## 2A Mrs. Canuso's Class Page

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### MATHEMATICS

 Second Grade Math utilizes the Houghton-Mifflin Series along with numerous resources such as manipulatives and technologies in the classroom. Lessons are introduced in a hands-onapproach and build on prior knowledge. Mathematical vocabulary is taught and reinforcedthrough frequent use. Students are called to higher level thinking through problem solvingand often work along with other students to "talk out" solutions. Student assessment is variedand ongoing, and includes performance assessments, application of learned skills, and dailyinformal reviews.     My objective is not only to give my students a solid understanding of basic mathematics concepts and skills, but also to challenge them to be problem solvers and understand that math is useful and necessary in many real-worldsituations.                 Mathematics Concepts taught in the second grade:                                                •  Number Concepts Through 50                        •  Addition Facts and Strategies                        •  Subtraction Facts and Strategies                        •  Data, Graphing, and Probability                        •  Place Value                        •  Number Concepts and Patterns (Even / Odd, Skip Counting, Ordinal Numbers, Patterns)                        •  Plane Shapes                        •  Solid Shapes                        •  Fractions                        •  Regrouping with Addition                        •  Using Two-Digit Addition                        •  Regrouping with Subtraction                                        •  Using Two-Digit Subtraction                        •  Counting Money                        •  Using Money                        •  Time and Calendar                        •  Length                        •  Weight, Capacity, and Temperature                        •  Multiplication and Division                        •  Numbers through 10,000                        •  Adding Three-Digit Numbers                        •  Subtracting Three-Digit Numbers