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Oh no! All the doors are locked and we really need to unlock the kitchen door. But to open the kitchen door kids need to answer correctly all the math problems in the ‘Unlocking the Door’ worksheet. Think your little ones can do it? Just print the worksheet, hand it to them, and find out how good their math is. Kids will need to know addition and subtraction with regrouping to be able to crack this one!

All the doors are locked and we really need to unlock the kitchen door. But to open the kitchen door kids need to answer correctly all the math problems in the ‘Unlocking the Door’ worksheet.

Fun way to learn equivalent fractions! It's a good idea too, maybe early finishers could try to make their own drawings for friends.

Color by number pages allowing older students to practice important fraction skills. Contains many fraction worksheets

Second grade common core math assessments, comparing numbers

Second Grade Common Core Math Assessments