Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Curriculum Night for 2D!. It is posted monthly, so please check my webpage. I will send updates and reminders through emails listed in Pentamation."— Presentation transcript:
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Math Math Addition and subtraction to 20 Fact Families (ex: 7+5=12, 5+7=12, 12-5=7, 12-7=5) Place value and patterns Compare and order whole numbers through 1200 Numbers and graphing Two digit addition and subtraction with and without regrouping Picture graphs, bar-type graphs Attributes of shapes and solids Geometric shapes Telling time to the minute Determine the value of a collection of coins up to one dollar Read a thermometer Measure length, capacity, and weight Fractions to twelfths Multiplication and division Personal finance
Language and Literacy Composition Spelling Grammar Handwriting Listening Speaking Reading
Reading: The Daily Five & CAFE Reading: The Daily Five & CAFE Read to Self Read to Someone Listen to Reading Work on Writing Spelling and Word Work CAFÉ individualizes instructions in: – Comprehension – Accuracy – Fluency – Expand Vocabulary
Writing We will utilize the curriculum Write From the Beginning and Beyond – Thinking Map framework K-12 Characteristics and goals: personal narrative, imaginative narrative, informative, expository (how and why), persuasive, response to literature. Journal Work: Students are given prompts and are also given a free choice. 2 nd Graders concentrate on an organized paragraph. (Minimum of 8 sentences – must include an opening and closing sentence.)
Word Work Word Work will be individualized based on each student’s assessment. FRY High Frequency Wordlists by end of 2 nd : Reading #1- #300 Spelling #1- 100 At this level, conventional spelling becomes more important, so we will also work on research skills, such as dictionary and thesaurus use. Although the words may not appear challenging, the regularities are what we are focusing on. These patterns need to carry over into the student’s writing.
Handwriting 2 nd grade will work on correct formation of printed letters using the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum. We will introduce cursive strokes toward the end of the school year. Website for Parents: hwtears.com/click
Science FOSS Kits (Full Option Science System… Hands On!) – Animals/Insects / Plants – Air and weather/water cycle Night Sky and Seasons Natural Resources – Balance and motion – Natural Resources
Social Studies Local History and Government State and National Government – State and National Symbols Historical Figures Customs and Celebrations Physical Environment Economics/Free Enterprise System Patriotic Program Thurs. Oct. 23 rd – 7:00-8:00 pm
Important Note for PE Please send your child in light-soled tennis shoes on their PE days. Dress shoes, sandals and dark-soled tennis shoes mark up the finish. Send a handwritten note when your child can’t participate. PLEASE – no emails. Special’s Rotation Days: Mon. – Art; Tues/Thurs. – PE Wed. – Music; Fri. – Specials rotate
We have snack around 9:00 am every morning as we do not have lunch until 11:30 am. Please pack a healthy snack. No peanut or peanut products allowed due to student allergy. I do not allow my students to go to the cafeteria for a snack.
It is the student’s responsibility to make sure they show you any paperwork that goes home and then bring it back the next day.
All learners begin on a “Good” day.All learners begin on a “Good” day. If behavior doesn’t meet classroom expectations they will move their ‘frog’ to - “Warning”.If behavior doesn’t meet classroom expectations they will move their ‘frog’ to - “Warning”. However, there is opportunity to move back up.However, there is opportunity to move back up. If inappropriate behavior continues after the warning stage, they will receive 10 minutes of the teacher’s choice. (lunch isolation, work alone, work in another class, writing an apology, etc.)If inappropriate behavior continues after the warning stage, they will receive 10 minutes of the teacher’s choice. (lunch isolation, work alone, work in another class, writing an apology, etc.) If behavior is addressed a third time, they will receive a mark in red Take Home folder. There are 6 expectations listed on calendar and the number they are struggling with will be written in the box for that day.If behavior is addressed a third time, they will receive a mark in red Take Home folder. There are 6 expectations listed on calendar and the number they are struggling with will be written in the box for that day.
Daily homework…please make sure your child reads 10 - 20 minutes and practices math facts and problem solving.Daily homework…please make sure your child reads 10 - 20 minutes and practices math facts and problem solving. A monthly homework calendar will be in your child’s red folder. Only the items marked with a DUE date will need to be returned. Other assignments may be returned, but the ones DUE are required.A monthly homework calendar will be in your child’s red folder. Only the items marked with a DUE date will need to be returned. Other assignments may be returned, but the ones DUE are required.
“Wizard of Oz” Casa Manana Wednesday, April 22nd
Each week I nominate a Maverick of the Week. That learner’s name goes into the MOW boot along with other 2 nd graders who have been nominated. Every Friday, Mrs. Mitchell draws a name from every grade level boot and their pictures are taken for the newspaper.
Birthdays are very special days in 2D, but not a party. We all share a personal composition about our friend. IF your child wants to bring treats, it needs to be simple and easy. We eat birthday treats during snack time – 9:00-9:10 a.m.. Please keep in mind there are common allergies such as nuts and peanut butter.
MS = Meets the expectation of the Standard MS = Meets the expectation of the Standard AS = Approaches the expectations for the Standard AS = Approaches the expectations for the Standard IPS = Insufficient Progress toward the Standard IPS = Insufficient Progress toward the Standard CISD webpage>Curriculum & Instruction>Standards Based Report Card> Resources (scroll down to K-3 Report Cards and Rubrics)
Please feel free to sign up for any volunteer opportunities if you haven’t done so already. However, make sure you have a background check form completed before you volunteer. They will not allow you to volunteer if you bring it the day of. There are recess calendars in the hall. Thursdays,There are recess calendars in the hall. Thursdays, 12:00-12:30, would benefit me directly, but we appreciate any time that you can help us during recess.
Please leave a note for your child in his/her Writing Journal. (red)