Frenchtown Academic News
for the week of May 23, 2016
Happy Birthday Frenchtown Friends!
May 24: Olive W.
May 26: Layla A.
May 27: Colby F. and Morgan V.
May 28: Tripp P.
Frenchtown’s Second Grade Moving On Ceremony
Second Grade Moving On Ceremony
Wednesday, June 15 th
at 9:15 am
Due to space limitations, we can only admit two guests per student. no siblings please.
In the classrooms:
-Grade 1 will continue to work with
The Hundred Chart for addition and subtracting groups of 10, and subtracting tens from two-digit numbers and using mental math to subtract tens.
-We are learning the value of money. Coins to start, pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
- Sorico 4.2 - Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. Read and write numerals to 120. Represent a number of objects with a written number. Add a two digit number and a one digit number within in 100 using models, drawings and strategies. Add a two digit number and a
Multiple of 10, within 100 using models,
drawings and strategies. Subtract multiples of 10 in the range 10 - 90 from multiples of 10 in the range 10 - 90.
- Unit 4.1 The first grade is enjoying Miss Nelson Is Back and Miss Nelson Has A Field Day, following the character through multiple stories and the surprize ending.
- Information writing. We are still learning to write a teaching book. Nonfiction writers teach with pictures as well as works.
Pebbles, Sand and Silt continues… We are working with River Rocks, exploring sand and silt. Sand often contains smaller particles called silt. We’ll be using water to sort the sizes of earth materials. Concluding with the science story, The Story Of Sand.
Second graders will learn to identify different geometric shapes by examining the surfaces, angles, edges, and vertices. Students will also continue using different strategies to solve addition/subtraction word problems.
Students will continue writing their insect reports and will also practice writing responses to various forms of literature.
We will continue reading a variety of literature and practice identifying main idea vs. details.
Hopefully all of the students are busy gathering supplies in order to begin working on their insect projects. Remember, it is not necessary to go out and buy expensive supplies. It’s amazing how creative a child could be with tin foil, cellophane, cardboard, and paper towel rolls.
Second grade students had a fantastic time visiting Casey Farm. They gained hands-on experience using various simple machines, and also had a chance to explore marine life by the bay.
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Second Grade Social Sign Up!
If you would like to donate any raffle items for the 2nd grade Ice Cream Social there is a drop off box in the office.