When children can see, touch, and experiment with numbers, they make more meaningful and lasting connections.Use concrete examples, such as blocks, beads and even Legos, to teach and reinforce a lesson. Find examples on how to incorporate manipulatives into your lessons for teaching 2nd and 3rd graders.
How will I know if my 2nd grader has met the SC Math Standard for Thinking and Operations?
My child can solve one- and two-step word problems with addition and subtraction up to 100
My child can determine odd and even numbers, for numbers through 20, by finding two equal numbers to represent the number (3+3=6, 5+5=10)
My child can use addition to find the number of squares highlighted in a rectangle with up to 5 rows and 5 columns
The titles below will help you and your child discuss shapes and patterns . Want us to pull books for you? Contact us at 803-799-9084 and request to have books sent to your nearest Richland Library location.