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2T Edison School * March 9th* Mrs. Tallman

2T Community

Family Scrapbook Pages will be a great way to share about our family culture! The pages can be one-sided or two-sided, your choice! Please return them by March 13th.


This week, we will ask, “What makes a character interesting?” First, we’ll read My Name is Gabriela, a biography of Gabriela Mistral. Gabriela is a girl who loved to read and became the first Latin American woman to win a Nobel Prize. We will also read a few poems from a collection of poetry in Poems About Reading and Writing. .

Target Vocabulary: accepted, express, fluttering, grand, pretend, prize, wonder, taught

Phonics Skills: Words with long e sound for y (sleepy); changing y to I (sleepier)

Spelling Words: pretty, baby, very, funny, many, lucky, only, noisy, penny, city, tiny, sorry, always, draw, soon ** glossary

Vocabulary Strategy: suffixes –y and -ful

Comprehension Skill: Understanding characters – tell more about the characters

Comprehension Strategy: Analyze/evaluate-tell how you feel about the text and why

How To Writing

This week we will draft a How To story using features studied in all How To books. We will continue to plan, revise, edit and write a How To piece of writing. We will share our writing with the class.


Lesson 7-7: Middle Value (Median) of a Set of Data

Ordering and comparing numbers

Collecting and organizing data

Finding the median of a data set using concrete materials

Key Vocabulary – median, middle value, sort

Lesson 7-8: Frequency Distributions

Ordering and comparing numbers

Collecting data and creating frequency tables, line plots, and bar graphs

Using concrete materials to find the median of a data set

Using graphs to answer questions and draw conclusions

Key Vocabulary – line plot

Unit 7 Math Test is Scheduled for Thursday, March 12th.

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to Hannah Gorrell! Hannah celebrated her birthday on March 8th.

Social Studies: Learn About People

The boys and girls will be introduced to four different cultures by listening to stories about different children and their families. The various cultural backgrounds will be explored and the students will learn that knowledge and ideas are passed from one generation to another through memories, experiences and from sharing traditions.

As a class, we will focus on two skills. The students will reading a bar graph and interpreting the information presented. They will also practice following a route on a map. Once a location is determined, the students will use a compass rose to decide the best direction to go and create an appropriate route.

Mark Your Calendars:

March 11th- Half day- Teacher Inservice

March 12th- Math Test

March 13th- End of Marking Period

March 27th- Spirit Day

March 27th- Character Counts Assembly

March 27th- Special Guy and Gal Social

March 27th- Report Card Day