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Second Grade Unit 6

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1. What are the elements of Reading Literature?
  a. This means I can describe characters and their points of view, with words and phrases that supply rhythm to writing.
    Subject Title Series
Point of View Adapting to Changes in Nature Concepts in Nature
Point of View Carrie Mae Weems: Framing Behind the Scenes
Point of View Hotel Animal Reading Rainbow Math
Point of View Put Yourself in Someone Else's Shoes: Building Character
Point of View Schoolhouse Rock! Earth Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Point of View The Real Story of the 3 Little Pigs
Point of View Types of Writing Writing for Children
Rhymes Bear Snores On
Rhymes Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain Reading Rainbow Science
Rhymes Bug! Bug! Bug!
Rhymes Color, Color, Everywhere: Red, Yellow, Blue
Rhymes Dinosaur Bones
Rhymes Green Eggs and Ham Dr. Seuss
Rhymes Horton Hears a Who! Dr. Seuss
Rhymes Horton Hears a Who!/How the Grinch Stole Christmas Dr. Seuss on the Loose
Rhymes Motto of the Pony Express Utah Focus
Rhymes Nursery Rhymes
Rhymes Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Short Vowels A, I, O Phonics in Context
Rhymes Pencil Power Goes Visiting: The Long and Short Vowels Phonics in Context
Rhymes Playful Pandas
Rhymes Poetry, Verse & Rhyme, Oh My! An Evening with Mother Goose
Rhymes Stars! Stars! Stars!
Rhymes Wild About Books
Rhymes Word Pup Discovers Middles Phonics in Context
Rhymes Word Pup Discovers Rhymes, Contractions and "R" Phonics in Context
Rhymes Writing Resources Writing for Children
2. What grammar and spelling skills are needed in second grade?
  a. This means I can use grammar and spelling correctly in my speaking and writing.
    Subject Title Series
Grammar A Good Thing About Spots Wild World Phonics Reading
Grammar Alphabet Pet: All About Words Phonics in Context
Grammar Alphabet Pet: Making Changes Phonics in Context
Grammar Alphabet Zoo
Grammar Descriptive Words and Phrases Grammar for Children
Grammar Exclamation Marks Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar Exclamation Point Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar Grammar Rock! Schoolhouse Rock!
Grammar Identifying Words Reading for Children
Grammar Nouns Grammar for Children
Grammar Out in Outer Space Between the Lions
Grammar Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Long Vowels A, I, O Phonics in Context
Grammar Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Short and Long Vowels E & U Phonics in Context
Grammar Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Short Vowels A, I, O Phonics in Context
Grammar Pencil Power Goes Visiting: The Long and Short Vowels Phonics in Context
Grammar Punctuation Grammar for Children
Grammar Reading Aloud Reading for Children
Grammar Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Reading for Children
Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar Sentences Grammar for Children
Grammar Story Writing Writing for Children
Grammar The Comma Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar The Writing Process Writing for Children
Grammar Types of Writing Writing for Children
Grammar Verbs Grammar for Children
Grammar What Do I Do When I Feel Alone? An Emotional Wellness
Grammar Word Pup Discovers Phonics in Context
Grammar Word Pup Discovers Endings Phonics in Context
Grammar Word Pup Discovers Middles Phonics in Context
Grammar Word Pup Discovers Rhymes, Contractions and "R" Phonics in Context
Grammar Word Study: Phonics and Spelling Lessons/Buddy Study System Primary Literacy Video Collection  (This is a teacher help kit - not for the children)
Grammar Writing Resources Writing for Children
Grammar You Can't Catch Me Between the Lions
3. How does the economy meet human needs?
  a. This means I can describe how producers and consumers work together in the making and using of goods and services needed for human survival.
    Subject Title Series
Consumer How Our Economy Works: All About Earning and Spending Money Economics Collection
Consumer Soopergoop (Short Version)
Consumer U.S. Industries and Resources Economics for Children
Earning/Saving Franklin Plays the Game/Franklin and the Red Scooter Franklin
Earning/Saving Where the Red Fern Grows
Earning/Saving Why People Work Community Helpers
Economics Everybody Needs Clothing Economics Collection
Economics Everybody Needs Food Economics Collection
Economics Everybody Needs Shelter Economics Collection
Economics Starting a Business Economics for Children
Economics What is Economics? Economics for Children
Money Alexander, Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday
Money Arthur Sells Out Arthur Season 10
Money Choosing What to Buy Marketplace
Money Counting Money Dr. Rock's Math Adventures
Money Jingle Bells Christmas Classics
Money Learning About Money Economics Collection
Money Lemonade for Sale Reading Rainbow Math
Money Money Math for Children
Money Sam and the Lucky Money
Money Saving, Spending and Investing Money Economics for Children
Money Schoolhouse Rock! Money Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Money Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Money The Difference Between Wants and Needs Economics Collection
Money Why We Use Money: Fisherman Who Needed a Knife
Producer Production Workers: And the Goods They Make Economics Collection
Producer Service Workers: And the Services They Provide Economics Collection
Technology History of Technology and Communications Our Modern U.S. History
Technology Learning to Read Maps/Latitude & Longitude/Maps for a Changing World
Technology Magic School Bus Gets Programmed Magic School Bus
Technology Mummies Made in Egypt Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Technology Sunken Treasure Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Technology Wall.E
Wants/Needs Choices, Choices, Choices Hand in Hand: The Ultimate Community Collection
4. What external factors help organisms survive?
  a. This means I can explain how external features affect organisms' ability to survive in its environment.
    Subject Title Series
Extinction All About Dinosaurs Animal Life for Children
Extinction All About Endangered and Extinct Animals Animal Life for Children
Habitats Adapting to Changes in Nature Concepts in Nature
Habitats All About Amphibians Animal Life for Children
Habitats Alphabet Zoo
Habitats Amphibians All About Animals
Habitats Animal Adaptations: Communication Science of Disney Imagineering
Habitats Animal Babies
Habitats Animal Habitats First Film
Habitats Animals of the Amazon Rainforest Alphabet Zoop
Habitats At Home With Zoo Animals Animals Around You
Habitats Beetles Bug City
Habitats Butterflies and Moths Bug City
Habitats Crickets, Grasshoppers and Friends Bug City
Habitats Deer Disney's Animal World
Habitats Ecosystems and Habitats Science Clips for Children
Habitats Is This a House for Hermit Crab? Reading Rainbow Science
Habitats J.J. the Gray Whale/So You Think You Know Dolphins
Habitats Just Ducky
Habitats Koalas
Habitats Let's Explore: Down By the Water Let's Explore
Habitats Lions Disney's Animal World
Habitats Magic School Bus Gets Swamped Magic School Bus
Habitats Magic School Bus Getting Energized Magic School Bus
Habitats Magic School Bus Goes to Muscle Beach Magic School Bus
Habitats Magic School Bus Hops Home Magic School Bus
Habitats Magic School Bus Spins a Web Magic School Bus
Habitats Mountains: A First Film First Film
Habitats Ocean Life Reading Rainbow Favorites
Habitats People in the City My Neighborhood, My Community
Habitats People in the Country My Neighborhood, My Community
Habitats Polar Ice Biomes for Students
Habitats Reptiles All About Animals
Habitats Sam and the Sea Cow Reading Rainbow Science
Habitats Snakes Disney's Animal World
Habitats Spiders and Scorpions Bug City
Habitats Stellaluna Reading Rainbow Science
Habitats The Antarctic Animal Homes
Habitats The Big Zoo Big Adventures
Habitats The Salamander Room Reading Rainbow Science
Survival Adaptations Nature of Living Things
Survival All About Animal Adaptations Animal Life for Children
Survival All About Bugs Animal Life for Children
Survival All About Deserts and Grasslands Ecosystems for Children
Survival Characteristics of Plants Science Clips for Children