One hour a day is all it takes for a rock-solid foundation!
Grade Two Literacy makes reading natural and easy.
Every week, your child reads a whimsical story following Boris and his barnyard friends in their adventures, and practices reading comprehension, writing, journaling, and more. By using carefully planned sight words, reading becomes natural, easy, and magical.
The Grade Two Literacy Curriculum covers the following core skills:
- Reading: Reading development and comprehension using word families, sight words, phonemic awareness, and comprehension questions.
- Writing: Writing development, spelling, making connections and predictions, personal accounts, parts of speech, and types of sentences using extension questions and journal prompts.
- Media Literacy: Building an awareness of the advertising world and how items are marketed to persuade people to take action.
- And More! Including Reader's Theatre, crosswords and word searches, poetry, procedural writing, descriptive writing, and a culminating final activity of retelling the curriculum's story.
Grade Two Math takes you on a magical storybook adventure.
Written as a storybook, Grade Two Math is engaging, meaningful, and fun. Join Harper, her family, and their animals as they explore all five of the math strands.
The Grade Two Math Curriculum covers the following core skills:
- Algebra: Identify and describe patterns, create and translate patterns including letters, pictures, and numbers.
- Financial Literacy: Add and subtract various combinations of coins and bills.
- Spatial Sense: Compare 2D and 3D shapes by side length, angle, and other attributes. Construct and deconstruct 3D shapes and identify the 2D objects found within them. Make 2D and 3D shapes that have matching halves.
- Data: Sort sets of data about people or things by two attributes and describe the rules used for sorting. Collect data through various methods that focus on two pieces of information and record this information, organizing it into tally tables and Venn Diagrams.
- Numbers: Read and represent whole numbers up to 200 and describe various ways they are used in everyday life. Compose (build) and decompose (break apart) numbers up to 200 using various techniques. Compare and order whole numbers up to 200.
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Skip the struggles and spend your days doing what brings you joy, knowing you have your core math and literacy skills covered in one hour a day.
Grade Two Math & Literacy is for children who:
- can read three letter words (such as 'cat')
- are beginning to recognize some sight words (such as 'the' or 'and')
- understand concretely how to make 10 (such as '1 and 9,' '2 and 8,' etc.)
- can count to 25 or higher
Not quite there yet? Check out the Grade One Literacy & Math Curriculum, which is perfect for children who know their letters and sounds, are beginning to blend three letter words (such as 'cat'), know their numbers up to 10, and understand what the numbers up to 10 represent.