By the end of second grade, the student should be able to say:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking:
*I can use strategies to solve addition word problems (within 100).
* I can use strategies to solve subtraction word problems (within 100).
* I know my addition facts from memory.
*I know my subtraction facts from memory.
*I can group objects to tell if a number is odd or even.
*I can write a number sentence to show how adding two of the same number will equal an even number.
*I can use addition to help me figure out how many objects are in an array.
*I can write a number sentence to show the total number of objects are in an array.
Number and Operations in Base Ten:
* I can understand and use hundreds, tens and ones.
* I can show that I understand that a bundle of ten "tens" is called a "hundred".
* I can show that I understand the numbers I use when I count by hundreds, have a certain number of hundreds, 0 tens and 0 ones.
* I can count to 1,000 by 1s, 5s, 10s and 100s.
*I can read and write numbers to 1,000 in different ways. (numerals, word names, expanded form)
* I can compare three digit numbers using <, =, and > because I understand hundreds, tens and ones.
* I can add two-digit numbers.
* I can subtract two digit numbers.
*I can add up to four 2- digit numbers.
*I can use strategies to add numbers within 1000 and know when to regroup.
* I can use strategies to subtract numbers within 1000 and know when to borrow.
* I can add and subtract 10 or 100 to any number from 100 to 900 in my head.
* I can explain why adding and subtracting strategies work using what I know about place value.
Measurement and Data
*I can use different tools to measure objects.
* I can use two different units to measure the same object and tell how the measurements compare.
* I can estimate the lengths of objects using inches, feet, centimeters and meters.
*I can tell the difference in the lengths of two different objects.
*I can use addition and subtraction to solve measurement problems.
* I can make and use a number line.
*I can tell time to five minutes.
* I can use a.m. and p.m. in the right ways.
*I can count money to help me solve word problems.
* I can make a table to organize information about measurement.
* I can show measurements with a line plot.
* I can draw a picture graph to share number information.
* I can draw a bar graph to share number information.
* I can solve problems using information from a bar graph.
*I can name and draw shapes. (I know triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and cubes.)
* I can find the area of a rectangle by breaking it into equal sized squares.
* I can divide shapes into equal parts and describe the parts with words like halves or thirds.
* I can understand that equal parts of a shape may look different depending on how I divide the shape.