In Grade Two, children study animal fables that characterize (often in extreme ways) individual human qualities – such as Anansi the Trickster - and legends of great people who sacrificed for the greater good. Second graders continue to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of arithmetic and literacy, further developing a repertoire of skills that were initially introduced in Grade One. Teachers continue to use movement, rhythm, and rhyme as a key instructional tool.
Main Lesson Books
Learm More About Waldorf Pedagogy
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