Brain Quest 2nd Grade Math

Brain Quest 2nd Grade Math

by Marjorie Martinelli, Kimble Mead
     
 


It's O.K. to Be Smart…Math Smart!

Numbers. Operations. Fractions. The cylinder. It's the fundamentals of math and the pleasure of being a problem solver. Challenge yourself, challenge your friends– challenge your parents! Because learning plus practice, time drill and skill adds up to knowledge.

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It's O.K. to Be Smart…Math Smart!

Numbers. Operations. Fractions. The cylinder. It's the fundamentals of math and the pleasure of being a problem solver. Challenge yourself, challenge your friends– challenge your parents! Because learning plus practice, time drill and skill adds up to knowledge.

CURRICULUM-BASED! TEACHER APPROVED BY THE BRAIN QUEST PANEL OF AWARD-WINNING EDUCATORS

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761119302
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
04/01/2000
Series:
Brain Quest Series
Edition description:
CARDS
Pages:
75
Product dimensions:
2.64(w) x 7.86(h) x 2.05(d)
Age Range:
7 Years

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SAMPLE CARD #14

Questions:

1- 8 and 6 are the two parts of what larger number?

2- Do the lines on notebook paper run parallel or perpendicular to each other?

3- What does 12 tens plus 5 ones equal?

4- Patty's horse is 17 hands high. Pauline's horse is 3 hands shorter. How high is Pauline's horse?

5- The chef needs 40 apples. He has 12 red apples and 26 green ones. Does he have enough?

6- Divide 160 in half. What do you get?

7- Jan is in second grade this year. What grade will she enter next year?

Answers:

1- 14

2- parallel

3- 125 (120 + 5 = 125) (Genius Point!)

4- 14 hands high

5- no (12 + 26 = 38)

6- 80

7- third grade

SAMPLE CARD #1

Questions:

1- What three rows follow the tenth row?

2- Which shape has more sides: a square or a pentagon?

3- If 14 plus 15 equals 29, what does 29 minus 15 equal?

4- How many ounces in a pound?

5- You need 85 cents. You already have 15 cents. How many more cents do you need?

6- The movie costs $4.50. Yoshi has $2.25. How much more money does he need?

7- I am greater than 2 tens and less than 3 tens. My digits add up to 10. What number am I?

Answers:

1- the eleventh, the twelfth, and the thirteenth

2- a pentagon (5 sides)

3- 14

4- 16 ounces

5- 70 cents (85 - 15 = 70)

6- $2.25

7- 28

Excerpted from BRAIN QUEST 2nd GRADE MATH. Copyright (c) 2000 by Workman Publishing Co., Inc., and Groupe Play Bac, S.A. Reprinted with permission by Workman Publishing Co. All rights reserved.

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