Second Grade Curriculum

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Bible Truths 2 guides teachers as they help students understand God’s truth for practical living through a thematic, chronological study of the Old and New Testaments. The educational materials includes scripturally supported overviews of key biblical doctrines, unit memory verses and hymns, supplemental read-aloud stories, unit review activity sheets, reproducible learning activity pages, instructions for one-on-one and group learning activities, a glossary of biblical terms, and a CD of corresponding reproducible. Lessons also integrate a missionary story and an application novel.


Math 2 develops understanding of place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Manipulatives are used to help students visualize the math concepts they learn. Basic word problems are introduced to exercise students’ problem-solving skills.


English 2 emphasizes traditional grammar, such as parts of speech, sentence structure, and mechanics, and provides practice with essential reference skills. The English educational materials explain the step-by-step use of the Writing Process for six different types of writing assignments, such as a friendly letter, instructions, opinion paragraph, and more.


Reading 2 encourages higher-level thinking, emphasizes character traits and Biblical principles and truths, and helps students grow in reading comprehension with compelling stories. The two-volume reading educational materials includes familiar favorite stories as well as exciting new reading selections.


Spelling 2 reinforces the most reliable spelling patterns and introduces the most common structural generalizations. Writing weekly journal entries allows your student to apply the spelling and composition skills that he or she is learning. The student also practices dictionary skills and Bible word studies.

Social Studies

Heritage Studies 2 explores American culture in colonial times from Jamestown to the War for Independence. The text features colorful illustrations and discussions of colonial farming, shop keeping, clothing, and interesting information about kings and queens in Europe ruling at the time—all presented in understandable language for the 2nd-grade level.


Science 2 teaches the student how to use science process or inquiry skills to learn and tell about Gods creation. The program focuses on what scientists do, living things, plants, habitats, fossils and dinosaurs, the layers, and features of the earth, how the earth moves, natural resources, forces, and motion, and how the body works. The student develops their process or inquiry skills as they participate in hands-on activities and projects.

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