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2nd Grade Math

(18 Units, 170 Lessons)

2nd Grade Science

(7 Units, 80 Lessons)

Unit 18 - Strategies That Work(16 Lessons)

My Special Strategies

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Do you know which strategies work for you? Lets make sure you know which ones those are.

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10 Resources

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Division Strategies

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:It is time to add a new strategy - division of objects into equal groups - to the student's repertoire.

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13 Resources

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Estimation as a Strategy for Checking Work

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Estimation can tell us if we are close in our answers to math problems. If we take the time to use it, we can see if our answer is in the right ballpark.

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10 Resources

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Using Math at Work

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Math is all around us but sometimes we need to be specific in showing students how it is there and how it is used.

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7 Resources

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Measurement Strategies

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:There is more to measurement than inches and centimeters. Can you measure a ball with a ruler or a cup of water with a yardstick?

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10 Resources

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Double-Digit Subtraction - We Can Do It

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:It takes practice to complete double-digit subtraction problems so today's lesson allows for that practice in several subtraction centers.

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11 Resources

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Where On The Line?

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Do you know where a number would be? Can you use a number line as a tool to solve problems?

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14 Resources

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Stop, Look and Check

2nd Grade Math

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Big Idea:Don't generalize that every problem needs regrouping. Stop, Look and check before regrouping.

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12 Resources

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Stop, Look and Check (Part 2)

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Learning the process of subtraction is not enough, you need to be able to know when to use it.

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10 Resources

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Attributes of Groups

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Students begin to classify objects when they are very young, but can they define the attributes for the groups that they make?

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9 Resources

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Relative Size

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:How big is a lobster compared to a clam? Can we use relative size to find out?

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10 Resources

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Counting Coins Again

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Naming coins may be easier than determining value.

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9 Resources

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Another Visit to Double-Digit Work

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Students should be able to explain their strategies for solving problems to 100 using place value strategies.

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9 Resources

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Visiting the Olympics

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Students will revisit telling time to the 5 minute interval while taking an imaginary trip to the Olympics, spending money for their visit, and measuring as they compete..

14 Resources

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14 Resources

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Creating Math Games

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Students have gained new understandings of the math concepts this year and now they have a chance to use that to create games to play.

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8 Resources

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Playing Our Own Games

2nd Grade Math

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Strategies That Work

Big Idea:Nothing is more fun than a game, especially a game you created yourself.

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7 Resources

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