# Course: Math in Focus • Singapore Math • Grade 2 • Volume A • Common Core

• Chapter 1 Numbers to 1,000
• 1 Counting
• 2 Place Value
• 3 Comparing Numbers
• 4 Order and Pattern
• Chapter 2 Addition up to 1,000
• 1 Addition and Subtraction Facts within 20
• 3 Addition with Regrouping in Ones
• 4 Addition with Regrouping in Tens
• 5 Addition with Regrouping in Ones and Tens
• Chapter 3 Subtraction up to 1,000
• 1 Subtraction without Regrouping
• 2 Subtraction with Regrouping in Tens and Ones
• 3 Subtraction with Regrouping in Hundreds and Tens
• 4 Subtraction with Regrouping in Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
• 5 Subtraction across Zeros
• Chapter 4 Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction
• 1 Using Part-Part-Whole in Addition and Subtraction
• 2 Adding on and Taking Away Sets
• 3 Comparing Two Sets
• 4 Real-World Problems: Two-Step Problems
• Chapter 5 Multiplication and Division
• 1 How to Multiply
• 2 How to Divide
• 3 Real-World Problems: Multiplication and Division
• Chapter 6 Multiplication Tables of 2, 5, and 10
• 1 Multiplying 2: Skip-Counting
• 2 Multiplying 2: Using Dot Paper
• 3 Multiplying 5: Skip-Counting
• 4 Multiplying 5: Using Dot Paper
• 5 Multiplying 10: Skip-Counting and Using Dot Paper
• 6 Odd and Even Numbers
• Chapter 7 Metric Measurement of Length
• 1 Measuring in Meters
• 2 Comparing Lengths in Meters
• 3 Measuring in Centimeters
• 4 Comparing Lengths in Centimeters
• 5 Real-World Problems: Metric Length
• Chapter 8 Mass
• 1 Measuring in Kilograms
• 2 Comparing Masses in Kilograms
• 3 Measuring in Grams
• 4 Comparing Masses in Grams
• 5 Real-World Problems: Mass
• Chapter 9 Volume
• 1 Getting to Know Volume
• 2 Measuring in Liters
• 3 Real-World Problems: Volume

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