In Year 2, children become more independent. They build a sense of confidence as they take on new roles and responsibilities. They also start to interact with peers in more mature ways and learn to monitor their emotions., and they benefit from first-hand experiences that allow them to investigate and understand the world around them.
“I’ve handpicked our most popular apps, tech, and family resources to support the growing interests of your school-going child. Practice fundamentals and support their expanding knowledge in fun, interactive ways.”
- Jody Sherman LeVos, PhD., Director of Learning
Featured Topics for Year 2 Development
Global eats! Laddoo
Kids from all over the world love sweets. Cook up this traditional Indian recipe with your kids to give them a taste of another culture.
Are video games bad for kids?
In an age where kids as young as two are gaming, parents are wondering, “Is it OK for my child to play video games?”