Engage NY {Eureka} Math Module 2 Topic D Lessons 8-10 2ND GRADE

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  1. This bundle includes:Topic A Lessons 1-3 (105 pages)Topic B Lessons 4-5 (75 pages)Topic C Lessons 6-7 (69 pages)Topic D Lessons 8-10 (108 pages)Each topic includes terminology posters, math focus wall cards/memory match game, lesson posters (objective and I Can Statement), application problems, ex
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This 108 page resource is filled with everything you need to supplement your Engage NY math lessons. I've created lesson posters, extra practice pages, learning centers, sprints, application problems, exit tickets, terminology posters, math focus wall cards and more. I've also included a 2 page topic assessment.

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Page 4- Teacher Note

Pages 5 - 20 Terminology Posters (Includes illustrations and definitions of math terms.)

Pages 21 - 25 Math Terms Focus Wall Cards with illustrations and definitions. Can be played as a Memory Match as well.

Pages 26 - 29 Parent Dictionary

Pages 30 - 32 Lesson 8 Posters (Objectives and I Can Statement)

Pages 33 - 37 Application Poster (RDW) Application Problem 2.8 (Several problems included on a page, so they can be cut and glued into math notebooks, or a one page version.)

Pages 38 - 41 Concept Devopment Helpers (Teacher's help that can be used along with interactive white board.

Pages 42 - 44 Extra Practice Pages 2.8 (Measure 2 different paths to the zoo and back to school, measure objects that are placed in the center or near the end of the ruler and use ruler to count, use ruler to add and subtract)

Page 45 Exit Ticket 2.8 ( 2 per page to save on paper)

Pages 46 - 60 Math Center (Task cards - Objects placed on various parts of ruler and measurements recorded on answer sheet.)

Pages 61- 63 Lesson 9 Posters

Pages 64 - 65 Application Problem 2.9 (Several per page, or one page version)

Pages 66 - 70 Concept Development (Lesson helper for educators to use with interactive white board.

Pages 71 - 73 Extra Practice Pages 2.9 ( Measure and compare paths each boy takes to get his ice cream and answer questions, measure and compare three paths and answer questions, find objects to measure using a meter strip give estimation and actual measurement.)

Page 74 Exit Ticket 2.9

Pages 75 - 82 Math Center (Measure 15 different strings and record answers, or cut a string that is their height and find things that are equal or to close to that measurement.)

Pages 83 - 85 Lesson 10 Posters

Pages 86 - 89 Application Problems 2.10 (two different application problems based on concept development)

Pages 90 - 91 Concept Development (Teacher Helper)

Pages 92 - 95 Extra Practice Pages 2.10 ( 3 pages of 2-step problem practice, One page interactive notebook 2-step problem practice)

Page 96 Exit Ticket 2.10

Pages 97 - 103 Math Center (2-step word problem task cards, recording sheet and answer key)

Pages 104 - 107 Topic D Assessment and answer key

Thanks so very much for taking the time to view this resource. Your continued support is appreciated. Sandy

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Represent whole numbers as lengths from 0 on a number line diagram with equally spaced points corresponding to the numbers 0, 1, 2,..., and represent whole-number sums and differences within 100 on a number line diagram.
Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word problems involving lengths that are given in the same units, e.g., by using drawings (such as drawings of rulers) and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.
Measure to determine how much longer one object is than another, expressing the length difference in terms of a standard length unit.
Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters.
Measure the length of an object by selecting and using appropriate tools such as rulers, yardsticks, meter sticks, and measuring tapes.

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