Mrs. Delbridge's Explorers
Auction Items Needed!!!
LAST WEEK !!!
Everyday this week will have a special theme. We are going to have some fun! I won't reveal all my plans, (because I want the kids to be surprised) but I will let you know what they need to bring!
Tuesday- Bring puzzles and/ or art supplies.
Wednesday - Ok... some classes are planning on eating pizza, we are NOT. Students can bring or buy lunch as usual. However, I promise they will be TREATed! Have them bring towel, sunglasses or hat. We will eat lunch, picnic style outside.
Thursday - Bring blanket and /or pillow and books. Auction will take place on this day!
Friday - Bring yearbook/ Item to sign and pens.
Thursday June 1- Learning Celebrations - 2nd Grade 1:00-130;
Friday June 2- LAST DAY!!! EARLY RELEASE!!!
NO MORE HOMEWORK!!!
Please continue to read each and every day, including summer!!! It is so important to reinforce the skills your child has achieved this school year. Have fun finding new books, making connections, and retelling facts and stories.
B day- Library
C day- PE
D day- Performing Arts (We are here Tuesday 5/30)
E day- PE
F day- Visual Arts
ACADEMIC FOCUS - FOURTH NINE WEEKS
LANGUAGE ARTS : Evaluating and Creating Ways to Persuade ; Exploring Procedures, One Step at a Time!
DRA Expectations - END OF 4TH NINE WEEKS
Level 28 Independent
Concepts from Units 21-27
Core Words 136-170
Measurement, Fractions & Multi-Digit Computation with Hungry Ants
Army Ants: Length in Metric Units
Ant Treats: Division & Fractions
Adding & Subtracting Three-Digit Numbers
Writing & Solving Story Problems
Measurement, Data & Multi-Digit Computation with Marble Rolls
Revisiting Place Value & Three-Digit Computation
Building Marble Rolls & Collecting Data
Collecting & Analyzing More Marble Roll Data
Understanding Our History and Culture
In this unit, students will examine the impact of significant events on the history of the community, as well as, the state and nation. Students begin to develop the concepts of time and chronology. Students will build on their understanding of the local community, state, and nation in order to identify and explain the importance of celebrations, landmarks, and works of art. Students will broaden their views of the communities to which they belong and the world to include state and nation.
Aquatic Habitats and Plants
Organisms and Environments