Ms. Reed's Super Students
- Guided Reading Homework-Keep it up! Y'all are really helping keep them on top of their GR homework and it is paying off!
- 21 Day Challenge! It officially started the 25th and class money has been given daily for healthy snack at school or a log in their planner about a healthy snack after school!! We are also keeping track on a chart in the hallway! Keep up the healthy choices!
- NO SCHOOL on Monday next week! (the 15th)
- Restock! Thank you to those that brought some Kleenex. If anyone is willing I am looking for two -three parents I can send pencils to to be sharpened. As well as resupply some of the glue sticks that are all dried out.
- 3D Shapes from home- If anyone is looking to have these returned-please shoot me an email. I am going to recycle/trash the ones that are still here Monday. Thank you again for your help with this!
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 7:45am
4380 Throne Hall Drive
Fractions Clarification: SEE BELOW
This week we learned alot!
Math- This week we have introduced adding equal groups together to get a total.
Reading- In reading we have been discussing characters traits and feelings based on their actions, words and expressions. We read Enemy Pie to help us with this!
Writing- We have been revising and editing our meaningful moment stories and will share them in our writers fair tomorrow! (Friday)
Science- We have finished up our lessons about the water cycle and Wednesday we began our discussion about the phases of the moon and patterns of objects in the sky.
Social Studies- We will be continuing our important citizens discussion and add to our Famous Americans book, with a WEB DuBois page and George Washington Carver page.
Our 2nd grade readers will be focusing on characters' traits and motivations.
In writing the students will learn about effective report-writing.
In math the boys and girls will begin to understand division. They will use counters and/or picture models to show equal groups taken away.
The science activities will allow students to learn about the appearance of the moon.
The social studies lesson will focus on the good character of two historical figures who showed inventiveness and individualism: Amelia Earhart and Robert Fulton.