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Christmas Math---Missing Addends Freebie--math freebie for first and second grade(Mad Minutes Graph) 1st Grade Math Worksheets, Christmas Math, Christmas Decor, Second Grade Math, Grade 2, Math Addition, Homeschool Math, Homeschool Worksheets, Homeschooling

Christmas Math Printables and a Freebie

I have been busy making math worksheets for my second graders. They love it when I make worksheets with all the adorable clip art! There are so many talented artists out there! This packet includes the following printables: *10 More and 10 Less *100 More and 100 Less *Missing Addends *2-Digit Subtraction with and without regrouping *2 Digit Addition with and without regrouping *Math Facts Practice *Ordering Numbers *Comparing Numbers *Word Problems *Money *Skip Counting *Telling Time…

Christmas Subtraction Word Problems with Unknown for second grade---Free math printable for second grade *saved/printed Second Grade Math, Grade 2, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Math Subtraction, Subtraction Strategies, Math Problem Solving, Solving Equations, Free Math Worksheets

Christmas Subtraction Word Problems with Unknown

My students have been busy solving word problems this last week. They have been doing a super job on writing equations and solving them. Click on the subtraction word problem picture for your copy. We received a special gift from Santa this week. Our principal hand delivered it to our room. The students were so excited to see what was inside it. Here he our elf watching the students work. They have been really good since the elf has come to our classroom because they know that the elf goes…

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Christmas and Winter - Literacy and Math Activities

Counting by Tens - Christmas and Winter Themed Literacy and Math (worksheets and centers) 100+ pages K-1

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Winter No Prep Math - 1st Grade

This is a **FREE** SAMPLE PAGE taken from my 1st Grade Winter NO PREP Math Pack. Enjoy! #1stGrade #CommonCore

These Christmas Math Color-by-Number activities are the perfect way to review key math skills this month! As one teacher said, "My students loved the Halloween version of these activities! I used them as a "Fun Friday" math activity, and they had a blast!" Available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. Christmas Worksheets, Christmas Activities For Kids, Kids Christmas, Xmas, Thanksgiving Activities, Classroom Fun, Classroom Activities, First Grade Math, Second Grade

These Christmas Math Color-by-Number activities are the perfect way to review key math skills this month! As one teacher said, "My students loved the Halloween version of these activities! I used them as a "Fun Friday" math activity, and they had a blast!" Available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade.

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Second Grade Math Spiral Review Freebie

Christmas Math for 2nd grade--FREE math spiral review

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Christmas Addition & Subtraction Worksheet

This worksheet deals with simple addition and subtraction. Based on the answer (even/odd), kids either color the light bulb red or green. Too cute! Click here for the worksheet.