## Level 2 Math Goals

## I can use number talks and word problems to:

- Fluently add and subtract within 100
- Compare numbers within 1000
- Solve one and two-step problems with unknowns in all positions
- Determine if numbers within 20 are odd or even
- Explain why addition and subtraction strategies work
- Use mental math to add or subtract 10 or 100 to any number
- Solve problems involving length
- Solve problems involving money
- Solve addition and subtraction problems using information from graphs

## I can use memorization games and finger charts to:

- fluently add and subtract within 20
- Know from memory all sums of two one-digit numerals

## I can use golden bead material to:

- Compare three-digit numbers using <, >, =
- Multiply

## I can use the squaring and cubing chains to:

- Read, write and count numerals within 1000 starting anywhere
- Skip count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s

## I can use stamp game to:

- Understand 3 digit place value
- Read and write numerals to 1000 using base ten numerals, number names, and expanded form
- Add and subtract within 1000
- Explain why addition and subtraction strategies work
- Multiply

## I can use the dot board to:

- Add up to 4 two-digit numbers

## I can use the bead frame to:

- Understand 3 digit place value
- Read and write numerals to 1000 using base ten numerals, number names, and expanded form
- Add and subtract within 1000

## I can use measurement tools to:

- Estimate, measure and compare lengths
- Use and compare different units of measurement
- Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of length

## I can use number lines to:

- Represent whole numbers as lengths from zero
- Represent addition and subtraction within 100

## I can use the mulitplication bead board to:

- Build arrays
- Write equations as sums of repeated, equal addends

## I can use bead bars to:

- Build arrays
- Understand multiplication as repeated addition

## I can use a moveable clock to:

- Tell and write time to the nearest 5 minutes

## I can use plastic money to:

- Solve problems with dollar bill, quarters, dimes, nickles and pennies
- Record quantities of money using $ and cent symbols

## I can use graphing material to:

- Create and interpret picture graphs, bar graphs, and line plots with up to 4 sets of data

## I can use the geometric cabinet to:

- Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes

## I can use the fraction circles and metal squares to:

- Partition shapes into equal shares and identify as wholes, halves, thirds, or fourths
- Find equivalent fractions for a whole