
2Grade 2 Standards
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Number

2.N.1.1
number concepts to 100
• counting:
 skipcounting by 2, 5, and 10:
 using different starting points
 increasing and decreasing (forward and backward)
• Quantities to 100 can be arranged and recognized:
 comparing and ordering numbers to 100
 benchmarks of 25, 50, and 100
 place value:
 understanding of 10s and 1s
 understanding the relationship between digit places and their value, to 99 (e.g., the digit 4 in 49 has the value of 40)
 decomposing twodigit numbers into 10s and 1s
• even and odd numbers 

2.520

2.615

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2.5010

2.5120

2.5220

2.5320

2.5415

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2.N.1.1

Computational Fluency

2.CF.2.1
change in quantity, using pictorial and symbolic representation
• numerically describing a change in quantity (e.g., for 6 + n = 10, visualize the change in quantity by using tenframes, hundred charts, etc.) 

2.615

2.1210

2.375

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2.395

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2.4115


2.CF.2.2
symbolic representation of equality and inequality


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2.CF.2.3
addition and subtraction facts to 20 (introduction of computational strategies)
• adding and subtracting numbers to 20
• fluency with math strategies for addition and subtraction (e.g., making or bridging 10, decomposing, identifying related doubles, adding on to find the difference) 

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2.815

2.910

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2.115

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2.135

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2.2010

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2.2320

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2.375

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2.395

2.4015

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2.CF.2.4
addition and subtraction to 100
• decomposing numbers to 100
• estimating sums and differences to 100
• using strategies such as looking for multiples of 10, friendly numbers (e.g., 48 + 37, 37 = 35 + 2, 48 + 2 = 50, 50 + 35 = 85), decomposing into 10s and 1s and recomposing (e.g., 48 + 37, 40 + 30 = 70, 8 +7 = 15, 70 +15 = 85), and compensating (e.g., 48 + 37, 48 +2 = 50, 37 – 2 = 35, 50 + 35 = 80)
• adding up to find the difference
• using an open number line, hundred chart, tenframes
• using addition and subtraction in reallife contexts and problembased situations
• wholeclass number talks 

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2.CF.2.5
benchmarks of 25, 50, and 100 and personal referents
• seating arrangements at ceremonies/feasts 

2.CF.2.1

Patterning

2.P.3.1
repeating and increasing patterns
• exploring more complex repeating patterns (e.g., positional patterns, circular patterns)
• identifying the core of repeating patterns (e.g., the pattern of the pattern that repeats over and over)
• increasing patterns using manipulatives, sounds, actions, and numbers (0 to 100)
• Métis finger weaving
• First Peoples head/armband patterning
• online video and text: Small Number Counts to 100 (mathcatcher.irmacs.sfu.ca/story/smallnumbercounts100) 

2.15


2.P.3.1

Geometry & Measurement

2.GM.4.1
direct linear measurement, introducing standard metric units
• centimetres and metres
• estimating length
• measuring and recording length, height, and width, using standard units 

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2.635

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2.GM.4.2
multiple attributes of 2D shapes and 3D objects
• sorting 2D shapes and 3D objects, using two attributes, and explaining the sorting rule
• describing, comparing, and constructing 2D shapes, including triangles, squares, rectangles, circles
• identifying 2D shapes as part of 3D objects
• using traditional northwest coast First Peoples shapes (ovoids, U, split U, and local art shapes) reflected in the natural environment 

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2.595

2.605

2.615


2.GM.4.1

Data & Probability

2.D.5.1
likelihood of familiar life events, using comparative language
• using comparative language (e.g., certain, uncertain; more, less, or equally likely) 

2.D.5.2
pictorial representation of concrete graphs, using oneto one correspondence
• collecting data, creating a concrete graph, and representing the graph, using a pictorial representation through grids, stamps, drawings
• onetoone correspondence 

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2.585


2.D.5.1

Financial Literacy

2.FL.6.1
Coin combinations to 100 cents, and spending and saving
• counting simple mixed combinations of coins to 100 cents
• introduction to the concepts of spending and saving, integrating the concepts of wants and needs
• roleplaying financial transactions (e.g., using bills and coins) 

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2.3015


2.FL.6.1