Milan Area Schools » Curriculum » Second Grade “Everyday Mathematics”

- Secure
- Count by 2s, 5s and 10s
- Make tallies and give the total
- Know "easier" addition facts
- Construct fact families for addition and subtraction
- Complete simple Frames-and-Arrows diagrams
- Solve simple addition number stories
- Find equivalent names for numbers
- Identify place value in 2-digit and 3-digit numbers
- Show "P," "N," "D," and "Q" for a given amount
- Know all addition facts
- Know easy subtraction facts
- Add and subtract multiples of 10
- Identify 2-dimensional shapes
- Add three 1-digit numbers mentally
- Know complements of 10
- Count by 2s, 5s, and 10s and describe the patterns
- Find missing addends for the next multiple of 10
- Solve number-grid puzzles
- Plot data on a bar graph
- Shade a specified fractional part of a region
- Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a region
- Use a ruler, tape measure, and meter/yardstick correctly
- Read and write money amounts in decimal notation
- Use equivalent coins to show money amounts in different ways
- Use a calculator to compute money amounts
- Know exchange values of U.S. coins
- Know and express automatically the values of digits in 2-, 3- and 4-digit numbers
- Multiply numbers with 0 or 1 as a factor
- Tell time to 5-minute intervals
- Demonstrate calendar concepts and skills
- Compare quantities from a bar graph

- Developing/Secure
- Know "harder" addition facts
- Know "easier" subtraction facts
- Complete "What's My Rule?" tables
- Solve simple subtraction number stories
- Tell time to 5-minute intervals
- Draw line segments
- Add and subtract with multiples of 10
- Solve addition and subtraction number stories
- Measure to the nearest inch
- Measure to the nearest centimeter
- Identify equivalencies for inches, feet, and yards
- Construct multiplication/division fact families
- Multiply numbers with 2, 5, and 10 as a factor
- Learning Goal By Assessment Rubric Indicators

- Developing
- Find values of coin and bill combinations
- Know "easy" addition facts
- Identify place value for ones, tens and hundreds
- Complete number sequences; identify and use number patterns to solve problems
- Find equivalent names for numbers
- Compare numbers: write symbols <, >, and =
- Know "harder" subtraction facts
- Solve Frames-and-Arrows problems having two rules
- Make change
- Know more difficult subtraction facts
- Devise and use strategies for finding sums of 2-digit numbers
- Devise and use strategies for finding differences of 2-digit numbers
- Estimate approximate costs and sums
- Read °F on a thermometer
- Identify 3-dimensional shapes, such as rectangular prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres
- Identify symmetrical figures
- Find common attributes of shapes
- Identify parallel and nonparallel line segments
- Use the trade-first method to solve 2-digit subtraction problems
- Make ballpark estimates of exact answers
- Model multiplication problems with arrays
- Add three 2-digit numbers mentally
- Find missing addends for any multiple of 10
- Find the median (middle value) of a data set
- Understand fractions as names for equal parts of a region or set
- Understand that the amount represented by a fraction depends on the size of the whole (ONE)
- Shade a specified fractional part of a collection
- Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a collection
- Recognize equivalent fraction names
- Measure to the nearest 1/2 inch
- Measure to the nearest 1/2 cm
- Use appropriate units for measurement and recognize sensible measurements
- Find area concretely
- Find perimeter concretely
- Solve money stories involving change
- Estimate totals for "ballpark" check of exact answers
- Know and express automatically the values of digits in 5-digit numbers
- Estimate and solve addition and subtraction number stories with dollars and cents
- Solve 1-digit multiplication stories (multiples of equal groups)
- Solve simple division stories (equal sharing and equal groupings)
- Multiply numbers with 2, 5, or 10 as a factor
- Construct multiplication/division fact families
- Make difference and ratio comparisons
- Determine the median, maximum, minimum, and range of a data set

- Beginning/Developing
- Solve stories about multiples of equal groups
- Solve equal-grouping and equal-sharing division problems
- Compare fractions
- Identify equivalencies for mm, cm, dm and m

- Beginning
- Use parentheses in number models
- Use alternate names for times of day
- Know "harder" multiplication facts
- Determine the mode of a data set