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Concord Christian School endeavors to give a completely God-centered orientation of life to each student. We strive to help produce the mind of Christ in our students and establish a well-grounded biblical world view.
Academic concepts taught in Second Grade include:


  • Salvation
  • Moses in Egypt
  • Details of the Tabernacle
  • The Israelites journey through the wilderness
  • The first Thanksgiving and Christmas
  • Old Testament books of the Bible: Joshua, Judges, Ruth
  • Favorite Bible stories
  • Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ
  • Missions Focus Areas
    • Local – Ronald McDonald House field trip
    • International - Nicaragua


  • Write complete sentences using proper punctuation
  • Identify the subject and action parts of a sentence
  • Identify sentence types; telling, command, exclamation, question
  • Alphabetize words by the first and second letter
  • Identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives
  • Plural and singular nouns
  • Present and past tense verbs
  • Produce written language in the form of a friendly letter, personal story, book report, and research paper
  • Study of poetry types


  • Phonetic review of vowel sounds, rhyming words, blends, and diagraphs.
  • Prefixes and suffixes in reading
  • Sequencing of story events
  • Expression and fluency in oral reading
  • Recognize main idea, main character, and setting of a story
  • Predict outcomes while reading; draw conclusions
  • Identify synonyms and antonyms
  • Recognize conflict and resolution in a story


  • Addition and subtraction facts
  • Recognizing and producing patterns
  • Commutative property of addition
  • Reading and producing graphs
  • Identify horizontal, vertical, and oblique lines
  • Fractions; whole, halves, fourths, and eighths
  • Identify and count money values
  • Identify place values
  • Geometry; polygons, angles, congruency, recognition of various geometric solids
  • Adding numbers with regrouping
  • Subtracting two-digit numbers with and without borrowing
  • Division by two
  • Time, temperature, calendar
  • Solving story problems
  • Basic Multiplication


  • Map skills
  • Consumers and Producers (Project Christmas Store)
  • Farming; now and then
  • Research Indian tribes and their dwellings
  • Describe the role of Indians in our history
  • Identify the 13 colonies and locate on a map
  • Research and report on famous Americans
  • Identify steps leading to the American Revolution
  • Field Trip to Cades Cove to examine Pioneer Life


  • Scientist and what they do
  • Living things; what do they do and where do they live?
  • Plants and growth
  • Fossils
  • Earth Science: what the earth is made of, natural resources, movement
  • Light
  • Matter and its changes
  • Motion
  • Your body and how it works
  • Field Trip to Safety City
Second-grade students participate in weekly enrichment classes including art, music, computer, Spanish, P.E., and library.