Skills available for Ontario Grade 2 Math Curriculum (2020)

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2.B Number

2.B1 Number Sense

Whole Numbers
B1.1 read, represent, compose, and decompose whole numbers up to and including 200, using a variety of tools and strategies, and describe various ways they are used in everyday life
B1.2 compare and order whole numbers up to and including 200, in various contexts
Digital Resources

• Comparing Numbers

Printable Worksheets

• Comparing Numbers – Set 1

• Comparing Numbers – Set 2

• Ordering Numbers

B1.3 estimate the number of objects in collections of up to 200 and verify their estimates by counting
Digital Resources

• Estimating

Printable Worksheets

• Estimating and Counting – Set 1

• Estimating and Counting – Set 2

B1.4 count to 200, including by 20s, 25s, and 50s, using a variety of tools and strategies
B1.5 describe what makes a number even or odd
Digital Resources

• Even and Odd Numbers

Printable Worksheets

• Identifying Odd and Even Numbers

• Odd and Even Numbers

B1.6 use drawings to represent, solve, and compare the results of fair-share problems that involve sharing up to 10 items among 2, 3, 4, and 6 sharers, including problems that result in whole numbers, mixed numbers, and fractional amounts
B1.7 recognize that one third and two-sixths of the same whole are equal, in fair-sharing contexts
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Exploring Equal Amounts

5.B2 Operations

Properties and Relationships
B2.1 use the properties of addition and subtraction, and the relationships between addition and multiplication and between subtraction and division, to solve problems and check calculations
Math Facts
B2.2 recall and demonstrate addition facts for numbers up to 20, and related subtraction facts
Mental Math
B2.3 use mental math strategies, including estimation, to add and subtract whole numbers that add up to no more than 50, and explain the strategies used
Addition and Subtraction
B2.4 use objects, diagrams, and equations to represent, describe, and solve situations involving addition and subtraction of whole numbers that add up to no more than 100
Multiplication and Division
B2.5 represent multiplication as repeated equal groups, including groups of one half and one fourth, and solve related problems, using various tools and drawings
B2.6 represent division of up to 12 items as the equal sharing of a quantity, and solve related problems, using various tools and drawings

2.C Algebra

2.C1 Patterns and Relationships

C1.1 identify and describe a variety of patterns involving geometric designs, including patterns found in real-life contexts
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Identifying Pattern Changes

C1.2 create and translate patterns using various representations, including shapes and numbers
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Creating Patterns

• Growing Patterns

• Shrinking Patterns

C1.3 determine pattern rules and use them to extend patterns, make and justify predictions, and identify missing elements in patterns represented with shapes and numbers
C1.4 create and describe patterns to illustrate relationships among whole numbers up to 100

2.C2 Equations and Inequalities

C2.1 identify when symbols are being used as variables, and describe how they are being used
Digital Resources

• Identifying Variables

Printable Worksheets

• Exploring Variables

Equalities and Inequalities
C2.2 determine what needs to be added to or subtracted from addition and subtraction expressions to make them equivalent
C2.3 identify and use equivalent relationships for whole numbers up to 100, in various contexts
Digital Resources

• Identify Equal Expressions

Printable Worksheets

• Decomposing Numbers

• Number Fact Families

2.C3 Coding

Coding Skills
C3.1 solve problems and create computational representations of mathematical situations by writing and executing code, including code that involves sequential and concurrent events
C3.2 read and alter existing code, including code that involves sequential and concurrent events, and describe how changes to the code affect the outcomes

2.D Data

2.D1 Data Literacy

Data Collection and Organization
D1.1 sort sets of data about people or things according to two attributes, using tables and logic diagrams, including Venn and Carroll diagrams
D1.2 collect data through observations, experiments, and interviews to answer questions of interest that focus on two pieces of information, and organize the data in two-way tally tables
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Sorting into a Carroll Diagram

• Organizing Data

• ___’s Survey And Results

• Make A Tally Chart

Data Visualization
D1.3 display sets of data, using one-to-one correspondence, in concrete graphs, pictographs, line plots, and bar graphs with proper sources, titles, and labels
Data Analysis
D1.4 identify the mode(s), if any, for various data sets presented in concrete graphs, pictographs, line plots, bar graphs, and tables, and explain what this measure indicates about the data
Digital Resources

• Finding the Mode

Printable Worksheets

• Finding the Mode

D1.5 analyse different sets of data presented in various ways, including in logic diagrams, line plots, and bar graphs, by asking and answering questions about the data and drawing conclusions, then make convincing arguments and informed decisions

2.D2 Probability

D2.1 use mathematical language, including the terms “impossible”, “possible”, and “certain”, to describe the likelihood of complementary events happening, and use that likelihood to make predictions and informed decisions
D2.2 make and test predictions about the likelihood that the mode(s) of a data set from one population will be the same for data collected from a different population
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Thinking About Likelihood

• How Likely Is It?

2.E Spatial Sense

2.E1 Geometric and Spatial Reasoning

Geometric Reasoning
E1.1 sort and identify two-dimensional shapes by comparing number of sides, side lengths, angles, and number of lines of symmetry
E1.2 compose and decompose two-dimensional shapes, and show that the area of a shape remains constant regardless of how its parts are rearranged
Digital Resources
Printable Worksheets

• Decomposing Shapes

• Exploring Area – Set 1

• Exploring Area – Set 2

E1.3 identify congruent lengths and angles in two-dimensional shapes by mentally and physically matching them, and determine if the shapes are congruent
Digital Resources

• Identifying Congruent Shapes

Printable Worksheets

• Congruent Shapes

Location and Movement
E1.4 create and interpret simple maps of familiar places
E1.5 describe the relative positions of several objects and the movements needed to get from one object to another

5.E2 Measurement

E2.1 choose and use non-standard units appropriately to measure lengths, and describe the inverse relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed
E2.2 explain the relationship between centimetres and metres as units of length, and use benchmarks for these units to estimate lengths
Digital Resources

• Estimate Lengths

Printable Worksheets

• Measuring with Centimetres

E2.3 measure and draw lengths in centimetres and metres, using a measuring tool, and recognize the impact of starting at points other than zero
E2.4 use units of time, including seconds, minutes, hours, and non-standard units, to describe the duration of various events

2.F Financial Literacy

2.F1 Money and Finances

Money Concepts
F1.1 identify different ways of representing the same amount of money up to Canadian 200¢ using various combinations of coins, and up to $200 using various combinations of $1 and $2 coins and $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills