# 2nd Grade Math | Unit 6

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In this unit, students transition from place value and numbers to geometry, time, and money. They continue to look at attributes of a variety of shapes and see that shapes can be identified by the number of sides and vertices (corners). Students then study three-dimensional (solid) shapes, and identify the two-dimensional (flat) shapes that make up the faces of these solid shapes. Next, students look at ways to partition shapes and create equal shares. They extend their knowledge of halves and fourths (or quarters) from grade 1 to now include thirds. As they develop the language of fractions, students also recognize that a whole can be described as 2 halves, 3 thirds, or 4 fourths, and that equal-size pieces of the same whole need not have the same shape. Later, students use their understanding of halves and fourths (or quarters) to tell time. To continue to build fluency with addition and subtraction within 100, students conclude the unit with a money context.

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Size: 501 pages