 • 2
II Standards
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• Measurement
• 2.MT.1.1
Length
â€¢ Measures lengths & distances along short & long paths using uniform (non-standard) units, extends to longer lengths.
• 2.MT.1.2
Weight
â€¢ Compares two or more objects by their weight.
â€¢ Appreciates the need for a simple balance.
â€¢ Compares weights of given objects using simple balance.
• 2.MT.1.3
Capacity (Volume)
â€¢ Compares and orders containers in terms of internal volume (capacity).
â€¢ Orders given containers as per their capacities on the basis of perception & verifies by pouring out etc.
• 2.MT.1.4
Time
â€¢ Gets familiar with the days of the week and months of the year.
â€¢ Gets a feel for sequence of seasons (varying locally).
â€¢ Sequences the events occurring over longer periods in terms of dates/days.
• Geometry
• 2.G.1.1
Shapes & Spatial Understanding 3-D and 2-D Shapes
â€¢ Observes objects in the environment and gets a qualitative feel for their geometrical attributes.
â€¢ Identifies the basic 3-D shapes such as cuboid, cylinder, cone, sphere by their names.
â€¢ Traces the 2-D outlines of 3-D objects.
â€¢ Observes and identifies these 2-D shapes.
â€¢ Identifies 2-D shapes viz., rectangle, square, triangle, circle by their names.
â€¢ Describes intuitively the properties of these 2-D shapes.
â€¢ Identifies and makes straight lines by folding, straight edged objects, stretched strings and draws free hand and with a ruler.
â€¢ Draws horizontal, vertical and slant lines (free hand).
â€¢ Distinguishes between straight and curved lines.
â€¢ Identifies objects by observing their shadows.
• Data Handling
• 2.DH.1.1a
Identifies currency - notes and coins.
• 2.DH.1.1a
Collects data through measurement.
• 2.DH.1.1b
Puts together amounts of money not exceeding Rs 50/-.
• 2.DH.1.1b
Represents the data followed by discussion (e.g. heights of children).
• 2.DH.1.1c
Collects and presents the data on birthdays.
• 2.DH.1.1c
Adds and subtracts small amounts of money mentally.
• 2.DH.1.1d
Transacts an amount using 3-4 notes.
• 2.DH.1.1d
Draws inferences from the data at the appropriate level.
• Numbers
• 2.N.1.1a
Reads and writes numerals for numbers up to ninety-nine.
• 2.N.1.1b
Expands a number with respect to place values.
• 2.N.1.1c
Counts and regroups objects into tens and ones.
• 2.N.1.1d
Uses the concept of place value in the comparison of numbers.
• 2.N.1.1e
Counts in various ways:
â€¢ Starting from any number.
â€¢ Group counting etc.
• 2.N.1.1f
Arranges numbers upto hundred in ascending and descending order.
• 2.N.1.1g
Forms the greatest and the smallest two digit numbers with and without repetition of given digits.
• 2.N.1.1h
Indicates and identifies the position of an object in a line.
• 2.N.1.2
â€¢ Adds and subtracts two digit numbers by drawing representations of tens and ones without and with regrouping.
â€¢ Adds zero to a number and subtracts zero from a number.
â€¢ Observes the commutative property of addition through patterns.
â€¢ Solves addition, subtraction problems presented through pictures and verbal description.
â€¢ Describes orally the situations that correspond to the given addition and subtraction facts.
â€¢ Estimates the result of addition and subtraction and compares the result with another given number.
• 2.N.1.3
Preparation for Multiplication and Division
â€¢ Discussion of situations involving repeated addition and situations involving equal sharing.
â€¢ Activities of making equal groups.
• 2.N.1.4
Mental Arithmetic
â€¢ Adds and subtracts single digit numbers mentally.
â€¢ Adds and subtracts multiples of ten mentally.
• 2.N.9
Numbers
• Patterns