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2nd Grade

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Welcome to Second Grade! We always look forward to an exciting year, filled with learning and academic growth. Through an inviting and positive classroom environment, students are motivated to learn and be kind to others. This year, students will experience the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Holy Communion to grow stronger in their faith and closer to God. From learning how to write in cursive to doing double-digit addition problems, students will learn so much throughout the school year. Be sure to check out the “Curriculum” tab to learn more!

What will your child be learning?

Math: We are excited to continue with our math program, GoMath.
Students will work on mastering basic addition and subtraction facts through 20, learn two- and three-digit addition and subtraction with and without regrouping, and focus on place value to compare numbers. We will also work with time, money, graphs, measurement, and geometry. Students will also have Simple Solutions, a math program that reviews various math areas throughout the year.

Religion: Students will have a wonderful opportunity to learn so much of the Catholic faith this year! We will discuss how Jesus is always with us, especially in the seven sacraments. We will do an entire unit dedicated to Reconciliation, and another unit on the celebration of the Eucharist. We will discuss how we can live our faith every day. Prior to the children receiving the sacraments, parent meetings will be held by the Director of Religious Education to provide you with further information. If your child will not receiving these sacraments this year, please let me know ASAP.

Handwriting: This will be practiced each day, whether with a specific worksheet or writing answers, stories, etc. We begin with printing and move to cursive in the winter.

Science: Students will learn how to work like a scientist and use the design process. They will also learn about plants, technology, animals, the environments for living things, Earth’s resources, and weather.

Social Studies: Students will study basic geography skills, where we live, our country’s past, the working world, and about our government. We will also learn about various people and places in history.

Reading: We will be reading stories throughout the year and discussing various story elements, such as setting, plot, conclusion, etc. Students will learn how to identify the main idea and details within a text. We will also learn several reading skills and strategies to build comprehension and fluency in both fiction and nonfiction texts.

Writing: Students will effectively use the writing process to write various pieces throughout the year.

Phonics: We will cover various sounds, from short and long vowel sounds, to consonant blends, to diphthongs and digraphs. Students will also learn contractions, prefixes, and suffixes, just to name a few.

Shurley English/Grammar: Students will learn to use correct punctuation and capitalization, while writing in complete sentences. We will also learn to classify sentences with various parts of speech (i.e. nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions).

Spelling: Most weeks, students will have a list of ten words to learn. The first two words on the list can be spelled phonetically, the next six words follow a spelling pattern, and the last two words are considered “challenge” words. Tests will be on the last day of the week.

SPECIALS Room 111:

  • Monday : Spanish
  • Tuesday: TLC
  • Wednesday: Music & Art
  • Thursday: PE
  • Friday: PE

SPECIALS Room 112:

  • Monday : PE
  • Tuesday: Music & Art
  • Wednesday: PE
  • Thursday: TLC
  • Friday: Spanish

Rule 1 – Listen carefully.

Rule 2 – Follow directions.

Rule 3 – Work quietly. Do not disturb others who are working.

Rule 4 – Respect others. Be kind with your words and actions.

Rule 5 – Respect school and personal property.

Rule 6 – Work and play safely, fairly, and honestly.

Second-2-None: Week of 9/12

This week, we finished talking about what is a disciple and listed ways that we can all be a disciple of Jesus. We distinguished between Apostles and disciples. In addition, we talked about the wonderful story of Pentecost. Next week, we will finish talking about Pentecost and begin to look at the Seven Sacraments.   In...
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Second-2-None: Week of 9/5

We are getting into the swing of things rather well. The class has learned the rules, expectations and most routines. We’ve been working hard on iReady too. What troopers!!  In Religion, we’ve continued to talk about the Blessed Trinity and even completed a beautiful craft, which can help us remember what the Blessed Trinity is....
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Second-2-None: Week of 8/29

We are so looking forward to teaching your children this year.  It’ll be so exciting to work with your child and watch as they grow academically, spiritually and socially. The first few weeks of school are an adjustment. So, we spend quite a bit of time on learning/practicing routines, working together in our workbooks, on...
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