October is very exciting for Second Grade. We are preparing for our All Saint’s Celebration which will be held at the 1:00 Mass on Friday, October 30.
The students learned all about different communities and the difference between them. They drew awesome pictures and talked about their favorite community.
In ELA students wrote a Personal Narrative about an experience they had during the summer. They wrote creative stories using excellent descriptive words to keep the reader interested.
In Math, the students are learning how to show 2-digit numbers in different ways.
We are looking forward to Halloween and all that Fall has in store for us.
Lang. Arts: Write a sentence for Amazing Words on the document provided in Google Classroom.
Writing: This week you will practice writing a “realistic story”. A realistic story is made up, but it is about something that could take place. Read the story on pg. 232 “The Seed Surprise” in the reader’s and Writer’s workbook as an example of the type of writing that is assigned this week.
This week’s writing prompt: Think about creative ideas that lead to surprises. Now write a realistic story about a character whose creative idea leads to a surprise.
Remember: Key Features of Realistic Fiction:
Math: Homework pgs. 567-568
Science: Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day! I have assigned some fun activities. Complete the assigned earth day activities in Google Classroom.
Math: workbook pgs. 569-570
Lang. Arts: Write a sentence for the Amazing Words provided on the document in Google Classroom.
Reading/Language Arts: Unit 3- Week 4 Rosa and Blanca We will have a Google meets on Wednesday. If your LAST name starts with A-P, we will meet on Wed. April 22 at 9:30-10:15. AM. If your LAST name starts with R-V, we will meet at 10:30- 11:15 to read “Rosa and Blanca.”
Spelling Words (Vowel Pattern i,ie, igh, y)
find bright right cry child wild flight blind sky fly spider myself
High Frequency Words
alone half youngest buy many daughters their
abundant generous efficient forever assist dismay beam situation
This week we will read, write, and learn about creative ideas leading to surprises.
Lang. Arts: Workbook pg. 233
Math: Lesson 8.6 Measure in Inches and Feet
Essential Question: Why is measuring in feet different from measuring in inches? Workbook pgs. 571-573. You most likely do not have blackboards and bulletin boards at home, so substitute them for a refrigerator and stove.
Science: Check Google Classroom for scheduled assignments.
Comprehension: Use the document in Google Classroom to answer the Critical Thinking Questions.
Lang. Arts: Workbook pg. 235 More About Verbs
Math: Do workbook pgs. 575-576
Spelling: Write a sentence for the Amazing Words posted in Google Classroom. Complete Compound Words worksheet sent home.
Comprehension: Complete the Venn Diagram posted in google classroom and submit.
Math: Complete the Chapter 7 test ON YOUR OWN and submit.
Social Studies: Read pgs. 132-133 Meet Linda Alvarado” Do Think and Share with your parents. Read pgs. 134-137 Countries trade and Move Goods. Discuss ques. “What did you learn?” with your parents. Do workbook pg. 33.
DUE THURSDAY: Unit 3 Social Studies Project (see directions in Googleclassrooom).
Test is also scheduled forFriday. I am hoping you will let you child do this test on their own unless they need something read to them. PLEASE do not give or hint any answers!
Spelling: Write a sentence for the Amazing Words posted in Google Classroom. Workbook pg. 226.
Writing: Read textbook pgs. 446-447 This is an example of a “Narrative Poem”. Each line is a sentence. Pick out words that rhyme. Read the Key Features of a Narrative Poem on the side of pg. 446. Now, read the two poems on pages 448 and 449 as examples of poetry.
Use page 224 in your Reader’s and Writer’s workbook to gather ideas for your Narrative Poem. To plan a poem, you will write your ideas in sentences. In a short narrative poem, every sentence needs to help tell part of the story. You want to put important parts of the story into your main plan.
In the beginning, introduce your main character so the reader will know something about him/her. Don’t use too many characters. Keep it simple. Use this chart only to plan. Do not write the whole poem.
Social Studies: Read pgs. 138-139 “Bartering Goods and Services”.
Check out the video. Go google classroom and click on Social Studies in the sidebar.
Math: Chapter 8: Chapter Essential Question: What are some of the methods and tools that can be used to estimate and measue length? Workbook pg. 538 “Show What You Know”. “Vocabulary Builder” pg. 539. and pages 541-543.
Writng: Gather your ideas from you Narrative Poem Chart and write a poem using those ideas. Use the document I provided in googleclassrom to write it. Remember to rhyme the last word on some of the verses. This is due FRIDAY.
Math: Workbook pgs.544-546 watch video I attached in googleclassroom under “Math”.
Grammar: verbs for present, past, and future. Complete the worksheet in google classroom (ELA)
Writing: Narrative Poem is due tomorrow.
Math: Workbook pgs. 547-549 Watch video in google classroom
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