I don't have my math book here at home with me, but most of these games were reproducibles. I'll try to explain the games I know... this will be my 4th year in 2nd grade, but I still have to take the book home occasionally to study!

Maybe someone else who is familiar can jump in and correct me...

__Spinning for Money__ - Students played with a partner. Each partnership had a baggy of coins (there were only so many of each coin so that they had to trade out occasionally). The game mat looked like a pie chart with pictures of the coins in each section -- I can't remember how many of each coin were in each section, though.

The students used a pencil and a paper clip held in the middle of the circle for a spinner. The goal, if I remember correctly, was to spin and collect the money shown, trading out for larger coins as needed, to try to be the first to $1.

__Addition Spin__ - Was used to practice adding 2 digit numbers, and multiples of 10, preferably mentally. There were two circles on this page. Each circle had several (again, sorry, I can't remember how many) 2-digit numbers. One of the circles had multiples of 10. They used the pencil/paper clip spinner to spin for two numbers and were encouraged to add them mentally. Their partner checked them with a calculator.

__Dollar Rummy__ - I believe the focus was on finding complements to make $1. The cards had 5 cents, 10 cents, 15 cents, etc. up to 95 cents. You could remove the 5's to make it easier, or leave the 5's in for a challenge. They start with 5 cards (I think) and the rest face down in a deck, then draw from the deck to make pairs to equal $1.

__Hit the Target__ - Focus was on complements for multiples of 10. One partner gave the other a target number (multiple of 10) and a starting number (not a multiple of 10). The other partner used a calculator to change from the starting number to the target number, recording the attempt taken each time and the result from the attempt. At first it took several attempts, but by the end of the game, some had caught on to the complements and were able to get it in just one or two attempts.

Those are all that I'm familiar with... we did Array Bingo in the past, but then this year decided to not do it, as it was not in our district curriculum for 2nd grade.

I hope that helps some... I wish I had my book here at home... it's kind of hard to describe.

~Toni