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    Grade 2, Day 10 Math: Computation and Connections


    Estimated Time for Activity: Approximately 30 minutes


    Things to know:

    1. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.

    2. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email.


    Online Resource- Seesaw


    Activity 1:

    Overview: Computation and Connections

    Explanation: Using what you do in Computation and Connections in calendar, you will review skills and concepts in adding, subtracting, and skip counting.


    1. Find 5 ways to get to 50 using addition, subtraction, or skip counting.

    2. Find 5 ways to get to 100 using addition, subtraction, or skip counting.

    3. Find 5 ways to solve for 250 using addition, subtraction, or skip counting.

    4. Fill in the missing numbers on a 100 chart by skip counting and looking for number patterns.


    Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.

    Number Grid Puzzles and Number Grid Game:

    5. Fill in the missing number grid puzzles using your knowledge of skip counting and adding and subtracting on a number grid.

    6. Play a number grid game. All directions will be attached to the game when I send it to you through email.


    How is this assignment turned in to the teacher: Return in Distance Folder


    Science/ Social Studies:

    Estimated Time:  20 minutes


    Overview:  Lenape and Maps!  You will be applying what you learned about the Lenape way of life and create a map


    Assignment: Think of your backyard as the Lenape’s Woodlands.

    What would be there?

    Where would you find a water source?

    Create a map of the Woodlands

    Make sure you create a map with a title, a compass rose, a map key and that it is drawn to scale

    Make sure the map is colorful and neatly done

    Share you map with your family


    **Think about why the Lenape would need to know where their water source would be located.**


    If you are feeling daring…try to create a map from a different area, not the Woodlands and create a map for that Native American Group


    Online Resources: Create on Seesaw or on Book Creator