Math Mammoth Grade 2 Review Workbook is intended to give students a thorough review of second grade math, following the main areas of Common Core Standards for grade 2 mathematics. The book has both topical as well as mixed (spiral) review worksheets, and includes both topical tests and a comprehensive end-of-the-year test. The tests can also be used as review worksheets, instead of tests.
You can use this workbook for various purposes: for summer math practice, to keep the child from forgetting math skills during other break times, to prepare students who are going into third grade, or to give second grade students extra practice during the school year.
The topics reviewed in this workbook are:
- addition and subtraction without regrouping
- even and odd numbers, and doubling
- telling time to the five minutes
- addition and subtraction facts within 0-18
- regrouping in addition and subtraction
- geometry topics
- three-digit numbers
- beginning multiplication
In addition to the topical review worksheets and tests, the workbook also contains many cumulative (spiral) review pages.
The content for these is taken from Math Mammoth Grade 2 Complete Curriculum, so naturally this workbook works especially well to prepare students for grade 3 in Math Mammoth. However, the content follows a typical study for grade 2, so this workbook can be used no matter which math curriculum you follow.
Please note this book does not contain lessons or instruction for the topics. It is not intended for initial teaching. It also will not work if the student needs to completely re-study these topics (the student has not learned the topics at all). For that purpose, please consider Math Mammoth Grade 2 Complete Curriculum, which has all the necessary instruction and lessons.
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Maria Miller was born and grew up in Finland where she also received a master's degree in mathematics in 1997. She loves math and teaching, so becoming a math teacher was a natural career for her. Miller started writing math books in 2002, prompted by her experiences in tutoring homeschooled children (from the USA). She felt the books they were using were inferior, especially when it came to conceptual understanding of mathematics, so she began to write books that focus on the concepts and the "why" of mathematics, though not forgetting the "how" and the needful practice. Over the years, her materials have become popular and appreciate, not only among homeschooling parents but also teachers and parents who do not homeschool. In her free time, she likes walking, bicycling, swimming, reading, watching HeartCheer channel, and listening to music.
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