Every second grader begins the day by reading the morning message, practicing their literacy and using text to learn about the day. Some prefer to read with help from a teacher, while others are happy to show that they can do it alone.
Throughout the year, they’ll learn about the people, culture, and customs of Japan, bring Greek myths to life on stage, and zing around a make-believe circulatory system as a red blood cell. They’ll study different family structures, how various cultures use light to celebrate in winter, and develop their skills with simple hand tools.
Interdisciplinary study units combine art, science, writing, math, and technology to help children grasp the most important lesson of all–that learning is really, really fun.Inquire