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Typical course of study for Grade 2.  Appropriate for Grades K - 3.

The following lists our core recommendations for students in Grade 2. You will not be buying every book or only the books listed. Students have a wide variety of abilities and aptitudes; schooling — especially homeschooling — needs to be adapted to different children in different ways. Your advisor will work with you to (a) match each child’s strengths and weaknesses to specific materials; (b) combine your students in texts and subjects as often as possible; (c) choose a religion, history and science focus for the family for the year; and (d) weave materials you may already have or would prefer to use into your family’s course plan.

 

RELIGION

Bible History [REL-708]

 

WORLD HISTORY

Bible History [SOC-232]

 

LITERATURE

Literature [LIT-658]

 

FINE ARTS

Art Practice [FA -230]

Art Appreciation [FA -318]

Music Appreciation [FA -224]

 

PHYS. SCIENCE

Hands On Science [SCI-339]

 

LANGUAGE ARTS

Gram&Comp I [ENG-435]

  • Voyages in English 2006 Grade 1, Student Edition, Loyola Press

Penmanship [ENG-351]

  • Handwriting Without Tears 2 : Printing Power, Jan Olsen
  • Handwriting Without Tears : 1st Grade Printing Teacher Guide, Jan Z. Olsen, OTR and Emily F. Knapton, OTR/L
  • Handwriting Without Tears : Slate Chalkboard, Jan Olsen

Rdg&Spell Skills [ENG-234]

 

LANGUAGES

Latin Chant [LAN-221]

  • Minimum Repertoire of Plain Chant, Julia Fogassy

 

MATHEMATICS

Mathematics B [MAT-375]

  • Math U See Beta : Student Kit, Math U See
  • Math U See Beta : Instruction Pack, Math U See
  • Starter Set 1 (Manipulatives), Math U See
  • Skip Count and Addition Facts CD and Book, Math U See
  • Math in a Flash Addition flashcards,

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