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Copy of 2nd Grade Math Instructional Guide

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ISS Student Friendly Learning Target 



Teaching Strategies  Teacher Resources Student Resources 

Competency Goal 1:  The learner will read, write, model, and compute with whole numbers thru 999

1.01- Develope number sense for whole numbers through 999 

1.01a - I can match number model, number word, and number.


(Connect model, number word, and number using a variety of representations)


Place Value

Base Ten  





1.01b - I can read and write numbers.


(Read and write numbers)








1.01c - I can compare and order numbers.


(Compare and order)







1.01d - I can expand numbers into hundreds, tens, and ones.




Expanded Form

Standard Form





1.01e - I can figure out about how many objects I need to solve a problem.








1.01f - I can use a variety of models to build an understanding of place value ones, tens, hundreds.


(Use a variety of models to build understanding of place value for ones, tens, hundreds)

Place Value 




1.02- Use area or region models and set models of fractions to explore part-whole relationships in context  

1.02a - I can use pictures and objects to model fractions in thirds, halves, and fourths.


(Represent fractions: halves, thirds, fourths concretely and symbolically)





Whole Number




1.02b - I can compare fractions using models of halves, thirds, and fourths.


(Compare fractions: halves, thirds, fourths using models)






1.02c - I can show fractions in different ways.


(Make different representations of the same fractions)






1.02d - I can put together different fractions to show a whole/set.


(Combine fractions to describe parts of a whole)






1.03- Create, model, and solves problems that involve addition, subtraction, equal grouping, and division in halves, thirds, and fourths-record in fraction form)  

1.03a- I can make, model and solve problems that involve addition.









1.03b- I can make, model and solve problems that involve subtraction.







1.03c- I can make, model and solve problems that involve equal grouping.


(Equal Grouping)





1.03d- I can make, model and solve problems that involve division into halves, thirds, and fourths- record in fraction form.







1.04- Develop fluency with multi-digit addition and subtraction thru 999 using multiple strategies  

1.04a - I can use strategies for adding and subtracting.


(Strategies for adding and subtracting numbers)










1.04b - I can estimate sums and differences.


(Estimation of sums and differences in appropriate situations)






1.04c - I can use fact families to check my work.


(Relationships between operations)






1.05 - I can make and solve multi-step problems using a variety of strategies:


(Create and solve problems using strategies such as: modeling, composing and decomposing quantities, using doubles, and making tens and hundreds)






1.06 - I can identify and tell why a number is odd or even.


(Define and recognize odd and even numbers)







Competency Goal 2:  The learner will recognize and use standard units of metric and customary measurement. 

2.01a - I can estimate and measure length using centimeters, meters, inches, feet, and yards.


(Length-meters, centimeters, feet, inches, yards)












2.01b - I can read a thermometer to tell temperature (Fahrenheit)


(Temperature- Fahrenheit)








2.02 - I can tell time to the five minutes.


(Tell time at five-minute intervals)






Competency Goal 3:  The learner will perform simple transformations


3.01 – I can Combine shapes to create another shape.


(Combine simple figures to create a given shape) 









3.02 - I can tell how two- and three-D shapes are different when cut and rearranged.


(Describe the changes in attributes as two- and three- dimensional figures are cut and rearranged)









3.03a - I can identify and make a symmetric shape.


(Identify and make symmetric figures)






3.03b - I can identify and make a congruent shape. 


(Identify and make congruent figures)






Competency Goal 4:  The learner will understand and use data and simple probability concepts 

4.01- Collect, organize, describe, and display data using Venn diagrams-three sets- and pictographs where symbols represent multiple units-2's, 5's, and 10's)  

4.01a I can collect, organize, describe and show data using a Venn diagram (3 circles)


(Venn Diagram)




Venn Diagram 




4.01b I can collect, organize, describe and show data using pictographs (represents twos, fives, and tens)







4.02 - I can conduct, make predictions, and describe the results on probability experiments.


(Conduct simple probability experiments; describe the results and make predictions)






Competency Goal 5:  The learner will recognize and represent patterns and simple mathematical relationships.

5.01 - I can identify and continue repeating and growing patterns.


(Identify, describe, translate, and extend repeating and growing patterns)


Growing Pattern 









5.02a - I can write addition and subtraction number sentences to show a story problem.


(Addition and subtraction number sentences that represent a story problem)







5.02b - I can use symbols to show unknown numbers.


(Use symbols to represent unknown quantities)









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