You see before you everything a Grade Two kid needs to know. Actually considerably more than a Grade Two kid needs to know, counting the other books that are here and there around the place, and the separate shelf of A/V stuff - DVDs and audiobooks. I figure we are set for a few years, barring the odd workbook and some different math texts.
I can see that this poor little $70 Canadian Tire particle-board jobbie is having trouble coping with the Science and Socials. I think some actual wood might be in order for next year.
My friend, a primary teacher, laments the tendency of the lazy homeschool parent to simply "throw the book at the kid". I would contend that it mostly depends on which book and how many.