2nd Grade
MATH
Description:  Understanding graphs.
Students place a chip on a space
which is identified by X and Y  
coordinates.

Submitted by: Ellen Weber
Posted 5/6/07
Note: Some of these files take a minute
or two to download. Please be patient.
Description: 20 cards with reading
comprehension questions about
basic story elements that can be
used for any story. Print on card
stock.

Submitted by Ellen Weber
Posted 5/14/07
LANGUAGE ARTS
Powerpoint - cheer/chant to
learn       appropriate types of
responses
for each WH question word.

Submitted by: Valerie Vanis
Posted 3/29/07
Multimedia learning module to
introduce homophones

Submitted by Andrea Brew, NSULA
Posted 8/10/07
This is a set of 28 cards with
visuals   for common math terms
used at the
Kdg level. Cards can be resized in
MS Word.

Contributed by Jane Howser, Title I
Curriculum Specialist;
Posted 9/21/07
Step-by-step art project, followed up
with a procedural writing activity.
The   kids loved it! Takes about an
hour for  the two activities together.
This is
meant as practice doing procedural
writing, not as an introduction.

Submitted by Ellen Weber
Posted 9/22/07
This is assorted activities for
vocabulary, comprehension, and
using context clues
from the book of
the same name
by Eve  Bunting.
Best for 1-3 grades.



Submitted by Ellen Weber
Posted 11/1/07
SOCIAL STUDIES
Indians
Two interactive books, one about
the  PLAINS INDIANS (
CLICK HERE),
and
one about the WOODLAND
INDIANS   
(CLICK HERE).

Submitted by Rachael Burns
Posted 1/10/08.
This is a website with on-line
practice  writing fractions of circles,
number
lines, and groups of objects.. (Hint:
Use the circle fractions to make a
pattern for a game spinner - from
three to twelve spaces).

Posted 1/15/08
Video on the life cycle of a flower,
from seed to seed. Meant to be a
self-study module. Curric. Std. S2L1c

Submitted by Charmaine Lewis,
NSULA.  Posted 8/9/07
SCIENCE
This is a lesson plan for second
grade inclusion activity based on
the   story
Little Red Riding Hood.

Submitted by Susan Blunk and
Tricia   Leith, posted 2/27/08
This is a PowerPoint presentation of
the life cycle of a bean plant.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a PowerPoint version of the
Hollywood Squares TV game,
reviewing info about matter.

Contributed by 2nd grade team of
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This is a PowerPoint introduction to
studying Japan. Very brief.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
These are examples of Star and
Moon poems - take offs on Twinkle
Twinkle Little Star.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This PowerPoint describes different
words used to indicate someone is
speaking, and how to use quotation  
marks.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This PowerPoint covers parts of a
non-fiction book, and the
informational writing process.

CLICK HERE for a list of websites
with information for students to write
about.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This PowerPoint reviews all the
components/curric.standards of
good  narrative writing. Each slide
can be
printed out to make classroom signs.

Contributed by 2nd grade team at
Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This is a PowerPoint version of the
TV game show
Who Wants To Be
A    Millionaire,
modified from a game
designed by Mark E. Damon. It
covers the Plains and Woodland
Indians.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This PowerPoint explains what
fractions are, has several examples
to practice.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This is a PowerPoint introduction to
what an informational text is. Nice
graphics.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a PowerPoint version of the
game BANG! It reviews sight words
and some math vocabulary words.
Students have 2 seconds to read
word - can change the time by
editing  in PPT. Student loses his
turn if his
screen shows the firecracker.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This is a writing assignment for
adding/changing a narrative story
already written.

Contributed by  the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This chart will help you decide what
kind of activities to use in 4 different
literacy work stations.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08
This is a list of read-aloud sources
that are great for teaching
persuasive writing skills.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a poetry activity to teach
visualization skills - good to use in a
literacy center/station.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a Reader's Theater type of
script to illustrate the difference
between frogs and toads.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
Several butterfly poems, to go with
the Science unit on life cycles of
animals.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a Reader's Theater type of
script about the life cycle of a
butterfly.

Contributed by the 2nd grade team
at Fair Oaks Elem School.
Posted 4/11/08.
This is a 14-page book to print out in
Word about Georgia Indians.
Includes multiple choice
comprehension questions, and is
followed by several vocabulary
activities.

Submitted by Rachael Burns
Posted 9/19/08
Description: Multimedia
presentation, photos from the
Cherokee village in North
Carolina, with narration and
activities.  View with Windows
Media Player.

Submitted by Ellen Weber,
Posted 6/23/07
This page contains various activities
and websites for Fact V. Fiction.
Curr. Std. = ELA2R4.f
This is a website with lots of
interactive math activities for 2nd
grade.

Submitted by Julie Williams
Posted 2/20/09