Second Grade Math Boom Cards

When I last blogged about my First Grade Math Boom Cards, many people were just beginning to discover the incredible Boom Learning platform, which made many teachers’ lives so much easier.  Assigning, asssessing, and differentiating became a breeze, and the fact that everything could be done online was probably the reason why there was such a big push considering the current circumstances. 

Well, my Second Grade Math Boom Cards are on their way! I have meticulously planned them to cover a wide range of topics that hit the Second Grade Common Core standards and more. They are divided into 12 units which can be played throughout the year, so scroll down and see exactly what is included in each unit.

What is included?

Second Grade Math Boom Cards

Unit 1: Number Sense to 1000

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.NBT.A.2
  • 2.NBT.A.3
  • 2.OA.C.3
Students will practice skip counting, identify even and odd numbers, and read and write numbers to 1000.

Unit 2: Place Value

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.NBT.A.1
  • 2.NBT.A.3
  • 2.NBT.A.4
This unit will help students build a solid foundation in understanding place value strategies. Students will understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones.

Unit 3: Mental Math

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.OA.B.2
  • 2.NBT.B.8
This unit was designed to encourage students to fluently add and subtract using mental strategies. Students will add and subtract within 20, add and subtract multiples of ten, add doubles and near doubles.

Unit 4: Addition Strategies

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.NBT.B.5
  • 2.NBT.B.9
  • 2.MD.B.6
  • 2.OA.A.1
Students will use different addition strategies such as decomposing numbers, using a number line, regrouping, carrying, and  using base ten blocks. They will also solve real life word problems.

Unit 5: Subtraction Strategies:  

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.NBT.B.5 
  • 2. NBT.B.7 
  • 2.NBTB.9 
  • 2.MD.B.6 
  • 2.OA.A.1
Students will use different subtraction strategies such as decomposing numbers, using a number line, regrouping, , and  using base ten blocks. They will also solve real life word problems.

Unit 6: Measurement:

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.MD.A.1
  • 2.MD.A.2
  • 2.MD.A.3
  • 2.MD.A.4
  • 2.MD.B.5
Students will measure objects in cm, in, m, and ft using standard measurement. They will also practice converting measurements from one unit to another, estimate the sizes of real life objects, and compare the lengths of objects. 

Unit 7: Addition and Subtraction within 1000

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.NBT.B.6
  • 2.NBT.B.7
Students will add and subtract within 1000, using concrete models and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction. 

Unit 8: Time

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.MD.C.7
Students will practice telling time to the nearest five minutes. They will also practice using terms such as five to, five past, quarter to, quarter past, and half past. 

Students will solve real life word problems and determine how much time has elapsed, and determine if daily events take place at AM or PM.

Unit 9: Graphing and Data

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.MD.D.9
  • 2.MD.D.10

Students will practice using tally charts, picture graphs, pictographs, bar graphs, pie graphs, line plots, and line graphs and analyze data.

Unit 10: Geometry and Fractions

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.G.A.1
  • 2.G.A.2
  • 2.G.A.3

Students will recognize 2D and 3D shapes and their attributes. Students will partition a rectangle into rows and columns and count the total number of units. Students will partition shapes into equal shares and describe the shares in fraction words.

Unit 11: Money

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.MD.C.8

Students will practice counting dollars and coins. Once they master counting money, they will practice solving a variety of real life money problems.

Unit 12: Multiplication

Common Core Standards: 

  • 2.OA.C.4

Students will practice the concept of multiplication by creating repeated addition and multiplication equations. Students will further practice identifying arrays, picture models, and number lines to determine the multiplication equations. Finally, they will understand the use of commutative property and use the knowledge they’ve learned to solve word problems.

Why should I try Boom Cards?

  • It’s interactive and fun.
  • It’s no-prep.
  • It’s paperless. (Happy Earth!)
  • It’s self-checking. (Yes! Kids will get immediate feedback.)
  • No more grading! (You will get detailed reports so it’ll be super easy to monitor your students’ progress.)
  • It’s easy to access.
  • You can utilize it using many different devices.

Do you want to try FREE Boom cards?

Do you want to try my FREE Place Value Boom Cards? Just click here or the picture above and play with your students!

It is free to sign up on Boom Learning, and you can pay a small fee if you’d like to have a virtual classroom where you can progress monitor your students. Trust me, differentiation and assessment will become a thousand times easier. Students will have fun learning, and all of the data will be at your fingertips. If you are new and you want to learn more about it, watch the videos below! 🙂

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