- Identify the values of a penny, nickel, dime, quarter, and half-dollar
- Skip count to find the value of a set of coins
- Recognize place values of numbers (ones, tens, and hundreds) and identify groups of each quantity
- Read, write, order, compare, estimate, and use numbers through 50
- Order and use whole and ordinal numbers through 100
- Count, compare, and make change using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and one dollar bills
- Use the fewest amount of coins possible to show an amount of money

- Identifying, classifying, and describing plane shapes
- Identifying, classifying, and comparing solid shapes
- Identifying faces, edges, and vertices of solid shapes
- Identifying quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoids)
- Identifying congruent shapes
- Identifying and classifying angles
- Using models to demonstrate the sliding, flipping, and turning of shapes
- Identifying and creating shapes which display symmetry

Your second grade student will use standard and non-standard units of measurement by:

- Telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, five minute, and one minute intervals on an analog and a digital clock
- Understanding and estimating lengths of time and elapsed time
- Exploring common instruments for measuring (scales, rulers, cups) and identifying the unit measure of each instrument
- Using cups, pints, quarts, gallons, and liters to estimate and measure capacity
- Estimating and measuring length using non-standard units
- Using pounds, ounces, kilograms, and grams to estimate and measure weight
- Reading and understanding information on a calendar
- Solving problems involving length, perimeter, and area using pictures and models
- Estimating and measuring the length and weight of common objects to the nearest unit
- Choosing the best tool and unit to measure length, weight, capacity, and temperature
- Reading Fahrenheit and Celsius thermometers
- Sorting and ordering objects according to measurable attributes

- Explaining the relationship between addition and subtraction as inverse operations
- Explaining and performing addition and subtraction of one-digit whole numbers in vertical and horizontal form
- Reviewing addition and subtraction of two two-digit numbers without regrouping
- Adding a one-digit number to a two-digit number with or without regrouping
- Adding two-digit numbers with or without regrouping
- Using the partial sums algorithm for adding two-digit numbers
- Adding three two-digit numbers
- Adding three-digit numbers with or without regrouping
- Subtracting a one-digit number from a two-digit number with or without regrouping
- Subtracting two-digit numbers with or without regrouping
- Using the trade first method for subtracting two- and three-digit numbers
- Deciding which operation (addition or subtraction) to use to solve a problem
- Using various estimating techniques and rounding of whole numbers to solve problems
- Using place values to represent whole numbers through 100 using numerals, words, and physical models
- Counting, reading, and writing numbers through 1,000
- Counting by thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones
- Showing numbers in different forms (words, models, expanded form, standard form)
- Skip counting by twos, threes, fours, fives, and tens from any number
- Relating equal groups, repeated addition, and skip counting to multiplication
- Identifying and writing fact families
- Solving a variety of non-routine, multi-step problems involving addition and subtraction