2nd Grade Math Curriculum

2nd Grade Math Programs

Complete 2nd grade homeschool math curriculum. Choose the math program that's the best fit for your family! Each option below has everything that you need for an entire school year of 2nd grade math instruction.

2nd Grade Math Materials, Supplements & Manipulatives

Not looking for a complete math program? Supplement your child's education with 2nd grade math worksheets, 2nd grade math games, individual workbooks, and more extras to strengthen your child's skills.

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Horizons Math 2 Program

Horizons math grade 2 students use different number sets to: count to 100; count by 1's from 100-999; learn multiplication facts 1-10; find temperature in Fahrenheit; use coins and dollar bills in money calculations; and recognize and find area, perimeter and volume.

Not sure which program is right for your student? Try the Horizon's practice exams.

OR Miquon Math 2

The 2nd grade math curriculum will help children learn to view the world mathematically. This program emphasizes mathematical patterns and relationships rather than pre-set formulas and methods. It uses Cuisenaire® Rods* and a unique graphic layout to help children discover mathematical patterns and relationships with just a bit of guidance from their teachers as necessary.

OR Singapore 2 Program

The main feature of this series is the use of the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. The students are provided with the necessary learning experiences beginning with the concrete and pictorial stages, followed by the abstract stage to enable them to learn mathematics meaningfully. This approach encourages active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas and problem solving. This helps develop the foundation students will need for more advanced mathematics.

Not sure which program is right for your student? Try Singapore's practice exams.

OR Saxon 2 Program

All new concepts are developed through hands-on activities and rich mathematical conversations that actively engage students in the learning process. Concepts are developed, reviewed, and practiced over time.

Not sure which program is right for your student? Try Saxon's practice exams.