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Dimensions Math Workbook 2A

$12.00

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Weight 1.2 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 × 0.75 in
Publisher

Singapore Math Inc.

ISBN

9781947226203

Pagecount

184

Grade

2

SKU: DMW2A Categories: , Tag:

Workbooks offer the independent practice necessary for students to hone their skills. Corresponding to textbook material, lessons begin with fundamentals and progresses to more challenging problems.

Features & Components:

  • Basics: Provide a review of basic concepts covered in textbooks.
  • Practice: Reinforces and consolidates learning through practice problems.
  • Challenge: Offers advanced enrichment through challenging problems.
  • Check: Gives students a chance to confirm their understanding.

Note: Two workbooks (A and B) for each grade correspond to the two halves of the school year. Answer key not included. Soft cover. Grades PK-2 Workbooks are perforated.

A note for teachers: Differentiated workbook problems offer a range of complexity. The workbook problems in each lesson are structured to become increasingly challenging. Every student will not necessarily complete every question. Lessons are structured to include the following sections, in order: Basics, Practice, and Challenge. Basics covers the main concepts of the lesson (and shows parents how these concepts were taught). Practice offers further practice. Challenge problems are optional and can be used as homework or in class, as time permits. Students will work at their own pace, starting from the problems in Basics, progressing to Practice, then to Challenge. It is not essential for all problems to be completed if homework load is a concern.

Additionally, students may arrive at correct answers using different processes from the ones shown in the Teacher’s Guide. Accept all correct answers, as methods used may vary throughout.

Sample Pages

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Numbers to 1,000Lesson 1: Tens and Ones
Lesson 2: Counting by Tens or Ones
Lesson 3: Comparing Tens and Ones
Lesson 4: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Lesson 5: Place Value
Lesson 6: Comparing Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Lesson 7: Counting by Hundreds, Tens, or Ones
Lesson 8: Practice

Chapter 2: Addition and Subtraction — Part 1Lesson 1: Strategies for Addition
Lesson 2: Strategies for Subtraction
Lesson 3: Parts and Whole
Lesson 4: Comparison
Lesson 5: Practice

Chapter 3: Addition and Subtraction — Part 2Lesson 1: Addition Without Regrouping
Lesson 2: Subtraction Without Regrouping
Lesson 3: Addition with Regrouping Ones
Lesson 4: Addition with Regrouping Tens
Lesson 5: Addition with Regrouping Tens and Ones
Lesson 6: Practice A
Lesson 7: Subtraction with Regrouping from Tens
Lesson 8: Subtraction with Regrouping from Hundreds
Lesson 9: Subtraction with Regrouping from Two Places
Lesson 10: Subtraction with Regrouping across Zeros
Lesson 11: Practice B
Lesson 12: Practice C

Chapter 4: LengthLesson 1: Centimeters
Lesson 2: Estimating Length in Centimeters
Lesson 3: Meters
Lesson 4: Estimating Length in Meters
Lesson 5: Inches
Lesson 6: Using Rulers
Lesson 7: Feet
Lesson 8: Practice

Chapter 5: WeightLesson 1: Grams
Lesson 2: Kilograms
Lesson 3: Pounds
Lesson 4: Practice
Review 1

Chapter 6: Multiplication and DivisionLesson 1: Multiplication — Part 1
Lesson 2: Multiplication — Part 2
Lesson 3: Practice A
Lesson 4: Division — Part 1
Lesson 5: Division — Part 2
Lesson 6: Multiplication and Division
Lesson 7: Practice B

Chapter 7: Multiplication and Division of 2, 5, and 10Lesson 1: The Multiplication Table of 5
Lesson 2: Multiplication Facts of 5
Lesson 3: Practice A
Lesson 4: The Multiplication Table of 2
Lesson 5: Multiplication Facts of 2
Lesson 6: Practice B
Lesson 7: The Multiplication Table of 10
Lesson 8: Dividing by 2
Lesson 9: Dividing by 5 and 10
Lesson 10: Practice C
Lesson 11: Word Problems
Review 2