2nd Grade Math Overview

This weekend I have been working on mapping out my year in math.  I wanted to share with you what a year in 2nd grade math might look like from week to week.  This overview is more of a perfect world for me.  It's not exactly how my year will look since I will follow what my district put in place, but it's pretty close to what I'll be doing!  I took what I've done in the past, moved things around, and put it into one little document for you :).  You can click HERE to download this 2nd Grade Math Overview.  Honestly, I'm not so sure I'll be doing these to share for ELA because I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all!

If you download this overview and open it in Adobe then you will find that the titles and words are clickable so you can see what I'll be using to teach these things this year!  I'm hoping to make a few new math units also.  On my to-do list:  graphing unit, multiplication and division word problems, adding and subtracting without algorithms

I also hope to update my multiplication and measurement units before those standards come up!

9 comments:

Jenny T said...

I like that you can use so much of your created resources for math instruction. My school district has been using Everyday Math for years, and we are required to follow the program explicitly to ensure consistency among our grade levels and buildings. I'd love to figure out a way to integrate math tasks (outside of EM) with the unit I am working on...but there is NO TIME! We have over an hour for math, and if you follow the program the way it is laid out, you truly use that length of time, and could even ask for more!

Jayne said...

My students and I both LOVE your materials! I used some of your units last year and I bought many of the other units that you have linked earlier this summer, but I found several that I had missed. I will have to complete my "set"! With the new TEKS, we had a rough time last year trying to cover everything new and the gaps that students had come to us with because of the changeover. I plan on using your materials to make our math "fun" and yet cover all of the concepts! Thank you!!!!!

Courtney B said...

This is amazing, Amy! You have had fabulous posts this summer. Hope you have a great start to your school year!

Lyndsey Morgan said...

OMG I love this! I planned my math since we are using NY Engage and my outline looks similar to yours. Problem is that NY Engage are the most BORING and not kid friendly lessons. I used your place value kit to bring some fun and my kiddos LOVED it! I would love to have unlimited amounts of money to buy all of your sets so spice up our boring old math curriculum!

Mary said...

I absolutely love this! You inspired me to make my own pacing guide for kindergarten. Would you mind sharing which fonts you used for the title and also the middle column? I LOVE them but don't recognize them. xoxo

Mrs. Nicolau said...

Amy!
Thank you so much for showing us this! It's funny that we think alike! I did not do for the whole year, but I already have mapped out for the first 9 weeks... Just wondering, does your district uses the TEKS Resource System (that's the new name they have now)? I also live in Texas so I was wondering!
Thanks!
Brinca Into Bilingual!

Lynn Boudreaux said...

Do you use Texas Go Math? I love this!!

Holly Allen said...

Does your school follow the TRS scope and sequence?

jennaeweber said...

I LOVE this! My pacing guide is very similar-- I teach second, too! I love how you including links to products you have created. Could you please explain how you made this? What program and fonts did you use?
Thank you so much! You have so many great ideas!