We had a motivating week of learning with our 11 chicks. Watching the hatching of many of our chicks was the high point of our week. The chick will be adopted tomorrow after school. Thank you Lawson family for “chick sitting” this weekend.
Wednesday, May 9th is our Field trip to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Please remember students will need an empty backpack to carry their lunch and water bottles at the zoo. The weather looks to be delightful; hats and sunscreen will be needed.
Thursday, May 10th at 2:00 will be our “Spring Performance” for music.
End of the Year BBQ is Friday May 25, 2018.
Here is the link to sign up to help with the celebration.
Please remember to have students practice reading their book bags books several times each week and practice sight words nightly. Each Wednesday students get new book bag books and are tested on sight words please send book bags and sight word books in each Wednesday!
*Math Objectives: As we wrap up Module 4 students will utilize the strategies we have learned thus far in the module, including arrow notation, quick tens, and number bonds. Students will compare problems solved by multiple classmates for clarity, discussing questions such as: Which drawing best shows the tens? Which drawings best help you not count all? Which number sentence is easiest to relate to the drawing? What is a compliment you would like to give [the student]? What is a way that [the student] might improve their work? How are [Student A]'s methods different from or the same as your partner’s?
**Students should be practicing their math facts each night for the “Bubble gum tests”
Here is the link to Ms. Parsons Blog. She will have updates and information about SuperKids and Math for students who go to her for reading and math. http://kmparsons1.wixsite.com/secondgrade
Student Wellness focus: Problem Solving during student conflict.
Science: Animal Research
We are a NUT FREE classroom. All snacks must be NUT FREE!!!