Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition, Grade 2

Textbooks present new concepts and learning tasks for students to complete with educator supervision. They include practice and review problems, and are designed to be used alongside workbooks. Features & Components:
-Mathematical concepts are introduced in the opening pages and taught to mastery through specific learning tasks that allow for immediate assessment and consolidation.
-The Concrete Pictorial Abstract approach enables students to encounter math in a meaningful way.
-Direct correlation of the textbook to the workbook facilitates focused review and evaluation.
-The modeling method enables students to visualize and solve problems quickly and efficiently.
-New mathematical concepts are introduced through a spiral progression that builds on concepts already taught and mastered.
-Metacognition is employed as a strategy for learners to monitor their thinking processes in problem solving. Speech and thought bubbles provide guidance through the thought processes, making even the most challenging problems accessible to students.
-Color patches invite active student participation and facilitate lively discussion about concepts.
-Regular reviews in the textbook provide consolidation opportunities.

Table of Contents:
-Numbers to 1000
-Looking Back
-Comparing Numbers
-Hundreds, Tens and Ones
Addition and Subtraction:
-Meanings of Addition and Subtraction
-Addition Without Renaming
-Subtraction Without Renaming
-Addition With Renaming
-Subtraction With Renaming
-Measuring Length in Meters
-Measuring Length in Centimeters
-Measuring Length in Yards and Feet
-Measuring Length in Inches
-Measuring Weight in Kilograms
-Measuring Weight in Grams
-Measuring Weight in Pounds
-Measuring Weight in Ounces
-Review A (test on concepts learned in chapters 1 through 4)
Multiplication and Division
-Multiplication Tables of 2 and 3
-Multiplication Table of 2
-Multiplication Table of 3
-Dividing by 2
-Dividing by 3
-Review B (test on concepts learned in chapters 1 through 6)
-Review C (test on concepts learned in chapters 1 through 6)

Note: Two textbooks (A and B) for each grade correspond to the two halves of the school year. Answer key not included. Soft cover.

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