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January 2015 Second Grade Math Homework Calendar Level B Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 No School 5 No Homework! Welcome Back! 12 Write the following numbers in standard form, word form, and expanded form. 307, 679, 13, 542 19 No School 6 Add the following numbers. Regroup if needed. 24 +37 56+13 78+12 76+90 42+17 101+ 206 34+57 61+60 82+9 13 What is the biggest number you can make using the following digits? 1, 9, 5 7 Sarah has 16 cupcakes for the bake sale. Jen has 19 cupcakes. How many cupcakes do they have in all? 14 Practice your skip counting by 3’s, 10’s, and 100’s 20 Tim bought 7 pizzas for the party. Each pizza was $5 each. How much did he spend? How do you know? 26 27 Ben had 20 brownies for the bake sale. Steve had 14 cookies. They sold 17 items at the bake sale. How many treats do they have left? Math Facts (addition) http://www.abcya.com/jet_ski _addition.htm Multiplication Facts http://www.abcya.com/multip lication_grand_prix.htm Review Comparing Numbers http://www.abcya.com/compar ing_number_values.htm 9 Nicole has 3 apples. She buys 5 more at the store. She eats 4 when she gets home. How many apples does Nicole have now? 15 16 Practice your subtraction facts using flash cards. 22 Subtract the following numbers: 33-12 67-9 21-5 85-8 74-13 28-21 28 Skip count by 100’s: Start at 174. Can you make it past 1,000? No School 8 21 Count by 10’s: Start at 54 How far can you count? 2 Jane had 50 Pokémon cards. She got 10 more cards for her birthday. Jane gave 7 away to her sister. How many cards does she have now? 23 Teach your parents how to play Top It or Big Man. (Card Games in T) 29 Subtract the following numbers. 84-45 72-61 21-19 50-32 100-20 13-11 98-28 47-39 25-24 30 Practice your math facts by creating your own Math in a minute and having a family member time you for 60 seconds. Please cross off the assignments completed. I understand life happens, and some night’s homework is not able to be completed. At the end of the month please return this calendar. There is no need to send in all the assignments. At the start of each month your child will bring home a new math homework calendar.