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MATH - GRADE 2

Quarter 1:

  • Find the values of coin and bill combinations.
  • Show P, N, D, and Q for a given amount.
  • Complete 2 and 3 number sequences by using number patterns.
  • Compare numbers; write the symbol <, >, or =.
  • Count by 2’s starting at any number.
  • Count by 5’s and 10’s starting at any number.
  • Make tallies and give the total.
  • Find equivalent names for numbers. 
  • Construct fact families for addition and subtraction.
  • Solve simple subtraction number stories.
  • Solve simple addition number stories.
  • Identify place value for ones, tens, and hundreds.
  • Complete “What’s My Rule?” tables using a number grid.
  • Complete one-rule Frames-and-Arrows diagrams using a number grid.
  • Solve Frames-and-Arrows problems having two rules.
  • Tell time to 5-minute intervals
  • Knows addition facts
  • Knows addition facts
  • Knows subtraction facts
  • Knows subtraction facts  

Quarter 2:

  • Devise and use strategies for finding sums of 2-digit numbers.
  • Devise and use strategies for finding differences of 2-digit numbers.
  • Estimate approximate costs and sums.
  • Add and subtract with multiples of 10 up to 100.
  • Use partial sums method to solve 2-digit addition problems.
  • Read Fahrenheit on a thermometer.
  • Identify 3-dimensional shapes such as rectangular prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres.
  • Identify symmetrical figures.
  • Find common attributes of shapes.
  • Identify parallel and nonparallel line segments.
  • Draw line segments.
  • Identify 2-dimensional shapes such as a circle, triangle, rectangle, square, and hexagon.
  • Identify 2-dimensional shapes such as a trapezoid, rhombus, pentagon, and octagon.
  • Tell time to 5-minute intervals. 
  • Count back by 1’s starting with any number (100 or less). 
  • Knows addition facts (0-10)
  • Knows addition facts (11-14)
  • Knows subtraction facts (0-10)
  • Knows subtraction facts (11-14)

Quarter 3:

  • Use the partial difference method to solve 2-digit subtraction problems. 
  • Make ballpark estimates of exact answers. 
  • Add three 1-digit numbers mentally.
  • Add three 1 and 2 digit numbers.
  • Add and subtract with multiples of 10. 
  • Solve addition number stories. 
  • Solve subtraction number stories. 
  • Model multiplication problems with arrays. 
  • Find missing addends for any multiple of 10. 
  • Know complements of 10.   ie. 8+2=10, 6+4=10, 7+3 =10
  • Count by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s and describe the patterns. 
  • Solve number-grid puzzles up to 100. 
  • Find the median (middle value) of a data set. 
  • Plot data on a bar graph. 
  • Measure to the nearest inch. 
  • Measure to the nearest centimeter. 
  • Compare fractions less than one. 
  • Understand fraction as names for equal parts of a region or set. 
  • Understand that the amount represented by fraction depends on the size of the whole (ONE). 
  • Shade a specified fractional part of a set. 
  • Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a set. 
  • Find equivalent fractions for given fractions. 
  • Shade a specified fractional part of a region. 
  • Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a region. 
  • Knows addition facts (0-14)
  • Knows addition facts (15-18)
  • Knows subtraction facts (0-14)
  • Knows subtraction facts (15-18)

Quarter 4:

  • Measure to the nearest ½ inch. 
  • Measure to the nearest ½ cm. 
  • Identify equivalencies for inches, feet, and yards using a chart. 
  • Use a ruler, tape measure, and meter/yardstick correctly in appropriate situations. 
  • Find area and perimeter of an object. 
  • Estimate totals for “ballpark” check of exact answers. 
  • Know and express automatically the values of digits in 2, 3, 4, and 5-digit numbers. 
  • Solve money stories involving change.
  • Read and write money amounts in decimal notation. 
  • Use equivalent coins to show money amounts in different ways.
  • Use a calculator to compute money amounts. 
  • Exchange pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. 
  • Estimate and solve addition and subtraction number stories with dollars and cents.
  • Solve 1-digit multiplication stories (multiples of equal groups). 
  • Solve equal grouping and equal sharing simple division stories. 
  • Complete multiplication/division fact families.
  • Multiply numbers with 0 or 1 as a factor.
  • Multiply numbers with 2, 5, & 10 as factors.
  • Tell time to five minute intervals.
  • Knows addition facts
  • Knows addition facts (15-18)
  • Knows subtraction facts (0-14)
  • Knows subtraction facts (15-18)
 
 
Brecknock Elementary DR. MARYELLEN KUENY, principal
 
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