Grade 2

Welcome to the Grade 2 page

Below you can find out a little more about school life and what we get up to in Grade 2

Our Teachers

Anamie Bansuli

Grade 2 Teacher


Ms Joan Delgado
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Ms. Shera Pel Parcon

Teacher's Assistant


Ms. Shera Pel Parcon
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School Calendar
Online Schedules

Curriculum Overview

Language Arts

Reading, Writing, Listening, Spelling and using words with:

  • Use short and long vowel sounds
  • Understand Consonant Blends
  • Understand High Frequency Words and level appropriate words
  • Read orally individually and in a group

Writing (Composition)

  • Write a Friendly letter
  • Write a short story from personal experience
  • Write a composition using Visual prompts in a particular sequence
  • Write a composition and create their own ending.
  • Edit and revise their work following correct punctuation, grammar rules and with appropriate content.


  • Write in print with appropriate strokes using the tripod grip
  • Begin writing in cursive legibly
  • Start note taking


  • Differentiate between phrase and sentence
  • Rearrange words to create sentences
  • Identify the subject and predicate of a sentence
  • Identify and compare the different types of sentences and use appropriate punctuation marks
  • Identify and use nouns with correct capitalization and correct form (singular or plural, common or proper)
  • Change nouns to possessive nouns
  • Use action words in a sentence in the simple tenses
  • Use and identify the different verbs (linking verbs, helping  verbs and irregular verbs)
  • Identify and use pronouns, adjectives and adverbs in sentences

Reading and Comprehension

  • Identify and understand the elements and events of a story
  • Read aloud and answer comprehension questions on level appropriate texts
Social Studies
  • Know about Early Greek Civilization (History, Significant people/leaders, religions, way of life and contributions to present society
  • Make connections with the development of Math and Sciences from the Early Greek Civilization
  • Identify the different Greek gods and goddesses
  • Identify Landforms and Water forms and its effect on the people living in those areas in terms of ways of living
  • Use Maps, Legends and Directions
  • Know about oneself, ones needs and ones rights
  • Identify My role in my community
  • Understand different communities and how they thrive


Physical Education
  • Able to show differentiation between jogging and sprinting
  • Differentiate twisting, curling, bending and stretching actions
  • Throw underhand using a mature pattern
  • Dribble within a space with preferred hand demonstrating a mature pattern
  • Tap or dribble a ball using the inside of the foot while walking in general space
  • Volley an object upward with consecutive hits
  • Engage actively in physical education class in response to instruction and practice
  • Practice skills with minimal teacher prompting
  • Work well independently and with others in partner activities.
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Coloring, Tracing, Drawing
  • Cutting and Pasting
  • Paper Folding
  • Following Multiple Instructions
  • Create Projects through Recycling
  • Make paper crafts
  • Focus on working independently
  • Encourage Creativity through process -art activities




Life Science

  • Know what Science is and about scientists
  • Know How the scientific method and tools are used by scientists
  • Explain how technology and design process work
  • Identify and understand the different animals (needs, classification, life cycles)
  • Know about paleontologists, fossils

Earth and Space Science

  • Know about the Earth and its resources
  • Identify weather (patterns, effects and severe weather preparation)
  • Basic understanding of the solar system
  • Know what the heavenly bodies are
  • Describe how day and night occurs

Physical Science

  • Understandmatter
  • Differentiate the states of matter
  • Identify and differentiate the different changes in matter
  • Value energy
  • Understand how magnets work

Numbers, Operations & Algebraic Thinking

  • Understand Number Concepts
  • Master the Concept of Place Value
  • Write Numbers and Number Patterns
  • Compare and sequence Numbers from 1-1000
  • Use models to represent numbers and equations
  • Understand different ways of Addition and Subtraction
  • Be able to add and subtract with regrouping up to 3 digit numbers
  • Tell the Time
  • Identify and use Money
  • Use multi-step problems involving time, money and graphs
  • Perform mental sums

Measure, Data & Geometry

  • Can identify Shapes and their attributes
  • Understand Fractions
  • Gather Measurements
  • Use Graphs and Data

Web Browsing

  • Use ICT to organise and classify information and to present their findings
  • Save information in desktop folder and flash drive
  • Search texts, images, audio and video files

Introduction to Microsoft Word

  • Create and save documents
  • Format text and paragraphs
  • Set up page size, margin, number of columns and orientation
  • Cut, Copy, Paste and Move Text
  • Format with styles and templates
  • Work with spell check and thesaurus