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1 Second Quarter Assurances The student will explore the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. The student will explore numbers in depth using a number line, 100s chart, and place value. The student will solve addition and subtraction story problems. The student will understand that numbers can be modeled in different ways. The student will explore two-digit addition. The student will identify, read, and write 3-digit numbers using place value. The student will explore 3-digit addition. The student will determine the value of a collection of coins up to \$1.00. The student will identify, describe, and compare 3-dimensional figures according to their attributes. The student will compare and contrast 2- and 3-dimensional figures. The student will demonstrate automaticity on timed test solving addition facts 0 through 18 with 20 problems in 3 minutes with 85% accuracy. The student will identify math in everyday situations. The student will solve problems using problem-solving strategies. The student will use everyday objects and/or manipulatives to solve problems. The student will use math vocabulary and symbols. The student will make generalizations from patterns. The student will explain why an answer is reasonable and the process they used to solve the problem. Vocabulary regrouping hundreds penny (1 ; \$0.01) nickel (5, \$0.05) dime (10 ; \$0.10) quarter (25, \$0.25) half dollar (50, \$0.50) sphere cone cube cylinder pyramid rectangular prism 2-/3-dimensional figure flat/curved surfaces face edge vertex/vertices rectangle triangle square circle hexagon rhombus trapezoid parallelogram polygon congruent line of symmetry Number Chat/Singapore Math Number Bonds (0-20) -connection between addition and subtraction -automaticity (to 20) -complete the number bond Number Line (0-999) -place value -identify missing numbers -identfiy number patterns -vertical number lines Number Collections (0-20) -different ways to make numbers -addition and subtraction story problems Model Drawing -addition-with and without regrouping (using discrete models) -subtraction-without regrouping (using discrete models) 100's Chart -identify number patterns -skip counting from any number Place Value (0-999) -identify numbers by hundreds, tens and ones -identify numbers greater than and less than

2 Addition/ Subtraction The student will explore addition of two-digit numbers with and without regrouping. 2.3B Model addition and subtraction of two-digit numbers with objects, pictures, words, and numbers. The student will model 20-digit addition with and without regrouping. Chapter 6 Lesson 6.1 Chapter 6 Lesson 6.2 Chapter 6 Lesson 6.3 Chapter 6 Lesson 6.4 Chapter 6 Lesson 6.5 Chapter 6 Lesson 6.6 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.1 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.2 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.3 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.5 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.6 Chapter 7 Lesson 7.7 Chapter 6 Count on Addition! Chapter 7 Addition Game days; ongoing 2.14 Use logical reasoning to The student will estimate justify his/her thinking using sums of 2-digit addition. objects, words, pictures, numbers, and technology Textbook Reference: Chapter 7 Lesson 7.4 *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test.

3 Place Value The student will explore how numbers are named using the digits 0-9 and are grouped in sets of tens, hundreds, etc. and how the position of the digit determines its value. 2.1A Use concrete model of hundreds, tens, and ones to represent a given whole number (up to 999) in various ways The student will understand hundreds as groups of 10. The student will use models to identify the number of hundreds, The tens, student and ones. will understand that numbers can be written in different ways. Chapter 20 Lesson 20.1 Chapter 20 Lesson 20.2 Chapter 20 Lesson 20.5 Chapter 20 Break It on Down! Number Bond Cards Place Value Cards 5 days; ongoing 2.1B Use place value to read, write, and describe the value of whole numbers to 999. The student will identify the place value of digits in different ways. The student will read and write 3-digit numbers in different ways. Chapter 20 Lesson 20.3 Chapter 20 Lesson 20.4 Chapter 20 Break It on Down! Place Value Cards and Activities 2.1C Use place value to compare and order whole numbers to 999 and recorded the comparisons using numbers and symbols (<, =, >) The student will use the greater than, less than, and equal symbols to compare 3-digit numbers. The student will write 3- digit numbers from greatest to least and from least to greatest. Chapter 21 Lesson 21.1 Chapter 21 Lesson 21.3 Chapter 21 Coin Bank Patterning Place Value Cards and Activities 5 days; ongoing *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test.

4 Place Value The student will explore (cont'd.) how numbers are named using the digits 0-9 and are grouped in sets of tens, hundreds, etc. and how the position of the digit determines its value. Addition/ Subtraction (cont'd.) The student will explore addition of three-digit numbers with and without regrouping. 2.5A Find patterns in numbers such as in a 100s chart 2.5B Use place value to compare and order whole numbers through Adds and subtracts whole numbers to solve problems. The student will identify and extend skip-counting patterns. The student will solve problems by looking for a pattern. The student will use place value to compare. The student will explore 3-digit addition with and without regrouping. Chapter 21 Lesson 21.4 Chapter 21 Lesson 21.5 Chapter 21 Coin Bank Patterning Place Value Cards and Activities Chapter 21 Lesson 21.2 Chapter 21 Coin Bank Patterning Place Value Cards and Activities Chapter 22 Lesson 22.1 Chapter 22 Lesson 22.2 Chapter 22 Lesson 22.3 Chapter 22 Lesson 22.4 Chapter 22 Addition Game Plus! *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test. 5 days; ongoing

5 Money The student will determine the value of a collection of coins. 2.3D Determine the value of a collection of coins up to one dollar. The student will count collections of dimes, nickels, and pennies to 50. Chapter 11 Lesson 11.1 Chapter 11 Lesson 11.2 Chapter 11 Lesson 11.3 Chapter 11 Lesson 11.4 Chapter 11 Lesson 11.5 Chapter 11 What's in Your Pocket? 5 days; ongoing 2.3E Describe how the cent symbol, dollar symbol, and the decimal point are used to name the value of a collection of coins. The student will solve problems by making a model. Chapter 20 Lesson 20.6 *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test.

6 Geometry The student will understand that threedimensional objects can be describe, sorted, and classified according to their attributes. 2.7 Uses attributes to identify twoand three-dimensional geometric figures. The student will indentify 3-dimensional figures. Resources Textbook Reference: Chapter 14 Lesson 14.1 Chapter 14 Got Solids? 5-10 days; ongoing 2.7A Describe attributes (the number of vertices, faces, edges, sides) of two- and threedimensional geometric figures, such as circles, polygons, spheres, cones, cylinders, prisms, and pyramids, etc. The student describe attributes of 3- dimensional figures. The student use attributes to compare and contrast 3-dimensional figures. Textbook Reference: Chapter 14 Lesson 14.3 Chapter 14 Lesson 14.4 Chapter 14 Got Solids? 2.7B Use attributes to describe how 2 two-dimensional or 2 three-dimensional figures are alike or different The student will sort figures by their flat and curves surfaces. The student will make 2- dimensional figures from 3-dimensional figures. The student will solve problems by making a table. Textbook Reference: Chapter 14 Lesson 14.2 Chapter 14 Lesson 14.5 Chapter 14 Lesson 14.6 Chapter 14 Got Solids? *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test..

7 Geometry (cont'd.) The student will understand that twodimensional figures can be compared, sorted, and classified according to their geometric properties and can be moved in a place or space. 2.7 Uses attributes to identify twoand three-dimensional geometric figures. 2.7A Describe attributes (the number of vertices, faces, edges, sides) of two- and threedimensional geometric figures, such as circles, polygons, spheres, cones, cylinders, prisms, and pyramids, etc. The student will identify 2-dimensional figures and combine 2- dimensional figures to make new figures. The student will describe and classify 2- dimensional figures and solve problems by using logical reasoning. Chapter 15 Lesson 15.1 Chapter 15 Lesson 15.3 Chapter 15 Lesson 15.2 Chapter 15 Lesson B Use attributes to describe how 2 two-dimensional or 2 three-dimensional figures are alike or different The student will use attributes to describe how two figures are congruent Chapter 15 Lesson 15.6 Chapter 15 Congruent Shapes 2.7C Cut two-dimensional geometric figures apart and identify the new geometric figures made The student will use a line of symmetry to cut a two-dimensional figure into congruent figures. Chapter 15 Lesson 15.4 Chapter 15 Lesson 15.7 Chapter 15 Congruent Shapes *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test.

8 Automaticity The student will 2.3A Recall and apply basic demonstrate automaticity addition and subtraction facts (to on timed tests by solving 18) addition facts 0 through 18 with 20 problems in 3 minutes at 85% accuracy. The student will learn and recall addition facts through 18, and demonstrate this knowledge through timed tests. d Test Mad Minutes Regularly throughout the quarter *The textbook chapters and lessons listed are ones which address the. Select only those that would best support your instructional needs. Bolded are readiness standards for the STAAR test.

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