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Canadian Daily Math Grade 2

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MONDAY
Patterning and Algebra
1. Colour the shapes to make a pattern. Circle the core of the pattern.
What is your pattern rule? _______________________________
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2. What is the missing
number?
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
3. Count on by 2s from 20.
______ + 8 = 12
20, _____, _____, _____
TUESDAY
Number Sense and Operations
1. W
hat is the number?
tens _____
2. Write the numeral.
sixteen ________
ones _____
number _____
3. Double the number then add one.
5 + 5 = _____
A. nickel
so 5 + 6 = _____
Week 1
4. What is the name of this coin?
Canadian Daily Math Grade 2
B. quarter
C. dime
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WEDNESDAY
Geometry
1. Circle the name of this shape.
rectangle
triangle
2. How many sides does it have? _______
3. How many vertices does it have? _______
Traceand
anddraw
thenthe
draw
the shape.
Trace
shape.
THURSDAY
Measurement
1. What time is it?
2. Is the temperature hot or cold?
°C
50
40
30
_____ : _____
20
10
0
–10
–20
3. Which container holds more?
A.
B.
4. Measure the length of the line.
______
is about
about_______
______
ItIt is
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FRIDAY
Data Management
Mr. Tate’s students conducted a survey of their favourite pets.
Use the pictograph to answer the questions about the results.
Favourite Pets
Dog
Bird
Cat
3. Circle the pet students chose the most.
1. How many
students
chosechose the most.
? _____________
3. Circle
the pet students
2. How many students chose
? _____________
3. Circle the pet students chose the most.
3. Circle the pet students chose the most.
3. Circle the pet students chose the most.
4. Circle the pet students chose the least.
BRAIN STRETCH
The clown had 5 red balloons and 4 blue balloons.
How many balloons did the clown have in all?
Week 1
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MONDAY
Patterning and Algebra
1. Colour the shapes to make a pattern. Circle the core of the pattern.
What is your pattern rule? ___________________________________
2. What is the missing number?
______ + 4 = 10
TUESDAY
3. Count on by 10s from 70.
70, _______, _______, _______
Number Sense and Operations
1. What is the number?
2. Write the numeral.
tens _____
A. ten __________
ones _____
B. thirteen __________
number _____
3. Double the number then add one.
4. W
hat is the name of this coin?
4 + 4 = _______
A. nickel
B. quarter
C. loonie
so 4 + 5 = _______
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Week 2
WEDNESDAY
Geometry
1. Circle the name of this shape.
circle
triangle
2. How many sides does it have? _______
3. How many vertices does it have? _______
then draw
Trace
theand
shape.
anddraw
thenthe
draw
the shape.
Trace
shape.
THURSDAY
Measurement
1. Which tool would be best to
measure the length of a book?
2. Choose the better unit of measure
for the weight of a cat.
A. scale
A. gram
B. measuring tape
B. kilogram
C. clock
3. Which container holds less?
A.
B.
4. Measure the length of the line.
__
is about
about_______
______
ItIt is
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FRIDAY
Data Management
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Ms. Richardson’s students conducted a survey of their favourite ice
cream flavours. Use the pictograph to answer the questions about the results.
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Favourite Ice Cream Flavour
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Chocolate
Vanilla
Vanilla
Vanilla
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Chocolate
Vanilla
Vanilla
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry
One
stands for 1 vote.
1. How many students liked chocolate? ______________
2. How many students liked vanilla? ________________
3. How many students liked strawberry? _____________
4. How many students voted? _____________________
BRAIN STRETCH
There were 15 ants on a log. 9 ants walked away. How many ants were left?
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Week 2
MONDAY
Patterning and Algebra
1. Colour the shapes to make a pattern. Circle the core of the pattern.
2. Meg was adding 7 + 5 + 3.
I know that 7 + 3 = 10 and
then I can add 5 more.
The answer is 10 + 5 = 15.
Try your own way to add 6 + 8 + 4.
___________________________
TUESDAY
Number Sense and Operations
2. A. 74 = ______ tens
1. What is the number?
______ ones
tens _____
ones _____
number _____
B. 82 = ______ tens
______ ones
4. What is the name of this coin?
3. Circle the third turtle.
TTTTT
Week 3
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A. nickel
B. quarter
C. loonie
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WEDNESDAY
Geometry
1. Circle the name of this shape.
square
triangle
2. How many sides does it have? _______
3. How many vertices does it have? _______
Trace
shape.
Traceand
anddraw
thenthe
draw
the shape.
THURSDAY
Measurement
1. What time is it?
2. Estimate how long it would
take to sneeze.
A. less than one minute
B. more than one minute
_____ : _____
3. When do most people have
their bedtime?
4. Measure the length of the line.
________
A. a.m.
B. p.m.
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______
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Week 3
FRIDAY
Data Management
Here are the results of a Favourite Shape Survey.
Use the data from the pictograph to make a bar graph. Answer the questions.
Favourite Shape
Circle
Triangle
Square
Rectangle
1. How many people answered the survey? __________________________
2. What was the most popular shape? ______________________________
3. What was the least popular shape? _____________________________
4. Which shapes have the same number of votes? ____________________
BRAIN STRETCH
Carolyn had 18 pieces of bubble gum. She gave 9 pieces to Mike.
How many pieces of bubble gum did she have left?
Week 3
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