Second Grade Syllabus
Mrs. Stacy Hardwick
Mrs. Stephanie Meenach
Mrs. Stephanie Lyons
Miss Emily Sergent
In Reading/Language Arts We Will:
- Compare and Contrast different versions of the same story.
- Work with the story elements of the passages we read, these include: setting, characters, problem, and solution.
- Tell the message or moral in the fables we read.
- Learn about the different types of nouns including: common, proper, singular, plural, and collective.
- Learn about verbs.
- Answer wh questions about the stories we read.
- Identify compound words.
- Decode regularly spelled words.
- Write a personal narrative.
- Learn about the steps in the writing process.
In Science We Will:
- Tell the 4 things plants need to survive including air, water, nutrients, and light.
- Understand that things in the environment are classified as living, nonliving, and once-living.
- Describe the studentures of plants and animals that contribute to growth, reproduction, and survival.
- Describe a variety of plant and animal life cycles.
In Social Studies We Will:
- Identify the basic functions
of local government and
the services they provide.
- Tell why we have rules and laws.
- Define basic democratic ideas
and explain why they are
important to the community.
- Tell ways to be a good citizen.
- Identify community helpers.
- Tell different ways to solve problems
at home and at school.
- Explore a variety of geographic tools.
- Tell why some songs, symbols,
and patriotic holidays, i.e.
Grandparents’ Day, 4th of July, etc.
have historical significance.
In Math We Will:
- Solve addition and subtraction
problems up to twenty.
- Solve a variety of addition and
subtraction word problems.
- Add up to three digits.
- Learn mental strategies for adding and subtracting.
- Count groups of objects up to 20
- Develop problem solving skills.
- Work with properties of place value.
- Find patterns on a hundred chart.
- Work with concepts of even and odd.
- Use symbols of greater than/less than
to compare numbers
The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum
is a character education and
anti-bullying program that uses
a shelter-dog theme to teach
students proactive ways to manage
their emotions and actions. The
goal is to help students become calm,
caring, and confident individuals.
In the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum
dogs to help us see how
actions have consequences
qualities that make
us special and unique
to be a friend