**Course Name: ** Second Grade Math

**Instructor Name**: Deanna Kolle

**Contact Information:** dkolle@usd223.org

Call 348-5531 to schedule a conference before or after school.

**Course Description: **

We will be using Saxon Math Program Level 2, Promethean board calendar
activities, flash cards, math games, and math manipulatives. This
course is designed to provide a foundation in number sense, problem
solving, algebra, geometry, measurement, statistics, and data
collection.

**Learning/Developmental Goals**:

This course is designed to meet Kansas state standards for 2nd grade math. Kansas state standards may be found at: www.ksde.org

**Learning Outcome:**

The student will demonstrate mastery of the state standards using formal
and informal assessments along with teacher observation.

**Instructional Lessons:**

*Reading and Identifying numbers to 100/ Identifying Right and Left

*Graphing Data on a Graph/ Identifying one more and one less than a number

*Telling and Showing Time to the Hour

*Writing numbers to 100

*Addition facts: Doubles to 18

*Identifying the Attributes of Pattern Blocks

*Identifying and acting out some, some more stories/ Comparing numbers to 50

*Comparing and ordering objects by size (area)

*Addition Facts: Adding 0 and Adding 1

*Identifying Addends, sums, and the commutative property of addition

*Covering a design using pattern blocks

*Identifying and acting out some, some went away stories

* Numbering a clockface/Identifying the time one hour ago and one hour from now

*Identifying ordinal positions to twelfth

*Addition facts: Adding 2

*Creating and reading a repeating pattern

*Identifying weekdays and days of the weekend

*Creating and reading a pictograph/Drawing a pictograph

*Identifying polygons

*Identifying fractional parts of a whole

*Addition Facts: Adding 9

*Creating a color pattern

*Identifying and sorting common geometric shapes by attribute

*Drawing pictures and writing number sentences for some, some more and some, some went away stories

*Dividing a shape in half/ Shading one half of a shape

*Dividing a square in half two different ways

*Addition facts: Doubles plus 1

*Identifying geometric shape pieces that differ in one way

*Telling and showing time to the half hour

*Reading a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees

*Counting dimes and pennies

*Writing addition and subtraction fact families

*Addition Facts: Sums of 8 & 9

* Identifying geometric shape pieces that are alike in only one way

*Creating and reading a bar graph

*Tallying/ counting by 5’s

* Identifying horizontal, vertical, and oblique lines

* Dividing a whole into halves, fourths, and eighths

*Addition Facts: Sums of 10

*Weighing objects using nonstandard units

*Adding 10 to a multiple of 10/ Finding missing numbers on a piece of the hundred number chart

*Identifying pairs

*Identifying tens and ones

*Identifying halves, fourths, and eighths, of a whole/ Creating and reading a bar graph

*Addition Facts: Sums of 11

*Measuring with one-inch color tiles

*Naming fractional parts of a whole

*Trading pennies for dimes

*Measuring line segments to the nearest inch

*Adding 10 to a two-digit number

* Addition Facts: Sums of 12

*Identifying 1-cup, ½ cup, Tablespoon, teaspoon, and1/2 teaspoon

*Identifying similarities and differences among coins/Counting nickels

* Writing the date using digits

*Creating a bar graph/ Creating and reading a Venn Diagram

*Ordering two-digit numbers

*Addition Facts: Sums of 13 & 14

*Counting dimes, nickels, and pennies

*Identifying a line of symmetry/ Creating a symmetrical design

*Adding two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies

*Addition Facts: Sums 15-18

*Measuring to the nearest foot

*Drawing a number line/ Drawing line segments to the nearest inch/Locating points on a number line

*Making Polygons on a geoboard /identifying the angles of a polygon

*Adding three or more single-digit numbers/ Identifying the Associative Property of Addition

*Writing fractions—using fraction notation

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 0

* Identifying and creating congruent shapes

*Adding two-digit numbers with regrouping, using dimes and pennies

*Using the addition alogorithm

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 1

*Identifying and creating similar shapes and designs

*Creating and reading a Venn Diagram

*Identifying a.m. and p.m./ noon & midnight/ dozen & half dozen

*Adding three two-digit numbers

*Reading a thermometer to the nearest 2 degrees

*Subtraction facts: Subtracting 2

*Identifying and creating overlapping geometric shapes

*Subtracting 10 from a two-digit number

*Measuring and Drawing line segments to the nearest half inch

*Adding two-digit numbers with a sum greater than 100

* Ordering three-digit numbers

*Subtracting Facts: Subtracting 3

*Identifying gallon, half-gallon, quart, and liter containers/ Estimating and finding the capacity of containers

*Counting large collections by grouping by 10’s and by 100’s
/Identifying the place value of a digit in a three- digit number/
Representing three-digit numbers pictorially

*Showing a three-digit number using base ten blocks/Writing a three-digit number for a model or picture

*Telling and showing time to five-minute intervals

*Adding three two-digit numbers with a sum greater than 100

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 4

*Cutting a geometric shape apart and making a new shape

*Using comparison symbols(<,>,=)

*Reading and drawing a pictograph with a scale of 2

*Writing a fraction to show a part of a set

*Writing a number in expanded form

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 5

*Covering Designs with tangram pieces

*Writing money amounts using dollars and cents

* Subtracting two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies

*Subtracting two-digit numbers

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 6

*Covering the same design in different ways using tangram pieces

*Subtracting two-digit numbers

*Writing number sentences to show equal groups/Multiplying by 10

*Counting quarters

*Rounding to the nearest 10

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 7

*Estimating and counting large collections

*Finding one half of a set with an even number of objects

* Finding one half of a set with an odd number of objects

*Estimating a sum

*Measuring using feet and inches

*Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 8

*Finding the area of shapes using pattern blocks

*Identifying geometric solids (Cone, cube, sphere, cylinder, rectangular solid, and pyramid)

*Measuring and drawing line segments using centimeters

*Multiplying by 1 & 100

*Finding Perimeter

*Subtraction facts: subtracting 9

*Writing observations from a graph

*Telling and showing time to the minute

*Counting quarters, dimes, nickels, & pennies

*Identifying parallel lines and line segments

*Adding three-digit numbers and money amounts

*Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 5

*Drawing pictures and writing multiplication number sentences to show equal groups

*Measuring weight using customary units

*Representing and writing mixed numbers

* Creating and reading a bar graph with a scale of 2

* Identifying right angles

*Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 2

*Estimating Area/Finding area using 1 inch color tiles

*Acting out and drawing pictures for equal group stories

*Identifying intersecting lines

*Identifying perpendicular lines

*Subtracting three-digit numbers and money amounts

*Multiplication facts-multiplying by 3

*Describing the likelihood of an event/predicting the outcome of a probability experiment

*Making and labeling an array

*Writing number sentences for arrays

*Telling and showing time to the quarter hour

*Identifying and showing transformations: translations, rotations, and reflections

*Multiplication facts: multiplying by 4

*Choosing a survey question and choices/Representing data using a graph

*Locating and graphing points on a coordinate graph

*Showing change for $1.00

*Dividing by 2

*Finding the area of a rectangle

* Multiplication facts: Multiplying by 0

*Identifying the multiples of 2 ,3, 4, and 5

*Measuring weight (mass) using metric units

*Doubling a number

*Dividing a set of objects into equal groups

*Recording information on a graph

*Conducting a probability experiment

**Grading Policy:**

Daily Assignments are graded and students are required to correct them
until they are without errors. Percentages are only placed on
tests.

**Grade Scale:
**A 100% - 91%

B 90% - 82%

C 81% - 73%

D 72% - 64%

F 63% & below

**Make-Up Work:** If an absence is excused, you will have two days for every day that is missed to make up the work.

**Homework:** Homework is not an optional assignment, therefore
it is expected to be completed. All homework is due the following class
day.

**Planner:** Students will be expected to write all homework
assignments and tests in the student planner daily. Parents should read
and sign the planner daily, even if there is no homework, as a form of
communication.

**Expectations: ** Students are reminded to always try and do
their personal best. Students are also reminded that cheating will not
be tolerated.

**Math Schedule:**

11:45-12:00 Calendar Work

12:00-12:15 Math Facts

12:15-12:45 Daily Math Lesson