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2nd Grade

In our online 2nd grade courses, studies focus on independent reading, the scientific method, mathematical problem solving, and much more. Used by thousands of families as either their 2nd grade homeschool curriculum or as a supplement to brick-and-mortar courses, K12’s 2nd grade courses give you the power to optimize your child’s education.

K12 2nd grade courses cover five core subjects. In our online 2nd grade math, students learn numbers through 500, addition and subtraction, and problem solving. K12 science students complete hands-on projects, like making magnets and pulleys; history students journey from the Stone Age to the Space Age; and language arts students transition to independent reading. Finally, K12’s 2nd Grade Art can round out the 2nd grade curriculum with cultural studies in Rome, medieval Europe, Islam, Mexico, Africa, China, and Japan. To ensure you’re happy with your chosen program, K12 offers affordable payment options as well as a 30-day, money-back guarantee.

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  1. Stride Skills Arcade

    Stride Adaptive Learning Software for Grades Pre-K through 8

    Stride™ is an adaptive learning solution for your children that quickly accelerates learning with engaging curriculum engineered to match the depth and rigor of higher learning standards.

    Questions? Call 888-222-8126

    From: $9.95

  2. Spotlight on Music, Grade 2

    Explore and build foundational musical skills with Spotlight on Music from McGraw-Hill. This course offers a variety of learning activities that include singing, dancing, virtual instruments, listening maps, and authentic sound recordings. Six units in the course are organized into four sections: Spotlight on Concepts, Spotlight on Music Reading, Spotlight on Performance, and Spotlight on Celebrations. Students learn about these musical elements: duration, pitch, design, tone color, expressive qualities, and cultural context. Students explore beat, meter, rhythm, melody, texture, form, tone color, dynamics, tempo, style, and music background.

    From: $900.00

  3. Summit Art 2

    Following the timeline of the K12 History program, second grade Art lessons introduce students to the art and architecture of ancient Rome, medieval Europe, Islam, Mexico, Africa, China, and Japan.

    From: $900.00

  4. Math 2 Summit

    Math 2 Summit is designed to support true depth of knowledge required by today's standards. With rich content to form conceptual understanding and enough practice to support mastery, including time build-in for individualized independent practice, games, and offline practice, Summit Math 2 includes the tools and technology that students need to succeed. Summit Math 2 focuses on numbers through 1,000; time and money; two-digit addition and subtraction; length; story problems; shapes; number patterns; and data displays.

    From: $900.00

  5. English Language Arts 2 Summit

    English Language Arts 2 Summit provides a well-balanced approach to literacy that connects reading, writing, grammar, word study (including vocabulary and spelling), and handwriting into one integrated program. The course comprises 12 thematic units. Each unit contains workshops in which reading, writing, and word study are anchored by a focus text. Through read-aloud videos, independent reading, and close reading activities, students explore both classic and contemporary works in different genres and formats


  6. Social Studies 2 Summit

    Second graders experience a broad introduction to social studies and build a base for future learning. Students expand their map skills by using features of maps, including scale, direction, and location, to read maps and draw conclusions. They put their map skills to use exploring the physical and human features of their community, state, country, continent, and world. Students increase their understanding of chronology and investigate the past using sources to learn more about themselves and their communities. They study people who influenced history as leaders, inventors, and trailblazers. Students discover cultures around the world and in their own communities. Students also learn the basic concepts and operations of the economy and are introduced to the basic principles of personal finance. Students describe the role of government and expand their understanding of how citizens contribute to their communities.


  7. Beginning Spanish II

    This K-2, Level 2 Exposure version is the second level of the introductory Spanish course, following the same instructional structure students were introduced to in the K-2, Level 1 Exposure Spanish course. It continues the exploration of the language through an immersive, fun, interactive experience designed for younger learners. In each unit, students are immersed in a different virtual world where they meet unique characters who send them on a series of engaging tasks to acquire the vocabulary, learn the culture, and further their acquisition of basic Spanish skills. The content and characters for each unit are based on an authentic story, myth, or legend from a Spanish-speaking culture. Students also learn an authentic song, take part in a karaoke sing-along, and watch a culture video. This second level introductory course continues the focus on vocabulary acquisition and expression through simple words and phrases. While all 4 skills are present in the course, the focus is on developing vocabulary and audio recognition skills as well as speaking abilities. In this course, students will complete 10 units of content and 2 review units. Each unit of content is separated into 6 lessons.

    From: $900.00

  8. Beginning Spanish I

    This introductory Spanish course provides a fun, interactive experience for a student's first exposure to the Spanish language. The content for each unit is based on an authentic story, myth or legend from the Spanish-speaking culture. This course, designed specifically for younger students, focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition through stories, games, songs, and practice activities. Students are exposed to Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures in a fun environment where they can explore meanings and begin to express themselves through simple words and phrases.

    From: $900.00

  9. Beginning Chinese I

    This introductory Chinese course provides a fun, interactive experience for a student�s first exposure to the Chinese language. The content for each unit is based on an authentic story from China. This course, designed specifically for younger students, focuses principally on vocabulary acquisition through stories, games, songs, and practice activities. Students are exposed to the Chinese language and Chinese-speaking cultures in a fun environment where they can explore meanings and begin to express themselves through simple words and phrases.

    From: $900.00

  10. Summit Science 2 (Independent Study)

    Students perform experiments to develop skills of observation and analysis, and learn how scientists understand the world. They demonstrate how pulleys lift heavy objects, make a temporary magnet and test its strength, and analyze the parts of a flower.

    From: $24.00

  11. Summit Math Plus Orange (2) (Independent Study)

    This research-based course focuses on computational fluency, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving. The engaging course features new graphics, learning tools, and games; adaptive activities that help struggling students master concepts and skills before moving on; and more support for Learning Coaches to guide their students to success. This course for students in Grade 2 focuses primarily on number concepts, place value, and addition and subtraction of numbers through 1,000. Special emphasis is given to problem solving, inverse operations, properties of operations, decomposition of numbers, and mental math. Students study money, time, and measurement; geometric figures; analyzing and displaying data with new representations; and determining the range and mode of data. Early concepts about multiplication, division, and fractions are introduced.

    From: $24.00

  12. Summit Language Arts Orange (2) (Independent Study)

    This course provides a comprehensive and interrelated sequence of lessons for students to continue building their proficiency in literature and comprehension, writing skills, vocabulary, spelling, and handwriting.

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