Next, I have a few 100 grids with just a few numbers written on them. You could have the kids fill these out as an entry task or review. I use them as ways to practice following directions. I will pass out a copy to all of my students and give directions on which numbers to fill out based upon the numbers already provided. For example: Write the number that is 10 more than 37. Write the number that is 3 less than 21. The great news about this activity is you can do this activity over several days because you won’t be filling in many numbers all at one time.
I found many, many wonderful freebies over at Lil’ Country Kindergarten. Even though she created them for her kindergarteners, these worksheets provide a fun way for second graders to work with a number grid while following written directions. Here is just one example of Lil’ Country Kindergarten’s finished number grids:
A Teacher Without a Class says
These are so fun. I love math ideas!
Storie…I'm going to say it again: this is a fabulous resource! I'm wondering if I can get mine together before school starts on MONDAY! If nothing else, I can get a start on it, I suppose. Would you mind sharing your 4-page doc you have at the beginning of the number grid section? Thanks again for posting about your binder!