Go Math!

Go Math! combines 21st-century educational technology with modern content, dynamic interactives, and a variety of instructional videos to engage students. Written to fully support new math standards and offers a variety of differentiated instructional materials. Your child will have daily classroom and homework assignments from the Go Math! workbook.  First-graders in Disney’s Comprehensive Gifted Program use Go Math 2nd Grade materials.

GoMath! Grade 2 Student Edition Link: https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/math/gomath2015/na/gr2/student_edition_ebook_9780544348806_/index.html

GoMath! Grade 2 Year at a Glance

Number Sense & Place Value

Chapter 1: Number Concepts

Chapter 2: Numbers to 1,000

Addition & Subtraction

Chapter 3: Basic Facts and Relationships

Chapter 4: 2-Digit Addition

Chapter 5: 2-Digit Subtraction

Chapter 6: Three Digit Addition and Subtraction

Measurement and Data

Chapter 7: Money and Time

Chapter 8: Length in Customary Units

Chapter 9: Length in Metric Units

Chapter 10:  Data

Geometry and Fractions

Chapter 11:  Geometry

Superhero Third Grade Lessons: Introduction to 3rd-grade math skills. 

 

IXL is a math skills subscription website. Your child will be given their IXL username and password during the first month of school. Students are strongly encouraged to practice the corresponding IXL links that match our classroom learning. IXL is a great tool to build lasting math skills and confidence!

IXL assignment links for each GoMath chapter: https://www.ixl.com/community/IXL-Math-GO-Math-2011-Common-Core-Edition-2nd-Grade.pdf 

Parents and students will be provided XtraMath login information during the 2nd quarter of the school year. Children will practice math facts 3 days a week during school hours. Families are encouraged to add daily practice to their home routines.

From XtraMath:  Think of XtraMath as a math vitamin! For best results, your child should do XtraMath once per day as regularly as possible. It only takes a few minutes to make it a part of your daily routine. Math facts are the building blocks of your child’s math education and your child will be well rewarded for the time they spend practicing on XtraMath.