2nd Grade Scoop


Celebration of the Arts

Celebration of the arts at Barnes and Noble in Southlake is taking place TONIGHT from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and TOMORROW from 10:00-12:00 p.m.! We look forward to seeing you there!


Holiday Luncheon

Parents, we hope to see you at our Holiday luncheon on Friday, December 11th! Second grade will be in the dining room from 10:45-11:15. Please send in your RSVP as soon as possible so we can count you in.



This week in math, we continued reading the time. Students were able to read and write times a quarter past the hour on analog and digital clocks. They were also introduced to the notation a.m. to describe the time between midnight and midday and p.m. to describe time between midday and midnight. They worked with times in five-minute intervals past the hour. Next week, they’re going to represent, compare, decompose, and write three-digit numbers with zeros and teens, such as 504 and 517. The newsletter for module 5 has more examples of what your child is going to learn.

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Scoot Game: Students rotated to different tables, and they had to read the analog clock and recorded on their sheet. They loved it and were engaged the entire time!


This week in Science we have been observing the phases of the moon. In addition, we have also been learning about the stars. We have learned about the constellations, colors and sizes of stars! This moon unit has been fun! Here are the essential questions we answered this week.

1. Does the night sky always look the same? What things change?

2. How does the appearance of the Moon change during the month?

3. Why does the Moon appear to change?

Readers Workshop

This week in Reader's Workshop we incorporated social studies and read nonfiction texts that focused on cultural celebrations around the world. As we read, we practiced asking relevant questions to record our wonderings and what we learned.

Writer's Workshop

In Writer's Workshop, we took the information that we learned about the cultural celebrations to plan out an expository writing piece. We used the NISD expository framework to plan the topic, main idea, and details.
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Social Studies

Social studies has been taught through reading and writing this week. In order to record all of the information that we have learned in a passport to show the countries and the celebrations we studied!