Second Grade Rock Stars
Our Highlights: What We've Been Rockin' At!
What a busy week! We finished up most of our assessments, dove right into telling time and elapsed time, learned more about biographies, and we had fun with author's purpose and non-fiction text features. We have also began working on writing a really good 11 sentence paragraph, which is a great beginning to a very specific, evidence enhancing, way of learning and breaking down a great paragraph. We will be learning more about it this week, practicing it, and using it to help make a great persuasive paragraph about a book recommendation. Next week we will also be diving into the character traits of the person who we chose to write our biography on. I'm looking forward to another great and busy week ahead!
Read to Someone
Working on fluency, expression, and pausing at just the right moments.
Word Work and Working on Writing
Phonics, non-fiction text features, and creating a story around time.
Leveled Work reading and phonics on the computers
Rockin' and Rollin' into Next Week!
Reading: Non-Fiction Text Features, Character Traits, Biographies, Valid and Relevant Resources
Writing: Non-Fiction Text Features, Organizing Research, Developing a Biography
Grammar: Past Tense and Irregular Verbs
Social Studies: People that Made a Difference
Spelling: Review words and discuss common errors
Life Trait: Habit #5: Seek first to understand, then to be understood. (I listen to other people's ideas and feelings. I try to see things from their viewpoints. I listen to others without interrupting. I am confident in voicing my ideas. I look people in the eyes when speaking and listening.)
Next on tour: Upcoming Events
- 3/08- Maestro Coffee Art Show
- 3/09- Daylight Savings Time: Spring Forward One Hour!
- 3/10- WAVE Meeting 6:30pm on DP Campus
- 3/13- WCS Board Meeting 6:30pm on PW Campus
- 3/14- Night Under the Stars
- 3/14- Favorite Colors Spirit Day
- 3/14- Pi Day!
- 3/14- Marking Period- End of 2nd Trimester
- 3/14- Coffee Social for Parents of 2nd-4th Graders at DP Campus
- 3/17-3/20- Parent Teacher Conferences
- 3/19-3/21- Early Out Days
- 3/24- Soup and Stories Night
Challenge of the Week
What would 180 cents be in dollar form?
Remember: The Challenge of the Week is accepted any day throughout the week for a chance to use the computers after lunch!
Don't forget to all see Mrs. Battin's Math Monday Problem! Turn her problem in Monday morning before school.
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