|Faculty & Staff|
Mrs. Gracia - 2B
Welcome to the 2nd grade eboard page!
March Happenings in Second Grade
• 3/2 – Read Across America Day/Dr. Seuss Day–crazy/mismatched sock day K-2
• 3/3 – early dismissal
• 3/5 – end of trimester 2
• 3/12 – Report cards
• 3/17 – St. Patrick’s Day – dress in green
• 3/26 – Holy Communion doves are due today
In Reading we will:
Learn different ways people can make a difference.
Explore different genres including fiction, realistic fiction, biography, and expository text.
Read stories to learn what good citizens do, how people get along, what heroes do, and how we can protect our earth
Continue learning how to summarize and make and confirm predictions while reading.
Explore recognizing point of view while reading a particular text.
Continue learning about the sequence of events in a story.
Review cause and effect and problem and solution scenarios while reading.
Learn various grammar skills including:
• Possessive pronouns
• Pronoun-verb agreement
Learn various spelling and phonics skills including:
• Diphthongs ou, ow, oy, and oi
• Variant Vowels oo, u, u_e, ew, ue, ou
• Variant Vowels a, aw, au, augh, al, ough
Explore synonyms, homophones, suffixes, and idioms.
In Religion we will:
Learn about the beginning of the Mass including:
• Entrance Chant
• Penitential Act
• Glory to God
• Opening Prayer
Learn the importance of listening to God’s Word at Mass.
Learn and practice the responses to the Reading and Gospel.
Explore the order of the Mass.
Learn that the Creed is a statement of beliefs that all Catholics hold.
The Prayer of the Faithful is a prayer for the Church and world intentions.
Explain that the bread and wine are signs of our lives and of all God’s gifts.
Discuss the symbols of bread and wine during the Mass.
Discuss the vestments and articles the priest uses during the Mass.
Describe the Mass as Jesus’ perfect sacrifice to the Father.
Learn about the Eucharistic Prayer, Consecration, and Transfiguration.
Practice for First Holy Communion.
In Math we will:
Continue mastering three digit addition and subtraction
Improve our math facts knowledge
Use logical reasoning
Fractions – 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/11, 1/12
Fractions equaling 1
Parts of a set
Probability – certain, possible, impossible
In Science we will:
How we learn about the past
Fossils – what they can tell us
Properties of matter
States of matter
Solids, liquids, gases
How we can change matter
How cooling and heating change matter
In Social Studies we will learn about:
Reading a calendar
Landmarks in the US and around the world
Reading a diagram