- Grade 2
In this mission, students learn about everyday non-numerical sequences, both simple and complex. Students find a few sequences in their environment and describe them.
- I recognize a variety of non-numerical sequences.
- I describe various sequences.
- non-numerical sequences
- geometric forms
- basic pattern
- attributes (shape, colour, size, orientation, texture, etc.)
Students compare natural numbers up to 200 to order them in different ways.
Different Ways to Measure
Students measure lengths using unconventional units of measurement.
- Spatial Sense
Good Leaps to Estimate!
Students estimate the number of objects in sets of 200 or fewer objects.
Welcome to the Hundreds!
Students explore numbers up to 200, represent them, and decompose them using different methods and tools.