## Grade 2 Math Curriculum

Understanding the Grade 2 Math Syllabus & How You Can Support Your G2 Child

**Grade 2 continues to build on the basics taught in Grade 1.** It’s also the year students learn new concepts like Mass and Fractions.

To help your child build a strong math foundation, KooBits’ learning plan gives you all the Grade 2 topics covered under Singapore’s syllabus, a globally-recognised curriculum.

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### Numbers To 1000

- Use base ten blocks to read and write numbers to 1000
- Count on by 1s to 1000
- Count on by 10s to 1000
- Count on by 100s to 1000
- Use place value charts to show numbers to 1000
- Write numbers to 1000 in numerals
- Write numbers to 1000 in words
- Write numbers to 1000 in expanded form
- Compare numbers to 1000
- Order 3-digit numbers
- To identify the greatest or the smallest number
- To form smallest/greatest value with 3 digits
- Find the missing numbers in a pattern
- Identify odd and even numbers

### Addition Within 1000

- Add 1-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add 2-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in ones
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens and ones
- One-step addition problem involving total quantity after an event
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two events with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both events (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 20)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 40)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 100)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with either more-than or less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons

### Subtraction Within 1000

- Subtract ones from 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 2-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens and ones
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in hundreds and tens
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in hundreds, tens and ones
- Subtract within 1000 across zeros
- One-step problem involving the total quantity after an event
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two events with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both events (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 20)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 40)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 100)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons

### Multiplication Table of 2, 5, and 10

- Multiply using equal groups
- Divide by sharing
- Divide by grouping
- Write multiplication or division equation
- Multiplication Facts of 2
- Multiplication Facts of 5
- Multiplication Facts of 10
- Divide by sharing using related multiplication facts of 2
- Divide by grouping using related multiplication facts of 2
- Divide by sharing using related multiplication facts of 5
- Divide by grouping using related multiplication facts of 10

### Multiplication Table of 3 and 4

- Multiplication Facts of 3
- Multiplication Facts of 4
- Divide by sharing using related multiplication facts of 3
- Divide by grouping using related multiplication facts of 3
- Divide by sharing using related multiplication facts of 4
- Divide by grouping using related multiplication facts of 4
- Find related multiplication facts of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Solve 1-step word problems involving multiplication
- Solve 1-step word problems involving division
- One-step division problem involving number of groups and quantity of each group
- One-step multiplication problem involving number of groups and quantity of each group

### Length

- Estimate length in metres
- Use a centimetre ruler to measure length
- Measure a centimetre tape to measure length
- Measure lines in centimetres
- Using appropriate units of measurement
- Compare and find differences in heights in metres
- Compare and find differences in length in metres
- Compare and find differences in lengths of objects in centimetres
- Measure length in centimetres using a different start point
- Solve word problems involving length in metres
- Solve word problems involving length in centimetres
- One-step problem involving heights with terms “taller or shorter”
- One-step problem involving length of single item and total length

### Mass

- Measuring mass in kilograms
- Measuring mass in grams
- Compare mass using words
- Estimate mass in grams
- Using appropriate units of measurement
- Addition and subtraction of mass
- Multiplication and division of mass
- One-step multiplication problem involving unitary mass and number of items
- One-step division problem involving total mass and unitary mass
- One-step problem involving mass in an event
- One-step problem involving mass of two persons

### Models

- Use part-whole models to solve addition problems: putting together
- Use part-whole models to solve subtraction problems: finding one part
- Use part-whole models to solve addition problems: adding on
- Use part-whole models to solve subtraction problems: taking away one part
- Use comparison models to solve addition problems: finding the greater number
- Use comparison models to solve subtraction problems: finding the smaller number

### Fractions

- Use fractions to describe equal parts
- Name unit fractions
- Recognize and name a fractional part of a whole
- Recognize the number of unit fractions in one whole
- Compare unit fractions
- Compare and order unit fractions
- Compare and order like fractions
- Compare and find the smallest or the greatest fraction in a list of fractions with the same numerator
- Compare and find the smallest or the greatest fraction in a list of fractions with the same denominators
- Given one fraction, find the fraction to add up to one whole
- Adding like fractions within one whole (with denominators not exceeding 12)
- Subtracting like fractions within one whole (with denominators not exceeding 12)

### 2D Shapes

- Identify lines and curves
- Identify and name 2D shapes
- Identify shapes of circle, semicircle, quarter circle, triangle, rectangle and square
- Combine and separate plane shapes
- Make figures with different shapes
- Complete patterns with 2D shapes
- Identify pattern formations involving shapes of circle, semicircle,quartercircle, triangle, rectangle and square

### 3D Shapes

- Identify three-dimensional shapes
- Identify flat surfaces
- Count sides, vertices, edges and faces
- Make solid figures with three-dimensional shapes
- Make repeating patterns with solid shapes
- Make patterns with solid shapes involving changes in two attributes

### Time

- Read time to the nearest 5 minutes
- Tell time in hours and minutes
- Use a.m. and p.m. to show morning, afternoon or night
- Use visual cues to tell time
- Duration of 1 hour and half an hour
- To find time 1 hour or 2 hours before or after a given time
- To find time 30 minutes before or after a given time

### Money

- Counting money in dollars and cents
- Read and write the prices in dollars and cents in decimal notation
- Write amounts of money in different ways
- Exchange cents for dollars
- Exchange dollars for cents
- Compare two or three amounts of money
- Solve word problems involving money in dollars only
- Solve word problems involving money in cents only
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total amount (in dollars) for both persons
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total amount (in dollars) for both persons
- One-step problem involving initial and final amount for a payment event, find amount for an item
- Two-step addition problem involving initial amount for a payment event
- Two-step problem involving final amount for two payment events

### Volume

- Compare the volumes of liquid in containers of the same size
- Estimate volume in litres
- Comparing and ordering volume in litres
- Given capacity of one container, find total volume
- One-step division problem involving volume
- One-step multiplication problem involving volume

### Picture Graphs

- Make and interpret picture graphs
- Interpret picture graphs in both vertical and horizontal forms
- Solve 1-step word problems using data from picture graphs
- Understand the use of a symbol to represent one object in a graph with more-than relationship
- Understand the use of a symbol to represent one object in a graph with fewer-than relationship
- Identify the greatest or smallest amount

### High-ability - Numbers to 1000

- Add two numbers written as tens and ones
- Add numbers written as tens (single digit) and ones
- Add numbers written as tens (two digits) and ones

### High-ability - Addition & Subtraction

- Two-step addition problem involving final quantity after two events
- Two-step addition problem involving initial quantity after two events
- Two-step subtraction problem involving final quantity after two events
- Two-step problem involving three persons
- Two-step problem involving the final quantity after an event
- Given total quantity and quantity for one item, find quantity relationship

### High-ability - Multiplication & Division

- Two-step problem involving multiplication and subtraction
- Two-step problem involving multiplication and addition
- Two-step problem involving groups, total quantity and remaining quantity
- Two-step problem involving total quantity in a different number of groups
- Three-step problems involving the total number of legs of animals

### High-ability - Measurement

- Two-step problem involving heights of three persons
- Two-step problem involving lengths of cut items
- Two-step problem involving changes in the height of a person and his relationship to an unchanged object
- Two-step problem involving unitary length and number of cut pieces
- Three-step problem involving lenghts of two items and total length required
- Two-step problem involving mass requirement of an item for another set of similar meal
- Two-step problem involving difference in the mass of two items with given mass for item one and the total
- Three-step problem involving mass of three persons
- Given starting time and duration, find ending time of an event
- Given ending time and duration of two events, find starting time
- Given starting time, duration and time relationship, find ending time

### High-ability - Models

- One-step problem involving total quantity and number groups, find quantity in each group
- One-step problem involving total quantity and quantity for one person, find quantity for the other person
- Two-step problem involving age of one person and the relationship to the other person, find the total age
- Two-step problem involving number of groups and quantity in each group, find final quantity after one event
- Two-step problem involving total quantity and quantity in each group, find number of groups after one event

### High-ability - Fractions

- One-step problem involving adding fractions with the same denominator
- One-step problem involving subtracting fractions with the same denominator
- Find the fraction of item left after two events
- Given initial quantity, quantity for one person and the final fraction, find quantity for the other person

### High-ability - Money

- One-step multiplication problem invovling payment for an item in quantity
- Two-step problem involving final change amount after two payment events
- Find total value involving money of different denominations
- Two-step problem involving initial amount and cost of two items in a payment event, find the final amount
- Three-step problem involving amount for two persons and the relationship to the third person, find the total amount

### High-ability - Picture Graphs

- Solve problem using data given in a picture graph
- Solve problem using data given in a picture graph with more or less concept
- Solve problem using data given in a picture graph with most or least concept

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