### Course Overview

This Grade 2 Math course emphasizes base-ten notation, fluency with addition and subtraction, using standard units of measure, and describing and analyzing shapes.

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### Course Objectives & Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Acellus Grade 2 Math, students will be able to solve word problems; count on; add doubles and near doubles; make 10 and add a zero; change addends order; identify number patterns; add three numbers; count backwards; complete fact families; use addition to find differences; identify missing addends; identify the ones and tens place value; and write expanded form of numbers and number words to 100.

Students will be able to convert to ordinal numbers; compare numbers using greater than, less than, or equal to; order numbers; round number to tens place; identify odd and even numbers; find patterns on hundreds chart; count by ten; add and subtract multiples of ten; regroup when adding and subtracting; record, add, and subtract two-digits; rewrite 2-digit addition and subtraction; mentally add and subtract tens; estimate sums; and use a table.

Students will also be able to use bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots; locate points on grids; determine certain or impossible, or more, less, or equally likely events and outcomes; count, add, subtract, and use money; tell time to five and fifteen minutes; count minutes before the hour; identify a.m. and p.m.; identify days, weeks, months, years; and use a calendar; identify solid and plane figures; identify, extend, and create patterns; find a pattern’s missing piece; identity and extend patterns that grow; measure weight, mass, capacity and temperature; name fractions that describe various equal parts of a whole.

Finally, students will be able to identify ones, tens, and hundreds place value; add, subtract, estimate, compare, order, regroup, and write expanded form of 3-digit numbers; count by fives and tens; add and subtract multiples of 100; skip count; and multiply.