Awesome Addition Stick Kids Workbook, Grade 2 (Stick Kids Workbooks) by Janet Sweet

Awesome Addition Stick Kids Workbook, Grade 2 (Stick Kids Workbooks)

Book Title: Awesome Addition Stick Kids Workbook, Grade 2 (Stick Kids Workbooks)

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 1616018003

Author: Janet Sweet

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Research has shown that repetition is essential for the brain to learn and recall information. The engaging activities in this book will provide your child with repeated practice of grade-level-appropriate vocabulary and math skills. This kind of practice helps develop fluency and build a strong foundation in mathematical thinking and reasoning, important skills for academic success.

Upon your childs completion of each activity, use the provided incentive chart and stickers to track progress and celebrate your childs success.

Whether students need extra practice with grade-level skills or a head start on next year, Stick Kids® Workbooks offer engaging activities, games, and puzzles that help make learning lots of fun. Each 56-page book features full-color activities, a list of the skills, and an explanation of why those skills are important for development. Also included are helpful tips, an answer key, a handy tracking sheet, stickers for acknowledging achievements, and appearances by the lovable Stick Kids!

These right-sized (7 x 9) skill practice workbooks are perfect for use at school, or as entertaining activities on the go. Tuck them into a backpack, purse, or travel bag. Great for school breaks, vacations, and year-long practice.


  • Addition facts to 20
  • Two-digit addition
  • Three-digit addition
  • Place valueones, tens, hundreds
  • Regrouping
  • Solving word problems


  • Use flash cards or play games that practice addition facts.
  • Be open to a variety of strategies to solve problems.
  • Encourage your child to show all work.
  • Ask your child to explain his or her thinking processes.
  • When your child is struggling, ask questions, and then listen to what your child says. Often, simply explaining something out loud can help your child figure out the problem.
  • Help your child make connections between the math he or she is learning and daily life.