Weekly Skills – January 22-26

We are continuing most skills from short week!

Reading – Locate facts in story; Identify comparisons in stories and use Venn Diagram to record information 

Language –Singular and Plural Nouns

Social Studies – Map Skills (Cardinal directions)

Math – Two Dimensional Shapes – sides and vertices

Science – Weather Information – Temperature, Wind Speed, Precipitation, etc. (weather charting)

Word Study – Saxon Phonics lessons and spelling test on Friday

 

            

Box Tops – Please send in your Box Tops!   There is a basket labeled on the counter  for these! Our PTO uses these to buy things for our students. Thank you!

    

  • Book Orders - scholastic.com/readingclub   Class Code GM36Q. Book orders still being accepted!
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  •  You may order books for your child online at any time and I will submit another order this Thursday, 25th. You can view and shop online any time at your convenience and these items are kept in the website on your order for you to view, add, or change any time prior to my submission of our order on Thursday. Order forms were sent home last Monday for you to browse together but you are not limited to just these. Many more selections are available online.
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  • Please make any checks payable to Scholastic. You may also send cash or  order online after browsing the different catalogs……..you can order from any of them, any grade level, interest, and also for your other children!

Web pages

http://www.math-drills.com/ 

http://www.abcya.com/second_grade_computers.htm

http://math.gamesxl.com/ 

http://www.smarttutor.com/free-resources/free-reading-lessons/second-grade-reading/ 

http://www.funbrain.com/FBSearch.php?Grade=2 

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me! 

 

Mrs. Kathleen Thibodeaux

Email: kthibodeaux@lcmcisd.org  

       

Students are encouraged to read every night if possible!   We have scheduled library time on Tuesdays for story time with Mrs. Windham; there are not provisions for checking out any books through her. I would encourage students to be reading every night, and they may borrow books from me through our class library. Please keep the borrowed book in your child’s backpack so they can read it during the day here at school as time permits. Unfortunately we do not have internet access for students to take AR tests at this location. Please monitor your child’s book levels to be sure they are challenging without being too difficult.  Students may read nonfiction books as well as fiction since many students find these quite interesting. 

 

         

 

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