Second Grade
Math Standards Pacing Chart
4th Nine Weeks

Numbers, Number Sense and Operations

                I can model, represent, and explain multiplication as repeated addition,                          rectangular arrays, and skip counting.
                I can model, represent, and explain division as sharing equally repeated                          subtraction.
                I can demonstrate multiple strategies for adding and subtracting 3-digit                          whole numbers.
                I can read and write 3 digit numerals and construct models to                          represent each.
Measurement
                I can make estimates and comparisons for units of measure, e.g., the                          width of a finger is a centimeter.
                I can identify and select appropriate units of measure for length - centimeters,                          meters, inches, feet, or yards.
                I can identify and select appropriate units of measure for volume (capacity) -                          liters, cups, pints, or quarts.
                I can identify and select appropriate units of measure for weight - grams,                         ounces, or pounds.
                I can describe and compare the relationships among units of measure, such as                         centimeters and meters; inches, feet, and yards; cups, pints, and quarts;                         ounces and pounds; e.g., how many inches in a foot?
                I can estimate and measure the length and weight of common objects, using                         metric and U.S. customary units.
                I can select and use appropriate measurement tools; such as rulers,                         measuring cups, and scales.
                I can make and test predictions about measurements, using different units to                         measure the same length or volume.
Data Analysis and Probability
                I can use physical models and pictures to represent possible arrangements of                         2 or 3 objects.
Mathematical Processes
                I can demonstrate different ways to solve problems.
                I can explain how I solved a problem.

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