Math Expressions is...
– Fewer standards in each grade level with higher expectations in terms of depth
of knowledge. Students have time
to master mathematical concepts.
Learning follows a carefully planned sequence that allows students to build
their understanding while making connections between mathematical
– Math Expressions puts all children on the pathway to college and career
readiness. Students develop procedural fluency (“how to do it”), conceptual understanding (“why it works”) and strategic competence (“when to do it”).
Math Expressions Second Grade Units
•Addition and Subtraction Within 20
•Addition Within 200
•Length and Shapes
•Subtract 2-Digit Numbers
•Time, Graphs, and Word Problems
•3-Digit Addition and Subtraction
•Arrays,Equal Shares, and Adding or Subtracting Lengths