Topic outline

  • Swim into Second Grade with Miss Young!

            

  • Upcoming Events

    February 14 - Valentine's Day Party!

    February 15 - No School - Teacher In-service

    February 18 - No School - Presidents Day

    March 8 - Bakery Bingo/Art Auction

    March 12 - 2nd Grade Wax Museum 6:30-7:15

    March 19 - 3rd Quarter Reading Counts Party

    • Weekly Homework

      Monday: Spelling Activity

      Tuesday: Vocabulary Activity

      Wednesday: Complete math page

      Thursday: Grammar Activity

      Friday: Have a great weekend!

      • Reading

        Our whole group reading instruction each week will focus on a story from our reading books.  With this story, we work on spelling words, vocabulary, language skills and writing.  You will find the week's story title at the top of your child's word list that comes home on Mondays.

        This year we will also be using ideas from The Daily Five and CAFE for small group and one-on-one reading instruction.  Click on the website below for more information!

        Scholastic Reading Counts is a web-based quiz program that we will be using to increase comprehension.  Books from our classroom and the elementary library are labeled based on a points system.  Each quarter, the children will be given a goal of a certain amount of reading counts points to earn.  They can earn these points by reading books and passing quizzes on the school computers.  See the website below for a list of books and their point values.

      • Math

        In addition to regular homework each night, please encourage your son/daughter to take a few minutes to practice basic addition and subtraction facts.

        The websites below have fun math games to help you practice!

      • Calamity Days 6, 7, & 8

        No School Today!  This is our third day of "Blizzard Bag" make ups.

        Today's assignment is to practice this week's spelling words on Spelling City. Choose the list titled How are kids around the world different?

        Also, please study for the unit 5 math test. The study guide is attached below. 

        If you need more to keep busy, you can always listen to stories on Bookflix(user: vanburen, pass: knights), practice math facts using the Math Magician links in the Math section above, count handfuls of coins and/or read a good book!

        Enjoy the day off!