# Brain Quest 2nd Grade Math

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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## Overview

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

## Related Subjects

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?

1- 14

2- parallel

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

4- 14 hands high

5- no (12 + 26 = 38)

6- 80

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?

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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