Saxon Math

Saxon 2

number concepts to 100

Lesson 1: Reading and Identifying Numbers to 100, Identifying Left and Right

Lesson 5: Counting by 10’s to 100, Writing Numbers to 100

Lesson 8: Comparing Numbers to 50

Lesson 36: Identifying Pairs

Lesson 38: Identifying Tens and Ones

Lesson 49: Subtracting a Number from Itself, Subtracting One, Subtracting Zero

Lesson 64: Adding Three or More single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 66: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 67: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 85: Adding Three Two-Digit Numbers with a Sum Less Than 100

Lesson 131: Doubling a Number

benchmarks of 25, 50, and 100 and personal referents

Lesson 8: Comparing Numbers to 50

addition and subtraction facts to 20 (introduction of computational strategies)

Lesson 4: Addition Facts – Doubles to 20

Lesson 5: Counting by 10’s to 100, Writing Numbers to 100

Lesson 47: Adding Ten to a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 49: Subtracting a Number from Itself, Subtracting One, Subtracting Zero

Lesson 64: Adding Three or More single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 66: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 67: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 68: Subtracting Two from a Number

Lesson 71: Adding Two-digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 72: Adding Two-Digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 73: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Nine

Lesson 75: Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 1)

Lesson 76: Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 2)

Lesson 82: Identifying and Writing Addition and Subtraction Fact Families

Lesson 83: Subtraction Facts – Differences of 1, 2, and 9

Lesson 87: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting a Number from Ten

Lesson 92: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Using the Doubles Plus One Facts

Lesson 118: Rounding to the Nearest Ten

Lesson 132: Dividing by Two

Lesson 4: Addition Facts – Doubles to 20

Lesson 5: Counting by 10’s to 100, Writing Numbers to 100

Lesson 26, 27: Addition Facts – Doubles Plus One

Lesson 33: Addition Facts – Sums of Ten

Lesson 47: Adding Ten to a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 49: Subtracting a Number from Itself, Subtracting One, Subtracting Zero

Lesson 64: Adding Three or More single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 66: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 67: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 68: Subtracting Two from a Number

Lesson 71: Adding Two-digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 72: Adding Two-Digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 73: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Nine

Lesson 75: Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 1)

Lesson 76: Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 2)

Lesson 82: Identifying and Writing Addition and Subtraction Fact Families

Lesson 83: Subtraction Facts – Differences of 1, 2, and 9

Lesson 87: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting a Number from Ten

Lesson 92: Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Using the Doubles Plus One Facts

Lesson 95: Adding Two-Digit Numbers with a Sum Greater Than 100

Lesson 104: Adding Three Two-Digit Number with a Sum Greater Than 100

Lesson 107: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 108: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 109: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers (Part 1)

Lesson 110: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers (Part 2)

Lesson 129: Multiplying by Four

Lesson 132: Dividing by Two

repeating and increasing patterns

Lesson 98: Counting Quarters

Lesson 106: Multiplying by Five

Lesson 124: Multiplying by Three

Lesson 129: Multiplying by Four

change in quantity, using pictorial and symbolic representation

Lesson 24: Dividing a Shape in Half, Shading One Half of a Shape

Lesson 25: Dividing a Square in Half Two Ways, Telling Time to the Half Hour

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

symbolic representation of equality and inequality

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Supplementation Required

direct linear measurement, introducing standard metric units

Lesson 37: Measuring with One-Inch Tiles

Lesson 46: Measuring to the Nearest Inch Using a Ruler

Lesson 59: Identifying 1-cup and ½- cup Measuring Cups, Tablespoons, Teaspoons and ½ Teaspoons, Reading a Recipe, Measuring Ingredients for a Recipe

Lesson 74: Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Half Inch

Lesson 94: Measuring Height in Feet and Inches

Lesson 112: Measuring Weight using Pounds

multiple attributes of 2D shapes and 3D objects

Lesson 18: Identifying Common Geometric Shapes

Lesson 22: Identifying and Sorting Common Geometric Shapes by Attribute

Lesson 30: Identifying Geometric Shape Pieces that Differ in One Way

Lesson 40: Identifying Geometric Shape Pieces that are Alike in Only One Way

Lesson 50: Finding the Area of Shapes Using Pattern Blocks

Lesson 57: Making Geometric Shapes on a Geoboard Identifying the Angles of a Shape

Lesson 100: Finding Area using 1” Color Tiles

Lesson 103: Identifying Geometric Solids (Cone, Cube, Sphere, Cylinder, Rectangular Solid, and Pyramid)

pictorial representation of concrete graphs, using one-to-one correspondence

Lesson 2: Graphing Data on a Graph, Identifying One More and One Less Than a Number

Lesson 16: Creating and Reading a Pictograph

Lesson 39: Identifying Halves, Fourths, and Eighths of a Whole, Creating and Reading a Bar Graph

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Lesson 88: Creating a Bar Graph with a Scale of Two

Lesson 114: Writing Observations from a Graph

Lesson 128: Locating Points on a Coordinate Graph

Lesson 130: Creating Two Graphs Using Dominoes

likelihood of familiar life events, using comparative language

Lesson 48: Identifying Similarities and Differences of Coins

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

financial literacy — coin combinations to 100 cents, and spending and saving

Lesson 43: Trading Pennies for Dimes

Lesson 48: Counting Nickels, Identifying Similarities and Differences of Coins

Lesson 71: Adding Two-Digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 1)

Lesson 72: Adding Two-Digit Numbers with Trading Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 93: Writing Money Amounts Using \$ Signs and “cent” Symbols

Lesson 107: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (part 1)

Lesson 108: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2)

Lesson 117: Counting Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies, Showing Money Amounts Using Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Pennies

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Estimate reasonably

Lesson 56: Measuring to the Nearest Foot

Lesson 86: Estimating and Counting Large Collections, Grouping by 10’s and 100’s

Lesson 118: Rounding to the Nearest Ten

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Lesson 86: Estimating and Counting Large Collections, Grouping by 10’s and 100’s

Use technology to explore mathematics

Supplementation Required

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Supplementation Required

Understanding/Solving

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

Lesson 8: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories, Comparing Numbers to 50

Lesson 11: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some Went Away Stories, Creating and Reading a Repeating Pattern

Lesson 23: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 44: Weighing Objects Using Nonstandard Units

Lesson 119: Acting Out Equal Groups Stories, Drawing Pictures to Show Equal Groups

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Lesson 8: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories, Comparing Numbers to 50

Lesson 11: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some Went Away Stories, Creating and Reading a Repeating Pattern

Lesson 23: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Lesson 52: Identifying a Line of Symmetry, Creating  Symmetrical Design

Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

Supplementation Required

Communicating/Representing

Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Lesson 24: Dividing a Shape in Half/Shading One Half of a Shape

Lesson 25: Dividing a Square in Half Two Ways, Telling Time to the Half Hour

Lesson 32: Identifying Horizontal, Vertical, and Oblique Lines

Lesson 34: Dividing a Whole into Halves, Fourths and Eighths

Lesson 36: Identifying Pairs

Lesson 39: Identifying Tens and Ones

Lesson 41: Naming Fractional Parts of a Whole

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Supplementation Required

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Supplementation Required

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

Lesson 51: Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram

Connecting/Reflecting

Reflect on mathematical thinking

Supplementation Required

Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

Lesson 15: Identifying Weekdays and Day of the Weekend

Lesson 26: Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Ten Degrees, Addition Facts-Doubes Plus One

Lesson 63: Identifying a.m. and p.m., Identifying Noon and Midnight, Identifying Dozen and Half Dozen

Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required