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### 2nd Grade Full Math Curriculum

#### Class Experience

###### US Grade 2

###### Beginner Level

###### Aligned with Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

This class will cover all the essential topics that students need to know to succeed in second grade. Each week, students will receive worksheets that includes a spiral review of previous concepts and practice for the current week's topic. These materials will serve as a guide for the week's lessons and will help students stay on track with their learning. This class will incorporate hands-on activities, group discussions, and games to make learning engaging and fun. The curriculum I...

96 lessons//32 Weeks

Week 1Lesson 1WelcomeToday we will go over class rules and structure as well as introduce ourselves and play a math gameLesson 2Module 1Lesson 1: Practice making ten and adding to ten. Lesson 2: Practice making the next ten and adding to a multiple of ten.Lesson 3Module 1Lesson 3: Add and subtract like units.Week 2Lesson 4Module 1Lesson 4: Make a ten to add within 20. Lesson 5: Make a ten to add within 100.Lesson 5Module 1Lesson 6: Subtract single-digit numbers from multiples of 10 within 100. Lesson 7: Take from ten within 20.Lesson 6Module 1Lesson 8: Take from ten within 100. AssessmentWeek 3Lesson 7Module 2Lesson 1: Connect measurement with physical units by using multiple copies of the same physical unit to measure.Lesson 8Module 2Lesson 2: Use iteration with one physical unit to measure.Lesson 9Module 2Lesson 3: Apply concepts to create unit rulers and measure lengths using unit rulers.Week 4Lesson 10Module 2Lesson 4: Measure various objects using centimeter rulers and meter sticks.Lesson 11Module 2Lesson 5: Develop estimation strategies by applying prior knowledge of length and using mental benchmarks.Lesson 12Module 2Lesson 6: Measure and compare lengths using centimeters and meters.Week 5Lesson 13Module 2Lesson 7: Measure and compare lengths using standard metric length units and non-standard length units; relate measurement to unit size.Lesson 14Module 2Lesson 9: Measure lengths of string using measurement tools, and use tape diagrams to represent and compare the lengths. Lesson 10: Apply conceptual understanding of measurement by solving two-step word problems.Lesson 15Module 2Review and AssessmentWeek 6Lesson 16Module 3Lesson 1: Bundle and count ones, tens, and hundreds to 1,000.Lesson 17Module 3Lesson 2: Count up and down between 100 and 220 using ones and tens. Lesson 3: Count up and down between 90 and 1,000 using ones, tens, and hundreds.Lesson 18Module 3Lesson 4: Count up to 1,000 on the place value chart. Lesson 5: Write base ten three-digit numbers in unit form; show the value of each digit.Week 7Lesson 19Module 3Lesson 6: Write base ten numbers in expanded form. Lesson 7: Write, read, and relate base ten numbers in all forms.Lesson 20Module 3Lesson 8: Count the total value of $1, $10, and $100 bills up to $1,000. Lesson 9: Count from $10 to $1,000 on the place value chart and the empty number line.Lesson 21Module 3Lesson 10: Explore $1,000. How many $10 bills can we change for a thousand dollar bill?Week 8Lesson 22Module 3Lesson 11: Count the total value of ones, tens, and hundreds with place value disks. Lesson 12: Change 10 ones for 1 ten, 10 tens for 1 hundred, and 10 hundreds for 1 thousand.Lesson 23Module 3Lesson 13: Read and write numbers within 1,000 after modeling with place value disks. Lesson 14: Model numbers with more than 9 ones or 9 tens; write in expanded, unit, standard, and word forms.Lesson 24Module 3Lesson 15: Explore a situation with more than 9 groups of ten.Week 9Lesson 25Module 3Lesson 16: Compare two three-digit numbers using <, >, and =. Lesson 17: Compare two three-digit numbers using <, >, and = when there are more than 9 ones or 9 tens.Lesson 26Module 3Lesson 19: Model and use language to tell about 1 more and 1 less, 10 more and 10 less, and 100 more and 100 less. Lesson 20: Model 1 more and 1 less, 10 more and 10 less, and 100 more and 100 less when changing the hundreds place.Lesson 27Module 3Lesson 21: Complete a pattern counting up and down.Week 10Lesson 28Module 4Lesson 1: Relate 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less to addition and subtraction of 1 and 10. Lesson 2: Add and subtract multiples of 10 including counting on to subtract.Lesson 29Module 4Lessons 3–4: Add and subtract multiples of 10 and some ones within 100.Lesson 30Module 4Lesson 5: Solve one- and two-step word problems within 100 using strategies based on place value.Week 11Lesson 31Module 4Lesson 6: Use manipulatives to represent the composition of 10 ones as ten with two-digit addends. Lesson 7: Relate addition using manipulatives to a written vertical method.Lesson 32Module 4Lesson 8: Use math drawings to represent the composition and relate drawings to a written method.Lesson 33Module 4Lessons 9–10: Use math drawings to represent the composition when adding a two-digit to a three-digit addend.Week 12Lesson 34Module 4Lesson 11: Represent subtraction with and without the decomposition of 1 ten as 10 ones with manipulatives. Lesson 12: Relate manipulative representations to a written method.Lesson 35Module 4Lesson 13: Use math drawings to represent subtraction with and without decomposition and relate drawings to a written method.Lesson 36Module 4Lessons 14–15: Represent subtraction with and without the decomposition when there is a three-digit minuend.Week 13Lesson 37Module 4Lesson 16: Solve one- and two-step word problems within 100 using strategies based on place value. Lesson 17: Use mental strategies to relate compositions of 10 tens as 1 hundred to 10 ones as 1 ten.Lesson 38Module 4Lesson 18: Use manipulatives to represent additions with two compositions. Lesson 19: Relate manipulative representations to a written method.Lesson 39Module 4Lessons 20–21: Use math drawings to represent additions with up to two compositions and relate drawings to a written method.Week 14Lesson 40Module 4Lesson 22: Solve additions with up to four addends with totals within 200 with and without two compositions of larger units.Lesson 41Module 4Lesson 23: Use number bonds to break apart three-digit minuends and subtract from the hundred.Lesson 42Module 4Lesson 24: Use manipulatives to represent subtraction with decompositions of 1 hundred as 10 tens and 1 ten as 10 ones. Lesson 25: Relate manipulative representations to a written method.Week 15Lesson 43Module 4Lesson 26: Use math drawings to represent subtraction with up to two decompositions and relate drawings to a written method.Lesson 44Module 4Lessons 27–28: Subtract from 200 and from numbers with zeros in the tens place.Lesson 45Module 4Lessons 27–28: Subtract from 200 and from numbers with zeros in the tens place.Week 16Lesson 46Module 4Lesson 29: Use and explain the totals below method using words, math drawings, and numbers.Lesson 47Module 4Lesson 30: Compare totals below to new groups below as written methods.Lesson 48Module 4Review and assessmentWeek 17Lesson 49Module 5Lesson 1: Relate 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, and 100 less to addition and subtraction of 10 and 100. Lesson 2: Add and subtract multiples of 100, including counting on to subtract.Lesson 50Module 5Lesson 3: Add multiples of 100 and some tens within 1,000. Lesson 4: Subtract multiples of 100 and some tens within 1,000.Lesson 51Module 5Lesson 5: Use the associative property to make a hundred in one addend.Week 18Lesson 52Module 5Lesson 6: Use the associative property to subtract from three-digit numbers and verify solutions with addition. Lesson 7: Share and critique solution strategies for varied addition and subtraction problems within 1,000.Lesson 53Module 5Lessons 8–9: Relate manipulative representations to the addition algorithm.Lesson 54Module 5Lessons 10–11: Use math drawings to represent additions with up to two compositions and relate drawings to the addition algorithm.Week 19Lesson 55Module 5Lessons 10–11: Use math drawings to represent additions with up to two compositions and relate drawings to the addition algorithm.Lesson 56Module 5Lesson 12: Choose and explain solution strategies and record with a written addition method.Lesson 57Module 5Lesson 13: Relate manipulative representations to the subtraction algorithm, and use addition to explain why the subtraction method works.Lessons 14–15: Use math drawings to represent subtraction with up to two decompositions, relate drawings to the algorithm, and use addition to explain why the subtraction method works.Week 20Lesson 58Module 5Lessons 14–15: Use math drawings to represent subtraction with up to two decompositions, relate drawings to the algorithm, and use addition to explain why the subtraction method works.Lesson 59Module 5Lessons 16–17: Subtract from multiples of 100 and from numbers with zero in the tens place.Lesson 60Module 5Lessons 16–17: Subtract from multiples of 100 and from numbers with zero in the tens place.Week 21Lesson 61Module 5Lesson 18: Apply and explain alternate methods for subtracting from multiples of 100 and from numbers with zero in the tens place.Lesson 62Module 5Lessons 19–20: Choose and explain solution strategies and record with a written addition or subtraction method.Lesson 63Module 5Review and AssessmentWeek 22Lesson 64Module 6Lesson 1: Use manipulatives to create equal groups.Lesson 65Module 6Lessons 2–3: Use math drawings to represent equal groups, and relate to repeated addition.Lesson 66Module 6Lesson 4: Represent equal groups with tape diagrams, and relate to repeated addition.Week 23Lesson 67Module 6Lesson 5: Compose arrays from rows and columns, and count to find the total using objects. Lesson 6: Decompose arrays into rows and columns, and relate to repeated addition.Lesson 68Module 6Lesson 7: Represent arrays and distinguish rows and columns using math drawings. Lesson 8: Create arrays using square tiles with gaps.Lesson 69Module 6Lesson 9: Solve word problems involving addition of equal groups in rows and columns.Week 24Lesson 70Module 6Lessons 10–11: Use square tiles to compose a rectangle, and relate to the array model.Lesson 71Module 6Lesson 12: Use math drawings to compose a rectangle with square tiles. Lesson 13: Use square tiles to decompose a rectangle.Lesson 72Module 6Lesson 14: Use scissors to partition a rectangle into same-size squares, and compose arrays with the squares. Lesson 15: Use math drawings to partition a rectangle with square tiles, and relate to repeated addition.Week 25Lesson 73Module 6Lesson 16: Use grid paper to create designs to develop spatial structuring. Lesson 17: Relate doubles to even numbers, and write number sentences to express the sums.Lesson 74Module 6Lesson 18: Pair objects and skip-count to relate to even numbers. Lesson 19: Investigate the pattern of even numbers: 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 in the ones place, and relate to odd numbers.Lesson 75Module 6Lesson 20: Use rectangular arrays to investigate odd and even numbers.Week 26Lesson 76Module 7Lesson 1: Sort and record data into a table using up to four categories; use category counts to solve word problems. Lesson 2: Draw and label a picture graph to represent data with up to four categories.Lesson 77Module 7Lesson 3: Draw and label a bar graph to represent data; relate the count scale to the number line. Lesson 4: Draw a bar graph to represent a given data set.Lesson 78Module 7Lesson 5: Solve word problems using data presented in a bar graph.Week 27Lesson 79Module 7Lesson 6: Recognize the value of coins and count up to find their total value. Lesson 7: Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of coins.Lesson 80Module 7Lesson 8: Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of bills. Lesson 9: Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins with the same total value.Lesson 81Module 7Lesson 10: Use the fewest number of coins to make a given value.Week 28Lesson 82Module 7Lesson 11: Use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1. Lesson 12: Solve word problems involving different ways to make change from $1.Lesson 83Module 7Lesson 13: Solve two-step word problems involving dollars or cents with totals within $100 or $1. Lesson 14: Connect measurement with physical units by using iteration with an inch tile to measure.Lesson 84Module 7Lesson 15: Apply concepts to create inch rulers; measure lengths using inch rulers.Week 29Lesson 85Module 7Lesson 16: Measure various objects using inch rulers and yardsticks. Lesson 17: Develop estimation strategies by applying prior knowledge of length and using mental benchmarks.Lesson 86Module 7Lesson 18: Measure an object twice using different length units and compare; relate measurement to unit size. Lesson 19: Measure to compare the differences in lengths using inches, feet, and yards.Lesson 87Module 7Lesson 20: Solve two-digit addition and subtraction word problems involving length by using tape diagrams and writing equations to represent the problem.Week 30Lesson 88Module 7Lesson 21: Identify unknown numbers on a number line diagram by using the distance between numbers and reference points. Lesson 22: Represent two-digit sums and differences involving length by using the ruler as a number line.Lesson 89Module 7Lesson 23: Collect and record measurement data in a table; answer questions and summarize the data set.Lesson 24: Draw a line plot to represent the measurement data; relate the measurement scale to the number line.Lesson 90Module 7Lessons 25–26: Draw a line plot to represent a given data set; answer questions and draw conclusions based on measurement data.Week 31Lesson 91Module 8Lesson 1: Describe two-dimensional shapes based on attributes. Lesson 2: Build, identify, and analyze two-dimensional shapes with specified attributes.Lesson 92Module 8Lesson 3: Use attributes to draw different polygons including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons. Lesson 4: Use attributes to identify and draw different quadrilaterals including rectangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, and trapezoids.Lesson 93Module 8Lesson 5: Relate the square to the cube, and describe the cube based on attributes. Lesson 6: Combine shapes to create a composite shape; create a new shape from composite shapes.Week 32Lesson 94Module 8Lessons 7–8: Interpret equal shares in composite shapes as halves, thirds, and fourths.Lesson 95Module 8ReviewLesson 96End of YearReview and Goodbyes

## 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class

## Homework

Frequency: 3-6 per weekFeedback: includedDetails: I will be using the curriculum, Takeoff, offered by IXL learning. Each week I will provide worksheets that students will use in class for independent practice and then students have the option to complete the worksheets after class and submit to me to grade. I require all students to submit work by Friday, for a timely response.## Assessment

Frequency: 7 or more throughout the classDetails: Assessments are offered at the end of units for students to assess their knowledge. Assessments are take-home assignments and are not done in class and are optional. They are put in the classroom at the end of every unit. All assignments and assessments are gladly graded and corrected if submitted by Friday of each week.## Letter Grade

Frequency: includedDetails: Due to the various types of learners that are in each class, grades are offered per request. If you would like your student to receive a grade please let me know when you sign up for the class. I offer letter grades every 9 weeks along with a summary of your child's academic strengths and areas of concern.

Students will need a whiteboard and marker for live Zoom lessons.

Students will occasionally be asked to use scissors to cut out math shapes, etc. for lessons prior to class. Parental guidance is recommended.

##### Teacher expertise and credentials

###### California Teaching Certificate in Elementary Education

Welcome! My name is Debbie and I am a certified teacher with a Bachelors of Science in Education with a concentration in the visual arts. I also hold Masters in Curriculum and Instruction and I am working on getting one in Technology as well. I...

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