2 nd Grade Schedule 7:45-7:55Assembly/Broadcast 7:55-9:25Language Arts 9:25-10:15Science 10:15-11:05Specials 11:05 Social Studies * Check with teacher for lunch 12:15 Social Studies 12:15-12:35Recess 12:35-1:35Refinement & Enrichment 1:35-2:35Math 2:35-2:45Pack-up/Dismissal Library Day: _____________
Specials Schedule by Group Color Groups A Day B Day C Day D Day Red Music PE Art PE Blue PE Art PE Music Yellow PE Music PE Art Green Art PE Music PE Specials Schedule -2014-2015
All Graded Papers for Week Important Information from Teacher Information from Office & PTA Book Orders Checks Only (Payable to Scholastic) Usually One Week to Order Sign Every Week – Returned Next Day Do Not Return Graded Papers Unless You Have Question About Something
Behavior Chart Homework Assignment Sheet Reading Response Log Last Minute Notes Communication Between Teacher & Parent
Colored green means your child had a great day. Otherwise you’ll see a message from me about why they had to change their color. Please Initial Every Night
Make up Work is due the same amount of days your child is absent. Reading: Read Aloud 15 Minutes Every Night and Write Response Math: Tuesday Spelling Contract: Wednesday Homework should only be done in Pencil
Every Wednesday Night Students Can Pick One Activity from the Spelling Contract to Complete For Spelling Homework
After reading aloud for 10 to 15 minutes, students should write a response about the book or chapter they read.
Math Number Sense: even/odd, number patterns, ordinal numbers Addition and Subtraction to 18 Time to the minute, quarter hour, half and hour Money: value, making change, equivalency Adding/Subtracting 2 digit numbers no regrouping Adding/Subtracting 2 digit numbers with regrouping
Math continued… Place value to thousands (expanded notation, rounding, comparing, symbol representation) Fractions – up to twelfths Measurement – mass and volume; standard and metric units; temperature Graphing Probability Geometry: attributes of shapes and solids; differences/similarities; spatial relationship Story problems Introduction to Multiplication and Division
Social Studies Where We Live: our city, state, country Our Earth: maps, landforms, conservation, geography Working Together: goods and services, producers and consumers Our Country Today: government Our Country Long Ago: tradition, pioneers, colonists People and Places in History: holidays, landmarks, inventions
Science Living Things Grow and Change (Life Science) – growth and change in plants, animals, and people Homes for Living Things (Life Science) – plants and animal environments, land and water habitats, pollution Exploring Earth’s Surface (Earth Science) – natural resources, fossils Space and Weather (Earth Science) – night sky, clouds, weather changes, water cycle, weather measurement tools Exploring Matter (Physical Science) – observing and measuring matter, changes in matter Energy in Motion (Physical Science) – forces and motion, sound
Writer’s Workshop Students will participate in Writer’s Workshop throughout the year. During this time, we concentrate on writing skills. These skills include sentence structure and grammar within a sentence. My goal is to help them become better writers and love to write!