to show students why they should measure and not allow for their own senses to always make the correct decision.  4 Star
2. Estimation of Measurement  Flash presentation.
3.    Describe and compare the relationships among units of measure, such as centimeters and meters; inches, feet and yards; cups, pints and quarts; ounces and pounds; and hours, half-hours, and quarter-hours; e.g., how many inches in a foot?
1. Customary Units match game  In this "Concentration-style" game students are given 12 face down tiles with measurements in customary units. They need to flip over the tiles two at a time and try to match tiles that have equivalent measures (like "2 ft" and "24 in"). The tiles are randomly generated so they can replay game over and over.
2. Metric Units matching game   In this "Concentration-style" game students are given 12 face down tiles with measurements in metric units. They need to flip over the tiles two at a time and try to match tiles that have equivalent measures (like "100 cm" and "1 m"). The tiles are randomly generated so they can replay game over and over.

4.   Tell time to the nearest minute interval on digital and to the nearest 5 minute interval on analog (dial) timepieces.
1. A Matter of Time  A collection of lesson plans, interactive activities, and print materials designed to introduce the concepts of telling time and the changing seasons to primary students. Part of the Franklin Institute of Science Online Museum Educators feature "A Journey in Time."
2. Smiley Clock  Create a face for Smiley Clock by telling the correct time. Tell time by picking one from three choices. The clock gains eyes, nose, mouth and hair if you select the correct time.  scroll down on the website.
3. Snapdragon - Tell the Time  Try to make the hands on the clock match with the time the dragon gives. From BBC Education.
4. Identifying Time  It's a digital world, but it's still important to know how to tell time on a clock face! Test your clock reading skills here. Be sure to click the Next arrow to see all of the clock activities.
5. What Time Is It game  In this game students look at the analog clock and tell the time and then pick the digital clock that shows the same time. This game has 10 questions.
6. A Matter of Time - interactive quizzes on half hour, 15 minute intervals and five minute intervals - (story problems)
7. ClockWise and Matching Time - select these two activities to practice telling time
8. Telling Time - Drag the five digital times to the correct analog clock, then press Stop the Clock to record your time. (30 minute increments) (15 minute increments) (5 minute increments)
9. Telling Time Practice - Drag the hands of the clock to show the correct time.
10. Travel Time - Which train falls in between the time limit?
11. Worksheet Generator - You decide on the variables; students tell the time or draw the hands on the clock face, time increments from half-hour to one minute, and answer sheet.
12. Time - Analog and Digital Clocks Virtual Manipulative Interactively set the time on a digital and analog clocks.
13. Time - Match Clocks Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to show a given time on digital and analog clocks.
14. Time - What Time Will It Be? Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to indicate what time it will be before or after a given time period.

5.  Estimate and measure the length and weight of common objects, using metric and U.S. customary units, accurate to the nearest unit.

1. Are We There Yet? - Students select the appropriate unit of measure. [estimation is also included] (Author - Kaye Maddox)
2. Estimator - Practice estimation skills by determining the number of objects, length, or area. (parameters: error tolerance)
3. That's Right - Students estimate measurements in real-world problems using money. (Author - Kaye Maddox)
4. Walrus World - Students learn strategies for solving real world problems. (Author - Randy Russell)

6.   Select and use appropriate measurement tools; e.g., a ruler to draw a segment 3 inches long, a measuring cup to place 2 cups of rice in a bowl, a scale to weigh 50 grams of candy.

7.  Make and test predictions about measurements, using different units to measure the same length or volume.

1.    Identify, describe, compare and sort three-dimensional objects (i.e., cubes, spheres, prisms, cones, cylinders and pyramids) according to the shape of the faces or the number of faces, edges or vertices.
1. Shape Game   What can you make? This website will allow students to move shapes around and create using their imagination.  4 Star
2. Finding shapes on earth   Travel to the planet.
3. Solving for shapes  Nets.   Very good examples are give super to LCD projectors
4. Twizzle  A game using logic and geometry.
5. Geometry tool box.   This tool box will allow you to explore using a compass and ruler.   It has many outstanding qualities that may be used for teaching students.  If you have an LCD projector this website is for you.  4 Star
6. Video and examples of angles  Teaching angles.
7. Find the shapes  In this game you will free the princes if you follow the directions for shapes
8. Tick Tac Toe   A game to be played against the computer 3 star
9. Buried Shapes game  In this online game the student has to identify 3-D shapes that as partially buried in the ground in colorful pictures
10. Platonic Solids - Virtual Manipulative This online activity allows you to experiment with five platonic solids, counting their faces, edges, and vertices.
11. Prisms, Pyramids, Cones, and Cylinders  This web site uses pictures and clear explanations to teach about Prisms, Pyramids, Cones, and Cylinders. When done with the review, students can take an interactive quiz over what they learned.
12. Three Dimensional Review  This web site provides a good introduction (or review) of what a three-dimensional object is. After the review, students can take an interactive quiz where they distinguish between two- and three-dimensional objects.

2. Predict what new shapes will be formed by combining or cutting apart existing shapes.

1. Online Pattern Blocks  This java game allows students to use virtual pattern blocks just like the real ones, but easier to clean up and store! Students can meet this standard by putting pattern blocks together to make new shapes.
2. Tangram Puzzles  In this online activity students can move around virtual tan gram pieces to try to combine them into one of the provided final shapes.
3. Flash Video   Geometric shapes with Tangrams  4 Star

3. Recognize two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects from different positions.

1. Buried Shapes game  In this online game the student has to identify 3-D shapes that as partially buried in the ground in colorful pictures.
2. 2D shapes - identify and compare these shapes
3. Create your own pattern - drag shapes to create a pattern (Instructions on how to use this page in your classroom)
4. Geo Cleo - Students take a look at how to describe three-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
5. Identify Shapes - two- and three-dimensional geometric figures are used
6. Solid Pattern Pieces - Students name the different faces of solid figures to make objects using a pattern. (Author - Paulette Boggs)
7. What comes next? - find the next shape in the pattern

4.  Identify and determine whether two-dimensional shapes are congruent (same shape and size) or similar (same shape different size) by copying or using superposition (lay one thing on top of another).

1. Anglemania - (3-5) Students describe triangles using appropriate geometric vocabulary. (Author - Laurie Ayers) (decide if this is appropriate for your second grade students)
2. Mr. Mumble - Students take a look at how to describe two-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
3. Dam Jammer Game - Flips and Turns  In this online game you help Bucky the Beaver to plug holes in the dam by flipping and rotating basic shapes, and then placing them on the congruent holes in the dam.  This game is outstanding.  Everyone will enjoy playing this one!

5. Create and identify two-dimensional figures with line symmetry; e.g., what letter shapes, logos, polygons are symmetrical?

1. Ask Hannah - Students describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
2. Line Symmetry - many activities here

(D)Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard

1.  Extend simple number patterns (both repeating and growing patterns), and create similar patterns using different objects, such as using physical materials or shapes to represent numerical patterns.

1. Patterns    This is a flash video on understand patterns with objects and numbers.  4 Star
2. Butterfly

Color and pattern matching activity using the spots on a butterfly Odd One Out
F
ind the odd one out from the very sweet honey bears, it's more difficult than you think!

Pattern  You will discover that you may make this easy or difficult.  Outstanding website to view sequence patterns.

The Big Zing.  This is a fun website allowing students to participate in many different activities

3. Three types of patterns  Good -  best - Better
4. Who's Missing find the next pattern 4 star
5. Smart Board Lesson on Patters 4 star
6. Sound PatternsFun site
7. Cyper Pattern player - great site 4 star
8. Pattern Video  You will view an outstanding video on patterns.  It not only explains but will allow the student to answer questions.  4 Start
9. Patterns  This is a Smart Board lesson Created by:  Ana Rodrizuez
10. Guess my button   This site will allow the student to compete with the computer and try to figure out which button it is thinking of
11. Decoder Badge Badge - Dial    (Christmas Story) We have provided a  version of the printable 1936 decoder badge LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. This  version is for those who want to start decoding quickly. Just cut out the number disc, pin it to the front of the badge and away you go.  I have provided the two parts.  Great way to have you're kids learn patterns.
12. Crazy Pattern Machine This game involves choosing the missing element in a pattern. Students can complete this game independently.
13. Funbrain Number Cracker  Fun brain is a site for games that provide skill practice. Students can use these games independently. Number Cracker provides a series of numbers and the students must extend the series.
14. ReviseWise - Number Patterns  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about number patterns. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
15. Who's Missing game  In this game students have to fill in missing cartoon people in a sequence by choosing head shape, face color, and hat style. There are three levels of difficulty.
16. E-manipulatives - money, counters, number line, pattern cubes and more.
17. Math Lingo  For each term or definition, click on the matching piece on the game board. This site gives the user audio directions.

2.  Use patterns to make generalizations and predictions; e.g., determine a missing element in a pattern.

1. Pattern Blocks: Hands-on manipulative to learn the basic concepts of fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, and more...
2. Who's Missing game  In this game students have to fill in missing cartoon people in a sequence by choosing head shape, face color, and hat style. There are three levels of difficulty.
3. Lady Bug Manipulative   Create a program using the website to move the lady but in certain directions to find the Leaf.  This is a one of a kind program please try it and see how it works.  You're students will enjoy it.
3.    Create new patterns with consistent rules or plans, and describe the rule or general plan of existing patterns.
1. Who's Missing game  In this game students have to fill in missing cartoon people in a sequence by choosing head shape, face color, and hat style. There are three levels of difficulty.
2. Pattern Game  Pattern Game
In this online activity the student is given a bookcase of cute items to arrange in patterns that they create around a bedroom.

4.  Use objects, pictures, numbers and other symbols to represent a problem situation.

1. Introduction to Coordinate Graphing

Introduce elementary students to coordinate graphing through seasonal coloring activities.   The fall Jack-O-Lantern activity requires students to use the grid code and crayons or markers to create a jack-o-lantern on a blank 9x9 grid.   The use of letters on the horizontal axis and numbers on the vertical axis introduces young students to coordinate pairs without the confusion of the standard (h,v) format.   Notice that it is important that elementary students become accustomed to listing the horizontal coordinate first as this will transfer to the Cartesian coordinates they will use in later grades.

5.  Understand equivalence and extend the concept to situations involving symbols; e.g., 4 + 5 = 9 and 9 = 4 + 5, and 4 + 5 = 3 + 6 = ∆ + □…

6.  Use symbols to represent unknown quantities and identify values for symbols in an expression or equation using addition and subtraction; e.g., □ + О = 10, ∆ - 2 = 4.

7. Describe qualitative and quantitative changes, especially those involving addition and subtraction; e.g., a student growing taller versus a student growing two inches in one year.

1. 1.   Pose questions, use observations, interviews and surveys to collect data, and organize data in charts, picture graphs and bar graphs.

1. Amblegraph  This online tools lets you create simple bar charts in your web browser. Children can use it for very quick surveys or a teacher can use it to model the construction of a bar graph with a class or group. Most elements are editable.
2. Virtual Bar Chart  This virtual manipulative lets you create a bar graph right in your web browser. You can specify the number of columns and rows, label the items, and view totals or percentages.
3. Create a simple bar graph Open the spreadsheet to be seen by the entire class, or have individual students open it at their own computers. The spreadsheet will allow the user to enter data and labels for up to 8 items, while dynamically updating the bar graph. Begin by replacing the labels in the table with the words you want. Next replace the data in the table with the values you want As you wish you can click on and change the "Chart Title", "Data" title, and "Labels" title in the graph. This is a good way to generate a quick graph in class, or have younger children make graphs who are not as comfortable with Excel
4. Data analysis and Graphs   You will find an outstanding and an exceptional lesson using Smart Board technology.   SB  Created by Kim Taylor

2. Read, interpret and make comparisons and predictions from data represented in charts, line plots, picture graphs and bar graphs.

1. ReviseWise - This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about interpreting different types of graphs. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
2. Bar Graph  You can place values on this bar graph to see if you can come close to the correct number.  Difficult to be exact sometimes.
3. Bar Graph  This site will allow you to make several more opportunities to work with bar graphs.

3.  Read and construct simple timelines to sequence events.

4.  Write a few sentences to describe and compare categories of data represented in a chart or graph, and make statements about the data as a whole

5.  Identify untrue or inappropriate statements about a given set of data.

1. Bar Graph  You will notice that this bar graph has been adjusted to allow you to look at the results totally different from what is true. Look carefully to see the reason how the second graph is not written correctly. Two different bar graphs are made from the same survey of favorite foods. The students need to determine which graph is more fair and why, by studying the graphs and altering the data.

6. Recognize that data may vary from one population to another; e.g., favorite TV shows of students and of parents.

7.   List some of the possible outcomes of a simple experiment, and predict whether given outcomes are more, less or equally likely to occur.

1. Box Model - Virtual Manipulative This online activity models a probability experiment of pulling numbers from a box. First, the user decides which numbers, and how many of each, are in a box. Then the computer begins randomly drawing numbers and keeping totals. Superimposed can be a graph of the expected theoretical probabilities. This is excellent to show real v. theoretical probability, and the effect of the number of trials on the results.

8.  Use physical models and pictures to represent possible arrangements of 2 or 3 objects.

1. Pie Chart Manipulative Explore percentages and fractions using pie charts