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Daily Word Problems Grade 2 Math

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Mathematic skills practiced include:
  • addition and subtraction facts
  • multiplication facts
  • 2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction without regrouping
  • 2-digit addition and subtraction with regrouping
  • counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s
  • telling time
  • money
  • fractions
  • reading and interpreting graphs and charts

    Cookie Recipes & Allowance
    Whether your children realize it or not, they use math every day, from doubling the cookie recipe to banking their allowance. But mention word problems and most children recoil. Word problems are designed to show that the mathematical principles your children are learning are related to the mathematical problems they will encounter in real life.

    Repeated, Daily Exposure
    Most math textbooks emphasize rote drillwork. But real life applications, the most important part of any subject matter, are often overlooked. Yet even if a math curriculum includes the national norm of about 10% word problems, most children benefit greatly from repeated, daily exposure. With just minutes a day, Daily Word Problems will help your children apply mathematical knowledge to analyze and solve real-world problems.

    Mimicking Real Life
    The hardest thing about doing word problems is taking the words and translating them into the math equation, so though the use of interesting themes, charts, and graphs, Daily Word Problems will help your child see patterns to solving these types of problems. Daily Word Problems' inclusion of diverse word problems to mimic the problems faced in the real world will help your children to understand that no matter what occupation they choose, they will need math.
  • Flip through the first 18 pages of this title.

    The weekly themes in grade 2 are varied - a picnic, pets at school, balloons, and little league.

  • 36 weekly sections
  • Each week's problems center on a theme, creating more meaningful and interesting practice
  • Monday through Thursday contain a one- or two-step word problem
  • Friday's format is more extensive and may require multiple steps, and may involve a chart or graph

    Publisher's Information
    Pages: 112
    Binding: Paperback
    Copyright: 2001
    ISBN: 9781557998149
    Publisher: Evan-Moor
    Consumable: Yes
    Reproducible: Yes

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    Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review.

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    One of My Kids' Favorites! November 8, 2013
    Reviewer: Kimberlee  
    We love the Evan Moor Daily Word Problems series! Always have! It's so easy to do one word problem a day -- often my children do many more than that in a day. It's usually one of the first books they finish in a school-year. My favorite part is that it keeps them working on those word problem skills every day.

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    Great Workbook! January 14, 2013
    Reviewer: Homeschool Mom of 3  
    Great workbook! We love that it comes in easy to use, doses. It is not overwhelming, but deep enough that my 2nd grader does have to use thinking skills and practice his Math skills he is learning or reviews skills he has previously learned. This is a workbook we will continue to buy for each new grade level.

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    Review by Sam's Noggin January 9, 2012
    Reviewer: Sam from Timberdoodle's Blogger Review Team  
    We are using this with Noah. There are 36 weeks of problems, labeled Monday through Friday for each week. The days are clearly marked, and there is plenty of workspace for him to use to solve the problems.

    Daily Word Problems covers a lot of different math skills, starting with basic addition and subtraction (with and without regrouping), and including multiplication, fractions, skip counting, tally marks, time, money, graphs, and charts.

    Math is not our family’s strong suit. This has been a fantastic resource to keep the real-life math going. Noah has been able to do almost every day without my help.

    Read the rest of this review at http://www.samsnoggin.com/2011/05/timberdoodle-review-evan-moor.html

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    Evan Moor Daily Word Problems Math ~ Review December 29, 2011
    Reviewer: Kayla from Timberdoodle's Blogger Review Team  
    I love all of Evan Moor titles.  I have however never used any of the Daily books from them. I was looking for something well rounded. This is totally it!! I will be buying one for all the ages of my children because of how my daughter loves this book. She doesn't like math, so I was very eager to try this with her because its more fun than just our normal math, it was one different for her and two it was based on word problems which I think she enjoys highly!!

    If you have a little one that needs math applied in a different way this book is wonderful for that purpose!!

    Overall I love this book and so has Lexi!! It means a lot to me when I am teaching my children something for them to really enjoy it, after all isn't that how REAL learning is suppost to go? I love it when I see them having fun with what I have given them!! This book is helping me do just that!!  

    Read the rest of this review at http://thearrowoodzoo.blogspot.com/2011/04/evan-moor-daily-word-problems-math.html

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    Good Math Book November 21, 2011
    Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
    My daughter has really enjoyed using "Daily Word Problems Math" Grade 2.  The problems are challenging, but not so much that she becomes frustrated.  

    The only thing I don't like is that they don't show you how to work the problems.  It just gives the answer.

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