## January 14th-18th

*Students will be able to estimate and subtract two digit numbers.*

Before students learn how to regroup, we ease them in to large digit subtraction by having them estimate. By estimating, we round to make the numbers more manageable. We know that 8-6=2, so we can translate that to a larger problem like 80-60=20.

## January 7th-11th

*Students will be able to estimate and add two digit numbers*

Students should write their problems in their neatest handwriting being sure that they line up their digits by place value. They will then add each column, starting in the ones column. They need to be aware of when they need to regroup (as shown below) and when they do not.

## December 10th - 14th

Students will understand equality and be able to recognize and use the equal and unequal signs correctly.

## *Unit #4 Assessment THIS Friday, December 7th*

## December 3rd-7th

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*t*udents will prepare for their unit #4 test by reviewing key concepts: place value, comparing numbers, ordering numbers, and rounding to the nearest ten.This week's HW is all review. Please scroll down if you need to refresh your memory on any concepts.

## November 26th-30th

*Students will be able to round two digit numbers to the nearest ten.*

Students will be able to state what a number is in between (i.e. 46 is in between 40 and 50)

Students will be able to state what a number is in between (i.e. 46 is in between 40 and 50)

## November 12th-16th

*Students will identify one more, one less, ten more, ten less, one hundred more, and one hundred less than a given number.*

Students will compare and order numbers from 0-999

Students will compare and order numbers from 0-999

We teach students to either turn their notebook paper sideways in order to write in the columns or to use grid paper in order to line up and compare numbers (see examples below). Students need to stack their number being sure to line up the correct places. They they can label the places above and then compare. The answer below states that "35 is less than 52".

## November 5th-9th

*Students will be able to Read, Write & Identify the place and value of each digit in a three-digit numeral with/without models*

Students will also be expected to change a standard form number into words: 527 = five hundred twenty-seven

## October 29th-November 2nd

*Students will be able to create and understand both bar and picture graphs.*

Please refer back to last week's information for help on this week's homework. We are continuing with another week of graphing.

## October 22nd-26th

*Students will be able to create and understand both bar and picture graphs.*

## October 15th-19th

*Students will use objects to determine even or odd*

## October 8th-12th

*Students will be able to skip count from any number by 2's, 5's, and 10's. They will be able to count backwards from 120 by 10's.*

By helping your child be able to skip count by 2, 5, and 10 you are setting the foundation for multiplication which they will learn in third grade. Essentially all skip counting is, is repeated addition - adding the same number over and over.

## October 1st-5th

*Students will recall addition and subtraction facts to 20 and understand how addition and subtraction are related.*

## September 24th-28th

*Students will recall addition and subtraction facts to 20 and understand how addition and subtraction are related.*

Due to missed days from Hurricane Florence, no new homework will be issued this week. Refer back to the week of 9/10-14

## September 17th-21st

*Students will be able to count an ordered set of objects using ordinal numbers first-twentieth*

Students will be able to read and understand the calendar.

Students will be able to read and understand the calendar.

## September 4th-7th

*First Grade Review - Students will review key math concepts from first grade.*

Do not be alarmed if your second grade does not come home with homework this week. Some classroom teachers are choosing to complete this work with their students in the classroom.