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2nd Grade Standards

 
Reading: 2.1, 2.4-2.6, 2.8: Students will apply phonetic strategies when reading and spelling, as well as expand vocabulary when reading, and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts by making and confirming predictions, identify the main idea, and draw conclusions based on the text. 
Math: 2.7ab, 2.9, 2.14, 2.15ab: Students will count and compare coins and dollars up to $2.00 or less, tell time to the nearest five minutes, collect/organize/represent/interpret data in pictographs and bar graphs. 
Social Studies: 2.2: Students will describe important knowledge of important developments and innovations in the United States involving transportation and communication.
Science: 2.5, 2.7: Students will investigate and understand that living things are part of an ecosystem, as well as explain how seasonal changes effect plants, animals, and their surroundings. 
Writing:
2.10-2.11: Students will write in a variety of forms including narrative, descriptive, opinion and expository, as well as use prewriting strategies and edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 



3rd Grade Standards  


Reading: 3.3-3.4, 3.6: Students will apply word analysis skills and expand vocabulary when reading, as well as focus on information in nonfiction texts, including the author's purpose, characterizing features, and the main idea. Students will also demonstrate comprehension by completing a research project. 

Math: 3.2, 3.5: Students will name and write fractions using models, symbols, and comparing like and unlike denominators. 

Social Studies: 3.9-3.10- Students will explain the contributions of Ancient Greece and Rome to the world today with architecture, government, and sports, as well as what life was like in Ancient Greece and Rome compared to today's society. 

Science 3.5-3.6, 3.10- Students will investigate and understand the difference between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, different types of food chains, as well as the influence of humans and natural events on the survival of a species.  

Writing: 3.8-3.10- The student will edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and Standard English, as well as write in a variety of forms. Students will also expand vocabulary through reading as well as deliver oral presentations by creating a research project.