Our purpose is to help students develop key 21st Century Skills and master popular application software. Rather than present and teach computer concepts in isolation, the Kto8 lessons teach computer skills and apply them to core reading, writing, and math objectives. As a result, students gain meaningful reinforcement of key academic concepts while progressing toward technology literacy.

 

Second Grade Objectives

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The second grade academic objectives are listed below:

  • Describe place value to hundreds
  • Recognize and understand greater than, less than, and equal to (<, >, =) using numbers from 0-999
  • Recognize and understand ordinal positions (1st-20th)
  • Solve basic problems related to fractions - 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10
  • Demonstrate the ability to count by 2ís, 5ís, to 100
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic addition facts - sums to 18
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic subtraction facts
  • Solve addition and subtraction problems using data from simple charts and picture graphs
  • Count, compare, and make change - coins to dollar bills
  • Make basic measurements - inch, foot, yard
  • Demonstrate an understanding of time - hour, half hour, quarter hour (analog and digital)
  • Geometry - cube, rectangular solid, sphere, cylinder, cone
  • Construct, read, and interpret simple picture and bar graph
  • Calendar skills
  • Continue to create and extend patterns
  • Create story problems using numerical sentences
  • Create short stories
  • Share stories with an audience
  • Demonstrate an understanding of consonant blends and common vowel patterns
  • Recognize prefixes, suffixes, contractions, and abbreviations
  • Read and create poetry
  • Locate information to answer questions
  • Paraphrase information in nonfiction material
  • Describe characters in fictional selections
  • Write about what is read
  • Generate ideas for writing
  • Organize writing (beginning, middle, and end)
  • Revise writing (edit for capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and grammar)
  • Write declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences
  • Demonstrate an understanding of capitalization of proper nouns and beginning of sentences
  • Add and subtract two-digit and three-digit numbers (regrouping)