Lesson Plan
Math Lesson Plan for Grade 2
For Autumn (September, October, November)
For September
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Sept) |
1 Counting and number patterns (1. Skip-counting by twos 2. Skip-counting by fives) |
1 Counting and number patterns (1. Skip-counting by twos 2. Skip-counting by fives 3. Skip-counting by tens 4. Skip-counting by fives and tens) |
1 Counting and number patterns (1. Skip-counting by twos 2. Skip-counting by fives 3. Skip-counting by tens 4. Skip-counting by fives and tens) 5. Skip-counting by twos, fives, and tens 6. Skip-counting stories) |
1 Counting and number patterns (1. Skip-counting by twos 2. Skip-counting by fives 3. Skip-counting by tens 4. Skip-counting by fives and tens) 5. Skip-counting by twos, fives, and tens 6. Skip-counting stories 7. Skip-counting sequences 8. Count forward and backward by fives and tens,……. etc) |
2nd Week(Sept) |
1 Comparing and ordering (1. Comparing numbers up to 100) |
1 Comparing and ordering (1. Comparing numbers up to 100 2. Comparing numbers up to 1,000 ) |
1 Comparing and ordering (1. Comparing numbers up to 100 2. Comparing numbers up to 1,000 3. Put numbers up to 100 in order) |
1 Comparing and ordering (1. Comparing numbers up to 100 2. Comparing numbers up to 1,000 3. Put numbers up to 100 in order 4. Put numbers up to 1,000 in order,…etc) |
3rd Week(Sept) |
1 Names of numbers (1. Ordinal numbers up to 10th) |
1 Names of numbers (1. Ordinal numbers up to 10th 2. Spell word names for numbers up to 20) |
1 Names of numbers (1. Ordinal numbers up to 10th 2. Spell word names for numbers up to 20 3. Writing numbers up to 100 in words – convert words to digits) |
1 Names of numbers (1. Ordinal numbers up to 10th 2. Spell word names for numbers up to 20 3. Writing numbers up to 100 in words – convert words to digits) 4. Writing numbers up to 100 in words – convert digits to words,……etc) |
4th Week(Sept) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For October
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Oct) |
1 Patterns (1. Repeating patterns) |
1 Patterns (1. Repeating patterns 2. Growing patterns) |
1 Patterns (1. Repeating patterns 2. Growing patterns 3. Find the next shape in a repeating pattern) |
1 Patterns (1. Repeating patterns 2. Growing patterns 3. Find the next shape in a repeating pattern 4. Find the next shape in a growing pattern 5. Complete a repeating pattern,……. etc) |
2nd Week(Oct) |
1 Addition – one digit (1.Add one-digit numbers – sums to 10 2. Ways to make a number with addition – sums to 10) |
1 Addition – one digit (1.Add one-digit numbers – sums to 10 2. Ways to make a number with addition – sums to 10 3. Match addition sentences and models – sums to 10 4. Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 10) |
1 Addition – one digit (1.Add one-digit numbers – sums to 10 2. Ways to make a number with addition – sums to 10 3. Match addition sentences and models – sums to 10 4. Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 10 5. Turn words into an addition sentence – sums to 10 6. Addition with pictures – sums to 20) |
1 Addition – one digit (1.Add one-digit numbers – sums to 10 2. Ways to make a number with addition – sums to 10 3. Match addition sentences and models – sums to 10 4. Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 10 5. Turn words into an addition sentence – sums to 10 6. Addition with pictures – sums to 20 7. Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 20 8. Addition sentences using number lines – sums up to 20,…..etc) |
3rd Week(Oct) |
1 Subtraction – one digit (1. Subtract one-digit numbers – up to 10 2. Ways to subtract – up to 10) |
1 Subtraction – one digit (1. Subtract one-digit numbers – up to 10 2. Ways to subtract – up to 10 3. Write subtraction sentences – up to 10 4. Subtract doubles) |
1 Subtraction – one digit (1. Subtract one-digit numbers – up to 10 2. Ways to subtract – up to 10 3. Write subtraction sentences – up to 10 4. Subtract doubles 5. Subtraction with pictures 6. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to 18) |
1 Subtraction – one digit (1. Subtract one-digit numbers – up to 10 2. Ways to subtract – up to 10 3. Write subtraction sentences – up to 10 4. Subtract doubles 5. Subtraction with pictures 6. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to 18 7. Subtraction sentences using number lines – up to 20 8. Subtract by counting on – up to 20,……etc) |
4th Week(Oct) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For November
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Nov) |
1 Addition – two digits (1. Add multiples of 10 2. Write addition sentences to describe pictures) |
1 Addition – two digits (1. Add multiples of 10 2. Write addition sentences to describe pictures 3. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping 4. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping) |
1 Addition – two digits (1. Add multiples of 10 2. Write addition sentences to describe pictures 3. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping 4. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping 5. Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping 6. Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping) |
1 Addition – two digits (1.Add multiples of 10 2. Write addition sentences to describe pictures 3. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping 4. Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping 5. Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping 6. Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping 7. Use models to add two-digit numbers – without regrouping 8. Use models to add two-digit numbers – with regrouping ,……. etc) |
2nd Week(Nov) |
1 Subtraction – two digits (1. Subtract multiples of 10 2. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to two digits) |
1 Subtraction – two digits (1. Subtract multiples of 10 2. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to two digits 3. Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping 4. Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping) |
1 Subtraction – two digits (1. Subtract multiples of 10 2. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to two digits 3. Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping 4. Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping 5. Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping 6. Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping) |
1 Subtraction – two digits (1. Subtract multiples of 10 2. Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to two digits 3. Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping 4. Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping 5. Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping 6. Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping 7. Use models to subtract two-digit numbers – without regrouping 8. Subtract two-digit numbers – without regrouping,…..etc |
3rd Week(Nov) |
1 Addition – three digits (1. Add multiples of 100 2. Add multiples of 10 or 100) |
1 Addition – three digits (1. Add multiples of 100 2. Add multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to add three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to add three-digit numbers – with regrouping) |
1 Addition – three digits (1. Add multiples of 100 2. Add multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to add three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to add three-digit numbers – with regrouping 5. Addition with three-digit numbers 6. Use compensation to add – up to three digits) |
1 Addition – three digits (1. Add multiples of 100 2. Add multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to add three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to add three-digit numbers – with regrouping 5. Addition with three-digit numbers 6. Use compensation to add – up to three digits 7. Addition word problems – up to three digits 8. Complete the addition sentence – up to three digits,…..etc) |
4th Week(Nov) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For Spring (March, April,May)
For March
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(March) |
1 Subtraction – three digits (1. Subtract multiples of 100 2. Subtract multiples of 10 or 100) |
1 Subtraction – three digits (1. Subtract multiples of 100 2. Subtract multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – with regrouping) |
1 Subtraction – three digits (1. Subtract multiples of 100 2. Subtract multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – with regrouping 5. Subtract across zeros 6. Subtract from three-digit numbers) |
1 Subtraction – three digits (1. Subtract multiples of 100 2. Subtract multiples of 10 or 100 3. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – without regrouping 4. Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – with regrouping 5. Subtract across zeros 6. Subtract from three-digit numbers 7. Use compensation to subtract – up to three digits 8. Subtraction word problems – up to three digits ,….etc) |
2nd Week(March) |
1 Properties (1. Related addition facts) |
1 Properties (1. Related addition facts 2. Related subtraction facts) |
1 Properties (1. Related addition facts 2. Related subtraction facts 3. Fact families) |
1 Properties (1. Related addition facts 2. Related subtraction facts 3. Fact families 4. Addition and subtraction terms,….etc) |
3rd Week(March) |
1 Mixed operations (1. Add and subtract numbers up to 20 2. Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 20) |
1 Mixed operations (1. Add and subtract numbers up to 20 2. Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 20 3. Addition and subtraction word problems – up to 20 4. Solve word problems using guess-and-check – up to 20) |
1 Mixed operations (1. Add and subtract numbers up to 20 2. Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 20 3. Addition and subtraction word problems – up to 20 4. Solve word problems using guess-and-check – up to 20 5. Balance addition and subtraction equations – up to 20 6. Which addition or subtraction sentence is true?) |
1 Mixed operations (1. Add and subtract numbers up to 20 2. Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 20 3. Addition and subtraction word problems – up to 20 4. Solve word problems using guess-and-check – up to 20 5. Balance addition and subtraction equations – up to 20 6. Which addition or subtraction sentence is true? 7. Write the addition or subtraction rule for an input/output table – up to 20 8. Input/output tables – add and subtract by 10,…..etc) |
4th Week(March) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For April
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(April) |
1 Place values (1. Place value models – tens and ones 2. Place value models – up to hundreds) |
1 Place values (1. Place value models – tens and ones 2. Place value models – up to hundreds 3. Place value models – up to thousand 4. Identify a digit up to the hundreds place) |
1 Place values (1. Place value models – tens and ones 2. Place value models – up to hundreds 3. Place value models – up to thousand 4. Identify a digit up to the hundreds place 5. Place value – tens and ones 6. Place value – up to hundreds) |
1 Place values (1. Place value models – tens and ones 2. Place value models – up to hundreds 3. Place value models – up to thousand 4. Identify a digit up to the hundreds place 5. Place value – tens and ones 6. Place value – up to hundreds) 7. Place value – up to thousands 8. Convert to/from a number – tens and ones,….etc) |
2nd Week(April) |
1 Estimation and rounding (1. Estimate to the nearest ten) |
1 Estimation and rounding (1. Estimate to the nearest ten 2. Round to the nearest ten) |
1 Estimation and rounding (1. Estimate to the nearest ten 2. Round to the nearest ten 3. Round to the nearest ten or hundred) |
1 Estimation and rounding (1. Estimate to the nearest ten 2. Round to the nearest ten 3. Round to the nearest ten or hundred 4. Estimate sums,….etc) |
3rd Week(April) |
1 Logical reasoning (1. Estimate differences) |
1 Logical reasoning (1. Estimate differences) |
1 Logical reasoning (1. Estimate differences) |
1 Logical reasoning (1. Estimate differences,…..etc) |
4th Week(April) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For May
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(May) |
1 Money (1. Names and values of common coins 2. Names and values of all coins) |
1 Money (1. Names and values of common coins 2. Names and values of all coins 3. Count money – pennies, nickels, and dimes only 4. Count money – up to $1) |
1 Money (1. Names and values of common coins 2. Names and values of all coins 3. Count money – pennies, nickels, and dimes only 4. Count money – up to $1 5. Count money – up to $5 6. Equivalent amounts of money – up to $1) |
1 Money (1. Names and values of common coins 2. Names and values of all coins 3. Count money – pennies, nickels, and dimes only 4. Count money – up to $1 5. Count money – up to $5 6. Equivalent amounts of money – up to $1 7. Exchanging money – with pictures 8. Exchanging money,….etc) |
2nd Week(May) |
1 Time (1. Match digital clocks and times 2. Match analog clocks and times) |
1 Time (1. Match digital clocks and times 2. Match analog clocks and times 3. Match analog and digital clocks 4. Read clocks and write times: hour and half hour) |
1 Time (1. Match digital clocks and times 2. Match analog clocks and times 3. Match analog and digital clocks 4. Read clocks and write times: hour and half hour 5. Read clocks and write times 6. Time words: o’clock, half, quarter) |
1 Time (1. Match digital clocks and times 2. Match analog clocks and times 3. Match analog and digital clocks 4. Read clocks and write times: hour and half hour 5. Read clocks and write times 6. Time words: o’clock, half, quarter 7. A.M. or P.M. 8. Compare clocks,….etc) |
3rd Week(May) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Which tally chart is correct? 2. Interpret tally charts) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Which tally chart is correct? 2. Interpret tally charts 3. Which table is correct? 4. Interpret data in tables) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Which tally chart is correct? 2. Interpret tally charts 3. Which table is correct? 4. Interpret data in tables 5. Interpret bar graphs I 6. Interpret bar graphs II) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Which tally chart is correct? 2. Interpret tally charts 3. Which table is correct? 4. Interpret data in tables 5. Interpret bar graphs I 6. Interpret bar graphs II 7. Which bar graph is correct? 8. Create bar graphs,….etc) |
4th Week(May) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For Summer (June,July,August)
For June
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(June) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Read a thermometer 2. Measure using an inch ruler) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Read a thermometer 2. Measure using an inch ruler 3. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches or feet? 4. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches, feet, or yards?) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Read a thermometer 2. Measure using an inch ruler 3. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches or feet? 4. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches, feet, or yards? 5. Customary units of length: word problems 6. Which customary unit of weight is appropriate?) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Read a thermometer 2. Measure using an inch ruler 3. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches or feet? 4. Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches, feet, or yards? 5. Customary units of length: word problems 6. Which customary unit of weight is appropriate? 7. Which customary unit of volume is appropriate? 8. Measure using a centimeter ruler ,….etc) |
2nd Week(June) |
1 Two-dimensional shapes (1.Name the two-dimensional shape 2. Select two-dimensional shapes) |
1 Two-dimensional shapes (1.Name the two-dimensional shape 2. Select two-dimensional shapes 3. Count sides and vertices 4. Compare sides and vertices) |
1 Two-dimensional shapes (1.Name the two-dimensional shape 2. Select two-dimensional shapes 3. Count sides and vertices 4. Compare sides and vertices 5. Equal sides 6. Flip, turn, and slide) |
1 Three-dimensional shapes (1.Name the two-dimensional shape 2. Select two-dimensional shapes 3. Count sides and vertices 4. Compare sides and vertices 5. Equal sides 6. Flip, turn, and slide) 7. Identify congruent shapes 8. Symmetry,….etc) |
3rd Week(June) |
1 Three-dimensional shapes (1. Name the three-dimensional shape 2. Cubes) |
1 Three-dimensional shapes (1. Name the three-dimensional shape 2. Cubes 3. Select three-dimensional shapes 4. Count vertices, edges, and faces) |
1 Three-dimensional shapes (1. Name the three-dimensional shape 2. Cubes 3. Select three-dimensional shapes 4. Count vertices, edges, and faces 5. Compare vertices, edges, and faces 6. Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes) |
1 Three-dimensional shapes (1. Name the three-dimensional shape 2. Cubes 3. Select three-dimensional shapes 4. Count vertices, edges, and faces 5. Compare vertices, edges, and faces 6. Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes 7. Identify shapes traced from solids 8. Shapes of everyday objects I,…..etc) |
4th Week(June) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For July
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(July) |
1 Geometric measurement (1. Perimeter) |
1 Geometric measurement (1. Perimeter 2. Perimeter: word problems) |
1 Geometric measurement (1. Perimeter 2. Perimeter: word problems 3. Tile a rectangle with squares) |
1 Geometric measurement (1. Perimeter 2. Perimeter: word problems 3. Tile a rectangle with squares) 4. Area,…etc) |
2nd Week(July) |
1 Fractions (1. Identify halves |
1 Fractions (1. Identify halves 3. Identify thirds 4. Identify fourths) |
1 Fractions (1. Identify halves 3. Identify thirds 4. Identify fourths 5. Identify halves, thirds, and fourths 6. Make halves) |
1 Fractions (1. Identify halves 3. Identify thirds 4. Identify fourths 5. Identify halves, thirds, and fourths 6. Make halves 7. Make thirds 8. Make fourths….etc) |
3rd Week(July) |
1 Probability (1. More, less, and equally likely) |
1 Probability (1. More, less, and equally likely) |
1 Probability (1. More, less, and equally likely) |
1 Probability (1. More, less, and equally likely 2. Certain, probable, unlikely, and impossible,…etc) |
4th Week(July) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
For August
Grade – 2 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(August) |
1 Multiplication (1st half) (1. Count equal groups) |
1 Multiplication (1st half) (1. Count equal groups 2. Identify multiplication sentences for equal groups) |
1 Multiplication (1st half) (1. Count equal groups 2. Identify multiplication sentences for equal groups 3. Write multiplication sentences for equal groups) |
1 Multiplication (1st half) (1. Count equal groups 2. Identify multiplication sentences for equal groups 3. Write multiplication sentences for equal groups 4. Relate addition and multiplication for equal groups) |
2nd Week(August) |
1 Multiplication (2nd half) (1. Write multiplication sentences for arrays) |
1 Multiplication (2nd half) (1. Write multiplication sentences for arrays 2. Write multiplication sentences for number lines) |
1 Multiplication (2nd half) (1. Write multiplication sentences for arrays 2. Write multiplication sentences for number lines 3. Multiplication tables for 2, 3, and 4) |
1 Multiplication (2nd half) (1. Write multiplication sentences for arrays 2. Write multiplication sentences for number lines 3. Multiplication tables for 2, 3, and 4) 4. Multiplication tables up to 5,….etc) |
3rd Week(August) |
1 Division (1. Divide by counting equal groups) |
1 Division (1. Divide by counting equal groups) |
1 Division (1. Divide by counting equal groups 2. Write division sentences for groups) |
1 Division (1. Divide by counting equal groups 2. Write division sentences for groups 3. Divisors and quotients up to 5,…etc) |
4th Week(August) | Test | Test | Test | Test |
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