English Language Arts:
Grade 2 students add more sight words and increase fluency by studying additional vowel sounds, blends, and suffixes. Learners use their skills when interviewing a community leader and then writing a biography about him or her.
Second graders identify and perform guided investigations about the properties of matter to create a matter scavenger hunt and use engineering principles to design a solution to prevent or slow natural erosive processes that changes the shape of the land.
Students study Native Americans and how the United States transitioned to a land of immigrants. Students will also learn
about the U.S. government, economics and trade concepts. Learning is made fun by creating a travel guide of favorite places and making a plan to earn and save money.
Second graders study 3-digit numbers, addition and subtraction to 1000, mental Math, data collection, money,
time, and shapes. Engaging projects include conducting a plant growth experiment and organizing a fundraising event.
Physical Education focuses on how to become more fit and healthy. Children learn about warm-up and cool down, water
safety, goal setting, nutrition, muscle strength, and flexibility, and are required to participate in regular physical activity.
Art & Picture Study:
This course explores drawing techniques, perspective, and color theory and includes the discussion and analysis of famous works of art.
Course content subject to change.