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Grade 2

Subject

Month: September

Students Students will: Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 100s, 1,000s. Use tally marks and numerical expressions to find equivalent numbers. Calculate and compare values of coins and bill combinations. Show and tell time. Find rules for patterns and solve problems. Students will: sort animals by characteristics Identify/compare and contrast vertebrates and invertebrates Observe the life cycle of a monarch Playground, cafeteria, hallway, classroom safety The Mixed Up Chameleon Chameleons Get up and Go Henry and Mudge Under the Yellow Moon Phonograms: -id, -ide " -ame, -ake " -ed Sentences Statements and questions Commands and exclamations Students will: create classroom rules. They will identify and compare characteristics of different communities. Materials/Events Everyday Mathematics: The University of Chicago School Mathematic Project McGraw Hill

Math Unit I: Numbers and Routines

Science/

Teachers/Content Number patterns, sequences, number grids and number lines, months, weeks, days and telling time. Addition facts Equivalent names for numbers Compare numbers using symbols <, >, and = Classification of living things Invertebrates/Vertebrates Life cycle/ Monarch butterfly

Cornell Lending library Cornell LEAP: unit I Monarch Butterfly

Health Reading #1 #2 #3 #1 #2 #3 Writing

Social Studies

Nutrition Self-responsibility Fantasy- use decoding/phonics-main idea Non-fiction- reading for information/facts Informational book-Authors purpose Realistic Fiction ­ narrative elements Short vowel /a/a " " /i/i `' `' /e/e Developing ideas and topics/grammar Adding details Paragraphs Community: class and school rules Compare and contrast urban, suburban and rural communities Events, people, traditions, practices and ideas make up a community

Video: Share the world Say No to Danger Harcourt Trophies: Reading/Language Arts Program

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" Journal entries DVD: Communities Community walk

Grade 2

Subject

Month: October

Materials/events Calculate and compare coins and bills, use graphs to answer questions and draw conclusions. Extend numeric patterns, describe and apply commutative property of addition. Book: Animals In Winter Cornell LEAP: units II. and III. Visit the Cornell Apple Orchard Make Apple Sauce Fire department visit Video: Spinal injury prev. Harcourt

Math Unit II: Facts

Teachers/Content Addition and subtraction number stories Alternative + and ­ strategies Math facts: + and ­ to and including 10

Science/

Adaptations of plants and animals through winter: hibernation, migration Mammals Harvest

Students Students will: Read, write and model numbers with manipulatives. Use tally marks and numerical expressions to give equivalent names. Demonstrate +/- with 0 and 1, doubles, sums-equals-ten, 1 ­ 10 + and ­ facts. Students will: identify behavioral and physical adaptations that help plants and animals survive. Students will identify mammals by their characteristics Fire safety Halloween Safety Spinal injury prevention Days with Frog and Toad Wilson Sat Alone The Enormous Turnip Phonics: -ed (y to i) Phonograms: -at, -ate Phonograms: -ack, -ock Naming parts of sentences Telling parts of sentences

Health

S.S.: Empathy training (lessons 8-10)

Reading #4 #5 #6 #4 #5 #6 Writing

Social Studies

Story-compare and contrast Realistic Fiction-Narrative elements Sequence ­ folktale/social studies Short Vowel /o/o " " /u/u Digraphs /th/th, /sh/sh Friendly letter Journal entry, interview, thank-you note, lists, picture books Writing dialogue (voice)story excerpt Communities change over time Roles and responsibilities change over time Local History:

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" Spooky Stories Halloween party Nouns Journal entries Students will: compare and contrast our rural Historical society visit, fire community of today with the past. Look at the safety, roles that different community members have today and compare them to the past.

Grade 2

Subject

Month: November

Students Students will: count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s. Read and write whole numbers and identify place value. Know and apply addition facts 1-10. Demonstrate, describe, and apply change, comparison. Parts and total situations. Read temperature to the nearest degree on the Fahrenheit and Celsius scale. Students will: label the parts on a diagram of a fish and lobster and explain form and function. Stranger Safety Personal privacy Helping Out Mr. Putter and Tabby Fly the Plane Hedgehog Bakes a Cake Phonics: R controlled vowels /ur/ ear Common abbreviations r-controlled vowels: /or/ our Plural Nouns Plural nouns Names of people Students will: develop their own rules for governing the classroom. Discuss and compare the need for rules in our classroom and community. Carry out classroom elections based on issues. Materials/Events Students will: Read and write whole numbers using base-ten value notation. Recognize odd and even numbers. Explain strategies and solve 2 digit + and ­ problems. Use ballpark estimates. Read temperature. Find rules and patterns for solving problems. Models/diagrams

Math Unit III and IV

Teachers/Content III. Place value in 2 and 3 digit numbers Coin value and exchanges Telling time, writing time (digital) Counting, data gathering and analysis IV. Solving number stories Read and show temperature + strategies for 2 and 3 digit numbers Fish Invertebrates (lobster, mollusks) Cranberries S.S.: Empathy (lessons 11&12) Photo essay/social studies-main idea Realistic Fiction- Predict Outcomes Story-synonyms Digraph /ch/ch, tch Long Vowels /a/ a-e, /i/ i-e " " /o/ o-e, /(y)oo/ u-e Using colorful words, personal narrative Describing paragraphs Story/proper nouns Rules and laws are developed to govern and protect community members

Science/

Health Reading #7 #8 #9 #7 #8 #9 Writing

Book: Stranger Danger My Body Book Harcourt

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Social Studies

" Thankful Piece Journal entries Veterans day, election day, Thanksgiving

Grade 2

Subject

Month: December

Students Students will: count by 1s, etc. order and compare whole numbers. Know and apply addition facts. Show and tell time. Draw line segments and identifying parallel line segments. Students will: label the water cycle. They will understand and describe the workings of the water cycle. They will observe and have a basic understanding of weather. Students will be able to describe the mechanics of seasons. Materials/Events Identify, describe and model plane and solid figures. Create and complete simple 2-dimensional symmetric shapes and designs. Model Water cycle Weather station/chart EPO: Cornell Educational Public Outreach (seasons)

Math Unit V: 3-D and 2-D shapes Science/

Teachers/Content Concepts of point and line segment Identify, name and classify polygons Similarities and differences between 3-D shapes Symmetry Water cycle Weather Seasonal changes

Health Reading #10 #11 #12 #10 #11 #12 Writing

Social Studies

S.S.: Impulse control (lessons 9&10) Realistic Fiction/Math/ Compare & Contrast Play/social studies/details Informational book-Rereading diagrams Long Vowels /a/ ai, ay " " /e/ e, ee, ea " " /i/ igh Time order words, invitation, advertisement, good ending, recipe Giving facts and reasons, paragraphs Staying focused/paragraph Communities provide services to meet wants and need of people Unlimited needs and limited resources require people to make choices People in communities are producers and consumers of goods. Celebrations of different holidays

Lemonade for Sale Johnny Appleseed From Seed to Plant Phonograms: -ar, -arm, ark r-controlled vowels: /ir/ ear, eer Consonant Blends: spr, str, thr Animals and places Names of days Names of Months Student will: distinguish the difference between want and need. Identify limited resources and predict outcomes in terms of needs. Identify and describe the producers and consumers in our community.

Harcourt

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" Holiday Writing Journal entries Festivals of light: Ramadan, Christmas, Hanukkah, Las Posadas,

Grade 2

Subject

Month: January

Students Students will: Use manipulatives, mental arithmetic, paper and pencil algorithms and calculators to solve 2-digit + and ­ problems. Make reasonable estimates. Use arrays to model multiplication. Materials/Events Identify and describe parts-andtotal and comparison situations. Tell and show measurements. Continue with numeric patterns and complete, "What's my Rule?" table. Use <, >, and = signs. Cornell: Reptile visit Dennis DeCloux: African tortoise

Math Unit VI: Whole number operations and number stories Science/

Teachers/Content Introduce and practice array models Review strategies for solving + and ­ problems Develop procedures for multiplication and division problems

Vertebrates: reptiles Introduction: investigating Matter Mixtures, matter, solutions (physical changes) Mass

Students will: identify reptiles by characteristics. Compare and contrast reptiles with other animal groups. Make mixtures and solutions and will describe the difference between the two. Use SI units to measure solids and liquids. Students will measure and compare masses. Germs/contagious disease Sally Sumner: Prevention Program The Secret Life of Trees Watermelon Day Pumpkin Fiesta Consonant/vowel diagraphs: /oo/ oo Consonant diagraphs: /n/ gn, kn; /r/ wr Phonic inflections: -s, -es, -ies (y to i) Names of Holidays Abbreviations Showing ownership Students will: identify conflicts in the classroom community and brainstorm solutions as well as develop responsibility and take part in decision making.

Health

S.S.: Impulse control(lessons 11&12)

Reading #13 #14 #15 #13 #14 #15 Writing

Social Studies

Informational book/Fact or Fiction Realistic Fiction/Make inferences Fiction/predict outcomes Long Vowels /o/ ow, oa R-controlled vowels /ur/er, ir, ur " " " /ar/ ar, /or/ or, ore Research Report Explanation Opinion People in communities may have conflicts over rules, rights and responsibilities. Citizens can participate in decision-making, problem-solving and conflict resolution

Books: Germs DVD: Keeping clean Stress, Caffeine, Tobacco, Alcohol Harcourt Martin Luther King "

" Qualities of a Leader Journal entries Martin Luther King Jr

Grade 2

Subject

Month: February

Students Use manipulatives, number grids, tally marks, mental arithmetic, paper and pencils, and calculators to solve two-digit + and ­ problems. Use repeated addition, arrays, and skip counting to model multiplication. Collect and organize data. Find median and mode. Identify solid figures. Continue numerical patterns. Find and use rules to functions. Write number models to represent number stories. Materials/Events Use materials and drawings to represent and explain fractions as equal parts of a region or collection. Use manipulatives and drawings to model equivalent names for ½. Use area models to compare fractions. Use equal groupings to model division. Use the language of probability to describe events. Create and complete 2-D symmetric shapes or designs. Graduated cylinders Gram weights Scales/balances

Math Unit VII Patterns and rules &VIII Fractions

Teachers/Content Skip-counting patterns, mental arithmetic skills for adding, frequency tables, line plots, bar graphs Review fraction concepts, whole and part fractions, equivalent fractions, number stories with fractions

Science/

Investigating Matter · Solids, liquids, gasses

Students will: understand and describe the three states of matter. The will measure, in SI units, solids, liquids and gases. They will be able to describe the processes that cause the changes in states of matter. AIDS The Day Jimmy's Boa ate the Wash How I Spent my Summer Vacation Dear Mr. Blueberry Vowel Diphthongs: /ou/ ou, ow Diphthongs: /oi/ oi, oy Vowel Digraphs: /oo/ oo, ue Pronouns Describing words " " Students will: describe what a symbol is and its importance or effect on our community and country.

Health Reading #16 #17 #18 #16 #17 #18 Writing

S.S.: Impulse Control (lessons 13&14) Fantasy/cause and effect Fantasy/cause and effect Informational story/Make Inferences Suffixes: ful, less Compound words Writing a good beginning/personal story Writing for different audiences, purposes/letters Letters of invitation American symbols: Flag Symbols of citizenship

Books: Does AIDS Hurt? Harcourt

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Social Studies

" Valentine riddles Valentine Party Journal entries Presidents, Valentines, Groundhog day

Grade 2

Subject

Month: March

Materials/Events Make estimates. Find the median. Measure object to the nearest inch and centimeter. Count unit squares to find the area of rectangles. Draw line segments and identify parallel line segments. Cornell Lending library Gram weights Scales/balances

Math Unit IX measurement

Teachers/Content Students Review measuring with yards and meters, Students will: Use manipulatives to model measure longer distances, develop concepts of equivalent fractions. Use strategies for perimeter and area, and know units of weight solving problems involving + and ­ of 2 digit numbers.

Science/

Investigating Matter · Mass, units of measure

Students will: measure the mass of the same amount of different solids and same amounts of different liquids to compare mass. Peer pressure Cool Ali The Emperor's Egg The Pine Park Mystery Phonics: inflections -es, (f to v) " : suffixes -ing, -ly Prefixes: re, pre Words that tell how many Words that compare Verbs that tell about now

Health Reading #19 #20 #21 #19 #20 #21 Writing

Social Studies

S.S.: Anger Management (Lessons 8&9) Realistic Fiction/Antonyms Informational Book/Fact or Fiction Play/Narrative Elements Review " " Personal story Summary, Fantasy Telling what something is like/descriptive paragraph Locate rural, urban and suburban communities on a map Communities are influenced by geographic and environmental factors Lifestyles are influenced by geographic and environmental factors.

Harcourt

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" Leprechaun writing Journal entries

Students will: read maps using compass rose St. Patrick's Day and map keys. They will develop maps Women's history using map tools. They will compare the effects of geographic and environmental factors on people in different areas.

Grade 2

Subject

Month: April

Materials/Events Use equal sharing and grouping to model division. Read temp. scale. Create and complete 2-d shapes. Use words and symbols to describe and write rules for functions involving + and ­ and use those rules to solve problems. Earth Day Tompkins County: recycling presentation

Math Unit X Decimals and place value

Teachers/Content Review notation and equivalencies for money, compare prices, estimate costs, and make change. Develop and extend placevalue concepts

Students Count by 1s past 1000. Identify the value of digits up to 10,000. Read and write money amounts in dollars and cents notation. Calculate and compare values of coin and bill combinations. Make reasonable estimates and explain process. Students will: compare and contrast amphibians to other groups, and identify characteristics. Describe the causes of deforestation and human impact on the rain forest. Take part in activities that help them connect what people do and how it affects the earth and them. Good-bye Curtis Max Found Two Sticks Anthony Reynoso: Born to Rope Contractions: `ll, n't, `s Vowel Digraphs: /oo/ ew, ui Consonant Digraph: /f/ gh, ph Agreement Past tense verbs Am, is, are, was, were Students will: carry out an activity in which they identify needs, are given limited resources and attempt to meet those needs.

Science/

Vertebrates: Amphibians The environment: Reuse, reduce, recycle, rebuy Rainforest

Health Reading #22 #23 #24 #22 #23 #24 Writing

Social Studies

S.S. Anger management (lessons 10 & 11) Realistic Fiction/Compare and contrast Realistic Fiction/Multiple meaning words Personal Narrative/Summarize/re-state Review Prefixes: mis, under Review Using rhythm and rhyme/poems Poem Description/personal story Choices are made in communities because of scarcity of resources

Harcourt

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" Earth day Journal entries Earth Day

Grade 2

Subject

Month: May

Materials/Events Make reasonable estimates for + and ­ problems. Use repeated addition, arrays and skip counting to model multiplication. Use equal sharing and grouping to model division. Zoo Trip

Math Unit XI Wholenumber operations Science/

Teachers/Content Review addition and subtraction with money, trade-first subtraction, multiplication and division number stories. Practice multiplication and division facts using product table and fact families. Vertebrates: Birds Matter: Air

Students Students will: Use area models to compare fractions. Calculate and compare values of coin and bill combinations. Add and subtract dollars and cents. Solve problems involving + and ­ of 2 digit numbers.

Students will: identify characteristics of birds. They will compare and contrast to other animal groups. Carry out activities that Air powered paper cars and planes measure the mass of air and compare the Cornell lending library (AIR) mass of cold and warm air. Anti-Bullying Chinatown Abuela Beginners World Atlas Suffixes: -er, est r-controlled vowels: /ar/ air, are Vowel Variants: /oo/ oo, ou Has, have, had See, give, saw, gave Come, run, came, ran Students will: identify how taxes are used in our community. Make the connection between the services they enjoy, who provides them and who pays for services

Health Reading #25 #26 #27 #25 #26 #27 Writing

S.S. Review Realistic Fiction/Details Fantasy/Make inferences Atlas: Social studies/locate information Review: V/CV

Harcourt

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Social Studies

Response to literature Using exact words/sentences Organizing ideas/sequential list Taxes are collected by local and other governments to provide services for the public The public helps decide how taxes are spent.

" Writing Prompts Journal entries Memorial Day

Grade 2

Subject

Month: June

Materials/Events Use graphs to answer simple questions and draw conclusions. Find max., min., mode, and median of a set of data. Describe the relationship between days in a week and hours in a day. Visit to the school pond

Math Unit XII Year end reviews and extensions

Teachers/Content Time equivalencies, calendar facts, read time and show clock faces. Event timeline. Multiplication strategies. Multiplication and division relationship. Read, draw and interpret bar graphs. Identify range, median and mode.

Science

Pond Study Animal Research Review S.S. review Informational Book/Authors purpose Story/homophones Biography/Predict Outcomes VV and VCV How-to paragraph Direction Persuasive etc... Communities develop rules and laws to govern and protect its members Elected and appointed leaders make, enforce and interpret rules and laws

Students Students will: Use manipulatives and drawings to model equivalent names for ½. Compare and order whole numbers up to 10,000. Calculate and compare values of coin and bill combinations. Use repeated addition, arrays, skip counting to model multiplication. Students will: collect, identify and compare invertebrate species. Carry out a research paper on any animal they choose Friendship Dinosaur's Travel Montigue on the High Seas Ruth Law Thrills a Nation Vowel digraphs: /oo/ oo, ou (gh) Vowel Variants: /o/ aw, au (gh) Prefixes: over, under Go, do, went, did Helping verbs Contractions Students will: Student will look at the law making process and complete and activity that allows them to model that process.

Health Reading #28 #29 #30 #28 #29 #30 Writing

Harcourt

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Social Studies

" "how to" research Journal entries Flag Day Historical society visit

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