 

Math
Unit 1: ESTABLISHING ROUTINESEveryday Mathematics was developed by the University of Chicago School of Mathematics Project (UCSMP). It has several features to help our students learn basic math skills and concepts in meaningful contexts so that the mathematics becomes "real". In this first unit, our students will review and extend concepts that were developed in first grade. Children will use number lines to count, compare numbers, add, and subtract. They will count in several different intervals, such as up by 2s, up by 10s, and back by 10s from 100. They will review the value of coins and find the values of coin combinations. We will practice using the number grid to reinforce placevalue skills and observe number patterns. Finally, we will review the use of greater than, less than , and equal to symbols.  
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