Grade 2 mathematics syllabus

  • Chapter 1: Numbers and Arrays
    1.1 Even and Odd Numbers  
    1.2 Modeling Even and Odd Numbers  
    1.3 Equal and Unequal groups of Numbers  
    1.4 Use Arrays  
    1.5 Make Arrays  
    Chapter 2: Fluency and Strategies within 20
    2.1 Add in Any Order  
    2.2 Use Doubles  
    2.3 Add  Two and Three Numbers  
    2.4 Make a 10 to Add  
    2.5 Count On and Count Back to Subtract  
    2.6 Relate Addition and Subtraction  
    2.7 Get to 10 to Subtract  
    2.8 Practice Addition and Subtraction  
    2.9 Problem Solving: Addition and Subtraction  
    Chapter 3: Addition to 100 Strategies
    3.1 Add Tens Using a Number Line  
    3.2 Add Tens and Ones Using a Number Line  
    3.3 Use Place Value to Add  
    3.4 Decompose to Add Tens and Ones  
    3.5 Use Compensation to Add  
    3.6 Practice Addition Strategies  
    3.7 Problem Solving: Addition  
    Chapter 4: Fluently Add within 100
    4.1 Use Partial Sums to Add  
    4.2 More Partial Sums  
    4.3 Regroup to Add  
    4.4 Add Two-Digit Numbers  
    4.5 Practice Adding Two-Digit Numbers  
    4.6 Add Up to 3 Two-Digit Numbers  
    4.7 More Problem Solving: Addition  
    Chapter 5: Subtraction to 100 Strategies
    5.1 Subtract Tens Using a Number Line  
    5.2 Subtract Tens and Ones Using a Number Line  
    5.3 Use Addition to Subtract  
    5.4 Decompose to Subtract  
    5.5 Decompose to Subtract Tens and Ones  
    5.6 Use Compensation to Subtract  
    5.7 Practice Subtraction Strategies  
    5.8 Problem Solving: Subtraction  
    Chapter 6: Fluently Subtract within 100
    6.1 Model and Regroup to Subtract  
    6.2 Use Models to Subtract a One-Digit Number from a Two-Digit Number  
    6.3 Use Models to Subtract Two-Digit Numbers  
    6.4 Subtract from a Two-Digit Number  
    6.5 Use Addition to Check Subtraction  
    6.6 Practice Two-Digit Subtraction  
    6.7 More Problem Solving: Subtraction  
    Chapter 7: Understand Place Value to 1,000
    7.1 Hundreds  
    7.2 Model Numbers to 1,000  
    7.3 Understand Place Value concepts  
    7.4 Write Three-Digit Numbers  
    7.5 Represent Numbers in Different Ways  
    Chapter 8: Count and Compare Numbers to 1,000
    8.1 Count to 120 in Different Ways  
    8.2 Count to 1,000 in Different Ways  
    8.3 Place Value Patterns  
    8.4 Comparison – More or less  
    8.5 Compare Numbers Using Symbols  
    8.6 Compare Numbers Using a Number Line  
    Chapter 9: Add Numbers within 1,000
    9.1 Add 10 and 100  
    9.2  Add Hundreds and Tens Using number line  
    9.3 Use a Number Line to Add Three-Digit Numbers  
    9.4 Use Compensation to Add Three-Digit Numbers  
    9.5 Use Partial Sums to Add Three-Digit numbers  
    9.6 Use Models to Add Three-Digit Numbers  
    9.7 Add  two Three-Digit Numbers  
    9.8 Add Up to 4 Two-Digit Numbers  
    9.9 Explain Addition Strategies  
    Chapter 10: Subtract Numbers within 1,000
    10.1 Subtract 10 and 100  
    10.2 Use a Number Line to Subtract Hundreds and Tens  
    10.3 Use a Number Line to Subtract Three-Digit Numbers  
    10.4 Use Compensation to Subtract Three-Digit Numbers  
    10.5 Use Models to Subtract Three-Digit Numbers  
    10.6 Subtract Three-Digit Numbers  
    10.7 Subtract from Numbers That Contain Zeros  
    10.8 Use Addition to Subtract  
    Chapter 11: Measure and Estimate Lengths
    11.1 Measure Lengths in Centimeters  
    11.2 Measure Objects Using Metric Length Units  
    11.3 Estimate Lengths in Metric Units  
    11.4 Measure Lengths in Inches  
    11.5 Measure Objects Using Customary Length Units  
    11.6 Estimate Lengths in Customary Units  
    11.7 Measure Objects Using Different Length Units  
    11.8 Measure and Compare Lengths  
    Chapter 12: Solve Length Problems
    12.1 Use a Number Line to Add and Subtract Lengths  
    12.2 Problem Solving: Length  
    12.3 Problem Solving: Missing Measurement  
    12.4 Practice Measurement Problems  
    Chapter 13: Represent and Interpret Data
    13.1 Sort and Organize Data  
    13.2 Read and Interpret Picture Graphs  
    13.3 Make Picture Graphs  
    13.4 Read and Interpret Bar Graphs  
    13.5 Make Bar Graphs  
    13.6 Make Line Plots  
    13.7 Measure Objects and Make Line Plots  
    Chapter 14: Money and Time
    14.1 Find Total Values of Coins  
    14.2 Order to Find Total Values of Coins  
    14.3 Show Money Amounts in Different Ways  
    14.4 Make One Dollar  
    14.5 Make Change from One Dollar  
    14.6 Find Total Values of Bills  
    14.7 Problem Solving: Money  
    14.8 Tell Time to the Nearest Five Minutes  
    14.9 Tell Time Before and After the Hour  
    14.10 Relate A.M. and P.M.  
    Chapter 15: Identify and Partition Shapes
    15.1 Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes  
    15.2 Identify Angles of Polygons  
    15.3 Draw Polygons  
    15.4 Identify and Draw Cubes  
    15.5 Compose Rectangles  
    15.6 Identify Two, Three, or Four Equal Shares  
    15.7 Partition Shapes into Equal Shares  
    15.8 Analyze Equal Shares of the Same Shape