Everyday Math


Everyday Math

Mathematics concepts become more complex in second grade. Children can order, group numbers, and work with numbers far greater than those they can physically count. They’ll have more practice with skills and concepts introduced in first grade, such as skip counting. They’ll learn to add and subtract two-digit numbers, and to understand the meaning of multiplication anddivision. They will become proficient in the addition and subtraction facts, and will work more with the concept of money.

 Math Fact Homework

Each Monday your child will bring home a math fact practice sheet geared toward his/her own proficiency level.

On Friday of that week they will take a math fact quiz. If they get 46/50 correct, they will move up to the next level. This will continue throughout the year.

The expectation by the end of the year is that your child will have gotten through addition facts plus 0 through plus 9, and subtraction facts minus 0 through minus 9. Some children may even move up to beginning multiplication facts.

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