# Second Grade Math Fourth Six-Weeks

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```					                                                                  Second Grade Math Fourth Six-Weeks

Week 1          Learning Standards                                                      Major Concepts:                                     Processes:
2.6 C Identify, describe, and extend repeating and additive      Numbers to 100 on the number                   Thinking about learning and making
January         patterns to make predictions and solve problems                   line                                            connections
23--27         2.8 Use whole numbers to locate and name points on a             Numbers to 99 on the number line               Use accountable talk by using the
number line                                                      Skip counting on the number line                language of mathematics
5               2.12 B Solve problems with guidance that incorporates the        Looking for a pattern
instructional   processes of understanding the problem, making a plan and
days            carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
Learning      Instruction                                                                  Resources                          Math Stations             Assessment
Standards

The next week will involve locating and naming points on a    enVision Math -Topic 16 TE                Number fluency – one and      Formal or informal
number line, skip counting by different amounts on a number   Lessons 16-1 through 16-4                 two digit addition and        Quick-Check 16-1
2.6 C           line, and identifying missing numbers on a number line.                                                 subtraction problems (if      through 16-4 and
Technology: Pearson enVision link for     possible have students use
2.8             Key Vocabulary: number line                                   animated introduction, journal writing,   whiteboards)                  Daily TEKS/TAKS
Review Vocabulary: skip counting and pattern                  and review – copy and paste this link:                                  Review 16-1
2.12 B                                                                        https://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com/        Vocabulary cards              through 16-4
Problem of the Day 16-1 through 16-4
enVision eTools                           Journal writing –Real life    Highly encourage
situations which require      students to show
Manipulative -Base ten blocks or          skip counting                 their work
connecting cubes
Home Activity page 453 in     Topic 16 Test in
Place value mat A                         consumable                    the consumable
book
Number cards – Teaching tool 8            Topic 16 Interactive Math
Story                         Topic 16
Interactive Homework Topic 16                                           Free Response
Math Facts Practice           Test Master
www.pearsonsuccessnet.com
may be used for reinforcing   Spiral Review-
math skills                   Topics 1-16
Math Literature Station      Product/Project
Number Lines:                Have students
How Far to the Car?          create their own
(Weekly Reader               number lines, find a
Early Learning, 2003)       pattern, and share
their answers.
Center Activities 16-1
through 16-4

Interventions/Extensions
Differentiated Instruction
and Leveled Homework
for each lesson 16-1
through 16-4

Based on student needs
from Quick-Check points
0-5 Intervention
6-7 On-Level
8 Advanced
(Points may vary)
Weeks 2-3       Learning Standards                                                              Major Concepts:                                     Processes:
2.9 Compare the attributes of length, weight, and capacity,              Compare attributes                             Thinking about learning and making
January         and use comparative language to solve problems and answer                Exploring length in standard and                connections
30- Feb 10     questions                                                                 non-standard units                             Use accountable talk by using the
2.9 A Identify concrete models that approximate standard                 Exploring area using                            language of mathematics
10              units of length and use them to measure length                            non-standard units
instructional   2.9 B Select a non-standard unit of measure such as square               Problem solving
days            tiles to determine the area of a two-dimensional surface
(1 weather      2.12 B solve problems with guidance that incorporates the
day)            processes of understanding the problem, making a plan,
carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
2.12 D Use tools such as manipulatives to solve problems
Learning      Instruction                                                                          Resources                          Math Stations              Assessment
Standards

The next two weeks will involve describing the attributes of          enVision Math -Topic 17 TE                Number fluency – one and       Formal or informal
objects, measuring and estimating the lengths of objects using        Lessons 17-1 through 17-8                 two digit addition and         Quick-Check 17-1
2.9             non-standard units and inches, feet, and yards.                                                                 subtraction problems (if       through 17-8 and
Technology: Pearson enVision link for     possible have students use
2.9 A           Key Vocabulary: attribute, length, weight, capacity, unit,            animated introduction, journal writing,   whiteboards)                   Daily TEKS/TAKS
height, inch, yard, foot, centimeter, meter, area, and square units   and review – copy and paste this link:                                   Review 17-1
2.9 B           Review Vocabulary: longest, shortest, measure, and                    https://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com/        Vocabulary cards               through 17-8
temperature                                                                                                     A-D
2.12 B                                                                                enVision eTools                                                          Highly encourage
Problem of the Day 17-1 through 17-8                                                                            Journal writing –Real life     students to show
2.12 D                                                                                Manipulative -Base ten blocks or          situations- show the           their work
connecting cubes                          students an object such as a
book, pencil, or basket. Ask   Topic 17 Test in
Place value mat A                         them whether they can          the consumable
measure the object by          book
Number cards – Teaching tool 8            capacity, length, or weight.
Have them explain why.         Topic 17
Interactive Homework Topic 17                                            Free Response
Home Activity page 473 in      Test Master
consumable
Spiral Review-
Topics 1-16

Topic 17 Interactive Math
Story
Product/Project

Math Facts Practice           Students can
www.pearsonsuccessnet.com     measure items in
may be used for reinforcing   the classroom in
math skills                   inches and feet.
They can place
Math Literature Station       them in order from
Super Sand Castle Saturday    least to greatest or
by Stuart J. Murphy           greatest to least.

Center Activities 17-1        Students can
through 17-8                  research the length
of common Texas
Interventions/Extensions      animals such as
Differentiated Instruction    kangaroo rats,
and Leveled Homework          chipmunks,
for each lesson 17-1          squirrels,
through 17-8                  armadillos, and
prairie dogs. Then
Based on student needs        students may draw
from Quick-Check points       and cut out the
0-4 Intervention              animal and write
5-6 On-Level                  the length on an
7 Advanced                    index card. They
(Points may vary)             can place them in
order from least to
greatest or greatest
to least.
Please refer to 3rd six weeks /temperature

Week 4          Learning Standards                                                          Major Concepts:                                    Processes:
February        2.10 A Read a thermometer to gather data                            Telling time to five minutes                   Thinking about learning and making
13-17           2.10 B Read and write names shown on analog clocks using            Showing time to the nearest five                connections
five minute increments/intervals                                     minutes                                        Use accountable talk by using the
5               2.10 C Describe activities that take approximately one              Estimating Time                                 language of mathematics
instructional   second, one minute, and one hour                                    Problem Solving/Reasonableness
days            2.12 B Solve problems with guidance that incorporates the           Reading a thermometer
(1 weather      processes of understanding the problem, making a plan,
day)            carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
Learning      Instruction                                                                     Resources                          Math Stations               Assessment
Standards

The next week will involve reading a thermometer, telling time   enVision Math –Topic 19 TE Lessons        Number fluency – one and        Formal or informal
to the nearest five minutes, telling time before and after the   19-1 through 19-6                         two digit addition and          Quick-Check 19-1
2.10 A          hour, estimating time, and problem solving.                                                                subtraction problems (if        through 19-6 and
Technology: Pearson enVision link for     possible have students use
2.10 B          Key Vocabulary: hour hand, minute hand, minute, hour,            animated introduction, journal writing,   whiteboards)                    Daily TEKS/TAKS
second, day, temperature, degrees, Fahrenheit (F), and           and review – copy and paste this link:                                    Review 19-1
2.10 C          thermometer                                                      https://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com/        Vocabulary cards                through 19-6
Review Vocabulary: after, before, about, estimate                                                          Set A -D
2.12 B                                                                           enVision eTools                                                           Highly encourage
Problem of the Day 19-1 through 19-6                                                                       Have students make flash        students to show
Interactive Homework Topic 19             cards with the new              their work
vocabulary words
Topic 19 Test in
Small yellow clocks            the consumable
students can practice telling   book
time in partners

Journal writing –Real life
situations which require        Product/Project
telling time or reading a
thermometer (going to a         Students may label
party, movie or a dance         clocks to reflect
class)                        their daily schedule

Home Activity page 545 in     Students can keep
consumable                    track of the
temperature for the
Topic 19 Interactive Math     week using a
Story                         thermometer

Math Facts Practice           Students can keep
www.pearsonsuccessnet.com     track if the
may be used for reinforcing   temperature in their
math skills                   city and in a nearby
city and then
Math Literature Station       compare the two, list
What time is it?              from least to
by Sheila Keenan              greatest, or name
outdoor activities
Geometric Shapes Bingo        that can be done in
Geometric Shapes Stamps       certain temperatures
Geometric Shapes
Puzzle Cards

Interventions/Extensions
Differentiated Instruction
and Leveled Homework
for each lesson 19-1
through 19-6

Based on student needs
from Quick-Check points
0-5 Intervention
6-7 On-Level
8 Advanced
(Points may vary)
Week 5          Learning Standards                                                          Major Concepts:                                     Processes:
February        2.6 The student uses patterns to describe relationships and          Generate number pairs                          Thinking about learning and making
20-24           make predictions.                                                    Find number pairs                               connections
2.6 A The student uses patterns to describe relationships           Create a table and look for a                  Use accountable talk by using the
5               and make predictions. The student is expected to generate a           pattern                                         language of mathematics
instructional   list of paired numbers based on a real-life situation such as
days            number of tricycles related to number of wheels.
2.6 B The student uses patterns to describe relationships and
make predictions. The student is expected to identify
patterns in a list of related number pairs based on a real-life
situation and extend the list.
2.6 C Identify, describe, and extend repeating and additive
patterns to make predictions and solve problems
2.12 B Solve problems with guidance that incorporates the
processes of understanding the problem, making a plan,
carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
2.12 D Use tools such as manipulatives to solve problems
Learning      Instruction                                                                      Resources                          Math Stations               Assessment
Standards

The next week will involve generating number pairs finding        enVision Math –Topic 14 TE Lessons        Number fluency – one and        Formal or informal
number pairs, creating a table and looking for a pattern.         14-4 through 14-6                         two digit addition and          Quick-Check 14-4
subtraction problems (if        through 14-6 and
2.6             Key Vocabulary: input and output                                  Technology: Pearson enVision link for     possible have students use
Review Vocabulary: add, subtract, and pattern                     animated introduction, journal writing,   whiteboards)                    Daily TEKS/TAKS
2.6 A                                                                             and review – copy and paste this link:                                    Review
Problem of the Day 14-4 through 14-6                              https://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com/                                        14-4 through 14-6
2.6 B                                                                                                                       Have students make flash
enVision eTools                           cards with the new              Highly encourage
2.6 C                                                                                                                       vocabulary words                students to show
Interactive Homework Topic 14                                             their work
2.12 B                                                                                                                       Small yellow clocks
Counters                                  students can practice telling   Product/Project
2.12 D                                                                                                                      time in partners
Number cards 0-11 (teaching tool 8)                                       Students may create
Journal writing –Real life      a table generating
situations which number         number pairs such as
pairs are used such as          number of spiders
buying pencils, eggs, or        and number of legs,
hamburger buns                  packages of buns
and numbers of
Topic 14 Interactive Math       buns, packages of
Story (may be difficult since   markers and number
division will be introduced     of markers
in the sixth six weeks)

Math Glossary
Students may in partners

Math Facts Practice
www.pearsonsuccessnet.com
may be used for reinforcing
math skills

Geometric Shapes Bingo
Geometric Shapes Stamps
Geometric Shapes
Puzzle Cards

Interventions/Extensions
Differentiated Instruction
and Leveled Homework
for each lesson
14-4 through 14-6

Based on student needs
from Quick-Check points
0-5 Intervention
6-7 On-Level
8 Advanced
(Points may vary)
Week 6

May be used as to review, assess or catch up accordingly.

February 27 - March 2

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