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Grade 2 - Summer Season

English Grade 2 Season 4 Summer

English Curriculum Grade 2 Season 4 Summer Math

Once upon a time, in a midnight, a goose, raised by an old couple, keeps gabbling. The old man and the old lady get up to check. They find out that the goose laid a golden egg.
The old lady says: Let’s sell it out tomorrow and we will get some money. The next day, the old man sells out the egg and buys some more food. The old man and the old lady are happy every day.
But the goose gives only one golden egg every day.
One day, the old lady says: The goose gives us only one egg every day. There must be many golden eggs inside her body. If we open her body, we can get some more golden eggs. So we can buy a new house, a new horse, a new barn and maybe a new field.
The old man kills the goose, but there is nothing inside. And the old man and the old lady don’t have any more golden eggs to sell out.
Don’t kill the goose that gives you the golden eggs.

As I went up the apple tree, all the apples fell on me.
Bake a pudding, bake a pie. Did you ever tell a lie?
Yes, I did, and many times. 1, 2, 3, and OUT goes he/she!

My mother called to me, and this is what she said:
Go down to the store and buy a loaf of bread. (repeat two times)
The storekeeper listened, and this is what he said:
Let's go to the baker, and get the loaf of bread. (repeat two times)
We talked to the baker, and this is what he said:
The miller has the flour, for to bake the bread. (repeat two times)
We went to the miller in his mill so neat.
Go down to the farmer for to get the wheat. (repeat two times)
We came to the farmer milking his cow.
He sent us to the blacksmith for to get a plough. (repeat two times)
The farmer ploughed the field,
The miller ground the wheat,
The baker made the dough,
The storekeeper wrapped it,
And gave it straight to me.
I took it home to mother, as proud as I could be!
(Create gestures and movements)

English Curriculum Grade 2 Season 4 Summer Nature

Ten little rabbits sitting on the hill The first two say: What did you see?
The next two say: A man with a dog. The next two say: Let's run. Let's run.
The next two say: Let's hide in the shade. The next two say: Why? We are not afraid.
And BANG... the 10 little rabbits run away...

Story of the Great Oak and the Reed
The great oak tree thinks he is the strongest Because he’s been there the longest
The sleeker reed, she knows much better For she can bend in stormy weather.
The wind it blew. The rain came lashing. And down the great oak tree came crashing.
The slender reed swayed in the weather And at the dawn, was stronger as ever.

Billy the bee, so happy is he. Among all the flowers, he spends many hours.

Poem: Eee, says the bee Aaa, says the star Ooo, says the gnome

Once I saw a little bird come hop, hop, hop And I said: Will you stop? Stop? Stop?
I went to the window saying How do you do But he shook his little tail and he flew.

I like the flowers, I like the daffodils, I like the mountains, I like the rolling hills,
I like the fires, when the lights are low. Shoo bi doo, shoo bi doo, shoo bi doo wow !

The sun is in my heart, He warms me with his power
And wakens life and love In bird and beast and flower.

O Dandelion, yellow as gold, What do you do all day?
I just wait here in the tall, green grass Till the children come to play.
O Dandelion, yellow as gold, What do you do all night?
I wait and wait till the cool dews fall And my hair grows long and white.

Lots of animals come from eggs, Some with fins and some with legs,
Some that chatter and some that cheep, Some that fly and some that creep,
Some that slither and some that run, Some with feathers and some with none,
Animal eggs can be quite small, Or just as big as a tennis ball.
The animals here, they are quite a few Hatch from eggs and lay them too.

Spirits of fire, come to us! We will kindle a fire!
Spirits of fire, come to us! We will kindle a fire!
We will kindle a fire, dance the magic circle round.
We will kindle a fire, dance the magic circle round.

English Curriculum Grade 2 Season 4 Summer Language

Do all the good you can By all the ways you can In all the means you can
In all the places you can At all the times you can To all the people you can
As long as ever you can + writing on the black board

I (can) see the sun. The sun (can) see(s) me.
I (can) see the moon. The moon (can) see(s) me.
I (can) see the stars. The stars (can) see me.
I (can) see you. You (can) see me.

I thought I heard an old man say, O John Kanaka, naka, too-la-ay
Today, today is a sailing day O John Kanaka, naka, too-la-ay
(variation: Today is a holiday)

A sailor went to sea, sea, sea, To see what he could see, see, see
But all that he could see, see, see Was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea.

The cat sat on the mat. The cat was fat. The mat was flat. The fat cat sat on the flat mat.

As I went up the apple tree, All the apples fell on me;
Bake a pudding? Bake a pie? Did you ever tell a lie?
Yes, I did, and many times, O-U-T, out goes he/she.
Right in the middle of the deep blue sea.

Finger clapping:
When I was one I ate a bun, Going over the sea.
When I was two I buckled my shoe, / When I was three I banged my knee,
When I was four I shut the door, / When I was five I learned to jive,
When I was six I picked up sticks, / When I was seven I went to heaven,
When I was eight I learned to skate, / When I was nine I climbed a vine,
When I was ten I caught a hen,

The sun with loving light makes bright for me each day.
The soul with spirit power gives strength into my limbs.
In sunlight shining clear, I reverence, O God,
The strength of humankind, which thou, so graciously, Hast planted in my soul.
That I, with all my might, may love to work and learn
From thee comes light and strength, to thee rise love and thanks.