2nd Grade Online and In-Person Tutoring
As your child enters Second Grade, a sense of pride often follows them. First Grade provided them with many opportunities to develop new skills in the classroom, unlike in their younger years. For example, reading is an enormous sense of achievement for young students who have just started to relax in a formal environment of structured learning. Second Grade also provides more collaborative work with peers, such as STEM and other project-based learning. Second Grade is the next new level of combined structure and unstructured learning, which can leave a learner who found First Grade complicated feeling frustrated with their Second Grade school experiences.
Tutoring and Focus Subjects 2nd Grade
Phonics and Reading
Our experienced reading tutors will begin with teaching phonics, necessary reading skills, vocabulary, and spelling.
Our experienced writing tutors understand the power of writing. They foster within their students the abilities to organize their thoughts and build the skills needed to write clear and concise descriptions, narratives, and informative sentences and paragraphs.
Spelling and Vocabulary
Our experienced tutors focus on how words are spelled and pronounced and then focus on the meaning of the words by using them in context.
Our experienced tutors will develop their student’s abilities to understand, relate, and connect numbers. With a healthy ‘Number Sense,’ children can think flexibly and fluently about numbers.
Our experienced tutors will develop reading comprehension skills in their students to understand and interpret what they have read, decode what they read, make connections between what they read and what they already know, and think deeply about what they have read.
Our experienced tutors include problem-solving skills in sessions with their students. Problem-solving strategies can help with subjects like math, reading, and writing and help them develop excellent social skills. Problem-solving teaches kids to stop and think before they act.
Our experienced tutors seek out imaginative ways to include critical thinking skills by encouraging their students to ask questions, promote decision-making, encourage partner work in classroom discussions, and learn from others’ different viewpoints.
Our experienced tutors focus on two key areas to build a strong math foundation. First, we look to fill any gaps that need to be relearned. Second, we work to help your child learn and master new math concepts.