```Grade 2- Unit 8
Lesson 1
•I can draw diagonals in quadrilaterals.
•I can observe shapes formed by diagonal lines in
Lesson 2
•I can define midpoint.
•I can explore ways to find the midpoint of a line
segment.
•I can predict the shapes that will be formed by joining
midpoints of opposite sides of quadrilaterals.
•I can join midpoints of opposite sides of
Grade 2 – Unit 8 cont.
Lesson 3
• I can draw diagonals and connect midpoints of
• I can observe shapes formed by decomposing
Lesson 1
• I can combine pennies, nickels, and dimes to make
25 cents.
• I can count by quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies
to different totals.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 2
• I can state how many pennies, nickels, dimes, and
quarters, equal one dollar.
• I can combine quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies to
equal one dollar.
• I can count one dollar and coins.
Lesson 3
• I can find unknown partners.
• I can observe similarities between ten partners and
hundred partners.
• I can use different methods to find partners of 100.
• I can invent different ways to solve 100 – n exercises.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 4
• I can ungroup a ten into ten ones in order to
subtract.
• I can invent ways to solve subtraction story
problems. I can decide when to ungroup and
when not to ungroup.
• I can explain subtraction methods for rewriting a
top number to show ungrouping.
Lesson 5
• I can solve 2-digit subtraction problems using the
Expanded Method and the Ungroup First
Method.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 6
of two subtraction methods.
• I can solve subtraction story problems with a
preferred method.
• I can explain a 2-digit subtraction method.
Lesson 7
• I can apply methods for solving 2-digit
subtraction problems with totals of 200.
• I can explain how to subtract from a total of 200.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 8
• I can subtract a 2-digit number from any 3-digit number
under 200.
• I can decide when to ungroup and rewrite in
subtraction.
Lesson 9
• I can subtract 2-digit numbers from numbers with a
zero in the tens or ones place (totals to 200).
Lesson 10
• I can make change for a dollar in dimes and pennies.
• I can use exact change.
Grade 2 - Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 11
• I can compare addition and subtraction methods.
Lesson 12
• I can identify partners in numbers to 200.
• I can subtract and count on to find unknown partners.
• I can write eight equations from a math mountain.
Lesson 13
• I can use a preferred method to solve addition and
subtraction problems.
• I can explain a method of solving 2-digit addition and
subtraction problems.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 14
• I can add up to find unknown partners.
• I can add up to calculate change from two
dollars.
• I can add money amounts and subtract the
total from two dollars numerically or by adding
up.
Lesson 15
• I can add up to solve unknown partner story
problems.
Grade 2 – Unit 9 cont.
Lesson 16
• I can add up to solve unknown partner story
problems.
Lesson 17
• I can solve a variety of problems using
mathematical concepts and skills.
• I can use the mathematical processes in the
context of problem solving, connections,
reasoning and proof, communication and
representation.
Lesson 1
• I can identify congruent figures.
• I can identify similar figures.
• I can use a sorting rule to group 2-D figures.
Lesson 2
• I can combine two- dimensional shapes to make
new shapes.
• I can predict the results of combining twodimensional shapes.
• I can predict the results of cutting apart twodimensional shapes.
Grade 2 – Unit 10 cont.
Lesson 3
• I can recognize transformations: slides, flips and turns.
• I can extend geometric patterns that use transformations.
Lesson 4
• I can show and analyze patterns.
• I can create and extend growing and motion patterns.
Lesson 5
• I can find area by covering and counting non-standard
square units.
• I can calculate area by counting square centimeters.
• I can estimate the area of figures on centimeter grid
paper.
Lesson 1
• I can count to 1,000 by hundreds.
• I can represent 3-digit numbers with boxes, sticks
and circles.
• I can count from a 3-digit number into the next
hundred.
Lesson 2
• I can tell the difference between hundreds, tens,
and ones, and place them in the correct order.
Lesson 3
• I can count by ones and tens over a hundred, from a
number more than 100 to a number less than
1,000.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 4
• I can estimate quantities (up to 1,000).
• I can group objects into tens and hundreds.
• I can recognize that 10 ones are equal to a ten
and that 10 tens are equal to a hundred.
Lesson 5
• I can represent addition problems to show place
value.
• I can apply knowledge of place value to story
problems with groups of ten and a hundred and
leftover ones.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 6
• I can make twenty-five cents with combinations of
dimes, nickels and pennies.
Lesson 7
• I can use the dollar sign and decimal point to write
dollar amounts.
• I can buy and sell goods using exact money
amounts.
Lesson 8
• I can buy and sell goods using a five dollar bill, and
make change.
• I can explain how to make change from a five-dollar
bill.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 9
• I can group numbers when adding over 100.
Lesson 10
• I can explain the methods used to solve addition story problems.
• I can discuss what make good explanations and good questions.
• I can invent ways to solve addition problems in which both
numbers have three digits.
Lesson 11
• I can organize data in a table.
• I can use information in a table to solve problems.
• I can add 3-digit money amounts.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 12
• I can present good explanations of methods used to
• I can practice solving 2- and 3-digit addition
exercises.
Lesson 13
• I can use the Adding up Method to solve unknown
partner exercises containing 3-digit numbers.
• I can use the Adding up Method to make change.
Lesson 14
• I can create and solve story problems involving 3digit subtraction.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 15
• I can subtract 3-digit numbers with a zero in the
ones or tens place of the top number.
• I can create story problems involving 3-digit
subtraction.
Lesson 16
• I can subtract 3-digit numbers using ungrouping.
• I can subtract money amounts.
• I can solve story problems involving money
amounts.
Lesson 17
• I can subtract from any 3-digit number with or
without ungrouping.
• I can represent subtraction of any 3-digit number.
Grade 2 – Unit 11 cont.
Lesson 18
• I can recognize whether or not ungrouping is
necessary to subtract 3-digit numbers.
• I can practice ungrouping.
Lesson 19
• I can discriminate between addition and subtraction
situations and apply the appropriate operations.
• I can use addition to check subtraction and
Lesson 20
• I can solve complex story problems containing 3digit numbers.
Lesson 21
• I can discriminate between addition and subtraction
situations and apply the appropriate operation.
Lesson 22
• I can subtract money amounts from \$10.
• I can buy and sell goods.
Lesson 23
• I can solve a variety of problems using mathematical
concepts and skills.
• I can use the mathematical processes in the context of
problem solving, connections, reasoning and proof,
communication and representation.
Lesson 1
• I can make a meter stick.
• I can compare metric and monetary systems.
• I can measure the length and height of objects and
people.
• I can enter data in a table.
• I can define meter, centimeter and decimeter.
Lesson 2
• I can use abbreviations cm, dm, and m.
• I can review relationships among centimeters,
decimeters, and meters.
• I can measure with metric units.
Grade 2 – Unit 12 cont.
Lesson 3
• I can convert measures in centimeters to a combination
of meters , decimeters, and centimeters.
• I can solve story problems requiring metric conversion.
• I can understand the base ten system in metric
measurement and numbers.
Lesson 4
• I can recognize the base ten system in metric and
monetary systems.
• I can solve story problems involving metric and
monetary systems.
Grade 2 – Unit 12 cont.
Lesson 5
• I can distinguish between 2- and 3- dimensional
shapes.
• I can measure the length, width, and height of a
rectangle prism.
• I can identify faces, edges, and vertices of a
rectangle prism.
• I can count cubic units to find volume.
Lesson 6
• I can identify and name 3-dimensional shapes.
• I can determine if a solid stacks, rolls, and/or slides.
• I can compare 3-dimensional shapes.
• I can sort 3-dimensional shapes using a Venn
diagram.
Lesson 1
• I can recognize that multiplication is counting by a number.
• I can relate repeated addition and multiplication.
• I can solve multiplication problems.
• I can count by 2’s.
Lesson 2
• I can recognize that multiplication is counting by a number.
• I can count by 3’s.
Lesson 3
• I can recognize that multiplication is counting by a number.
• I can count by 4’s.
Lesson 4
• I can recognize that multiplication is counting by a
number.
• I can count by 5’s.
• I can use the array model for multiplication.
Lesson 5
• I can use count bys and arrays to solve multiplication
problems.
Lesson 6
• I can use the comparative terms half, double, twice, and
equal shares appropriately.
• I can read information in a graph.
Grade 2 – Unit 13 cont.
Lesson 7
• I can understand the meaning of division of equal shares
and as repeated subtraction.
• I can use models to solve simple division problems.
Lesson 8
• I can find lines of symmetry.
• I can recognize and draw symmetrical shapes.
• I can find symmetry in everyday objects.
Lesson 9
• I can identify and represent one half, one third, one
fourth, two thirds, and three fourths in geometrical
shapes.
• I can understand what numerator and denominator
signify.
Grade 2 – Unit 13 cont.
Lesson 10
• I can compare fractions using fraction strips.
• I can write money amounts in fractions.
Lesson 11
• I can describe events as impossible, possible or
certain.
• I can discuss whether a game is fair or unfair.
• I can predict the results of a probability
experiment and then do the experiment to check
the prediction.
Grade 2 – Unit 13 cont.
Lesson 12
• I can identify all possible outcomes for a probability
experiment and decide which is most likely and least
likely to happen. Then do the experiment to check the
predictions.
• I can use numbers to describe the probability of an
event.
• I can find all the possible combinations for a given
situation.
Lesson 13
• I can solve a variety of problems using mathematical
concepts and skills.
• I can use mathematical processes in the context of
problem solving, connections, reasoning and proof,
communication, and representation.
Lesson 1
• I can explore non-standard units.
Lesson 2
• I can estimate and measure in inches.
• I can measure in feet and yards.
• I can select the best customary unit to measure a specific
length.
• I can convert between inches, feet and yards.
Lesson 3
• I can select proper measurement tools to be used for a
given situation.
• I can estimate and measure with cups, pints, quarts, and
gallons.
• I can estimate ounces and pounds.
Lesson 1
• I can compare sets of unlike coins
• I can order sets of unlike coins
• I can compare the value of 2 sets of mixed currency
Lesson 2
• I can skip count forward and backward
• I can analyze numeric patterns
• I can use a calculator for counting patterns