Subject Area Resources
Second Grade Mathematics

 
Subject Area at a Glance

 

EASD’s elementary mathematics philosophy is that through instruction, differentiation and the use of manipulatives all students can be successful in mathematics and reach their maximum potential.  The curriculum focuses on the 11 strands of standards that describe what students should know and be able to do by the time they exit elementary school, middle school and high school.  Students who demonstrate proficiency of these standards will be able to communicate mathematically and be able to use their knowledge to organize and understand information in other subjects.




Course Information

Units of Study - First Marking Period

Numbers and Patterns
  • Count, read, write numbers to 1000
  • Skip count by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s, 25’s
  • Differentiate between odd/even numbers
  • Compare numbers using standard symbols of inequality
  • Order numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Identifying numbers before, after and between
Addition and Subtraction Strategies
  • Compute +/-basic facts through 18
  • Fact families through 18’s
  • Using order property to find sums
  • Counting on to add
  • Doubles
  • Using 10’s to find a sum
  • Counting back to subtract 
  • Using the touch math strategy
Place Value
  • Tens/ones
  • Different representations of numbers
  • Matching word name to number
  • Match a symbolic representation of numbers to appropriate whole numbers up to 999
  • Regrouping ones/tens


Units of Study - Second Marking Period

Geometry and Fractions
  • Recognize identify solid shapes
  • Recognize/identify side, vertices, edges, faces
  • Identify congruent shapes
  • Symmetry
  • Match fraction to appropriate drawing
  • Create a drawing or set that represents a given fraction
  • Compare fractions
  • Solve problems using shapes and fractions
Data and Graphing
  • Identify/read tally marks
  • Use tables to compare data
  • Identify/read a pictograph
  • Identify/read/create bar graph
  • Use graphs to solve problems


Units of Study - Third Marking Period

Time
  • Identify lengths of time: minute, hour, day, week, month
  • Tell time to the hour, half-hour, and five minute intervals
  • Calculate elapsed time
  • Read calendars and schedules to identify information
  • Use models to solve problems
  • Solve problems using units of time
Money
  • Match the name and value of a penny, nickel, dime, quarter
  • Count a collection of coins up to 99¢
  • Use different coin combinations to represent a value up to 99¢
  • Use coins to show a given amount up to 99¢
  • Use <, >, = to compare amounts up to 99¢
  • Count on to make change
  • Use coins to act out problems
Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction (no regrouping)
  • Add 1 and 2-digit numbers without regrouping
  • Regroup ten ones as 1 ten
  • Add 1 and 2-digit numbers with regrouping
  • Round to nearest ten to estimate sums
  • Write and solve addition problems horizontally /vertically
  • Add three 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping
  • Use data from a picture to solve problems


Units of Study - Fourth Marking Period

Subtraction
  • Subtract 1 and 2-digit numbers without regrouping
  • Use base ten blocks to regroup 1 ten as 10 ones
  • Subtract 1 and 2-digit numbers with regrouping
  • Estimate differences by rounding to the nearest ten
  • Write and solve subtraction problems horizontally and vertically
  • Subtract money amounts of less than $1.00
  • Use addition to check subtraction
  • Solve problems using data from a table
Measurement
  • Estimate/measure using non-standard units
  • Estimate/measure length: inches/feet
  • Estimate/measure length: centimeter/meter
  • Identify and measure perimeter
  • Estimate/measure weight of an object in pounds
  • Estimate/measure capacity using cups, pints, and quarts
  • Estimate/measure capacity using liters
  • Choose the appropriate tool and unit to measure an object
Multiplication/Division Readiness
  • Skip count by 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's
  • Use repeated addition to find the product
  • Solve multiplication facts with 2, 5, and 10 by skip counting
  • Use arrays to solve multiplication
  • Use factors 0 and 1 to multiply
  • Solve multiplication vertically
  • Show equal groups
  • Use repeated subtraction to show equal groups
  • Use different ways to solve multiplication/division readiness problems


Instructional Resources
The Elizabethtown Area School District makes use of a variety of instructional resources in the classroom to support student learning. Resources could include text books, subscription-based web programs, etc. The resources listed below are regularly used in the classroom to provided support in the subject area. The websites listed may require a username and password. Your son or daughter was provided this sign-in information by his or her teacher. If your child does not know his or her log in, please check with your child's teacher.


Web Resources
The Elizabethtown Area School District recognizes that the internet can be an outstanding resource for students to access information and reinforce classroom instruction. The links and information contained in this section have been recommended by district faculty and administrators and represent some of the best educational sites for children. The directory of links provided are located outside of the Elizabethtown Area School District website. They are not maintained, owned or updated by the Elizabethtown Area School District. To cancel, use your browser's "Back" button to return to the previous page.

 


Last Modified on December 7, 2009