WELCOME TO SECOND GRADE 2B
Welcome to 2B! We are so happy that you are part of our class. We are looking forward to a wonderful year of learning and having fun! We will grow and learn together as we strive and reach for the stars!!
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IXL Weekly Asignment
Due on: Monday, April 29, 2019
Math: Units of Measurement - S.4. - Customary units of length; word problems.
Language Arts Independent reading comprehension- V.1- Read and understand informational passages.
April 17, 2019
- Reading: review the new vocabulary and high frequency words. The weekly assessment is on Monday, April 29th, the day we get back from Easter break. Review the prefixes dis, un, and re, as well as antonyms. Refer to page 149 in the your turn book for examples of prefixes. The grammar and skills test will be on Tuesday, April 30th and will include punctuation, the suffixes er and est, prefixes, and combining and rearranging sentences.
- Please remember to return the your turn book.
- Please see your child's folder for the Iowa test results.
- We wish you a Happy and Blessed Easter! Have a wonderful and relaxing break and we will see you on Monday, April 29th.
- Please check and sign your child's homework book every day.
- Please make sure you have 3 sharpened pencils every day. Check periodically for missing supplies.
- All morning snacks must be healthy and nutritious. No cake, chips, cookies. or candy of any kind. All Remember all morning snacks must be nutritional. No nut products of any kind
- Please be reminded that for birthdays and class parties, no food or goody bags may be sent in. This is in an effort to protect our students with allergies. Thank you for your continued support.
Many adults have difficulty with understanding and navigating through the new common core math series. If you log onto the Go Math website, www.thinkcentral.com , you will have access to the math text book which will provide you with examples of the concepts being taught. This will also be an excellent reinforcement for your child.
Reading and Literacy
When you are reading with your child, “chunk” the story into a few short paragraphs at a time and ask questions regarding comprehension, details, and character analysis. This will enable them to read longer passages and their ability to comprehend will continue to improve. Encourage them to sound out words phonetically when they come to a word they are not familiar with.
Log onto the Wonders website often and read the stories with them, have them play the games, and take advantage of all the wonderful resources the program has to offer.
Together we can create students who are fluid readers as they develop a true love and passion for the art of reading!!