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MahometSeymour Schools

Curriculum

Mathematics  Grade 2


The learner will
be able to count with understanding, including skip counting by 2’s, 5’s,
and 10’s.
The learner will be
able to recognize and explain the concept of odd and even numbers.
The learner will
describe the numeric relationship between two numbers or sets using greater
than, less than, or equal to.
The learner will estimate
sums and differences of single and multiple digit numbers.
The learner will
connect number words and numerals to the quantities they represent.
The learner will
understand place value and the base ten number system,
using multiple models.
The leaner will
use cardinal and ordinal numbers appropriately.

The learner will demonstrate
accuracy with basic addition and subtraction facts.
The learner will
be able to add and subtract with and without regrouping, multiple digit
numbers.
The learner will
solve simple number sentences and word problems with variables.
The learner will
apply the relationship of addition and subtraction families to solve for an
unknown quantity.
The learner will
compute using fact families.

The learner will be able to interpret and solve story
problems using addition or subtraction number sentences.

The learner will
be able to identify parts of a set using ½’s 1/3’s and ¼’s.
The learner will
compare unit fractions to solve problems.

The learner will be able to estimate and measure
standard length in inches, feet and centimeters.

The learner will be able to estimate and measure in
nonstandard units.
The learner will select an appropriate standard unit
and tool for measurement.

The learner will be
able to explore and describe chronological events through calendars and
timelines, while identifying days, months, and years.
The learner will
demonstrate an understanding of the relationships between minutes, hours,
and days.
The learner will
be able to tell time using an analog clock to the nearest five minute
interval.
The learner will
predict and determine elapsed time for a given task.

The learner will
identify units of money and the value of each.
The learner will
count, compare, and order set of like and unlike coins.
The learner will
be able to solve money word problems.
The learner will be
able to make equal amounts of money using different combinations of
coins.
The learner will
explore and explain making change.

The learner will
be able to identify two and threedimensional shapes.
The learner will
recognize and create shapes that have a line of symmetry.
The learner will
explore and identify slide, flips, and turns with concrete objects.
The learner will identify
objects that are congruent.
The learner will
justify an extension of a geometric pattern.

The learner will organize
and interpret simple data displays such as pictographs, tallies, tables,
and bar graphs.
The learner will
organize, interpret, and make predictions from existing data.
The learner will
gather data by creating and using interview questions.
The learner will
identify and discuss likely, unlikely, and impossible probability.

The learner will recognize,
describe, and extend numeric and symbolic patterns.
The learner will
extend numeric patterns involving addition and/or subtraction.
The learner will
identify missing units in a pattern.

The learner will
explore multiplication through equal grouping of objects.
The learner will
connect repeated addition to multiplication.

