Weekly Outline


Every week, there will be a weekly outline posted as an overview for what the grade 2 class will be learning in each subject. 


October 22-26


Weekly Outline

October 22-26

Grade 2 Mrs. Massaro


Language Arts

(Mrs. Massaro

Students will begin the week with a journal entry about their weekend


Students will be assigned the next part of their novel study in class and given more specific instructions to take home.


Students will be introduced to how to use a dictionary


Students will review the rules for capitalization


Students will continue to work on spooky stories


Students will continue to work on their daily editing practice.


(Mrs. Massaro)

We have accelerated the Saxon math program in order to better reflect the skills of the class. Students will work on lessons 40-45 this week and will work on two digit addition.

Physical Education

(Mr. Fretz)

Students will be taking part in soccer skills and games this week and cooperative games to earn points for their House (Torrin, Malliag, Kyleakin).

Media Arts

(Ms. Murphy)

Our theme this week is Halloween!  Students will explore explore Halloween in literature and explore the Library Centres.


(Mrs. James)

This week, each student will continue working on their independent POP Art Project in class.


(Mr. Kudera)

This week, the students will compare duple meter with triple meter.  The students will write bar lines on a melody to separate them into proper measures based on a given time signature.  They will also continue to practice the song A Wish for Peace for the Remembrance Day ceremony.  


(Ms. Israil)

With grade 2 this week  students will continue learning   “ ER” vebs . Halloween vocabulary will also be introduced to grade 2s. This week  grade 2 students will start completing sentences with previously learnt vocabulary.

Social Studies

(Mrs. Massaro

Students will continue to work on their timelines in class.


(Mrs. Massaro)

Students will continue to study the negative and positive impacts humans have on animals and their environments. The PBL will be introduced this week in order to ensure they have all the skills and information to complete it.


(Mr. Fretz)

Students have a final oral review of the food groups and nutrients and take part in active games to show their knowledge.  


(Mr. Kudera)

The students will continue to write their first document using a word processor.  They will also look at the different tools in the tool bar.


(Mrs. Massaro)

Students will continue to work on Reader’s Theatre in order to further develop their fluency. They will present their Reader’s Theatre Piece.