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Price Ascending. Price Descending. Most Recent. Digital All Digital Resources. TpT Digital Activities. Made for Google Apps. Other Digital Resources. Grades PreK. Other Not Grade Specific. Higher Education. Adult Education. Art History. Graphic Arts. Music Composition. Other Arts.Grade 2 Math Course Description:. In Grade 2, instructional time will focus on four critical areas: 1 extending understanding of base-ten notation; 2 building fluency with addition and subtraction; 3 using standard units of measure; and 4 describing and analyzing shapes and partitioning them into equal-sized pieces halves, quarters and thirds while developing an understanding that the more pieces in the whole, the smaller the piece.
Bridges blends direct instruction, structured investigation, and open exploration. It taps into the intelligence and strengths of all students by presenting material that is as linguistically, visually, and kinesthetically rich as it is mathematically powerful. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
Unit 1 Famliy Letter. Unit 2 Family Letter.
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Unit 3 Family Letter. Unit 4 Family Letter. To also include hundreds. SCASD Identify coins and paper currency, their value, and their relationship with each other and how they can be combined to make different values to one dollar.
Unit 5 Family Letter. Unit 6 Family Letter. Unit 7 Family Letter. Unit 8 Family Letter. Skip to Main Content. District Home. Select a School Select a School. Sign In. Search Our Site.View the technology information. The assessments are focused on grade-level standards, and the materials do spend the majority of the time on the major work of the grade.
The materials are coherent. The materials generally follow the progression of the standards and connect the mathematics within the grade level although at times off-grade level content is not identified. There is coherence within units of each grade.
The Grade 5 materials include all three aspects of rigor, and there is a balance of the aspects of rigor. The MPs are used to enrich the learning, but additional teacher assistance in engaging students in constructing viable arguments and analyzing the arguments of others is needed.
The vocabulary in this grade includes some instances of superficial instruction.
Overall, the materials are focused, follow a coherent plan, balance the aspects of rigor, and attend to the MP. The materials reviewed for Grade 5 meet the expectations for Gateway 1.
These materials do not assess above-grade-level content, and they spend the majority of the time on the major work of the grade level. Teachers using these materials as designed will use supporting clusters to enhance the major work of the grade. These materials are partially consistent with the mathematical progressions in the standards, and students are offered extensive work with grade-level problems.
Connections are made between clusters and domains where appropriate. Overall, the Grade 5 materials are focused and follow a coherent plan. The instructional materials reviewed for Grade 5 meet the expectations for assessing grade-level content. Overall, no above-grade-level content was assessed within the summative assessments provided. Summative assessments considered during the review for this indicator include unit post-assessments and Number Corner assessments that require mastery of a skill.
The instructional materials reviewed for Grade 5 meet the expectations for focus within assessment. Overall, the instructional material does not assess any content from future grades within the summative assessments. Summative assessment items reviewed did assess material in alignment with the Grade 5 content standards:. The instructional materials reviewed for Grade 5 meet the expectations for focus on the major clusters of each grade.
Students and teachers using the materials as designated will devote the majority of class time to major clusters of the grade. The instructional materials reviewed for Grade 5 meet the expectations for focus by spending the majority of class time on the major work of the grade.Page numbers correspond to those in the consumable books.
The base ten pieces serve as a visual anchor as students compare decimal numbers and investigate the relationship between tenths and hundredths.
During the last two sessions, the teacher introduces two new Work Places to provide practice with adding tenths and hundredths, as well as building and comparing fractions.
There is a checkpoint on fractions and decimals at the end of the module. Using the piece as the whole, students identify the fractions represented by the other two base ten pieces and name them using words, decimal numbers, and fractions. Students finish the session by completing two Student Book pages that reinforce their understanding of decimal numbers.
To begin, they discuss and compare tenths and hundredths. Then they work in pairs to solve comparison problems with decimal numbers and fractions. Students express their answers in the form of inequalities. The teacher introduces a new Work Place to provide practice with adding tenths and hundredths. Students then spend any time remaining in the session visiting Work Places. Pr ev Introducing Work Place 3C Four Spins to Win Players take four turns each spinning both spinners, recording the results of their spins, rewriting the first fraction as an equivalent fraction with denominatoradding the two fractions, writing the total as a fraction and a decimal number, and shading in one of their grids to show the total.
Players use a different color to shade in their grids each time they take a turn. When both players have had four turns, each determines the total of all his spins. The player with the total closer to 3.
Session 4 Decimal More or Less This session begins with a quick checkpoint on fractions and decimals. Then the teacher introduces a new Work Place game by playing two rounds with the class. Students complete the game in pairs and then visit other Work Places.
Players take three turns each using a spinner, deciding if they want the number they spun to represent ones, tenths, or hundredths on their record sheets, and building the number with base ten pieces.
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After each player has built a 3-digit number, they compare their numbers. Depending on what was rolled at the beginning of the game, the player with the larger or smaller decimal number wins. If you would like to prepare materials ahead of time for the entire module, you can use this to-do list. NF Write fractions with denominators 10 and in decimal notation 4. Ask students to think silently and then talk in pairs about how these models are similar and how they are different.
The geoboard is 1, but the base ten mat is The geoboard has 16 little squares, but the base ten mat has If the mat is worth 1, talk to your partner about what fractions the strip and unit are. Use your pieces to explain your thinking to each other.
Then review how they are written with words, fractions, and decimal numbers. Then invite several pairs to explain their ideas, using the pieces you have on display. Rosa We knew the 2 mats were just 2. Then we put the 4 strips and the 3 units on another mat to see what fraction they make. If they have trouble, you might invite them think about how they would write 2 dollars and 43 cents.
Throughout your work with decimals, encourage students to read decimal numbers as a whole number and a decimal fraction e. If students comment on this, take advantage of this opportunity to connect fractions and decimals. They are equivalent. We can label the collection either 2.Jump to main content.
Bridges in Mathematics is a comprehensive PK—5 curriculum that equips teachers to fully implement the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in a manner that is rigorous, coherent, engaging, and accessible to all learners. Bridges blends direct instruction, structured investigation, and open exploration. It taps into the intelligence and strengths of all students by presenting material that is as linguistically, visually, and kinesthetically rich as it is mathematically powerful.
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As educators, you strive to make well-informed curriculum adoption decisions. Color covers, black and white pages. All guides are also available in electronic form on the Bridges Educator Site, which includes additional support resources. Includes a wide variety of age-appropriate assessments at each grade level, ranging from interviews, observation tips, and short performance tasks for the youngest students to unit pre- and post-assessments, mid-unit checkpoints, and more extensive performance tasks for Grades 2 and up.
A free account is included with the purchase of every Bridges classroom package. While the content of student books is required, the purchase of pre-printed consumable copies is optional.
Also available in Spanish. The Number Corner Student Book presents opportunities for independent practice and engagement with the skills and concepts covered in the daily workouts. Home Connections—family-friendly assignments that include games and activities as well as worksheets for students to complete independently—offer another source of practice and reinforcement.
Bridges classroom packages come complete with the materials teachers need to make math come alive. Bridges includes colorful pre-made components including card decks, spinners, and game boards that support over three dozen Work Places at each grade level.
Each card features a word and multiple illustrations on the front and a working definition on the back. Word resource cards are also available as a free app. All grade levels include children's literature recommendations and most include one or more titles. Find out more. An independent study found that students who use Bridges perform better than their peers.
Read full report. Bridges draws upon decades of research into the best methods for teaching and learning math. View research base. This two-day summer workshop brings our workshop leaders to your district. They work face-to-face with your classroom teachers, walking through unpacking of the curriculum components and exploring math practices in the contexts of the models and strategies.
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Each workshop is packed with information, pedagogy, and hands-on activities. Teachers explore resources, dive into Number Corner, and do math that resembles a Bridges classroom.
Bridges Getting Started workshops are scheduled either by grade-level bands, such as K—2 and 3—5, or are grade specific. A maximum of 30 participants is allowed in each session, but multiple sessions can be scheduled.
Thank you for sharing your expertise, bringing laughter to the room, and cultivating confidence for our teachers. Learn More. This three-day workshop is designed to equip instructional leaders to lead their own Bridges Getting Started Workshops in-district for new hires or new-to-grade-level teachers. Participants will experience a condensed Bridges Getting Started Workshop covering both K—2 and 3—5 grade bands. They'll leave with the knowledge and materials necessary to offer these workshops in their own district.
This face-to-face workshop is appropriate for districts after their first year of implementing Bridges in Mathematics.Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. Are you getting the free resources, updates, and special offers we send out every week in our teacher newsletter? Happy Latinx Heritage Month! Grade Level. Resource Type. Log In Join Us. View Wish List View Cart. Sort by: Relevance.
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