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2nd Grade


April 20-April 24  Click on the Grade Level to view/print the packets

  • Reading Skill-Main idea

  • Math Skill

    Second - Different ways to show addition


April 14-17

 Click here to view/print the Distance Learning Packet for 2nd Grade


Princeton City Schools website for updates and information

Please see your child's Class Dojo or Google Classroom pages for more assignment information


Additional Work to be Completed April 6-17:

 Distance and Virtual Learning:

 SFA Teacher Book Assignments (click links for assignments):

 Grade 2:

  • A 2 cycle SFA book(s) with team talk questions, vocabulary, word power and writing
    • Each day, complete the reading, questions, vocabulary and word power for a day in a cycle
    • On the sixth day, complete the writing assignment
    • No cycle assessment will be required
  • Read and Response homework
    • Read a book of your choice and complete a read and response entry
    • Students should complete a read and response for each day not attending school
  • Book Project choice board and books
    • Each child has been given a book to read for a book project
    • If your child did not receive a book, there will be books available in the Stewart school office
    • The student should read the entire book
    • Choose a book project from the book project choice board to complete
  • Ready Math workbook pages
    • Each student received a math packet of pages pulled from the Math Workbook. Please complete the given workbook pages over the break. 
    • Students should continue to practice math facts (can ask teacher for the XtraMath login)
    • Students can complete practice addition and subtraction with regrouping up to 3 digits
  • Shared Clever Login information for online access to iReady, Study Island, Reading Eggs, Discovery Education, Freckle, Read Theory, Abcya, Math Splash and Prodigy
  • iReady MyPath for math and reading (access through Clever)
    • They can check their progress on the To-Do button.
    • Ideally, students will spend 45 minutes per week on iReady Path. 
    • Beyond 45 minutes, students can play learning games. 
  • BrainPop & BrainPop Jr Science & Social Studies Videos (links on ClassDojo)
    • Students can watch videos about their assigned Biography research person and take notes to add to their graphic organizer
    • Students can preview videos on economics and/or endangered animals
    • Students can watch videos on force and motion, weather
  • Shared Mystery Science links for at home activities
    • Students can choose from any of the 2nd Grade level activities to complete at home.

Primary Level Intervention for students on an IEP or that receive Tier 3 Interventions from a Special Education Teacher:

  • Reading
    • 10 copies of the Reading Mastery K Decodable Readers per student
    • 1 minute letter sound practice with scripted instructions for parents and a recording sheet
    • 1 minute sight word practice with scripted instructions for parents and a recording sheet
    • Sight word worksheets and stories (one unit per child at their instructional level)
    • i-Ready Reading log where students can record their scores on individually leveled assignments completed at home
  • Writing
    • Capital Letter Handwriting Without Tears practice pages
    • Lowercase Letter Handwriting Without Tears practice pages
    • March daily writing calendar along with paper for students to writing on (modified paper for handwriting without tears) 
  • Math
    • Touchmath Subtraction Workbooks with at least 30 pages (at their individual level either kindergarten or first grade) 
    • i-Ready Math log where students can record their scores on individually leveled assignments completed at home
    • K/1 and 2 Go Math Intensive Intervention Skills Practice Book with 50 pages and 50 different skills aligned to common core standards (alike and different/ count pennies/ join groups, etc.)
  • See Response to Intervention Tier 3 Go Math workbook for complete list of skills covered for grades K/1 and 2.

**We sent a letter explaining the work, the reason for the work and included our email addresses so that parents could contact us with questions. Absent students work was left in the office and phone calls or DOJO messages sent home requesting that parents come pick up materials.