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180 Days of Math for Second Grade [With CDROM] by Jodene Smith

180 Days of Math for Second Grade [With CDROM] by Jodene Smith

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180 Days of Math for Second Grade [With CDROM]

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Consistent practice is the best way for students to develop math skills and confidence, at any grade level. 180 Days of Math for Second graders provides workbook problems for each day of the school year, giving students ample time to use the skills they learn in class.

Each problem is tied to a specific mathematical concept, allowing students to master skills and prepare for the next level of learning. Students will practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as tackling algebraic thinking, data analysis, logic problems, and more.

With educational activities that are correlated to College and Career Readiness and other state standards, 180 Days of Math helps to prepare students for the future. The daily activities are great as homework or as additional reinforcement of math concepts outside of class.

The 180 Days of Math workbook includes data-driven assessment tips and digital resources for parents and teachers, making diagnostics easy. Encourage your Second grade students to approach math with confidence, not fear, with daily practice!

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