2_Math_Curriculum At a Glance_09/18

Second Grade Math at a Glance

1st Quarter

- Number and Operation

-Number Sense and Numeration

- Counts by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s
- Counts Backwards
- Identifies, reads, writes, and describes place value in numbers to 100
- Counts and groups numbers in tens and ones
- Compares numbers to 100
- Identifies numbers on a hundred number chart
- Identifies ordinal position
- Identifies even and odd numbers

-Concepts of Whole Number Operations

- Acts out, draws pictures, and writes number sentences to show addition

and subtraction situations

- Shows the meaning of addition
- Shows the meaning of subtraction
- Identifies addends and sums
- Writes addition and subtraction fact families
- Identifies and uses the commutative and associative properties

-Whole Number Computation: Addition

- Masters Addition facts to 10
- Identifies one more than a number
- Identifies ten more than a number
- Identifies missing addends

-Fractions and Decimals

- Identifies fractional parts of a whole
- Writes fractions to show parts of wholes

- Money

- Counts dimes and pennies

- Patterns, Algebra, and Functions

-Patterns

- Identifies, reads, and extends patterns in shapes, colors, designs, and numbers
- Identifies the missing number in a sequence
- Identifies the missing shape or design in a repeating pattern

-Algebra and Functions

- Writes and solves number sentences for problems involving addition

- Geometry

-Shapes and Spatial Relationships

- Identifies right and left
- Uses positional words and phrases
- Identifies first, last, between, and middle
- Identifies, compares, and sorts common two dimensional geometric figures by attribute
- Identifies, describes, and classifies polygons
- Makes and covers designs with pattern blocks or tangrams;

- Measurement

-Time and Calendar

- Identifies dates on a calendar
- Identifies yesterday, today, and tomorrow
- Identifies morning, afternoon, evening, and night
- Tells and shows time to the hour
- Identifies days of the week and months of the year
- Identifies weekdays and days of the weekend
- Solves problems using a calendar

-Temperature

- Identifies cold, cool, warm, or hot

-Perimeter, Area, and Volume

- Compares and orders objects by size

- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

-Data Analysis and Statistics

- Draws and reads a pictograph
- Records and graphs data on a bar graph
- Draws and reads a bar graph
- Draws conclusions, answers questions.

- Problem Solving

-Developing Skills for Problem Solving

- Classifies and categorizes information
- Chooses appropriate methods for finding answers to problems
- Makes predictions
- Communicates mathematical ideas through objects, words, pictures, numbers, and symbols

-Strategies for Problem Solving

- Acts out or models a problem
- Draws a picture
- Looks for a pattern
- Makes a table
- Uses logical reasoning
- Writes a number sentence

2nd Quarter

- Number and Operation

-Number Sense and Numeration

- Identifies, reads, writes, and describes place value in numbers to 100
- Identifies sets with greatest and least number of objects
- Renames numbers using regrouping
- Identifies half dozen and dozen
- Identifies pairs

-Whole Number Computation: Addition

- Adds using mental computation
- Adds three or more single-digit numbers
- Adds two-digit numbers, with and without regrouping

-Whole Number Computation: Subtraction

- Masters subtraction facts to 18
- Identifies ten less than a number
- Subtracts using mental computation

-Fractions and Decimals

- Writes fractions to show parts of wholes
- Identifies fractional parts of sets
- Writes fractions to show parts of sets

- Money

- Selects coins for a given amount

- Patterns, Algebra, and Functions

-Patterns

- Identifies and creates pairs

- Geometry

-Shapes and Spatial Relationships

- Identifies and creates congruent shapes
- Identifies and creates similar shapes
- Solves spatial problems
- Identifies right, acute and obtuse angles
- Identifies and draws lines of symmetry

- Measurement

-Time and Calendar

- Identifies morning, afternoon, evening, and night
- Identifies a.m. and p.m., noon and midnight
- Writes the date using digits

-Linear Measure

- Compares the length or height of objects
- Estimates length
- Measures length using nonstandard units
- Measures length using customary units
- Draws line segments using customary units

-Capacity (Volume)

- Selects appropriate tools for measuring capacity
- Estimates capacity
- Measures capacity using standard units
- Measures to follow a recipe

- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

-Data Analysis and Statistics

- Creates and reads a Venn diagram

- Problem Solving

-Strategies for Problem Solving

- Makes an organized list
- Guesses, checks, and revises
- Substitutes simpler number

3rd Quarter

- Number and Operation

-Number Sense and Numeration

- Counts by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s
- Identifies, reads, writes, and describes place value in numbers to 1,000
- Compares numbers to 1,000
- Writes numbers in expanded form
- Rounds numbers to the nearest ten

-Concepts of Whole Number Operations

- Acts out, draws pictures, and writes number sentences to multiplication situations
- Shows the meaning of multiplication
- Uses concrete objects to model and solve multiplication problems
- Identifies the properties of 0 and 1 in multiplication and/or division
- Shows the meaning of division
- Uses concrete objects to model and solve division problems

-Whole Number Computation: Addition

- Estimates a sum

-Whole Number Computation: Subtraction

- Subtracts using mental computation
- Subtracts two-digit numbers

-Whole Number Computation: Multiplication

- Masters multiplication facts (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
- Multiplies by 10, 100, 1,000, and 10,000
- Solves problems involving multiplication

-Fractions and Decimals

- Finds half of a set of objects

- Money

- Writes money amounts using dollar and cent symbols
- Reads and writes money amounts to $10

- Patterns, Algebra, and Functions

-Algebra and Functions

- Uses comparison symbols (<,>,=)

- Geometry

-Shapes and Spatial Relationships

- Identifies, compares, and sorts common two- and three- dimensional geometric figures by attribute
- Identifies parallel lines and line segments

- Measurement

-Time and Calendar

- Identifies activities that take one hour, one minute, and one second
- Identifies equivalent units of time

-Linear Measure

- Orders objects by length or height
- Selects appropriate tools for measuring length
- Measures length using metric units
- Draws line segments using metric units

-Capacity (Volume)

- Estimates capacity
- Compares and orders containers by capacity

-Perimeter, Area, and Volume

- Finds area using nonstandard units
- Finds the perimeter of a polygon

- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

-Data Analysis and Statistics

- Draws and reads a bar graph with a scale of 2
- Draws conclusions, answers questions, and writes observations about a graph

Problem Solving

-Strategies for Problem Solving

- Makes a table

4th Quarter

- Number and Operation

-Number Sense and Numeration

- Identifies factors of a number

-Concepts of Whole Number Operations

- Identifies factors and products
- Acts out, draws pictures, and writes number sentences to show division situations

-Whole Number Computation: Subtraction

- Subtracts three-digit numbers and money amounts (decimals)

-Whole Number Computation: Multiplication

- Makes and uses multiplication tables

-Whole Number Computation: Division

- Divides by 2
- Solves problems involving division

-Fractions and Decimals

- Represents and writes mixed numbers

- Money

- Makes change from $1, $5, and $10
- Adds and subtracts money amounts (decimals)

- Patterns, Algebra, and Functions

-Algebra and Functions

- Locates and graphs points on a coordinate graph

- Geometry

-Shapes and Spatial Relationships

- Identifies perpendicular lines and line segments
- Identifies intersecting lines
- Identifies right triangles

- Measurement

-Weight (Mass)

- Identifies units of mass
- Selects appropriate tools for measuring weight
- Estimates mass
- Weighs objects using customary or metric units

-Perimeter, Area, and Volume

- Estimates area
- Finds the area of a rectangle

- Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

-Data Analysis and Statistics

- Conducts a survey
- Identifies the mode and range of a set of data

-Probability

- Describes the likelihood of an event
- Predicts the outcome of a probability experiment
- Conducts a probability experiment

- Problem Solving

-Developing Skills for Problem Solving

- Makes predictions