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10/22/18 - 10/26/18
Due Date: 10/22/2018
Subject: 2nd Grade

 

Classroom Schedule

7:10 – 7:25 Café/ Gym                    11:05 – 11:15 Health         

7:25 – 7:45 Morning Work            11:15 – 11:40 Lunch

7:45 – 8:00 ELA                                 11:40 – 12:20 ELA

8:00 – 8:30 Groups                         12:20 – 12:40 Recess

8:30 – 9:55 ELA                                 12:40 – 1:10 Science/SS

9:55 – 10:35 Activity                        1:10 – 2:40 Math

10:35 – 11:05 ELA                              2:40 Dismissal

 

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE

Monday – Music                         Thursday - Computer

Tuesday – P.E. (Tennis Shoes)         Friday – Library

Wednesday – Art                              

Important Dates!

10/23 – PTA Meeting @6:00

10/24 – Wear Orange!! National Bullying Unity Day!

10/25 – Make-Up Picture Day!

10/26 – PJ/Hat Day! Bring $1!

10/30 – Halloween Treats Due!

10/31 – Book Character Parade! Dress as your favorite book character!! Bring your book with you if possible!

 

Assessments this week:

Spelling Test, Math Timed Test, Math Quiz/Test (Time), Vocabulary Test (Mon.), Reading Comp. Test

 

                                                           

 

 

Parents:

·         Remember to read your Reading Folder Book every night. Please keep the folder in backpacks daily, and turn it in to me on Friday.     Students must answer the quiz pages, but the discussion cards are just to help you talk about the book.     Written responses for the discussion will begin after Christmas.

·         Epic! is the online reading program we will be using in class this year. You should be able to click the ‘Class Code’ option to the right of the sign-in screen and enter our code to access our class and then select your student’s profile. Our Code is: dgd8043

·         IXL Math is ready to go! Log-in info. is taped in the orange folders. Each week I will assign a few IXL lessons to be completed throughout the week.     ALL students will have opportunities during each school day to work on these lessons AT SCHOOL, but you are welcome to work on them and MORE at home. J

·         There are no checkouts after 2:00pm in the afternoons.

 

Contact Info:

Remind: to join - text the message: @e8hae6 (Be sure to include the @ symbol.) To: 81010

Phone: 662-429-9117             Email: Candace.white@dcsms.org

 

Spotlight Students:

·         Tests will be given on Thursday this week.

 

What’s Happening??

Subject

Objectives

 

Reading

RI 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, L 2.4a

Answer Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How questions about nonfiction text using details from the text, identify the main idea and supporting details of a text, describe how words/phrases supply meaning to an informational text, use context clues in a text to understand unknown words.

 

Writing

Visualizing to get ideas, Creative Writing Halloween Project

Grammar

Noun Review: Singular/Plural, Collective, Common/Proper

 

Math

2.MD.7 (Continued)

Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

 

Spelling

** Review Week: Only 13 of these words will be on the test.

next, ask, left, just, tops, tells, stops, helps, it’s, didn’t, that’s, then, these, made, use, like, time, makes, five, lines, two, to, there, were, has, she, some, come, says, be, I’ll, I’m, their, from, who, goes, love, off, once, son, since, soft, scratch, prince, length, breaks, match, gold, soon, eggs, Wednesday, tree, page, phone, late, gave, change, clothes, life, Thursday

 

Vocabulary

New Words (NOT ON THIS TEST):

dull – not bright, colorful or shiny; boring, or not interesting or exciting

solid – hard and firm

mushy – soft and wet like mush

slurp – eat or drink something in a noisy way

 

Old Words for this week’s MAKEUP test on MONDAY:

shimmer – shine with a soft twinkling light

vanish – disappear

expand – grow bigger

stream – steady flow or movement of something

teamwork – work of a team, or group, that is acting together to get something done

damp – a little wet

regularly – doing something a lot and often at the same time or in the same way

gleam – glow or shine

 

Science/Social Studies

Observe and discuss the Sun, Moon, and stars

 

Homework:

For the Week: IXL Math

Lessons: Q.2, Q.3, Q.6, Q.7 (continued)

10/23 – Math Sheet     10/25 – ELA Sheet

Class Wish List:

Thank you in advance if you are able to help out!

Candy (any kind) for our treat bucket and colored copy paper

 

 



10/1/18 - 10/5/18
Due Date: 10/1/2018
Subject: 2nd Grade

 

Classroom Schedule

7:10 – 7:25 Café/ Gym                    11:05 – 11:15 Health         

7:25 – 7:45 Morning Work            11:15 – 11:40 Lunch

7:45 – 8:00 ELA                                 11:40 – 12:20 ELA

8:00 – 8:30 Groups                         12:20 – 12:40 Recess

8:30 – 9:55 ELA                                 12:40 – 1:10 Science/SS

9:55 – 10:35 Activity                        1:10 – 2:40 Math

10:35 – 11:05 ELA                              2:40 Dismissal

 

Assessments this week:

Spelling Test, Vocabulary Test (Tuesday 10/2!), Math Timed Test, Math Quiz (Picture/Bar Graphs)

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE

Monday – Music                         Thursday - Computer

Tuesday – P.E. (Tennis Shoes)         Friday – Library

Wednesday – Art                              

Important Dates!

10/1 – Wear Blue!! World Stomp-out Bullying Day!

10/4 – Wear Pink!! Breast Cancer Awareness Day!

10/8 – Columbus Day Holiday! NO SCHOOL!

10/8 – 10/12 – Spirit Week! M-no school, Tu-Mismatch Day!, W- Color War! Wear BLUE!, Th- Career Day!, F- Black & Gold

10/9 – Report Cards!

10/24 – Wear Orange!! National Bullying Unity Day!

10/26 – PJ/Hat Day! Bring $1!

10/31 – Book Character Parade! Dress as your favorite book character!!

                                                              

 

 

Parents:

·         Take-Home Reading Folders have begun! Yay! These will come home every Monday and are due back, completed, every Friday. Please keep these folders in backpacks daily so that when I pull my groups we can work on the book from the folder. Students must answer the quiz pages, but the discussion cards are just to help you talk about the book. Written responses for the discussion will begin after Christmas.

·         Epic! is the online reading program we will be using in class this year. You should be able to click the ‘Class Code’ option to the right of the sign-in screen and enter our code to access our class and then select your student’s profile. Our Code is: dgd8043

·         IXL Math is ready to go! Log-in info. is taped in the orange folders. Each week I will assign a few IXL lessons to be completed throughout the week.     ALL students will have opportunities during each school day to work on these lessons AT SCHOOL, but you are welcome to work on them and MORE at home. J

·         There are no checkouts after 2:00pm in the afternoons.

Contact Info:

Remind: to join - text the message: @e8hae6 (Be sure to include the @ symbol.) To: 81010

Phone: 662-429-9117

Email: Candace.white@dcsms.org

 

Spotlight Students:

·         Please be sure to send $ for spotlight field trip in your child’s spotlight folder soon.

·         All Tests will be taken Thursday. (Vocab. Test will be on Tuesday 10/2!)

 

What’s Happening??

Subject

Objectives

 

Reading

Review Week! Focus will be on identifying and using text features and context clues.

RI 2.1, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, L 2.4a (continued)

Answer Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How questions about nonfiction text using details from the text, identify and describe nonfiction text features, describe the author’s purpose of different texts (Persuade, Inform, Entertain = P.I.E.), use details to support the author’s points, use context clues in a text to understand unknown words.

 

Writing

Compete a published personal narrative

Grammar

Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns

 

Math

2.MD.10, 2.G.1

 

Construct picture and bar graphs using a single unit scale with up to four categories and solve problems using the graphs within 20, Shapes and attributes

 

Spelling

made, these, like, use, from, their, goes, who, it’s, didn’t, that’s, then, says, be, I’ll, I’m, phone, page, gave, late

 

Vocabulary

Make-up vocab. Test on 10/2!

All 12 of these words on test. No other new vocab for this week.

 

fragile – easily broken

sip – drink something slowly, swallowing only small amounts

picky – hard to please; likes only certain things

attract – get the attention of people or animals and cause them to come closer.

Old Words for the this Tuesday’s test:

variety – many different kinds

characteristics – something that describes a person or thing

consume – eat or drink something; to use something up

unwelcome – not wanted

prepare – get ready to do something or make something ready

embarrass – make someone feel ashamed of uncomfortable

grip – hold something very tightly

huddle – move in close to someone or crowd together in a tight group

 

Science/Social Studies

Observe and discuss the Sun, Moon, and stars

 

Homework:

For the Week: IXL Math

Lessons: R.1, R.2, R.8

10/2 – Math Sheet            10/4 – ELA Sheet

Class Wish List:

Thank you in advance if you are able to help out!

Candy (any kind) for our treat bucket and colored copy paper