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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



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      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




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     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




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       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




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                   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




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      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




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                   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.

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     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




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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.




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 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.




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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



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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




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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




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 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




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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


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 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




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 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



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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




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