WEEK 7 AGENDA

October 5th-9th

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Picture Day is Tuesday, October 6th*


*Conferences are Monday, October 12th .Please check your email for conference sign up.


*Field Day is Friday, October 30th*


*If you pick up your child from walker, please remember to bring your orange signs. We do this for safety reasons so we know the students are going home with the person they should be going home with. Thank you!*

This Week...

READ 100 MINUTES A WEEK. IT IS SUGGESTED THE STUDENTS READ 20 MINUTES A NIGHT FOR 5 NIGHTS. Students may have homework coming home throughout the week from small group Champs.


Monday- Field Day t-shirt order forms due.


Tuesday- Mrs. Adair's Library Day. PICTURE DAY!


Wednesday- Mrs. Buchmiller's Library Day.


Thursday- Ms. Ballenger's Library Day.


Friday- Mrs. Zembower's Library Day.

Wear your favorite spirit wear.


Weekend- Have a Fabulous weekend :) NO SCHOOL MONDAY, CONFERENCE DAY!

SUGGESTED APPS TO DOWNLOAD AT HOME

BABBLE: practice with typing, word recognition, and reading.


MATH NINJA- practice math facts. You can choose the operation you would like to practice.

WHAT ARE WE LEARNING ABOUT THIS WEEK??

MATH: Comparing & Ordering Numbers to 1,200. Problem Solving & finding patterns.


SCIENCE: Finishing: How can we teach students about the Earth’s features and resources? Students will show their learning this week by creating a project to share with future Earth Experts.


Starting: Over the next few weeks, students will be working to answer the question: Does weather really impact choices people make?

Throughout this unit, students will show their learning by:

· measuring and recording detailed observations of the weather

· describing and comparing types of weather

· creating a model of the water cycle

· communicating information about the weather and seasons

We know a strong partnership with you will make a great difference in your child’s education. You can support your child’s learning by talking with your child about this unit and encouraging her/him to ask questions and think hard.

We are looking forward to our second graders embarking on their journey of learning!


LANGUAGE ARTS/SOCIAL STUDIES: Review Week. Reviewing concepts from the past 5 weeks.