What's New In C2
A NOTE FROM OUR NURSE
As we wrap up our literacy focus on main idea and supporting details, we have learned how to infer the main idea and details in both fiction and non-fiction texts. Learners are doing a great job with this! Below you will find an image that you can use when reading with your child at home to continue practicing this skill.
Next week we will continue reading non-fiction texts to 'ask and answer such questions as who, what, when, where, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.' (RI 2.1)
Other things you can work on:
Identifying and using nouns, adjectives, verbs, and adverbs - This is a skill that gets practiced every week during mentor sentences.
Cursive- We have all officially begun teaching cursive! You can assist your child with this by helping them practice their lowercase letters at home!
Resources for Home
All learners have been working hard learning addition and subtraction. Please work with your child on the progression of adding and subtracting. Start by adding/subtracting within 100 and moving towards 1000. They also need to be able to know when they will need to regroup.
2.NBT.5: I can add and subtract two-digit numbers. (ex. 34+78 72-38)
2.NBT.6: I can add up to four 2-digit numbers. (ex. 23+45+89+17)
2.NBT.B.7 I can use strategies to add numbers within 1000 and know when to regroup. (ex. 367+892)
2.NBT.B.7 I can use strategies to subtract numbers within 1000 and know when to borrow. (ex. 612-398)
Other things you can work on:
Fact Fluency- Use flash cards, Front Row, or you can ask your child various single digit math facts
Money- knowing the value of each coin, learning to add them up
Time- to the nearest 5 minutes or minute (to the minute would be EVEN better to prepare them for 3rd!)
Below you will find some parent tips to support 2nd grade math and some FUN ideas you can do as a family.
Friday, February 2nd is the 100th Day of 2nd Grade!
We would love to have our learners dress up like they are 100 years old!
The BarnWhites Family
Field Trip Fun
Peer Read Alouds
Sharpening our subtraction skills with a partner math game!
Zoey is loving learning to write in cursive.
Learning about different landforms and getting ready to build our models.
A Trip Down to History Lane
Thank you Mrs. Stone for teaching us about the ecosystem!
Sharing is Caring
We've explored through American history, and finally got to share our part with our peers!
Everyone has their own process of working out a problem. We've got a chance to listen to many different options to solve an addition problem!
Field Trip Fun!
We had GREAT field trip to the Rosa Parks Museum and the Alabama Archives Museum!
NEW PATRIOT GEAR IS HERE!!! ❤️
Check out the link to our online store below! Deadline to place your order is Friday, February 2!! Orders will take 2-3 weeks to be processed & delivered.
Questions email: email@example.com
American Symbols Play Practice
Does Your Child Have A Part In The Play?
American Symbols Cast
Uncle Sam - Zaylon Johnson
Rose - Evie Knight
Bald Eagle #1 - Mary Handley Trotman
Bald Eagle #2 - Bailey Dees
Bald Eagle #3 - Crystal Burton
Bald Eagle #4 - Lakyn Anderson
Statue of Liberty - Milly Clare Dunnington
Pedestal for the Statue of Liberty - Ava Crane
Paparazzi #1 - Caiden Thomas
Paparazzi #2 - Isabella Chappel
White House - Caroline Duncan
Secret Service Agent #1 - Aiden James
Secret Service Agent #2 - Hudson Mann
Star Spangled Banner - Carly Vaughn
Washington Monument - Livia Dwyer
Fan of the Washington Monument #1 - Braylon Davis
Fan of the Washington Monument #2 - Ansley Crimi
Fan of the Washington Monument #3 - Madilyn Henley
Tomato Juice (official beverage of Ohio) - Natalie Coker
Praying Mantis (official insect of Connecticut) - Brady Adams
Strudel (official pastry of Texas) - Braylon Barker
U.S. Constitution - Aden Williams
Declaration of Independence - Jude Williams
*Please email your child's lead learner with any questions or comments you may have about your child's part.
Hoops for Heart
ATTENTION KINDERGARTEN, C1, AND C2!
Hoops for Heart kicks off this week at PRES! Last year, we raised over $5000 for the American Heart Association and came in 14th out of over 100 schools in our region! This year, we want to do even better. So, C-K, C1, and C2 parents are asked to register their C-K, C1, or C2 Learner online at heart.org/jump. Donations will be done online so the sooner your child registers, the sooner they can start collecting donations and earning prizes!
Lead Learner Wishlist
Mrs. Barner - Book Bins
Mrs. Davis - 5 q-tip storage containers, recess toys
Mrs. Franklin -http://a.co/3ZBnxQD
Miss Lee - http://a.co/hLoZLNt
Mrs. Moore - https://amzn.com/w/IEF5B4GF3FJ
Mrs. Steindorff - Snacks
Miss Whiten - https://amzn.com/w/1QO630RUM8FET
School Operating Hours
School Start Time: 8 AM
School End Time: 3 PM
Community 2 "Specials" Block:
12:29 - 1:14
Community 2 Lunch Block
Barner/Whiten: 11:05 - 11:30
Davis/Moore: 11:09 - 11:34
Steindorff/Lee: 11:13 - 11:38
Franklin: 11:17 - 11:42