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Due Date: 1/18/2019
Subject: 2nd Grade

Week of 1/14-1/18

 

ELA (English Language Arts) –includes reading, writing and grammar

The Student Will:

 

Who, what , when, where, why, and how questions
Author's purpose
Author's point
Compare and Contrast
Biographies
•Irregular past tenseVerbs

 

 

Math

•      Identify values, counting coin combos up to $1.00, solve word problems using coin combinations up to $1.00.

 

 

Vocabulary

occasionally- once in a while not very often

 

encourage-give someone confidence (belief in himself or herself) by praising or helping the person

 

disapprove- not agree with or think it is wrong

 

approve- agree with or think it is good or right

 

insist- demand or ask something very firmly

 

create- make something new

 

predict- say what you think will happen in the future

 

fabulous- wonderful or terrific

 

 

Spelling Words-

Starting this week students will also have to write a sentence with 2 spelling words. The sentence has to have at least 5 words and have no errors. (spelling or punctuation)

too

new

rule

food

school

true

blue

heart

own

road

home

show

old

most

only

told

few

choose

 


 

Homework

Homework packet will go home on Monday and will be due on Friday.

Study spelling words
Study vocabulary words
Read daily
  Practice on IXL math-

 




weekly skills
Due Date: 1/18/2019
Subject: 2nd Grade

Week of 1/14-1/18

 

ELA (English Language Arts) –includes reading, writing and grammar

The Student Will:

 

Who, what , when, where, why, and how questions
Author's purpose
Author's point
Compare and Contrast
Biographies
•Irregular past tenseVerbs

 

 

Math

•      Identify values, counting coin combos up to $1.00, solve word problems using coin combinations up to $1.00.

 

 

Vocabulary

occasionally- once in a while not very often

 

encourage-give someone confidence (belief in himself or herself) by praising or helping the person

 

disapprove- not agree with or think it is wrong

 

approve- agree with or think it is good or right

 

insist- demand or ask something very firmly

 

create- make something new

 

predict- say what you think will happen in the future

 

fabulous- wonderful or terrific

 

 

Spelling Words-

Starting this week students will also have to write a sentence with 2 spelling words. The sentence has to have at least 5 words and have no errors. (spelling or punctuation)

too

new

rule

food

school

true

blue

heart

own

road

home

show

old

most

only

told

few

choose

 


 

Homework

Homework packet will go home on Monday and will be due on Friday.

Study spelling words
Study vocabulary words
Read daily
  Practice on IXL math-