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SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING NUMBER AND OPERATIONS April 2.1.a. Demonstrate concepts of number AMSTI Mathematical 1.1.k. Use multiple whole numbers sense by using multiple representations Thinking - Inv 2 Coins, representations for a of whole numbers up to 1000. Coupons, and given number. Combinations - Inv 1, 3, 4 Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 1, 2, 4, 5 Harcourt Math: pp.475- 476 August 2.1.b. Demonstrate concepts of number Books: Spunky Monkeys 1.1 Count forward by sense by counting forward by threes on Parade by Stuart J. ones, twos, fives, and from a given number. Murphy tens up to 100. Harcourt Math: pp. 23, 493 August 2.1.c. Demonstrate concepts of number 1.1 Count backward by sense by counting backward by threes ones, twos, fives, and from a given number. tens from 100. May 2.1.d. Demonstrate concepts of number 1.1.B.6 Determine the sense by identifying a number that is value of a number that is 100 more than a given number. 10 more than a given number. May 2.1.e. Demonstrate concepts of number 1.1.B.6 Determine the sense by identifying a number that is value of a number that is 100 less than a given number. 10 less than a given number August 2.1.f. Demonstrate concepts of number Books: The Odds Get odd number, even sense by differentiating between odd Even: The Day Odd number and even numbers. Numbers Went on Strike by Pamela Hall, Even Steven and Odd Todd by Kathryn Cristaldi, Among the Odds and Evens: A Tale of Adventure by Priscilla Turner Harcourt Math: pp. 20, 25-26 7/3/2011 1 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING August 2.1.B.1. Identify position using ordinal Harcourt Math: pp. 35-36 1.1.B.1 Identify position ordinal number, using ordinal numbers 1st numbers to 100th position through 10th. August 2.1.B.2. Determine the value of a digit in Books: The Blast Off Kid 1.1.B.4 Determine the digit, ones, tens, by Laura Driscoll value of a digit in the ones the ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands hundreds, thousands Harcourt Math: pp. 2-12, and tens place in a place 468-476 numeral. August 2.1.B.3. Determine the value of a number Harcourt Math: pp. 5-6, expanded notation expressed in expanded notation 9-10 October 2.2.a. Apply the operation of addition AMSTI Mathematical 1.2.B.2 Solve problems add, addition, sum, to solve problems involving two-digit Thinking - Inv 1, 2, 4, 5 requiring the addition of addend, double numerals, using multiple strategies Coins, Coupons, and one- or two-digit without regrouping. Combinations - Inv 1,2, 3, numerals without 4 Putting Together and regrouping. Taking Apart - Inv 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Harcourt Math: p. 110 October 2.2.b. Apply the operation of addition Harcourt Math: pp. 111- regroup to solve problems involving two-digit 114, 122-132, 178-184, numerals, using multiple strategies with 198, 213-214, 502 regrouping. October 2.2.c. Apply the operation of Harcourt Math: pp. 142- 1.2.B.2 Solve problems subtract, subtraction to solve problems involving 146 requiring the subtraction subtrahend, two-digit numerals, using multiple of one- or two-digit minuend, difference, strategies without regrouping. numerals without less than regrouping. November 2.2.d. Apply the operation of Harcourt Math: pp. 147- subtraction to solve problems involving 150, 158-166, 169-170, two-digit numerals, using multiple 178, 185-190, 231-234 strategies with regrouping. September 2.2.B.1.a. Demonstrate computational Books: 12 Ways to Get 1.3 Demonstrate count on, sum, computational fluency of fluency for basic addition facts with sums 11 by Eve Merriam doubles, doubles basic addition facts by through 18, using horizontal form Harcourt Math: pp. 66, identifying sums to 10. plus one 68-70, 73, 82, 85, 107, 109, 430 7/3/2011 2 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING September 2.2.B.1.b. Demonstrate computational Harcourt Math: pp. 67, fluency for basic addition facts with sums 71-72, 74, 86, 104, 106, through 18 , using vertical form 108, 110, 430 September 2.2.B.1.c. Demonstrate computational Harcourt Math: pp. 82- 1.3 Demonstrate computational fluency of fluency for basic subtraction facts with 85, 87, 89-92 basic subtraction facts by differences with minuends through 18, identifying differences with using horizontal form minuends of 10 or less. September 2.2.B.1.d. Demonstrate computational Harcourt Math: pp. 82, fluency for basic subtraction facts with 84, 86, 88 differences with minuends through 18, using vertical form May 2.2.B.2.a. Interpret multiplication as Harcourt Math: pp. multiply repeated addition 522-524 May 2.2.B.2.b. Interpret division as equal Books: The Great divide, equal groupings Divide: A Mathematical groupings Marathon by Dayle Ann Dodds Harcourt Math:pp. 529- October 2.2.B.3.a. Solve multistep addition Harcourt Math: pp. 27- 1.2.B.3 Solve addition number sentence problems originating from real-life 28, 75-76, 93-94, 115- and subtraction problems experiences 116, 135-136, 151-152, using three or more 191-192, 197, 477-478 addends. November 2.2.B.3.b. Solve multistep subtraction alex: Picture Perfect problems originating from real-life Facts experiences October 2.2.B.4.a. Justify the strategy used to solve addition problems November 2.2.B.4.b. Justify the strategy used to solve subtraction problems October 2.2.B.5. Use an estimate to determine if Harcourt Math: pp. 13- estimate, reasonable an answer is reasonable 14, 133-134, 167-168, 171-172, 235-236 7/3/2011 3 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING April 2.3.a. Label equal parts of a whole AMSTI Shapes, Halves, 1.4 Identify parts of a one half, fraction, using ½. and Symmetry - Inv 3 whole with two, three, or whole, equal parts Books: Apple four equal parts. Fractions by Jerry Pallotta, Clean Sweep Campers by Lucille Recht Penner Harcourt Math: pp. 444- 448 April 2.3.b. Label equal parts of a whole Harcourt Math: pp. 444- one third using ⅓. 448 April 2.3.c. Label equal parts of a whole Harcourt Math: pp. 444- one fourth using ¼. 448 November 2.4. Determine the monetary value of alex: What a Crafty 1.1.B.7 Determine the half dollar, one sets of coins and bills up to $2.00 Idea!, We All Scream for monetary value of dollar, coin, bill Ice Cream! AMSTI individual coins and sets Coins, Coupons, and of like coins up to $1.00 Combinations - Inv 2 Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 2, 4 Harcourt Math: pp. 204- 210, 222; Website: www.playtolearn.com/coun tmoney/count_money_mai n.asp December 2.4.B.1. Exchange coins of equivalent value Books: Quarter From exchange, the Tooth Fairy by Caren equivalent, value Holtzman Harcourt Math: pp. 211- 212, 215-216, 223-226 December 2.4.B.2. Apply monetary symbols, including Harcourt Math: p. 213 decimal point, cents, dollar ($), cent (¢), and decimal point. dollar, symbol December 2.4.B.3. Recognize the decimal numbers .10, .25, .50, and .75 as related to money 7/3/2011 4 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING ALGEBRA February 2.5. Create growing patterns. Harcourt Math: pp. 1.5 Create repeating pattern 358-368, 378, 495-496 patterns. Website: www.center.edu/pub/docs /chapter9.pdf October 2.6. Solve problems using the AMSTI Mathematical associative property associative property of addition. Thinking - Inv 4 of addition Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 2, 4, 5 Coins, Coupons, and Combinations - Inv 1 November 2.7.a. Describe change over time in AMSTI Mathematical qualitative, observable (qualitative) terms. Thinking - Inv 1 Coins, observable Coupons, and Combinations - Inv 4 Putting Together and Taking Apart - inv 2, 3 Shapes, Halves, and Symmetry Inv 2 November 2.7.b. Describe change over time in quantitative, measurable (quantitative) terms. measurable GEOMETRY February 2.8.a. Describe attributes of two- AMSTI Shapes, Halves, 1.8.B.1 Describe side, edge, vertex, dimensional (plane) figures using the and Symmetry - Inv 1, 2, similarities and angle, face, terms side, edge, vertex, and angle. 4 differences between attributes, two- Harcourt Math: pp. 316, plane and solid shapes. dimensional, plane, 319-320 rectangle, square, triangle, circle February 2.8.b. Describe attributes of three- Books: Mummy Math by side, surface, edge, dimensional (solid) figures using the Cindy Neuschwander vertex, angle, face, terms side, surface, edge, vertex, and Harcourt Math: pp. attributes, three- angle. 316, 330-338 dimensional, solid, cube, sphere, pyramid, rectangular prism 7/3/2011 5 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING January 2.8.B.1. Identify quadrilaterals, pentagons, Books: The Greedy quadrilateral, hexagons, or octagons Triangle by Marilyn Burns pentagon, hexagon, Harcourt Math: pp. 317- octagon 318 February 2.8.B.2. Identify line symmetry in plane Books: What is 1.8.B.3 Recognize real- line symmetry life examples of line geometric figures Symmetry? by Mindel symmetry. and Harry Sitomer Harcourt Math: pp. 344, 347-348 February 2.8.B.3. Create designs that exhibit line Books: Let's Fly a Kite symmetry, line symmetry by Stuart J. Murphy symmetry February 2.8.B.4. Recognize the results of changing Harcourt Math: pp. 1.8.B.4 Change the transformation, the position (transformation) of objects or 344, 349-352 position of objects or translation, rotation, shapes by sliding (translation), turning shapes by sliding and reflection, slide, (rotation), or flipping (reflection) turning flip, turn, vertical, horizontal January 2.9. Describe the route from one AMSTI How Long? How route, left, right, location to another by applying concepts Far? - Inv 1, 2 north, south, east, of direction and distance. west, up, down January 2.9.B.1. Follow multistep directions to Harcourt Math: pp. locate objects 281-282 January 2.9.B.2. Read maps of the school map environment January 2.9.B.3. Use grids for movement between Harcourt Math: pp. grid, point, up, down, points 276, 281-282 left, right MEASUREMENT March 2.10. Measure length in customary AMSTI How Long? 1.10.B.1 Measure the inch, foot, yard, units, including inches, feet, and yards. How Far? - Inv 1, 2 length of objects using a customary units Books: Keep Your variety of nonstandard Distance by Gail Herman units Harcourt Math: pp. 385- 388 2.10.B.1. Measure length using metric units. Harcourt Math: pp. 414- metric units, meter, March 416 centimeter 2.10.B.2. Measure length using appropriate ruler, yard stick, tools, including rulers, yard sticks, meter Harcourt Math: pp. 407- meter stick, tape March sticks, or tape measures 408 measure 7/3/2011 6 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING 2.11.a. Estimate weight by making AMSTI Shapes, Halves, estimate, compare, comparisons with familiar objects. and Symmetry - Inv 1 comparison, ounce, Harcourt Math: pp. 398- pound, weight March 406, 419-420 2.11.b. Estimate capacity by making Harcourt Math: pp. estimate, capacity April comparisons with familiar objects. 417-418 2.12.a. Tell time to the minute using alex: The Grouchy 1.11 Identify the hour half past, quarter Ladybug Tells Time, Take using analog and digital analog clocks. past, minute hour, a Walk Through My Day clocks 1.11.B.1 Books: It's About Identify the half-hour using half-hour, second Time, Max! by Kitty analog and digital clocks. hand, minute hand, Richards, Game Time! By hour hand Stuart J. Murphy Harcourt Math: pp. 242- 254, 309-310, 314 Website: www.cyberbee.com/games December /timeteacher.html 2.12.b. Tell time to the minute using December digital clocks. DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY September 2.13.a. Create displays, including AMSTI Mathematical 1.13 Organize objects or pictograph, label, appropriate labels, for a given set of Thinking - Inv 2, 5 information into data, concrete graph data using pictographs. Coins, Coupons, and predetermined and Combinations - Inv 1,2 labeled pictographs. Books: Skittles Riddles 1.13.B.2 Create by Barbara McGrath displays with appropriate Harcourt Math: pp. 55- labels. 58 September 2.13.b. Create displays, including alex: Lucky Charms 1.13 Organize objects or tally chart, tally appropriate labels, for a given set of Graphs information into table, survey data using tally charts. Harcourt Math: pp. 51- predetermined and 54 labeled tally charts. 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. September 2.13.c. Create displays, including alex: Graphing M&Ms 1.13 Organize objects or bar graph appropriate labels, for a given set of Books: Fair is Fair! By information into data using bar graphs. Jennifer Dussling predetermined and Harcourt Math: pp. 50, labeled bar graphs. 277-278 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. 7/3/2011 7 SECOND GRADE MATH STANDARDS PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING September 2.13.d. Create displays, including alex: Creepy Caterpillars 1.13 Organize objects or single-loop Venn appropriate labels, for a given set of to Beautiful Butterflies information into diagram, double-loop data using single- or double-loop Venn predetermined and Venn diagram diagrams. labeled double-loop Venn diagrams. 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. January 2.13.B.1. Interpret graphic displays Books: Tiger Math: interpret, graphic Learning to Graph from a display Baby Tiger by Ann Whitehead Nagda Harcourt Math: pp. 50, 59-60, 283-286 January 2.14. Determine if one event related Books: Probably predict, more likely, to everyday life is more likely or less Pistachio by Stuart J. less likely, outcome, likely to occur than another event. Murphy event, certain, Harcourt Math: pp. 292- impossible, likely, 304 unlikely, equally likely 7/3/2011 8 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING August 2.1.B.2. Determine the value of a digit Books: The Blast Off 1.1.B.4 Determine the digit, ones, tens, in the ones, tens, hundreds, and Kid by Laura Driscoll value of a digit in the hundreds, thousands place Harcourt Math: pp. 2- ones and tens place in thousands 12, 468-476 a numeral. August 2.1.B.3. Determine the value of a Harcourt Math: pp. 5- expanded notation number expressed in expanded 6, 9-10 notation August 2.1.b. Demonstrate concepts of Books: Spunky 1.1 Count forward by number sense by counting forward by Monkeys on Parade ones, twos, fives, and threes from a given number. by Stuart J. Murphy tens up to 100. Harcourt Math: pp. 23, 493 August 2.1.c. Demonstrate concepts of 1.1 Count backward number sense by counting backward by ones, twos, fives, by threes from a given number. and tens from 100. August 2.1.f. Demonstrate concepts of Books: The Odds Get odd number, even number sense by differentiating Even: The Day Odd number between odd and even numbers. Numbers Went on Strike by Pamela Hall, Even Steven and Odd Todd by Kathryn Cristaldi, Among the Odds and Evens: A Tale of Adventure by Priscilla Turner Harcourt Math: pp. 20, 25-26 August 2.1.B.1. Identify position using ordinal Harcourt Math: pp. 35- 1.1.B.1 Identify ordinal number, numbers to 100th 36 position using ordinal position numbers 1st through 10th. 7/3/2011 9 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING September 2.13.a. Create displays, including AMSTI 1.13 Organize objects pictograph, label, appropriate labels, for a given set of Mathematical or information into data, concrete data using pictographs. Thinking - Inv 2, 5 predetermined and graph Coins, Coupons, and labeled pictographs. Combinations - Inv 1.13.B.2 Create 1,2 displays with Books: Skittles appropriate labels. Riddles by Barbara McGrath Harcourt September 2.13.b. Create displays, including alex: Lucky Charms 1.13 Organize objects tally chart, tally appropriate labels, for a given set of Graphs or information into table, survey data using tally charts. Harcourt Math: pp. 51-predetermined and 54 labeled tally charts. 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. September 2.13.c. Create displays, including alex: Graphing M&Ms 1.13 Organize objects bar graph appropriate labels, for a given set of Books: Fair is Fair! or information into data using bar graphs. By Jennifer Dussling predetermined and Harcourt Math: pp. labeled bar graphs. 50, 277-278 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. September 2.13.d. Create displays, including alex: Creepy 1.13 Organize objects single-loop Venn appropriate labels, for a given set of Caterpillars to or information into diagram, double- data using single- or double-loop Beautiful Butterflies predetermined and loop Venn diagram Venn diagrams. labeled double-loop Venn diagrams. 1.13.B.2 Create displays with appropriate labels. 7/3/2011 10 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING September 2.2.B.1.a. Demonstrate Books: 12 Ways to 1.3 Demonstrate count on, sum, computational fluency for basic Get 11 by Eve computational fluency doubles, doubles addition facts with sums through 18, Merriam of basic addition facts plus one using horizontal form Harcourt Math: pp. by identifying sums to 66, 68-70, 73, 82, 85, 10. 107, 109, 430 September 2.2.B.1.b. Demonstrate Harcourt Math: pp. computational fluency for basic 67, 71-72, 74, 86, addition facts with sums through 18 , 104, 106, 108, 110, using vertical form 430 September 2.2.B.1.c. Demonstrate computational Harcourt Math: pp. 1.3 Demonstrate fluency for basic subtraction facts 82-85, 87, 89-92 computational fluency with differences with minuends of basic subtraction through 18, using horizontal form facts by identifying differences with minuends of 10 or September 2.2.B.1.d. Demonstrate Harcourt Math: pp. computational fluency for basic 82, 84, 86, 88 subtraction facts with differences with minuends through 18, using vertical form October 2.2.a. Apply the operation of addition AMSTI 1.2.B.2 Solve add, addition, to solve problems involving two-digit Mathematical problems requiring the sum, addend, numerals, using multiple strategies Thinking - Inv 1, 2, 4, addition of one- or two- double without regrouping. 5 Coins, Coupons, digit numerals without and Combinations - regrouping. Inv 1,2, 3, 4 Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Harcourt Math: p. 110 October 2.2.b. Apply the operation of addition Harcourt Math: pp. regroup to solve problems involving two-digit 111-114, 122-132, numerals, using multiple strategies 178-184, 198, 213- with regrouping. 214, 502 7/3/2011 11 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING October 2.2.B.3.a. Solve multistep addition Harcourt Math: pp. 1.2.B.3 Solve addition number sentence problems originating from real-life 27-28, 75-76, 93-94, and subtraction experiences 115-116, 135-136, problems using three 151-152, 191-192, or more addends. 197, 477-478 October 2.6. Solve problems using the AMSTI associative associative property of addition. Mathematical property of Thinking - Inv 4 addition Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 2, 4, 5 Coins, Coupons, and Combinations - Inv 1 October 2.2.B.4.a. Justify the strategy used to solve addition problems October 2.2.B.5. Use an estimate to Harcourt Math: pp. estimate, determine if an answer is reasonable 13-14, 133-134, 167- reasonable 168, 171-172, 235-236 October 2.2.c. Apply the operation of Harcourt Math: pp. 1.2.B.2 Solve subtract, subtraction to solve problems 142-146 problems requiring the subtrahend, involving two-digit numerals, using subtraction of one- or minuend, multiple strategies without regrouping. two-digit numerals difference, less without regrouping. than November 2.2.d. Apply the operation of Harcourt Math: pp. subtraction to solve problems 147-150, 158-166, involving two-digit numerals, using 169-170, 178, 185- multiple strategies with regrouping. 190, 231-234 November 2.2.B.3.b. Solve multistep subtraction alex: Picture Perfect problems originating from real-life Facts experiences October 2.2.B.4.a. Justify the strategy used to solve addition problems 7/3/2011 12 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING November 2.4. Determine the monetary value of alex: What a Crafty 1.1.B.7 Determine the half dollar, one sets of coins and bills up to $2.00 Idea!, We All Scream monetary value of dollar, coin, bill for Ice Cream! individual coins and AMSTI Coins, sets of like coins up to Coupons, and $1.00 Combinations - Inv 2 Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 2, 4 Harcourt Math: pp. 204-210, 222; Website: www.playtolearn.com/c ountmoney/count_mon December 2.4.B.1. Exchange coins of equivalent Books: Quarter From exchange, value the Tooth Fairy by equivalent, value Caren Holtzman Harcourt Math: pp. 211-212, 215-216, 223-226 December 2.4.B.2. Apply monetary symbols, Harcourt Math: p. 213 decimal point, including dollar ($), cent (¢), and cents, dollar, decimal point. symbol December 2.4.B.3. Recognize the decimal numbers .10, .25, .50, and .75 as related to money 7/3/2011 13 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING December 2.12.a. Tell time to the minute using alex: The Grouchy 1.11 Identify the hour half past, quarter analog clocks. Ladybug Tells Time, using analog and past, minute hour, Take a Walk Through digital clocks half-hour, second My Day Books: 1.11.B.1 Identify the hand, minute It's About Time, Max! half-hour using analog hand, hour hand by Kitty Richards, and digital clocks. Game Time! By Stuart J. Murphy Harcourt Math: pp. 242-254, 309-310, 314 Website: www.cyberbee.com/ga mes/timeteacher.html December 2.12.b. Tell time to the minute using digital clocks. January 2.9. Describe the route from one AMSTI How Long? route, left, right, location to another by applying How Far? - Inv 1, 2 north, south, east, concepts of direction and distance. west, up, down January 2.9.B.1. Follow multistep directions to Harcourt Math: pp. locate objects 281-282 January 2.9.B.2. Read maps of the school map environment January 2.9.B.3. Use grids for movement Harcourt Math: pp. grid, point, up, between points 276, 281-282 down, left, right January 2.13.B.1. Interpret graphic displays Books: Tiger Math: interpret, graphic Learning to Graph display from a Baby Tiger by Ann Whitehead Nagda Harcourt Math: pp. 50, 59-60, 283-286 7/3/2011 14 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING January 2.14. Determine if one event related Books: Probably predict, more to everyday life is more likely or less Pistachio by Stuart J. likely, less likely, likely to occur than another event. Murphy outcome, event, Harcourt Math: pp. certain, 292-304 impossible, likely, unlikely, equally likely January 2.8.B.1. Identify quadrilaterals, Books: The Greedy quadrilateral, pentagons, hexagons, or octagons Triangle by Marilyn pentagon, Burns hexagon, octagon Harcourt Math: pp. 317-318 February 2.8.a. Describe attributes of two- AMSTI Shapes, 1.8.B.1 Describe side, edge, dimensional (plane) figures using the Halves, and similarities and vertex, angle, terms side, edge, vertex, and angle. Symmetry - Inv 1, 2, 4 differences between face, attributes, Harcourt Math: pp. plane and solid two-dimensional, 316, 319-320 shapes. plane, rectangle, square, triangle, circle February 2.8.b. Describe attributes of three- Books: Mummy Math side, surface, dimensional (solid) figures using the by Cindy edge, vertex, terms side, surface, edge, vertex, and Neuschwander angle, face, angle. Harcourt Math: pp. attributes, three- 316, 330-338 dimensional, solid, cube, sphere, pyramid, rectangular prism February 2.8.B.2. Identify line symmetry in Books: What is 1.8.B.3 Recognize line symmetry plane geometric figures Symmetry? by Mindel real-life examples of and Harry Sitomer line symmetry. Harcourt Math: pp. 344, 347-348 February 2.8.B.3. Create designs that exhibit Books: Let's Fly a symmetry, line line symmetry Kite by Stuart J. symmetry Murphy 7/3/2011 15 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING February 2.8.B.4. Recognize the results of Harcourt Math: pp. 1.8.B.4 Change the transformation, changing the position (transformation) 344, 349-352 position of objects or translation, of objects or shapes by sliding shapes by sliding and rotation, (translation), turning (rotation), or turning reflection, slide, flipping (reflection) flip, turn, vertical, horizontal February 2.5. Create growing patterns. Harcourt Math: pp. 1.5 Create repeating pattern 358-368, 378, 495- patterns. 496 Website: www.center.edu/pub/d ocs/chapter9.pdf March 2.10. Measure length in customary AMSTI How Long? 1.10.B.1 Measure the inch, foot, yard, units, including inches, feet, and yards. How Far? - Inv 1, 2 length of objects using customary units Books: Keep Your a variety of Distance by Gail nonstandard units Herman Harcourt Math: pp. 385-388 March 2.11.a. Estimate weight by making AMSTI Shapes, estimate, comparisons with familiar objects. Halves, and compare, Symmetry - Inv 1 comparison, Harcourt Math: pp. ounce, pound, 398-406, 419-420 weight March 2.10.B.2. Measure length using Harcourt Math: pp. ruler, yard stick, appropriate tools, including rulers, 407-408 meter stick, tape yard sticks, meter sticks, or tape measure measures March 2.10.B.1. Measure length using Harcourt Math: pp. metric units, metric units. 414-416 meter, centimeter April 2.11.b. Estimate capacity by making Harcourt Math: pp. estimate, capacity comparisons with familiar objects. 417-418 7/3/2011 16 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING April 2.3.a. Label equal parts of a whole AMSTI Shapes, 1.4 Identify parts of a one half, fraction, using ½. Halves, and whole with two, three, whole, equal parts Symmetry - Inv 3 or four equal parts. Books: Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta, Clean Sweep Campers by Lucille Recht Penner Harcourt Math: pp. 444-448 April 2.3.b. Label equal parts of a whole Harcourt Math: pp. one third using ⅓. 444-448 April 2.3.c. Label equal parts of a whole Harcourt Math: pp. one fourth using ¼. 444-448 April 2.1.a. Demonstrate concepts of AMSTI 1.1.k. Use multiple whole numbers number sense by using multiple Mathematical representations for a representations of whole numbers up Thinking - Inv 2 given number. to 1000. Coins, Coupons, and Combinations - Inv 1, 3, 4 Putting Together and Taking Apart - Inv 1, 2, 4, 5 Harcourt Math: pp.475-476 May 2.1.d. Demonstrate concepts of 1.1.B.6 Determine the number sense by identifying a number value of a number that that is 100 more than a given number. is 10 more than a given number. May 2.1.e. Demonstrate concepts of 1.1.B.6 Determine the number sense by identifying a number value of a number that that is 100 less than a given number. is 10 less than a given number May 2.2.B.2.a. Interpret multiplication as Harcourt Math: pp. multiply repeated addition 522-524 7/3/2011 17 SECOND GRADE MATH (by pacing) PACING MONTHS AL COS STANDARDS RESOURCES PREREQUISITE SKILLS VOCABULARY TESTING May 2.2.B.2.b. Interpret division as equal Books: The Great divide, equal groupings Divide: A groupings Mathematical Marathon by Dayle Ann Dodds Harcourt Math:pp. 529-532 7/3/2011 18