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Primary 2 - Number and Algebra: Whole Numbers

Standard 2.NA-WN.1 - Analyze the sequence of numbers to find what is missing.

Included Skills:

Numbers up to 1000

• 1.1 counting in tens/hundreds

• 1.2 number notation, representations and place values (hundreds, tens, ones)

• 1.3 reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words

• 1.4 comparing and ordering numbers

• 1.5 patterns in number sequences

• 1.6 odd and even numbers

• 1.7 give examples of numbers in everyday situations, and talk about how and why the numbers are used.

• 1.8 work in groups using concrete objects/the base-ten set/play money to

- count in tens/hundreds to establish 10 tens make 1 hundred and 10 hundreds make 1 thousand.

- represent and compare numbers.

• 1.9 make sense of the size of 100 and use it to estimate the number of objects in the size of hundreds.

• 1.10 use the base-ten set/play money to represent a number that is 1, 10 or 100 more than/less than a 3-digit number.

• 1.11 use place-value cards to illustrate and explain place values, e.g. the digit 3 stands for 300, 30 or 3 depending on where it appears in a number.

• 1.12 use place-value cards to compare numbers digit by digit from left to right, and use language such as 'greater than', 'greatest', 'smaller than', 'smallest' and 'the same as' to describe the comparison.

• 1.13 describe a given number pattern before continuing the pattern or finding the missing number(s).

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