**It’s time to get back into full-gear with teaching. I know we can all hit a slump this time of year, but fear not – I have you covered. I have several products that are designed around this time of year. Actually, they are designed around this time of the month! **

Check them out here:

This January Math is designed for 1st graders. Using everyday things like snow and cold weather this time of year, this 45 page pack helps teach students all about math with these daily activities!

I have included 2 pages for each skill covered. I just like the extra practice for each skill.

Here are the skills that are included:

►Missing Addends (3 Digits)

►Find the difference

►Fact Families

►10 More, 10 Less, 1 More, 1 Less

►Counting Money

►Number Order

►+1, -1

►Count by 10’s

►True or False (math facts)

►Read a thermometer

►2-Digit Addition (No Regrouping)

►Missing Addends

►Counting On

►Count by 2’s

►Counting Backwards

►Telling Time (draw the hands to the hour or 30 min.)

►Expanded Form

►True or False (balancing equations)

►Ordering Months

►In and Out Boxes

►Place Value (matching)

►Sum Sort (less than 10, equal to 10, more than 10)

►Subtraction Facts

Similar to the January Math above, this one is designed especially for 2nd graders! **This set includes 45 pages of math practice for second graders for this time of year. **I have included 2 pages for each skill covered. One is easier or harder depending on the skill or the extra page for just extra practice.

Here are the skills that are included:

►Standard Form

►Count back by 10’s

►Count by 3’s

►Drawing Arrays

►Place Value (What’s the value?)

►Money (draw 2 ways to show the amount)

►Addition

►ubtraction

►2-Digit Addition and Subtraction(No Regrouping)

►2-Digit Addition and Subtraction (With Regrouping)

►3 2-Digit Addition

►10 Less, 10 More, 1 Less, 1 More

►In and Out Boxes

►Money (color in the coins to show the amount)

►Fractions (write the fraction of the shaded part)

►2-Digit Addition, then greater than, less than, equal to

►Reading a thermometer

►Time (color the correct time)

►Time (write the correct time)

►Elapsed Time

►Related Facts

►Doubles +1

►Balance the Equation

►Estimate to the closest 10

►Geoboards (drawing shapes)

►Money Riddles

First Grade Daily Math is just that- the best daily math exercises you can get for your first graders! Looking to add rigor to your daily math routine? Is so, then this January Daily Math will do just that. I have been using this in my own 2nd grade classroom for 4 years now with my learners who need extra review of 1st grade material. It has been amazing to see the growth each student makes by the end of the year.

This set includes 20 pages of daily math work. You can use this many different ways: morning work, homework, seat work, or early finishers.

I chose skills that second grade students would be working on this time time of year. The pages gradually get harder and skills that are covered in the earlier pages are revisited towards the end as well.

Here are the skills that are included:

►Missing Addends

►Fact Families

►Money

►Number Order

►2 Digit Addition (no regrouping)

►Subtraction

►1 More, 1 Less

►Counting by 10s

►Place Value

►Counting On

►Using a Hundreds Chart

►Count by 2s

►Time

►Expanded Form

►Count Back by 1

►Subtraction Boxes

►Write the Missing Sign ( +, -, =)

►Counting Money

►Draw the Hands on a Clock

►Sum Sort

Just like First Grade Daily Math above, Second Grade Daily Math is just as great!

Looking to add rigor to your daily math routine? Is so, then this January Daily Math will do just that. I have been using this in my own 2nd grade classroom for 4 years now. It is amazing to see the growth each student makes by the end of the year.

This set includes 20 pages of daily math work. You can use this many different ways: morning work, homework, seat work, or early finishers.

I chose skills that second grade students would be working on this time time of year. The pages gradually get harder and skills that are covered in the earlier pages are revisited towards the end as well.

**Here are the skills that are included:**

**►**Standard Form

►Measurement

►Time

►Missing Numbers

►3 Digit Addition

►Word Problems

►What’s the Value? (Place Value)

►Number Sense

►Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To

►Arrays

►Fractions

►Money

►Temperature

►Difference

►In and Out Boxes

►10 More, 10 Less, 1 More, 1 Less

►Related Facts

►Doubles +1

►Symmetry

►2 Digit Subtraction (with borrowing)

►Balance the Equations

►Geometry

►Skip Counting

This Winter Synonyms and Antonyms pack has a whopping 64 pages! You can’t miss this!

Math and Literacy Printables Activities Worksheets (64) pages of fun. All aligned to the Common Core

**This packet includes the following pages:**

**Which Snowman? (probability)

**Snowflake Nouns

**Build a “Long E” snow fort (follow the path of long e’s)

**Winter Compound Words

**Winter Syllables (1,2, or 3) (cut and paste)

**Can you spell the winter words (cut and paste)

**Synonym Mittens (Color blue if pair are synonyms, green if not.)

**Build a “Long A” snow fort (follow the path of long a’s)

**Help the children find their mittens (Synonym, Antonym Sort) Cut and Paste

**Help the children find their mittens (Odd and Even) Cut and Pasted (numbers)

**Help the children find their mittens (Odd and Even) Solve the problem, then sort by cutting and pasting

**It’s Time for Snow (Draw the hands on clock to show time given.)

**It’s Time for Snow (Write the time shown on clock.)

**Winter Fractions -Color the picture to represent the fraction given.

**How many words can you make from “snowman”?

**Correct a sentence (snow theme, correct mistakes)

**2 Pages ~Fill in the missing numbers (puzzles from the hundreds chart)

**Is it Odd or Even? (cut and paste)

**Odd or Even (color code)

**Long E or Short E (cut and paste)

**Long O or Short O (cut and paste)

**Scrambled sentences (unscramble the words to make a sentence)

**Fact Families Fort (color related fact families the same color)

**What goes in the box (in and out boxes) winter theme

**Snow Fact Families (2 pages)

**Is it a noun or a verb? (Cut and Paste sort)(winter words)

** 3 Pages ~Winter Picture Graphs (Answer questions)

**Snowman Addition Facts

**2 Pages of ABC Order (winter words)

**What Time is It? (Cut and paste, match times to clocks)

**2-Digit Addition (No Regrouping)

**2 Pages of 2-Digit Addition (Regrouping)

**2-Digit Subtraction (No Regrouping)

**2-Digit Subtraction (Regrouping)

**Expanded Form (Cut and paste, match the expanded form to correct number)

**What goes in the box? (in and out addition and subtraction boxes.)

**Snowball Tally Marks

**2 Pages of “What is the difference? What is the sum?

**Ordinal Numbers (Following directions)

**2 Pages of writing a set of numbers from least to greatest, then greatest to least. What is the median?

**2 Pages of Fact Families (Write the 4 problems for each set of numbers.)

**4 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (2 dice)

**2 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (3 dice)

**Just added…

*Skip Counting (2 Pages) (5s and 10s)

*Brainstorm ~ What do you think of, when you think of winter?

*Adjectives ~ Describe a snowman

*Write the steps to making a snowman (graphic organizer)

Then write in paragraph form. Draw a picture.

So, starting to feel a bit better now about that January “slump”? I hope these January packs help you with your teaching needs!