Grade 2

  • Mathematics Grade 2

    Scope and Sequence:


    Course/Grade ___2________ 



      Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4
    Unit Titles  
    Numerical and Proportional Reasoning I 

    Numerical and Proportional Reasoning II

    Algebraic Reasoning:

    Patterns and Functions  

    Numerical and Proportional Reasoning III



    Data: Probability and Statistics
    Learning Outcomes

    (grade level expectations or standards)

    Recall basic addition and subtraction facts.

    Identify reasonable answers. 

    Solve addition and subtraction problems involving real-world experiences. 

    Count with and trade pennies, dimes, and dollars. 

    Determine and compare money amounts. 

    Locate, label and order two and three digit numbers using place value models, pictures, and number lines.  

    Use models and familiar objects to estimate, compare, and order unit fractions of a whole. 

    Identify and build models of fractional parts of a whole other than unit fractions. 

    Explore and describe addition with like denominators. 

    Write matching fractions sentences using models. 

    Use patterns and the rules that describe them to identify a missing object, objects with common or different attributes, and the complement of a set of objects. 

    Explore and describe number patterns including odd and even numbers, counting by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s, 100’s. 

    Counting on by 10’s. 

    Explore multiplication by extending number patterns, skip counting, combining repeated addends, building models of groups the same size, and using arrays. 

    Explore and describe strategies for representing, estimating, adding, and subtracting two-digit numbers with and without regrouping.

    Explore translations, reflections, and rotations of simple polygons using manipulatives. 

    Build and identify shapes that have one or more lines of reflective symmetry or that can be divided into two congruent parts. 

    Build, describe, draw, and identify polygons, solids, and other two and three-dimensional objects found in the environment. 

    Use the calendar to write and solve problems involving time. 

    Tell time to the half-hour. 

    Explore time to the quarter-hour (analog and digital). 

    Explore using measurement tools such as thermometers, basic rulers, and balance scales to measure temperature, length, and weight. 

    Pose questions and systematically collect, sort, organize, record, and analyze data using tables, charts, picture graphs, and bar graphs. 

    Discuss the likelihood of various events. 

    State probabilities. 

    Make predictions. 

    Test predictions in practical situations.

    Significant Task

    (names only)

    Different Ways to Express 2 and 3 Digit Numbers 

    Saving and Spending with Piggy Banks and Fruit Salad 

    Doctor, Doctor, Give me the Fraction News! 

    Sharing Pizza with Friends

    Skip Counting 

    Quilting Patterns  

    Songwriter’s Math 

    Rose Bushes in the My Yard

    Geometry Scavenger Hunt 

    Tangram Transformation Puzzles 

    Measure Me Shop 

    How do I use my time?

    Eye to Eye 



    Supporting Materials

    (text, calcs, manips)

    Student Text


    Virtual Manipulatives

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    Virtual Manipulatives

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    Virtual Manipulatives

    Student Text


    Virtual Manipulatives