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Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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Grade 2 Social Studies - Week Four

Printable Version of this lesson board in PDF format

2nd Social Studies

Week 4 April 27-May 1

Social Studies Objectives: Students will be able to:

  • explain how individuals can make contributions to a civilization and/or culture in a place or region studied.
  • name someone who has made changes in the lives of others and identify their contribution.

Objetivos de estudios sociales: Los alumnos van a poder:

  • nombrar a alguien que ha hecho cambios en la vida de otros e identificar sus contribuciones.
  • explicar cómo los individuales pueden contribuir a la civilización y/o cultura en un lugar o región estudiado.

Lincoln Portraits
*If you do not have all materials at home, you can use crayons and paper.
Entra al link y observa los diferentes ejemplos de cómo dibujar un retrato de Abraham Lincoln. Si no tienes todas las materiales en casa simplemente puedes usar crayolas y papel.

Write a few facts that you have learned about someone who has helped others. Why is it important to help others?
Escriba algunos hechos que hayas aprendido sobre alguien que ha ayudado a otros. ¿Por qué es importante ayudar a los demás?

Scholastic On-Line Book Activity
Johnny Appleseed
Abraham Lincoln

2nd Grade Social Studies
Pick a topic from section B

Contribution- to give along with others.
Holiday- a special day of celebration during which schools and businesses are often closed.
National monument- a place (such as an old building or an area of land) that is owned and protected by a national government because of its naturalbeauty or its importance to history or science.
Celebrate- anything that is planned or done in order to honor something.

Contribución: dar algo para el beneficio de otros.
Día festivo: Un día especial que celebran algo y las escuelas y negocios se cierran.
Monumento nacional: un lugar (como un edificio o área de terreno) que es propiedad y está protegida por el gobierno nacional por su belleza natural o significado importante a historia o ciencia.
Celebrar: un evento que se lleva a cabo y planificado para dar honor a algo en particular.

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