Builds upon skills and introduces several new key concepts for these three math strands.

Skills:
recognize and use patterns such as geometric transformations and numerical sequences, introduces more complex 2D shapes and 3D figures, sort and record data using charts and graphs, work with line graphs, circle graphs, bar graphs and pictographs
Features:
Introduces students to increasingly complex patterning problems that use two changing attributes Utilizes a wider variety of patterns, including: geometric transformations and numerical sequences Tests more detailed pattern rules, ultimately leading students to build their own patterns Introduces students to more complex 2D shapes and 3D figures Students learn how to use concrete measures, such as counting sides and vertices, to compare shapes and figures Introduces new concepts including lines of symmetry, transformations and working with a grid Students learn to sort and record data for objects with two different attributes Introduces a variety of new forms of one-to-one correspondence graphing, circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs Teaches students how to relate basic probability concepts to day to day situations
Scope and Sequence: geometry-amp-data-management-grade-2-228.pdf
Worksheets: Patterning Geometry & Data Management 2.pdf
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