Second GradeMs. Jessie Roberts, Mr. Reginald Glenn, Mrs. Keesha Williams, Ms. Frisia Corrales, Ms. Nichole Surrat, Ms. Keisha Kohns

    MCL: Ms. Iesha Campbell
  • Things to Practice:
    -Practice your basic counting skill within 1,000
    -Skip count by fives and tens and tell what number is one more or one less than any given number
    -Make sure you are fluent in your basic addition and subtraction facts
    -Practice naming coins and their values
    -In your spare time, read!
    -Try to find a new series you may enjoy, such as:
           - Junie B. Jones, Horrible Harry, the Magic Tree House books, or A to Z mysteries
           - Ready nonfiction books about topics that interest you. Just READ!

  •                                                    What Will I Learn?
    Reading & Language Arts:                                                     Mathematics:

    We will identify the structure of a story by                              We will fluently add and subtract to 20. We will add and subtract
    describing the beginning, middle, and end.                            larger numbers (up to 1,000) using base ten blocks, open 
    We will answer who, what, where, why,                                 number lines, or place value strategies. We will solve story
    when, how questions using details from                                problems. We will tell time (5-minute intervals) & count coins/
    the text to support the response. We will                               dollars, solving money problems.
    determine the central message, lesson,
    or moral of a story as well as determine
    the author's purpose for writing the text.

    Science/Social Studies:
    We will explore life cycles, study the weather, learn about matter and investigate the sound. We will learn about citizenship, history, geography, and economics

Last Modified on August 16, 2023