1. review money notation and equivalencies
2. provides experiences with comparing prices, estimating costs, and making change
3. extends place-value concepts to 5-digits
For example: QQQQ QQDNPPP
Many students count it correctly and write 168 for the answer. However on tests, this answer is incorrect without the unit identifying it as one hundred sixty-eight dollars. Otherwise, it could mean 168 dogs, 168 balloons, 168 degrees, etc.
The 2nd grade teachers studied student math data and have organized the students into groups according to their needs. We are doing the math homework sheets in class. IXL is their homework. There are many skills for Unit 10 that can be practiced on IXL.
Sign-in to IXL and focus on the following skills:
M.3 M.6 M.14 M.15
P.5 P.6 P.7 P.12 P.15
Practice these skills on IXL each night!