Grade 2
Second grade is a pivotal time in the formation of the children in Christ, particularly with the preparations made prior to reception of the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. The children begin the year with foundation teachings of the Church’s doctrines. The children study and learn about the mystery of the Blessed Trinity, the divinity and humanity of Christ, as well as the implications these mysteries have on their lives.

MATHEMATICS 
Throughout every chapter are problem solving strategies, real world applications and differentiated instruction to reach all learners. Students are able to learn a variety of strategies to help them solve problems. 
 
Students learn:
  • Addition and Subtraction Strategies
  • Place Value to 100 and Money
  • Mental Math: Addition and Subtraction
  • Two Digit Addition and Subtraction
  • Geometry and Fractions
  • Time, Data and Graphs
  • Measurement and Probability
  • Numbers to 1,000
  • Addition and Subtraction of 3 digit numbers
  • Understanding Multiplication and Division

ELA/ GRAMMAR and WRITING

  • What is reviewed and taught in second grade?

    Consonant digraphs, long and short vowels, r-controlled vowels, vowel digraphs, and silent letters

  • Endings, suffixes, prefixes, contractions, compound words
    Decoding and encoding using phonetic and structural patterns

  • Parts of speech, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, similes, context clues
    Comprehension and fluency skills for reading literary and informational texts

  • Writing mechanics, writing process, and types of writing (narrative, opinion, informative/explanatory )


 

What is reviewed and taught in second grade  
  • Consonant digraphs, long and short vowels, r-controlled vowels, vowel digraphs, and silent letters
  • Endings, suffixes, prefixes, contractions, compound words
  • Decoding and encoding using phonetic and structural patterns
  • Parts of speech, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, similes, context clues
  • Comprehension and fluency skills for reading literary and informational texts
  • Writing mechanics, writing process, and types of writing (narrative, opinion, informative/explanatory )