2nd Grade Curriculum

  • Quarter 1

    Quarter 2

    Quarter 3

    Quarter 4

     

ELA

  • Vocabulary, Fluency, and using Graphic Organizers will be ongoing throughout the year.

    • Ask and answer questions about literary text details

    • Character analysis

    • Genres of literary text (mystery)

    • Sequencing

    • Predicting

    • Using context clues

    • Singular/plural nouns

    • Common/Proper Nouns

    • Past/Present tense verbs

    • Narrative writing

    • Ask and answer questions about informational/literary text details

    • Text features

    • Author’s purpose

    • Main idea and details

    • Rereading

    • Sequencing

    • Predicting

    • Complete/incomplete sentences

    • Subject/Verb agreement

    • Sentence Types/End punctuation

    • Informational Writing

    • Ask and answer questions about informational/literary text details

    • Character analysis

    • Main idea and details

    • Cause and effect

    • Drawing conclusions

    • Context Clues

    • Sequencing

    • Predicting

    • Simple/compound sentences

    • Adjectives

    • Compound words

    • Prefixes/Suffixes

    • Narrative/informational writing

    • Ask and answer questions about informational/literary text details

    • Character analysis

    • Genres of literary text (realistic fiction)

    • Cause and effect

    • Drawing conclusions

    • Text Features

    • Author’s Purpose

    • Sequencing

    • Adverbs

    • Research Skills

    • Narrative/Informational Writing

Phonics

  • Lessons 1 – 35

    long and short vowels, vc words,

    blends, k and c, vccv, ck, th, sh, ch, er, ir, ur, qu, ar, or, wh, contractions, suffixes (ed, ing, less, s)

    Lessons 36 – 70

    oo, ee, ck and k, ble, dle, fle, gle, ple, tle, compound words, ke, ve, vowel y, long e, ng, ph, ea, gn, kn, wr, ou, ow, suffixes (er, est, y), ai, ay, soft c, oi, oy, suffixes (ly, let)

    Lessons 71-105

    igh, tch, suffixes (en, ish, ist), soft g, dge, ch, tch, suffixes (full, ness), tion, oe, oa, au, aw, al, wa, qua, final c, scribal o, sion, ew,

     

    Lessons 106 – 140

    ey, syllable division, ph, soft g

    doubling rule, ghost letter, dropping rule

    tch, ch,dge, ge, ie, wh, ei, ew, prefixes, suffixes, consonant digraphs, vowel digraphs, combinations, diphthongs, final-stable syllables, trigraphs

     

Science and Social Studies

  • Scientific process

    Life Cycles: Bats

    Rules and Laws

     

    Mary Musgrove

    Tomochichi

    James Oglethorpe

    Creek and Cherokee Indians

    Economics

    Martin Luther King, Jr.,

    Life Cycles: Polar Bears

    Economics

    Life Cycles of Animals

    President and governor

    Capital buildings

    Matter

    Plants/life cycle of a tree

Math

  • Problem Solving, Number Talks, and Graphing will be ongoing throughout the year.

    • Understanding addition/subtraction

    • Addition strategies

    • Subtraction strategies

    • Problem solving

    • Addition/subtraction fluency

    • Place value (ones and tens)

    • Number sense (counting to 1,000)

    • Problem solving

    • Addition/subtraction fluency

     

     

    • 2-Digit addition and subtraction

    • Place value (ones, tens, hundreds)

    • Number sense (counting to 1,000)

    • Problem solving

    • Addition/subtraction fluency

     

    • 3-Digit addition/subtraction

    • Geometry

    • Measurement-length

    • Time

    • Data analysis

    • Number sense (counting to 1,000)

    • Problem solving

    • Addition/subtraction fluency