Contents. PART 1 Unit 1: Number Sense: Numbers to 10. Unit 2: Number Sense: Numbers to 20. Unit 3: Patterns and Algebra: Repeating Patterns


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1 Contents PART 1 Unit 1: Number Sense: Numbers to 10 NS21 Counting and Matching 1 NS22 OnetoOne Correspondence 3 NS23 More, Fewer, and Less 5 NS24 How Many More? 7 NS25 Reading Number Words to Ten 10 NS26 Addition 12 NS27 Subtraction 14 NS28 Adding and Subtracting 0 16 Unit 2: Number Sense: Numbers to 20 NS29 Counting to NS210 Adding Using a Chart 19 NS211 Tens and Ones Blocks 23 NS212 Reading Number Words to Twenty 25 NS213 Writing Number Words to Twenty 28 NS214 First Word Problems 29 NS215 Making Word Problems 32 NS216 Ordinal Numbers 38 NS217 Writing Ordinals 40 Unit 3: Patterns and Algebra: Repeating Patterns PA21 Cores of Patterns 42 PA22 What Changes? 44 PA23 Pattern Rules 48 PA24 Showing Patterns in Different Ways 51 PA25 Predicting Terms 53 PA26 Problems and Puzzles 55 Unit 4: Measurement: NonStandard Units of Length ME21 Length 57 ME22 Width, Height, and Distance Around 59 ME23 Measuring Length 63 ME24 Units 65 ME25 How to Measure 66 ME26 Measuring Distance 67 ME27 Measuring the Distance Around 68 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 4
2 Unit 5: Geometry: 2D Shapes G21 Lines 70 G22 Sides and Vertices 72 G23 Squares 74 G24 Rectangles 75 G25 Triangles 77 G26 Circles 78 G27 Polygons 79 G28 About Polygons 82 Unit 6: Probability and Data Management: Sorting and Graphing PDM21 Sorting into Groups 85 PDM22 Sorting into Many Groups 88 PDM23 Sorting Rules 90 PDM24 Sorting Rules Many Groups 92 PDM25 Sort and Graph 96 PDM26 Pictographs 97 PDM27 Drawing Pictographs 100 Unit 7: Number Sense: Addition and Subtraction with Numbers to 100 NS218 Counting to NS219 Hundreds Charts 104 NS220 More Tens and Ones Blocks 105 NS221 Ordering Numbers to NS222 Adding, Subtracting, and Order 114 NS223 Adding with a Number Line 117 NS224 Adding by Counting On 121 NS225 Subtracting with a Number Line 125 NS226 Subtracting by Counting Backwards 130 NS227 Subtracting by Counting On 131 Unit 8: Geometry: Symmetry G29 Matching Shapes 133 G210 Lines of Symmetry 135 G211 Creating Symmetrical Shapes 138 G212 Breaking and Creating Shapes 139 G213 Making Polygons 140 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 5
3 Unit 9: Number Sense: Equations and Word Problems NS228 Equal and Not Equal 141 NS229 Equality and Inequality with Balances 147 NS230 Missing Numbers 152 NS231 Comparing Number Sentences 157 NS232 More and Fewer 160 NS233 Compare Using Pictures 163 NS234 Comparing and Word Problems (1) 165 NS235 Comparing and Word Problems (2) 167 NS236 Subtracting in Word Problems 170 NS237 More Missing Numbers 172 NS238 Missing Numbers in Word Problems 174 Unit 10: Number Sense: Using 10 to Add and Subtract NS239 Making NS240 Adding 10 and Subtracting NS241 Adding and Subtracting 10 Mentally 186 NS242 Hundreds Chart Pieces 189 Unit 11: Measurement: More Length and Mass ME28 Comparing Units of Length 192 ME29 When You Do Not Have Many Units 193 ME210 Estimating 194 ME211 Creating Rulers 196 ME212 Centimetres 198 ME213 Measuring Using Centimetre Grids 201 ME214 Estimating Centimetres 202 ME215 Metres 203 ME216 Estimating Metres 204 ME217 Comparing Masses 206 ME218 Measuring Mass 208 ME219 Estimating and Measuring Mass 211 ME220 Comparing Units of Mass 213 PART 2 Unit 12: Number Sense: Skip Counting and Estimating NS243 Skip Counting by 2s 1 NS244 Skip Counting by 5s and 10s 2 NS245 Closer To 7 NS246 Estimating Numbers 11 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 6
4 NS247 Estimating Using Benchmarks 13 NS248 Even and Odd 15 NS249 Patterns with Even and Odd 17 Unit 13: Number Sense: Addition Strategies NS250 Patterns in Adding 21 NS251 Adding Tens and Ones 22 NS252 Adding in Two Ways 24 NS253 Using 10 to Add 28 NS254 Using the Nearest 10 to Add 30 NS255 Using Tens and Ones to Add 34 NS256 Many Ways to Write a Number 37 NS257 Regrouping 39 NS258 The Standard Algorithm for Addition 43 NS259 Doubles 46 NS260 Using Doubles to Add 48 Unit 14: Number Sense: Subtraction Strategies NS261 Subtraction Strategies 51 NS262 More Subtraction Strategies 55 NS263 Subtracting Using Tens and Ones 58 NS264 Regrouping for Subtraction 61 NS265 The Standard Algorithm for Subtraction 64 NS266 Estimating Sums and Differences 67 Unit 15: Patterns and Algebra: Growing and Shrinking Patterns PA27 Growing Patterns 69 PA28 Shrinking Patterns 72 PA29 Describing Patterns 74 PA210 Identifying Patterns 78 PA211 Patterns in a Hundreds Chart 81 PA212 Finding Mistakes 83 PA213 Showing Patterns in Different Ways 87 Unit 16: Geometry: 3D Shapes G214 Cubes 88 G215 Spheres and Cylinders 89 G216 Cones 91 G217 Pyramids 93 G218 Prisms 94 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 7
5 G219 Turning 3D Shapes 95 G220 Faces 96 G221 Shapes in Structures 99 G222 Roll, Slide, Stack 102 G223 Vertices 104 G224 Edges 105 G225 Left, Right, Above, Below 107 G226 Maps 110 Unit 17: Number Sense: Money NS267 ThreeDigit Numbers 112 NS268 Skip Counting to Large Numbers 115 NS269 Skip Counting by Different Numbers 118 NS270 Coin Values 121 NS271 Counting Coins 122 NS272 Estimating and Counting Money 126 NS273 Adding Money 130 NS274 Subtracting Money 132 Unit 18: Number Sense: Fractions, Multiplication, and Division NS275 Fractions 134 NS276 Writing Fractions 137 NS277 Comparing Fractions 139 NS278 More Than One Whole 142 NS279 Multiplication 146 NS280 Multiplying by Skip Counting 149 NS281 Division 151 NS282 How Many Groups? 155 Unit 19: Measurement: Time ME221 Measuring Time 157 ME222 Clock Faces 159 ME223 Measuring Time with Clocks 160 ME224 Time to the Hour 162 ME225 Half Past 166 ME226 Time to the Half Hour 168 ME227 Quarter Past 171 ME228 Quarter To 172 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 8
6 Unit 20: Probability and Data Management: Probability PDM28 Bar Graphs 175 PDM29 Line Plots 178 PDM210 Tallies 183 PDM211 Asking Questions about Data 185 PDM212 Surveys 187 PDM213 Certain or Impossible? 190 PDM214 Likely or Unlikely? 191 PDM215 More Likely or Less Likely? 192 PDM216 More Likely, Equally Likely, or Less Likely? 193 Unit 21: Measurement: Area, Calendars, Temperature, and Capacity ME229 Comparing Areas 194 ME230 Measuring Area 195 ME231 Comparing Units of Area 199 ME232 Days and Months 200 ME233 Calendars 202 ME234 Thermometers 204 ME235 What Holds More? 206 ME236 Capacity 207 ME237 Measuring Capacity 208 ME238 Measuring Cups 209 CA 2.2 AP FrontMatterTOC V2.indd 9
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