Self-corrects mistakes and re-reads when necessary. Each practice page emphasizes grade-specific skills outlined in common standardized tests for second graders.
This helps him understand story structure and make comparisons.
To build reading skills, your second grader: Reads more complex words, such as two-syllable words. Man decided he can be more like a hero by looking out for his little brother, and making sure that Peanut is always safe and cared for.
In our Walmart, there was a big display right on the end of the aisle! Similar to reading, writing occurs throughout the day as students use it for a variety of subjects. Wasabi was previously voiced by Damon Wayans Jr.
This can be filmed or recorded, or your child can create a poster or book about what he learned. Have your child come up with their own hero concept, and share their story.
Talk about how much change you should receive back, the amount of total money spent, or how much money you saved by using a coupon. Bonus Science Activities Compare Textures: Collect different textures from nature such as sticks, leaves, grass, stones, and bark.
They learn concepts that provide the foundation for multiplication, and continue to gain a deeper comprehension of certain math principles.