Welcome to Second Grade!

Supply List Homework Math Book and Activities Scholastic

Scientist of the Week

Spelling/Vocabulary Typing Activities



Star Reader

Reading Calendar 18-19

Mt. Language Makeup pages On-line Math and Reading Activities  Moby Max

Learning Essentials and High Frequency Word Lists

Treasures Activities Brain Games  Imagine Learning
Spelling City Cocoa the Bear Math Facts Photos


 Important Dates:

Term 2 Ends - Jan. 11

Family Dance - Jan. 11 from 6:30-7:30 in the main gym

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Jan. 21  

No School - Jan. 22 is a Professional Development Day for teachers

SEP conferences - Feb. 6-8 - watch for sign-ups

Field Trip - Scera Theater

 President's Day - Feb. 18

No School - Feb. 19 is a Professional Development Day for teachers

Spring Break - April 1-5


School starts at 8:40 



Jan. 11 is the end of the second term.   Our DIBELS reading tests have gone well, and so many students in our class have made amazing growth!  We continue to work on fluency, accuracy, and being able to retell what they read.  We're working on opinion writing, as well.

In math, we've been working on adding two 2-digit numbers with regrouping.  It's now coming easily to most students.  We'll be finishing that up, and moving on to adding two 3-digit numbers.  We will also be working on subtracting two 2-digit numbers with regrouping.  


Heidi Lovell

 updated 1-7-19


******Please feel free to check our class webpage frequently for information.  Each child will be given a copy of homework, but it will also be on-line if you need to print another copy.  As a reminder, the math portion of our homework is REVIEW and focuses on the foundational skills to build strength to help them on the harder concepts we are working on in class.  Math concepts will be well-practiced in school before they go home as homework, so if your child struggles, they are still needing help in concepts we have already worked hard on during the previous month.

Each student will be given a spelling list to use in class each week as they practice their spelling words.  If you need a copy for use at home, the lists are on our class page also.  Spelling tests will be given each Friday.  If your child needs extra practice, you can print off a list to use at home, and your child can also go to the Spelling City link where there are fun games and activities that help practice spelling.  You can access their spelling test scores each week on Powerschool.


Our Schedule for specialty classes:

Art     2:15 - 3:15 Every other Tuesday

Library   2:45 - 3:15 Thursdays

Music   1:00 - 2:00 (30 minute groups) Monday and Wednesday

PE   12:25 - 12:55 Monday and Wednesday

Drama   2:00 - 2:45 Wednesday

Computers    2:45 - 3:15 Monday; 1:00 - 2:00 (30 minute groups) Tuesday and Thursday

Scientist of the Week    2:30 Monday


In second grade we work to include a lot of music and movement in our classroom. We use it to learn curriculum and allow them to move throughout the day. By tying in music, the students typically remember things more easily. Our children are able to work on completing their Star Reader, which includes a variety of genres. They can also complete the Caldecott Reading Challenge. Great Brain Projects are available for them to research a topic and present it to the classroom. Students are able to participate in the after-school program, the chess club, as well as the drama club. We have many field trips throughout the year that allow them to experience a variety of art, drama, and other enriching things. Our school has assemblies that bring wonderful enrichment to our school. Our second graders also have art and music during their school day. We also do class plays or programs that allow children to interact with others in dramatic scenes, memorize scripts, and songs. We love working with our second grade students to help them be well-balanced!