Presentation on theme: "Stations September 9 th - September 13 th. Project Overview Students will finish their Farmer’s Market products and price them appropriately this week."— Presentation transcript:
Project Overview Students will finish their Farmer’s Market products and price them appropriately this week to be sold at the 3 rd graders’ booth this weekend. The downtown Farmer’s Market is open from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. We hope you are able to visit the CSA booth on Saturday!
Noise Level 1 Group Product: Farmer’s Market This week, you will work in a small group at your station to complete the following: 1.Read the leveled reader, “From the Farm.” Your teacher will let you know the color that is appropriate with your reading level. 2.Next, choose to complete one of the following products to show you understand the material. 1.Google Slides 2.Poster 3.Either in your Google Slides or on your Poster, you must include: 1.Three of the vocabulary words from the glossary 2.An overview of your Farmer’s Market booth and the products you would sell 3.Sequencing that explains how products get from the farm to the Farmer’s Market and then to the homes of people in our community.. Farmer’s Market Materials Needed “From the Farm” leveled readers Poster Chromebooks Home Reading Project Connection Farmer’s Market Money Economics Standards S.S. 2.4.2 Identify community workers who provide goods* and services* for the rest of the community and explain how their jobs benefit people in the community. S.S. 2.4.7 Explain why people trade* for goods and services and explain how money makes trade easier.
Writing “Descriptive Words” Noise Level 1 1.This week you will complete your descriptive paragraph on our Farmer’s Market item. 2.Your writing should include: 1.Title 2.Complete sentences 3.10 or more adjectives 4.Correct capitalization and punctuation 5.Your best spelling When you are complete, type your final draft for our Farmer’s Market brochures! Standards 2.L.1.e Use adjectives and adverbs and choose between them. 2.L.6 Use words and phrases acquired through reading and being read to (including adjectives and adverbs). Materials Needed Writing Journal Graphic Organizer Pencil Computer Home Project Connection: Farmer’s Market Using Descriptive Words
Self-Selected Reading / Accelerated Reader Noise Level 0 1.Choose a library book or a book of choice that you have not read. 2.Be sure you picked a book that you can read alone. 3.Silently read. 4.After you finish your book, write the name of the book and information on the SSR/AR form to turn in for a grade. 5.When you finish the sheet, turn it in to the Turn in File. Materials Needed SSR/ AR form Book of choice Home Standards RF2.4 Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension
Working with Words Noise Level 1 Monday: Start the spelling packet. Tuesday: Finish the spelling packet and turn in to the turn in file. Wednesday- Choose an activity using your words: 1. Crayon Mats 2. Flip Book 3. Story Thursday: Spelling City- go to the website to practice your words for the test on Friday. You may only go to the challenge list if you have mastered the regular list. Standards RF2.2 Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds. RF2.3.a Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words Materials Needed 1.Spelling and Vocabulary Lists Home Project Connection: Challenge Words
Math Journal Noise Level 1 1.Monday 1.Turn Around Facts 2.Math Journal pages 31 and 32 2.Tuesday 1.Addition Strategies 2.Math Journal page 33 3.Wednesday 1.Subtraction from Addition 2.Math Journal pages 35 and 36 4.Thursday 1.Math Quiz 5.Friday 1.Fact Families 2.Math Journal pages 37 and 38 Standards: 2.NBT.5- Adding numbers fluently What will happen if… I don’t get it. I didn’t finish. Road Block Go to workshop You have more time during stations. Great! Work on your Farmer’s Market product. I think I’m a master. Materials Needed Math Journal Pencil Addition Fact Cards Home Project Connection: Adding and grouping for Farmer’s Market
Math Skill Application Noise Level 1 1.Monday and Tuesday 2.Coin War 1.Use the coin cards to play money war. 2.For the challenge, draw two cards at a time and add the total for the coins. Wednesday and Thursday I Have, Who Has Working as a whole group, the leader will direct the group through “I Have, Who Has” with money. Skills 2.MD.8- solve story problems with money 2.5.12- adding a collection of coins Materials Needed Coin cards I Have, Who Has deck Home Project Connection: Exchanging and adding money for the Farmer’s Market
Everyday Math Online Noise Level 0 1.First, get your laptop and log on. 2.Next, go to our website and click on “Everyday Math Online” under our Students’ Page. 3.Then, use your log-in card to log on to EM online. 4.Choose 2 nd grade for your level, unless you have been given permission to work on a challenge activity. 5.Monday 1.Math Fact Workshop 6.Tuesday 1.Math Fact Workshop 7.Wednesday 1.Math Fact Workshop 8.Thursday 1.Math Fact Workshop. Standards 2.OA.2- Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies 2.MD. 8- Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies Materials Needed Computer EM Log-In Card Home Project Connection: Routines Schedule Calendar
Project Connections Noise Level 1 Monday- Friday This week, work in your group to continue working on our Farmer’s Market products. Be sure to apply your adding, measuring, and money skills to our products! Remember, the 3 rd graders will inspect each product before marking it for sale at the Farmer’s Market, so do your best work! Standards: 2.MD.1- measure to nearest inch and foot 2.MD.8- money MA.2.1.2 200- Identify patterns What will happen if… I don’t get it. I didn’t finish. Road Block Go to workshop You have more time during stations. Great! You may make another hair barrette, book mark, or key chain I think I’m a master. Materials Needed Fleece Key Chains Rulers Scissors Flowers Pens Floral Tape Home Project Connection: Farmer’s Market product creation