# Printable Grade 2 Math Posters

Looking for something to spruce up your classroom? Better yet something that is fun and will help student get the concept? These are just what the doctor ordered to help students leap those high standards just a step quicker. We made sure that these were extra colorful for you. We created two posters for each of the math standards. Each poster approaches the topics from a slightly different angle. We would encourage you to print and post these materials on the walls of your grade 2 classrooms. Take your time and pick topics that seems to stump students the most. We find that the prealgebra and graphing seem to be the most difficult topics for students. See what works and keep your room fresh and inviting.

### Operations and Pre-Algebra- 1 and 2 Step Word Problems - 2.OA.1

- One Step Word Problems- Look for the words "how many". Decide if you need to add or subtract.
- Two Step Word Problems- There were 20 bugs in a jar. There were 7 beetles and 10 ants. The rest were ladybugs.
- Addition Within 20- We show students how to add two values in both orientations.
- Subtraction Within 20- Same as above, but with differences.
- Odds and Evens- When you count, every other number is even or odd...
- Even or Odd?- If a number ends in 2, 4, 6, 8 or 0, it is EVEN. If a number ends in 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9, it is ODD.
- Consecutive Numbers- They a) follow each other in order, without gaps and from smallest to biggest.
- Consecutives In Word Problems- You will need to find consecutive numbers to solve some word problems.
- Rectangular Arrays- Addition problems can be made by using rectangular arrays.
- Counting Rectangular Arrays- Farmer Joe wants to know how many animals he has.
- 4 Digit Sums- Add digits from right to left.
- Carrying Numbers In 4-Digit Addition- Add digits from right to left. Remember to carry as needed.
- Addition of Three Integers- We show you column addition.
- Sums of 3 Integers- Addition with carrying along.
- Visual Place Value- The value of a digit is named by its place in the number.
- Boxed Place Value- Each digit in a number has a place value.
- Ones, Tens, Hundreds Blocks- The first time they will see all the blocks.
- Thousands Blocks- Watch out! The monster is about to knock over 3,245 blocks!!!
- Skip Counting to 1,000- Skip counting is counting by a number that isn't one.
- By 10s, 25s, 50s- Skip counting helps you learn number patterns.
- Mix It Up!- You can count things faster by learning to skip count.
- Irregular Skip Counting- Counting forwards or backwards by a number other than one.
- With Cards- Learning to count by 5s helps you quickly find the total.
- With Shapes- Counting by 5s helps you find the missing numbers in a sequence.
- Forms of Numbers- Numbers can be written in three ways...
- All Three Forms- Numbers can be written in standard form, word form, or expanded form.
- Writing Names of Numbers- A check needs the standard form and word form of a number.
- Expanded Format of Numbers- The expanded format of 354 is 300 + 50 + 4.
- How Do They Compare?- Symbols can be used to show comparisons.
- Greater, Smaller, Equal- Displayed with pictures.
- Adding Ladybugs, Subtracting Bees- Being able to quickly add or subtract 1-digit numbers presented in different ways.
- Subtraction and Addition Steps- Easily adding or subtracting 2-digit numbers.
- One and Two Digit Sums- By using a graph, work can be kept neat while adding.
- Adding Double Digits- A fact family is a group of problems that all have the same answer.
- Double Digit Sums- Work from right to left. Carry when necessary.
- Grid Style Double Integer Sums- Add the digits in the 1's column. Carry when necessary. Add the digits in the 10's column.
- Small Differences- Subtract the digits in the 1's column. Borrow when necessary. Bring down the digit in the 10's column.
- Horizontal Simple Subtraction- Take the second number away from the first number.
- Super Rabbit Subtraction- Follow SUPER RABBIT for easy subtraction steps!
- Zack's Turtles- Sometimes you have to borrow when doing subtraction.
- Addition of Four Two-Digit Numbers- Add the numbers in the 1’s column. Carry if necessary. Add the numbers in the 10’s column.
- Peanut Addition- When adding several numbers together, think of it as adding just 2 numbers at a time.
- Adding Within 1,000- Sometimes, you need to carry.
- Subtracting Within 1,000- When subtracting numbers, always begin with the 1's column, then 10's, and then 100's.
- Adding Double and Triple Digit Integers- When adding numbers, be sure to line up the numbers, starting with the one’s column.
- 3 Step Addition- Because these add up to less than 10, you don't need to carry anything.
- Two Digit From Three Digit Subtraction- When subtracting numbers, be sure to line up the numbers, starting with the one's column.
- Three Step Subtraction of Large Numbers- Because 5 is bigger than 3, you need to borrow from the 7. Then subtract.
- Differences of Three Integer Numbers- Subtract the numbers by beginning with the one's column, then the ten's column, and then the hundred's column. Borrow when necessary.
- Subtraction By Places- Work from right to left. Borrow when necessary.
- Mixed Differences- You will need to jump through the columns.
- Left to Right Subtraction- Remember to work from right to left. Borrow when necessary.
- Estimating Sums of Money- If the digit after the decimal point is 4 or lower, the dollar value stays the same.
- Estimate Basic Sums- Estimating is finding the approximate amount of a number.
- Carrying With Mixed Addition- This is done in a grid style.
- Mixed Star Addition- Work from right to left. Remember to carry when needed.
- Three Digit Column Addition- Step-by-step approach.
- Grid Style Three Digit- When two numbers add up to more than 10, you need to carry.
- Mental Sums- The pattern shows an increase of 25 each time. As you add, think about adding quarters together.
- Mental Subtraction- To find missing numbers, study the pattern and do the subtraction in your head.
- Relating Addition- If the order of the numbers is changed when adding, you will still get the same sum.
- Relative Subtraction- Related subtraction facts are made by using the same numbers and swapping the subtrahend with the difference.
- Tools of Measurement- Measurement tools help us find the length, weight or volume of things.
- Measuring Lengths- You can measure length by using blocks.
- How to Measure Length- Measuring an object can be done in three easy steps!
- Measuring Length with Boxes- Remember to work from right to left.
- Estimating Units- An estimate is a reasonable guess.
- Choosing Units of Length- When making an estimate, choose a unit of length that makes sense.
- Estimating Length- A goldfish can be measured in inches or centimeters.
- Measures of Length- You can eyeball (guess) the length of objects.
- Length in Meters- With the use of boxes, it is easy to measure an item in meters.
- Weird Length Measures- By measuring lengths, you can tell which object is bigger.
- Length Word Problems- Addition is sometimes used to solve length word problems.
- How to Step Up Length Word Problems- Subtraction is sometimes used to solve length word problems.
- Using Number Lines- A number line can be used to solve addition problems.
- Numbers of a Numbers Line- A number line can be used to solve subtraction problems.
- Analog vs. Digit Clocks- A visual clock comparison.
- A.M. vs. P.M. Time- Time to wake up and then go to bed.
- Same Time, Different Clock Formats- When reading the time on a clock, it can sometimes be said in different ways.
- Quarter After, Quarter Of, Half Past- What does that mean?
- Money Word Problems- Using a graph can help make solving money word problems easy.
- Dollars and Cents Word Problems- Three steps in solving money word problems.
- Counting Coins- When counting coins, separate the coins according to value.
- Counting Coins and Dollars- To solve money word problems, begin by counting the money given.
- Writing Cents and Dollar Values- Values can be written in different ways.
- Converting Coins to Dollar Values- Skip counting can be used in converting money values.
- Multiple Coin Values- To find the total value of a group of coins, add the value of each coin together.
- Coin Prompted Counting- Knowing the value of coins is necessary when solving money math problems.
- What Coins and Bills Are Needed?- Janele has $10.00. She buys a doll for $7.49. What is her change?
- Change Based Word Problems- Some money problems involve both addition and subtraction.
- Start With The Big Coins- When counting out change, begin with the biggest value coins first.
- Mixed Coin Counts- Always begin with your biggest value coins first.
- Line Plots- A line plot is an easy way to visually show data.
- Line Parts- A list of data can be made into a line plot.
- Parts of a Bar Graph- What animals are found on a farm?
- Using Bar Graphs- A list of information can be put into a bar graph, making it easier to compare the numbers.
- Side Bar Graphs- A horizontal bar graph shows comparisons between categories of data.
- Empty Bar Graphs- Along the left side, list the categories. Along the bottom, add the amounts.
- Making A Bar Graph- The vertical axis shows the dependent variable. The choice of ice cream doesn't change.
- Horizontal or Vertical Bars- Coach Jim needs to order sneakers for 16 kids.
- Lemonade Stand Data Tables- Tables are used to show information in an organized way.
- Reading Data Tables- Information presented in a table can be used to answer questions.
- What's a Pictograph?- A pictograph is a quick way to organize information with the help of pictures.
- Pizza Pete's Pictograph- Pete's Pizza had a busy week selling pizza.
- Basic Shapes- Circles, ovals, squares, and rectangles.
- Name That Shape- Hello hexagons and trapezoids!
- Area of a Rectangle- The area of a rectangle is length times width.
- Working the Grid- When working with a grid, length = columns and width = rows.
- Wholes and Halves- What do those mean?
- Visual Fractions- A rectangle can be divided into equal parts. A fraction is formed by the number of shaded parts over the total number of parts.