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Showing posts with label Day 100. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Day 100. Show all posts

Count to 1,000 Freebie Booklet

Some of my students have been struggling with counting once they get over 100. I decided to give them a hand and have them make some booklets where they can count to 1,000 with little help. 

Count to 1,000 Freebie Booklet. Download this freebie and watch your students develop a deeper understanding of our number system up to 1,000, and have fun as well!

The kids started working on their booklets on Friday and they were totally into it!  You couldn't hear a peep in the whole room!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Count-to-1000-Booklet-Freebie-5165506

To make this freebie booklet, click the image above or click here: Count to 1,000 booklet.

I have a few games and activities I play with the children with these booklets. 
  • First, I have them trace the numbers, each hundred in a different color. 
  • Then, we play "find the number". With a small group, I'll name a 3 digit number and have a race to see who can find that number the quickest.  (I'll give a token to the first few to find that number.)
  • Then I'll let individuals call out 3 digit numbers for classmates to find in the booklets.
  • Then we call out numbers for them to name the number before or after.
  • I'll bet you can think of other ways to get the children to search their "Count to 1,000" booklets to help them get to know Number sense!

For a more complex resource, with more differentiation options, click the image below or see here: Count to 1,000 booklet.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Count-to-1000-Booklet-2314760?utm_source=blog%20post&utm_campaign=Count%20to%201000%20booklet

You have the option of making booklets with the numbers already there, having the children fill in most of the numbers, or having the children write ALL the numbers.  I had my second graders fill in the numbers, one page at a time. The first hundred were easy for them, but when they got to the second hundred, many of the children needed assistance.  Going through this process will really help the little ones understand our number system and its patterns, and help them develop their number sense!
 
Count to 1,000 Freebie Booklet. Download this freebie and watch your students develop a deeper understanding of our number system up to 1,000, and have fun as well!


Are You Ready for Day 100?

Holy cow, Day 100 is right around the corner! 

 
There are loads of ideas on Pinterest and teaching blogs all over the internet. The hard part is choosing the best stuff without having to spend a month on Day 100!  
 
Are you ready for Day 100? This post contains several ideas, resources, books, and freebies to help celebrate Day 100.

In the Common Core State Standards, most of second grade focuses on Numbers and Operations in Base Ten. Day 100 is a great day to celebrate the concepts of Place Value and Base Ten. Luckily, most of these activities go right along with these standards for this level!

Last year I posted about my tradition: Day 100 Caroling!  We really do go from classroom to classroom and sing a song. I wish I could share all the songs I've collected, but they're not mine to share, but I'd be glad to share my own: 100 Days Smarter (freebie). I think it's a nice reminder of all the work we've done so far this year! Plus, music, movement, and fun are all ways to help the brain remember things! Day 100 Caroling is one thing that kids tell me they remember about being in my second grade classroom.

Are you ready for Day 100? This post contains several ideas, resources, books, and freebies to help celebrate Day 100.

Here's an activity we've already been playing for a couple of weeks, since it's directly related to what we're working on in Math. (Adding and subtracting with 2 digits.) They really need to master the idea of adding and subtracting tens, and this freebie game is doing the trick!  Beanie Toss to 100

Are you ready for Day 100? This post contains several ideas, resources, books, and freebies to help celebrate Day 100.

For some of my kids, I need to challenge them with more complex computations. This game is a popular one, and makes them think. With my second graders, I have them figure out the number they're waiting for ahead of time, but older kids probably wouldn't need to do that. I Have... Who Has...? gives the children practice figuring out compliments of 100.  (57 +  = 100)

Are you ready for Day 100? This post contains several ideas, resources, books, and freebies to help celebrate Day 100.

Color Coded Number Grid Freebie There are tons of games that can be played on the Number Grid! My favorite is simply Race to 100 with dice or Race from 100 with dice. The children roll two dice, and proceed along the number line from 0 to 100. The subtraction version has them starting at 100 and counting backward to 0. The conversation that goes along with these games are as valuable as the number grid itself. For more of a challenge, or a quicker game, use 3 or 4 dice!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Color-Coded-Number-Grid-to-120-5154764?utm_source=72b&utm_campaign=Color%20coded%20number%20grid

Again, with second graders, I want to celebrate 100 with more than just counting to 100. This game gives the children practice adding and subtracting 100 to 4 digit numbers.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Mental-Math-Adding-and-Subtracting-100-to-4-digit-Numbers-428628?utm_source=73b&utm_campaign=Mental%20Math%20100

Want to make your life easier? Grab this bundle! It's got a little bit of everything, for lots of math levels and interests! 
And, of course, a few books for the occasion! Explore each image for an affiliate link to Amazon to learn more about the book! I never miss an opportunity to include literature in my math lessons.  My students love books!
 
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I find Day 100 brings much excitement from all levels. How will you be celebrating Day 100?


Are you ready for Day 100? This post contains several ideas, resources, books, and freebies to help celebrate Day 100.

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