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NYC Core Curriculum 2nd - ELA

Description: The New York City Core Curriculum program aims to provide curricula to NYC students through a seamless instructional program across grades and subjects. This list has been curated by NYCDOE for 2nd Grade English Language Arts materials. #teachers #nyccore


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Pioneers To The West

by John Bliss

Pioneers to the West will follow the rural experiences of children traveling across America in search of land, gold, farms, and religious freedoms.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Right On Reader 1

by Diane M. Browder and Pamela J. Mims and Angel Lee and Tracie-Lynn Zakas and Jo Reynolds and Beverly Potts and Linda R. Schreiber

Right On Readers - provides 16 popular works of literature commonly used in the general education classroom, adapted with simplified text, repeated storylines, and symbol supports. The adapted literature includes fiction and nonfiction stories, poetry, theatrical scripts, and research endeavors.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Right On Reader 2

by Diane M. Browder and Pamela J. Mims and Angel Lee and Tracie-Lynn Zakas and Jo Reynolds and Beverly Potts and Linda R. Schreiber

A systematic language arts curriculum for middle and high school studentsResearch has shown Teaching to Standards: English Language Arts to be highly effective in teaching skills that align to grade-level standards.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Seed by Seed

by Esme Raji Codell

His real name was John Chapman. He grew apples.

But wait. So what? Why should we remember him? And read about him? And think about him? And talk about him today, more than two hundred years after he was born? Why should we call him a hero?

Esme Raji Codell and Lynne Rae Perkins show us, in eloquent words and exhilarating pictures, why Johnny Appleseed matters now, perhaps more than ever, in our loud and wired and fast-paced world.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


On Meadowview Street

by Henry Cole

Caroline lives on Meadowview Street. But where's the meadow? Where's the view? There's nothing growing in her front yard except grass.

Then she spots a flower and a butterfly and a bird and Caroline realizes that with her help, maybe Meadowview Street can have a meadow after all.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Theodore Roosevelt

by Lisa Demauro and The Editors of Time For Kids

Each day was an adventure for President Theodore Roosevelt. TIME For Kids Biographies help make a connection between the lives of past heroes and the events of today. When Teddy became president, Americans were looking ahead with excitement to the twentieth century. Teddy's spirit and dreams helped make the United States one of the greatest countries in the world.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


ReadyGEN Reader's and Writer's Journal, Grade 2

by Pearson Education

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Sleuth ReadyGEN [Grade 2]

by Pearson Education

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


On The Farm

by Julie Ferris

All over the world, farmers are hard at work. Some farmers grow and harvest grain, vegetables, fruit, and flower crops. Other farmers raise animals such as sheep, goats, and cows for wool, meat, and milk. Farmers in different regions of the world often produce different things. Meet three farmers with very different farms. Don Josè raises sheep, Mary runs a dairy farm, and Ben grows vegetables. Find out what happens on a busy day on their farms.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Detective [Grade 2]

by Scott Foresman

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


ReadyGEN Reader's and Writer's Journal, Grade 2

by Scott Foresman

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Flip The Flaps

by Mike Goldsmith and Nicki Palin

InFlip The Flaps: Planet Earth by Dr Mike Goldsmith, illustrated by Nicki Palin, children zoom up through protective layers of the atmosphere from the surface to outer space, following the Earth as it makes its yearly journey around the Sun. Young explorers lift the flaps to reveal answers about everything from the inner workings of our planet and why volcanoes erupt to finding animals in the forests and in the sea. Plus, a fun spot-the-difference game suddenly appears as the artwork amazingly changes.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Seeds of Change

by Jen Cullerton Johnson

A biography of scientist Wangari Maathai, the first African woman - and first environmentalist - to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 for planting trees in her native Kenya.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Explore American History

by Judi Kinney

The Student Book has 9 chronological chapters from Early Years to A New Century. These follow a consistent format: Anticipatory Set, Vocabulary, History Stories, and Quiz. Twenty-five one-page biographies with corresponding comprehension exercises are also aligned to the curriculum's chronology.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Do I Need It? Or Do I Want It?

by Jennifer S. Larson

Do you plan how much money you'll use to buy candy? Or how much you'll save for a new video game? Then you're budgeting! A budget is a plan for spending and saving. Budgets help people decide how to use their money wisely. What do you need to buy? What do you want? And how can you make a budget? Read this book to find out.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Alexander, Who Used To Be Rich Last Sunday

by Judith Viorst

Although Alexander and his money are quickly parted, he comes to realize all the things that can be done with a dollar.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Charlotte's Web

by E. B. White

Some Pig. Humble. Radiant. These are the words in Charlotte's web, high up in Zuckerman's barn. Charlotte's spiderweb tells of her feelings for a little pig named Wilbur, who simply wants a friend. They also express the love of a girl named Fern, who saved Wilbur's life when he was born the runt of his litter.

This is a tender novel of friendship, family, and adventure that will continue to be enjoyed by generations to come.

Newbery Honor book

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Fundations® Student Notebook Level 2

by Wilson Language Training Corporation

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


The Man Who Made Parks

by Frieda Wishinsky and Song Nan Zhang

When the great cities of North America were being developed, there was little thought to creating “green spaces. ” Frederick Law Olmsted combined his childhood love for nature with the structured beauty of the great parks of London and Paris to turn a neglected, swampy area into one of the most acclaimed parks in North America: Central Park in New York City.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


The Earth Dragon Awakes

by Laurence Yep

Eight-year-old Henry and nine-year-old Chin love to read about heroes in popular "penny dreadful" novels, until they both experience real courage while trying to survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.

Date Added: 07/06/2018



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