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What's happening in the weeks to come......
Classroom Shopping ListIf you're able....we're always in need of a few items to help supplement those the school provides. Generic brands are fine.Paper Towels
Card stock paper in assorted colors
Math fact fluencyThroughout the year students are assessed on math fact fluency. Common Core Standards require students to recite math facts with automaticity. Using the Mastering Math Fact Program, I will start students with Addition and move through subtraction, multiplication then division throughout the year.
Homework is due on the assigned date unless yourchild has a note from home.The intention of homework is to practice the skills learned that day. The students' performance on homework is used to help plan instruction the next day.Please keep me informed if you feel the homework is too challenging or too easy!A typical week of homework includes:Reading: 20 minutes plus completion of the Reading Log, which is due back signed on Friday.Math: Monday-Wednesday with occasional work on Thursday. Completion of challenge work is optional and encouraged.
Missing Assignments will be noted on your child's weekly update
In Reading Workshop.....Students are setting reading goals to build stamina and improve reading habits during independent reading time. Slowly we will add word work and partner reading routines to the mix.
Students are exploring ways writers create ideas for writing. Personal Narratives and use of dialogue will be noted.In Math Workshop......
Students are reviewing place value skills from second grade and expanding those to include thousand, ten thousand and hundred thousand place values. They are comparing numbers and learning to write their names in word form.
In Word Study....Students are noticing interesting words in order to build vocabulary. We read, The Boy Who Loves Words by Roni Schotter and explored authors can use word-choice to paint pictures in the heads of readers.
In ScienceStudents have taken on a challenge to build a crossword puzzle with every student's name using the Engineering Design Process. Of course they didn't know what this design process was, but they were using it nonetheless!
ScheduleMonday LibraryTuesday MusicWednesday ArtThursday CommuterFriday Phys.ed
Have fun!Fun Brain
Kids can enjoy brain teasing games.Math Fact Cafe
Kids have fun practicing math facts.Raz-kids
Using your child's reading level find just the right books for your child to read.Scholastic Books
Parents can help kids practice reading and comprehension skills on this fun filled site.Spelling City
Kids can play games while practicing spelling skills.Connect Ed
Use student user name and password provided from schoolhttp://xtramath.org/signin/student
Xtramath.org allows your child to practice math facts automaticity. A few minutes a day is all that is needed.Math-IXL
Math Facts, Money, Time, GeometryNational Geographic Ocean Activities
Ocean Activities - games, videos, and informationOcean Creatures
Classify and sortPaws for Reading
Scholastic Reading Program - for every 20 minutes your child reads, Scholastics will donate 1 book to a child in need.Reading Raz-Kids
User name nelaineaScholastic Book Club Online Ordering
Click on PLACE BOOK CLUB ORDER.
Click on South Grafton Elementary then Second Grade