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Welcome to Second Grade!
Welcome to our class web page! Please utilize this website as much as you can. This site will let you know about upcoming events, skills for your child to work on, and fun websites for your child to explore!
2nd Grade News October 22– October 26

Upcoming Events

The butter braid sale ends on Wednesday, October 24.

There will be no school on Tuesday, November 6.  It is Election Day.

Thanksgiving Lunch for k-2 will be November 13.

Our next Early Dismissal Day is Thursday, November 15.

Thanksgiving Holidays - November 21, 22 and 23



**Please try to read at least 20 minutes with your child each night. AR books may be brought home nightly and this is a wonderful way to progress in our AR program.

This Week…

Monday- Read assigned story; weekly folder

Tuesday- Review activities

Wednesday- No homework

Thursday- Read story "Wolf, Wolf" and answer questions; study spelling words

Friday- Spelling and reading tests


Accelerated Reader Program (AR)

Each student has an approximate reading level for Accelerated Reader written on the front page of the agenda. Please encourage your child to read library books on his/her level and take AR tests at school. The program is only available at school. The students may receive rewards for points earned. The goal is for each student to take one test each week.


**Please send in headphones to use with the laptop computer cart. Thanks so much for all of your help.


Study Skills

Reading- Fables

Math- Telling time

Language Arts- Pronouns and reflexive pronouns

Phonics- Long Vowels ea, ee, ey, ie and consonant clusters

Social Studies- Map skills and landforms

Writing- Opinion Writing


**Please check the agenda for our daily related arts schedule.


 Practice at Home- i Ready

I Ready is a wonderful resource that your child may use at home. Students took an  i ready reading and math test at the beginning of the year. This test generated computer activities which are designed to meet your child’s individual needs according to their test results. The program can be accessed at home and I encourage students to use it daily. Students should only spend about 15 minutes each day working on the program. They may choose math or reading. To access the site, simply go the school website, click on students, drop down and click on clever. The students are very familiar with this procedure and their passwords are in the front of the agenda. Please let me know if you have any questions or problems. Thanks again for all of your help.


 Website to Try:


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* Please continue to check and sign agendas nightly and send a snack / drink each day.


*Practice addition and subtraction fluency at home daily. Good ideas for studying basic +/- math facts through 20, include flash cards, verbally calling out facts to your child, tablet/ apps games.