page contents

Hello Mrs. Petkovich's 2nd Grade Gators!


Click here to view my Meet and Greet Video and Powerpoint:




 Meet and Greet Petkovich.MOV



During this time away from school, you can gain access to the resources and programs that I have listed to the left, as well as in the links below.  



Spelling/Vocabulary:  (These are the study guides for the weeks we have missed or will miss. Students can practice the spelling and vocabulary words. )



 **Module 4 Lessons 7-11 Study Guide


  **Module 4 Lessons 12-16 Study Guide


**Module 4 Lessons 17-21 Study Guide


**Module 4 Lessons 22-26 Study Guide


**Module 4 Lessons 27-30 Study Guide


Timed Reading Passages (I have the next 3 timed reading passages posted to the links below so your child can practice their fluency each day).


**Unit 6 Lessons 6-10 Timed Reading Fluency Passage


**Unit 6 Lessons 11-15 Timed Reading Fluency Passage


**Unit 6 Lessons 16-20 Timed Reading Fluency Passage




Teach Your Monster to Read (if needed, “Star” code is 1719388)


Parent login to the CKLA Teacher Resources site (English and Spelling)

**We use the 2nd edition**


Username: CKLAparentCOVID19

Password: CKLAparentCOVID19



When you login to this website, you will be able to access your child's "War of 1812" reader to download digitally.  Scroll down and click:  Explore Instructional Materials    .....Next click: 2nd grade


 Next click Skills 6.  It is green with an anchor on it.  Here you will find the reader and all materials. 


We just began Skills 6.





The username and password for the FREE Digital resources are:

Username:  Learning20

Password: Clifford




class code: qzg6515


Reading (Wit and Wisdom) 

Starting 3/18 they will have free, daily recorded lessons




Prodigy (Math)

Class Code:  EFD3D5  (only if needed)

Students have their own username and password.



Math (Eureka)

Starting 3/18 they will have free, daily recorded lessons




Mystery Science


Go Noodle

Here are some ideas to help keep your child actively learning.  



-read books (ask them questions about what they read)

-practice sight words

-creative writing (Ideas: They can write about books they've read.  Students have also written informative paragraphs and personal narratives in class. They can keep a daily journal.)

-basic handwriting practice

-Practice basic Math facts

Most importantly, I want everyone to stay safe and healthy!
Please stay in touch via Remind or email.  



 If you have any questions or need to talk with me to help me to  better understand and educate your child, please email me at .

Thank You, Mrs. Petkovich