*I advise all students only to move forward to the next lesson once they have mastered the lesson they are working on.*

Worksheets can be found in the following links:

**Abacus:**

**These worksheets start with Lesson 3. There are no worksheets associated with the first two lessons. This link opens a Google Docs Folder. You do not need a Google account to access them.*

****Access the Abacus YouTube Playlist Here.**

**World Geography:**

**This link opens a Google Docs Folder. You do not need a Google account to access them.*

**Access the Youtube World Geography Playlist Here.

**Access the Youtube World Geography Playlist Here.

**Cursive:**

**This link opens a Google Docs Folder. You do not need a Google account to access them.*

****Access the Youtube Playlist Here.**

**Spelling:**

**This link opens a Google Docs Folder. You do not need a Google account to access them.*

**Science Projects & Lessons:**

**This link opens a Google Docs Folder. You do not need a Google account to access them.*

** There are two sheets to download per project

** There are two sheets to download per project

**Math:**

- Elementary Math 2nd Grade

(coming soon)

**History:**

- (coming sometime)

**English:**

- (coming sometime)

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