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Grade 2Home Learning PacketThe contents of this packet contains 10 days of activities in paper copy. Students should becompleting this packet, along with completing lessons on their math/reading online programsdaily. If we surpass the 10 days without school, students should continue using their online mathand reading programs for 45 minutes per day per program unless otherwise specified by yourcampus.(Student Name)

LEARN Charter Schools Reading LogName:Week Of:Directions: Record the amount of time you read each day.At home reading goal:I will read at least 45 minutes at home five times a week.DayDateTitleGenrePage StartedPageFinishedTotal Time

DayDateTitleGenreWeekly At-Home Reading TallyDayMondayNumber of MinutesPageStartedPageFinishedTotal TimeTeacher Initials for Meeting Weekly Goal:Your Weekly Goal is 225 minutes. Did youmeet your goal?TuesdayDid you exceed your goal?WednesdayIf yes, by how many minutes?ThursdayWhat is your favorite book you read thisweek? Why was it your favorite?FridaySaturdaySundayTotal Minutes This Week

LEARN Charter Schools Reading LogName:Week Of:Directions: Record the amount of time you read each day.At home reading goal:I will read at least 45 minutes at home five times a week.DayDateTitleGenrePage StartedPageFinishedTotal Time

DayDateTitleGenreWeekly At-Home Reading TallyDayMondayNumber of MinutesPageStartedPageFinishedTotal TimeTeacher Initials for Meeting Weekly Goal:Your Weekly Goal is 225 minutes. Did youmeet your goal?TuesdayDid you exceed your goal?WednesdayIf yes, by how many minutes?ThursdayWhat is your favorite book you read thisweek? Why was it your favorite?FridaySaturdaySundayTotal Minutes This Week

Day 1Fluency and Skills PracticeAdding by Counting On and Making a 7Which strategy did you use to solve problem 11? Explain. Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.3

Day 1Directions: What is your favorite book and why? Draw anddescribe using the lines below.1

Current Events LogDay 1On the lines below, draw and write about something interesting you learned about byreading the newspaper, watching local news, or watching an educational TV show. Describewho, what, where, when, why, and how of what you learned. What facts or information aremost interesting to you and why?1

Day 2Fluency and Skills PracticeCounting On and Making a Ten to SubtractName:Complete each set of equations.112 2 3 53135 1212 245 115 10616 295 1513 25 1013 2 6 55 1016 2 9 55 1415 2 7 57112 2 4 5714 2 5 55111 2 3 53152815 25 1015 2 9 5In problem 6, how did you use your first answer to find yoursecond answer? Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.5

Day 2Food Is Our FuelCross-Curricular Reading Comprehension Worksheets: B-13 of 36Name:Cross-Curricular Focus: Life ScienceEverything that is alive needs energy. All animals getthe energy they need from food. People are animals.Think about the human body as an amazing machine.It can do all kinds of things for us. Food is the fuelthat helps keep the amazing machine running.Plants use sunlight to make their own food. Animalsare not able to do that. Some animals eat plants. Someanimals eat other animals as meat. Some animals, likepeople, eat both plants and animals.Since plants make their own food using sunlight, thesun’s energy is found in plants. The sun’s energy is verystrong. It loses a lot of its strength by the time it goesinto a plant.When we eat plants, we get more of the sun’senergy than when we eat animals. That’s why it is goodto eat fruits and vegetables.When an animal eats a plant,the energy is less strong. The animal also used its energyto ﬁnd the plant to eat. When a second animal eats theﬁrst animal, it gets even less energy than the ﬁrst animalgot. The second animal used a lot of energy tochase its prey.Like a car that has to be ﬁlled with gasoline, livingthings have to eat again and again. Instead of gasoline,living things use food as fuel.Answer the following questions based on the readingpassage. Don’t forget to go back to the passagewhenever necessary to ﬁnd or conﬁrm your answers.1) Where do all animals get their energy?2) Where do plants get their energy?3) If our bodies are amazing machines, thenfood is our .4) Why do we get more energy from eatingvegetables than we get from eating meat?5) If a third animal eats the second animal,will it get more or less energy?Copyright 2012 K12Reader - http://www.k12reader.com

Day 2Directions: What would you do to change the world? Draw anddescribe using the lines below.2

Current Events LogDay 2On the lines below, draw and write about something interesting you learned about byreading the newspaper, watching local news, or watching an educational TV show. Describewho, what, where, when, why, and how of what you learned. What facts or information aremost interesting to you and why?2

NameMain IdeasDay 3What’s the Main Idea?1. Our elementary school chorus had the largest participation in its history this year.They did eight performances - three in school, and five around town - and receivedan award for Most Improved School Vocal Group from the state. There was a lot ofgreat talent, and ten students make All County Chorus.A. Our elementary school chorus is very popular.2. Helen held the new baby carefully in herlap, while her anxious parents hoverednearby. Helen could hardly believe how tinyshe was. Helen’s heart swelled with pride, anda new sense of responsibility.3. John trudged off the field, his shouldersslumped, as the batter on deck hurried tohome plate. John sighed. Was he ever goingto get a hit?B. Our elementary school chorus had a very successfulyear.C. There are a lot of students in our elementary schoolchorus.A. Helen is going to babysit.B. Helen is a nurse.C. Helen has a new baby sister.A. John is playing baseball.B. John just struck out in baseball.C. John is a baseball coach. www.EasyTeacherWorksheets.com

Day 3Directions: Write a letter to President George Washington. Whatwould you ask the country’s first president, George Washington, ifhe was alive today? Write a letter to President George Washingtonusing the space below.3

Current Events LogDay 3On the lines below, draw and write about something interesting you learned about byreading the newspaper, watching local news, or watching an educational TV show. Describewho, what, where, when, why, and how of what you learned. What facts or information aremost interesting to you and why?3

Day 4Fluency and Skills PracticeWays to Solve Two-Step ProblemsName:Solve problems 1–6. Show your work.1Jack has 9 flowers to plant. Heplants 2 flowers before lunch.Then he plants 3 more afterlunch. How many flowers doesJack have left to plant?Jack hasto plant.35flowers leftBella paints 6 pictures on Mondayand 8 pictures on Wednesday.Then she paints 3 more pictureson Friday. How many picturesdoes Bella paint this week?Bella paintsthis week. Curriculum Associates, LLCcrayons.There are 8 girls at the park. First,5 girls go home. Then 6 more girlscome to the park. How many girlsare at the park now?There arethe park.4picturesLucas has 5 crayons. His sistergives him 6 more. Then he gives4 to a friend. How many crayonsdoes Lucas have now?Lucas has2Ali puts 12 books in a box. Shetakes 4 books out of the box.Then she puts 6 books in the box.How many books are in thebox now?There arethe box.6girls atbooks inMiss Brady puts 15 pencils in herdesk. Then she takes out 9 pencils.After school she puts 5 pencilsback in her desk. How many pencilsare in Miss Brady’s desk now?There arethe desk.Copying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.pencils in9

Day 4How Things MoveCross-Curricular Focus: Physical ScienceWe can watch things around us move. Whensomething is in motion, it changes its position.Objects can move from one place to another. Theycan move in many directions. I f you roll a ball, itmight move in a straight line. It might also move ina curve. A swing can move back and forth. A lightswitch can move up and down. Fans have blades thatmove in a circle.If you want to know if something is moving,you can compare it to other things around it thatare not moving. I f the things behind the object arechanging, the object is probably moving. If they arenot changing, the object is probably not moving.You can measure the distance an object moves.Just measure the distance between where it was whenit started to move and where it was when it stopped.Distance can be measured in inches, feet, yards ormiles. Those measurements are in the customarysystem. It can also be measured in millimeters,centimeters, meters and kilometers. Thosemeasurements are in the metric system.Cross-Curricular Reading Comprehension Worksheets: B-3 of 36Name:Answer the following questions based on the readingpassage. Don’t forget to go back to the passagewhenever necessary to ﬁnd or conﬁrm your answers.1) When something is in motion, whatdoes it change?2) How does a swing move?3) How does a light switch move?4) How can you test if something ismoving or not?5) What is one unit of measurement youcould use to measure distance?Copyright 2012 K12Reader - http://www.k12reader.com

Day 4Directions: Write a poem using the following words: love, happy,sunny. Draw a picture to illustrate your poem.4

Current Events LogDay 4On the lines below, draw and write about something interesting you learned about byreading the newspaper, watching local news, or watching an educational TV show. Describewho, what, where, when, why, and how of what you learned. What facts or information aremost interesting to you and why?4

Day5 PracticeFluency andSkillsSubtracting by Adding UpName:Subtract.150 2 29 5 ?29 1 20 5 4949 1 15 50220 1 15 2150 2 29 5 2171 2 45 5 ?15151511571 2 45 5380 2 41 5 ?463 2 28 5 ?1515151515151180 2 41 5563 2 28 5543 2 28 5 ?61515151195 2 65 5 ?1595 2 65 5543 2 28 5 Curriculum Associates, LLCCopying is permitted for classroom use. 2020 Curriculum Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.12

NameMain IdeasDay 5The New GirlThere was a new family in the neighborhood.They had a little girl about Fiona’s age, andFiona really wanted to meet her. The first timeFiona saw the new girl in school, she smiledand said hello. When she saw her on the bushome from school, Fiona asked if they couldsit together, and she told the new girl allabout their neighborhood. One afternoon afew days later, when Fiona was outsideplaying with some of her friends, the new girl came outside. Shestood in her front yard, looking uncomfortable. Fiona smiled, andwaved, and called to her, and invited her to come play, whichher new friend was happy to do!What is the main idea? Circle the correct answer.A. Fiona takes the bus to school.B. There is a new family in the neighborhood.C. Fiona is a very friendly girl.Which of the following is a supporting idea?A. Fiona smiles and says hello.B. The family has a girl about Fiona’s age.C. There is a new family in the neighborhood. www.EasyTeacherWorksheets.com

Day 5Directions: Describe your favorite part of the school day. Write anddraw using the lines below.5

Current Events LogDay 5On the lines below, draw and write about something interesting you learned about byreading the newspaper, watching local news, or watching an educational TV show. Describewho, what, where, when, why, and how of what you learned. What f

Grade 2 Home Learning Packet The contents of this packet contains 10 days of activities in paper copy. Students should be completing this packet, along with completing lessons on their math/reading online programs daily. If we surpass the 10 days without school, students should continue using their online math and reading programs for 45 minutes per day per program unless otherwise specified .

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