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2nd Grade Jeopardy Math

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**Geometry and Measurement Number Sense and Numeration**

Computation and Estimation Patterns & Relationships/ Algebra Problem Solving/ Geometry and Measurement Number Sense and Numeration 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5

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**Computation & Estimation for 1**

Which number should go in the blank? = 19 A. 0 B. 1 C. 19 Check Your Answer

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**Computation & Estimation for 1**

Answer: b. first, next Answer: a. 0 Back to the Game Board

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**Computation & Estimation for 2**

There were 42 cows and 56 pigs at the fair. About how many cows and pigs were at the fair? A. 80 B. 90 C. 100 Check Your Answer

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**Computation & Estimation for 2**

Answer: c. 100 Back to the Game Board

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**Computation & Estimation for 3**

Andy received 8 letters. Four of the letters were from his pen pals. How many letters were not from pen pals? A. 4 B. 6 C. 12 Check Your Answer

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**Computation & Estimation for 3**

Answer: a. 4 Back to the Game Board

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**Computation & Estimation for 4**

17 − 8 = A. 9 B. 10 C. 11 Check Your Answer

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**Computation & Estimation for 4**

Answer: a. 9 Back to the Game Board

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**Computation & Estimation for 5**

Dana had 17 pages to read. So far, she has read 9 pages. How many pages does she have left to read? A. 7 B. 8 C. 9 Check Your Answer

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**Computation & Estimation for 5**

Answer: b. 8 Back to the Game Board

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**Geometry & Measurement for 1**

How do you know if something is a triangle? A. All of its sides are the same length. B. It has 4 sides. C. It has 3 corners. Check Your Answer

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**Geometry & Measurement for 1**

Answer: c. it has 3 corners Back to the Game Board

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**Geometry & Measurement for 2**

Kiki has to measure the length of her room. Which of these should she use? A. liters B. meters C. kilograms Check Your Answer

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**Geometry & Measurement for 2**

Answer: b. meters Back to the Game Board

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**Geometry & Measurement for 3**

How many sides does a rectangle have? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 Check Your Answer

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**Geometry & Measurement for 3**

Answer: b. 4 Back to the Game Board

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**Geometry & Measurement for 4**

What shape is this juice can? A. cone B. cylinder C. sphere Check Your Answer

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**Geometry & Measurement for 4**

Answer: b. cylinder Back to the Game Board

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**Geometry & Measurement for 5**

Tyrone started building a model plane at 3:00. He worked on the plane for 2 hours and 30 minutes. What time did he finish? A. 6:20 B. 5:30 C. 6:30 Check Your Answer

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**Geometry & Measurement for 5**

Answer: b. 5:30 Back to the Game Board

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 1**

Miko wrote the letters of the alphabet in order. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Miko's favorite letter is the fifth letter. What is the fifth letter in the alphabet? A. D B. E C. O Check Your Answer

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 1**

Answer: b. E Back to the Game Board

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 2**

Which is the number of hundreds in 827? A. 2 B. 7 C. 8 Check Your Answer

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 2**

Answer: c. 8 Back to the Game Board

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 3**

Which number has a 2 in the tens place, a 5 in the ones place, and a 6 in the hundreds place? A. 256 B. 526 C. 625 Check Your Answer

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 3**

Answer: c. 625 Back to the Game Board

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 4**

How many nickels are there in a dollar? A. 4 B. 10 C. 20 Check Your Answer

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 4**

Answer: c. 20 Back to the Game Board

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 5**

Which number has the same digit in the hundreds and ones places? A. 331 B. 202 C. 144 Check Your Answer

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**Number Sense & Numeration for 5**

Answer: b. 202 Back to the Game Board

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 1**

Five rabbits were on a bench. Three of them left to get lunch. Two of them left to go home. How many rabbits were left? A. all B. some C. none Check Your Answer

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 1**

Answer: c. none Back to the Game Board

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 2**

Which number comes next? 818, 819, ____ A. 810 B. 820 C. 900 Check Your Answer

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 2**

Answer: b. 820 Back to the Game Board

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 3**

What number is one less than 35? A. 25 B. 34 C. 36 Check Your Answer

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 3**

Answer: b. 34 Back to the Game Board

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 4**

Which two letters come next in this pattern? A B C C A B C C A B C C A B C ____ ___ A. A B B. C A C. C C Check Your Answer

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 4**

Answer: b. CA Back to the Game Board

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 5**

What number is one more than 770? A. 780 B. 777 C. 771 Check Your Answer

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**Patterns & Relationships/Algebra for 5**

Answer: c. 771 Back to the Game Board

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**Problem Solving for 1 Check Your Answer**

Ruby is thinking of a number. It is between 6 and 21. It has a 2 in the ones place. What number is Ruby thinking of? A. 2 B. 12 C. 22 Check Your Answer

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Problem Solving for 1 Answer: b. 12 Back to the Game Board

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**Problem Solving for 2 Check Your Answer**

Last summer Devi collected 53 seashells. Laura collected 87 seashells. How many more seashells did Laura collect than Devi collected? A. 24 B. 34 C. 36 Check Your Answer

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Problem Solving for 2 Answer: b. 34 Back to the Game Board

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**Problem Solving for 3 Check Your Answer**

José had 59 baseball cards. His sister lost some of them. José has 37 cards left. Which number sentence describes what happened? A. 59 − c = 37 B = c C c = 37 Check Your Answer

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Problem Solving for 3 Answer: a. 59 – c = 37 Back to the Game Board

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**Problem Solving for 4 Check Your Answer**

Maria had 8 goldfish in her fish tank. She put 3 more goldfish in the tank. Which number sentence tells how many fish are in the tank now? A. 8 − 3 = 5 B = 8 C = 11 Check Your Answer

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Problem Solving for 4 Answer: c = 11 Back to the Game Board

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**Problem Solving for 5 Check Your Answer**

There are 98 people on the airplane but only 86 meals. How many more meals are needed? A. 12 B. 16 C. 20 Check Your Answer

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Problem Solving for 5 Answer: a. 12 Back to the Game Board

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