English Language Arts & Literacy
In English language arts and literacy, students will continue to build important reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. They will think, talk, and write about what they read in variety of texts, such as stories, books, articles, and other sources of information including the Internet. In their writing, students will learn how to develop a topic and strengthen their skills by editing and revising.
In mathematics, students will extend their understanding of place value to the hundreds place. They will use this place value understanding to solve word problems, including those involving length and other units of measure. Students will continue to work on their addition and subtraction skills, quickly and accurately adding and subtracting numbers up through 20 and also working with numbers up through 100. They will also build a foundation for understanding fractions by working with shapes and geometry.
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Two, English Language Arts – English
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Two, English Language Arts – Spanish
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Two, Mathematics – English
- Parent Roadmap – Supporting Your Child in Grade Two, Mathematics – Spanish
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