Second Grade

Second Grade
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ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

Danielle Harris, March 31: Students will be able to build, blend, decode, and write words with prefixes re-, un-, over-, pre-, & mis- in order to apply the skill in a connected text. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about “The Bear and the Bee” in order to demonstrate an understanding of key details in the text. Watch here.

Danielle Harris, April 14: Vowel diphthongs ow, ou, & a close read of “The Little Hummingbird.” Watch here.

  • Materials needed: Paper/pencil or whiteboard/marker
  • Text needed: The Little Hummingbird

Gwen Ingram, April 27: Students will be able to count and name syllables in words. Students will be able to build, blend and decode regularly spelled words with common prefixes, re-, un-, over-, pre-, mis-. Watch here.

Shirley McMorris, May 4: Students will learn how to substitute sounds in words to create new words. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: Two sheets of paper and a pencil

Gwen Ingram, May 5: Students will be able to identify words with spelling-sound correspondences for /oo/: oo, ew, ue, ou. Watch here.

Shirley McMorris, May 5: Students will be able to use apostrophes to form contractions for verbs and pronouns. Watch here.

Shirley McMorris, May 5: Students will be able to identify, form and use irregular verbs: say, said / eat, ate / give, gave / took, take. Watch here.

Shirley McMorris, May 6: Students will be able to identify words with the inconsistent but common spelling-sound correspondences for /aw/ au, aw, al, o, a. Students will be able to substitute sounds in words to make new words. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: Two sheets of paper and a pencil

Le Bonheur Story Time with Safety Susan, May 12: Susan Helms, RN reads “Clifford Takes a Walk.” Watch here.

Le Bonheur Story Time with Safety Susan, May 12: Susan Helms, RN reads “Radhika Takes a Ride.” Watch here.

Janel Bond, May 26: Students will learn about the inconsistent spelling for the short oo sound. Watch here.

ENGLISH as a SECOND LANGUAGE

April Perdomo, April 21: Students will read a story called “Welcome Carlos” to build foundational literacy. Watch here.

Eliza Eubanks & Margie Avis, April 28: My Family - Sight Words & Vocabulary. Watch here.

MATH

Tracey Brown, March 30: Students will measure the length of objects using a ruler and determine what is the best tool (ruler or yardstick) to use when measuring objects. They will explore differences in measurements recorded in centimeters and inches. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: Ruler (with centimeter and inch side), tv remote, pair of scissors, notebook paper and a pencil. (Additionally, pencils and crayons of various sizes, and access to various objects found in living quarters- to be used if time permits for additional practice)

Tracey Brown, April 6: Students will be able to estimate lengths of objects using centimeters, inches feet, and / or yards by applying estimation strategies and using mental benchmarks. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: Ruler (with centimeter and inch side), notebook paper and a pencil.

SCIENCE

Dr. Christie Michael and Raisha Montgomery, April 27: Students will learn what is asthma and how it fits into an educational setting. Watch here.

Dr. Jon McCullers, April 30: Students learn about proper handwashing and hand hygiene. Watch here.

Dr. Tonia Gardner, May 4: Students will learn about the proper way to put on face masks. Watch here.

Lanetra Wiley, APN, May 12: Students will get an understanding of the coronavirus through Coronavirus Q&A. Watch here.

ART

DoodleMania with Greg, April 27: Students will be able to draw a boy from the word boy. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 27: Students will learn to draw dinosaurs and how to distinguish foreground and background. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 28: Students will be able to draw a dog from the word dog. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 28: Students will learn fun and easy ways to create cool lettering. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 28: Students will draw hearts and transform those shapes into other objects. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 29: Students will learn how to draw a monster draw and to use those techniques to draw other vehicles. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 29: Students will learn how to make various characters from scribble art. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, April 30: Students will learn two fun ways to draw unicorns. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

DoodleMania with Greg, May 5: Students will learn the techniques to draw puppies and dogs. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper, pencil, and eraser.

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Webb Smith, April 29: Students will learn simple exercises to do at home. Watch here.

Webb Smith, May 11: Students will learn simple exercises to do at home. Part 2. Watch here.

Webb Smith, May 12: Students will learn simple exercises to do at home. Part 2b. Watch here.

Nichole Reed, May 18: Eat Smart with the Le Bonheur Healthy Lifestyle Clinic teaches students about healthy snacking. Watch here.

Nichole Reed, May 18: Eat Smart with the Le Bonheur Healthy Lifestyle Clinic teaches students about the different food groups and their impact on the body. Watch here.

Webb Smith, May 18: Students will learn simple exercises to do at home. Part 3. Watch here.

Webb Smith, May 19: Students will learn simple exercises to do at home. Part 4. Watch here.

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