Parent(s) I need your help. Please only send in spill proof water bottles with your child. Screw on bottle caps (like the store bought water bottles with water already in them) are often not put back on carefully and we are beginning to see a lot more water spills. Thanks again for your help and support!
Today your child will be bringing home the review for the Social Studies Unit 5 on history. We will be taking a field trip to the Dearborn Historical Museum on Monday, May 2oth. We will be talking about lots of things we learned in this history unit. So I decided to wait and give them the test until after the field trip on Thursday, May 23rd. The review will be due on the same day as the test. I hope you find it useful when reviewing with your child. I will also be sending home a folder of completed work that can help when studying with your child.
Thank you so much for helping me to feel very special. I loved my gift from the class and will think of my 2nd graders every time I look at it. Your thoughtfulness and generosity have truly touched my heart. I loved all the individual notes and treats throughout the week too! Thanks again for making my week very unforgettable. It means a lot!!!
Parents a letter about chaperones for the Dearborn Historical Museum will be coming home tomorrow. Please look for it in your child’s Everyday Folder. Here is a copy of the letter below.
May 15, 2019
Thanks again to our parents who chaperoned for the Kensington Metro Park field trip. We appreciate you helping on the field trip and spending the day with us. Although we have parents that have volunteered for both field trips, we will only be able to take those parents that did not attend the Kensington trip as chaperones for the Dearborn Historical Museum field trip. Chaperones are limited for this specific trip. Chaperones that are joining us on the field trip to the Dearborn Historical Museum will find a note attached to this letter. Thanks again to all parents volunteering their time. It’s more than appreciated.
Katie Robins and Denise Lorber
Today your child will be bringing home the Module 6 Math Review for their upcoming math test on Tuesday, May 21st. I have provided the answers to the questions to help you help your child when completing and studying for the upcoming Eureka Math Module 6 Assessment. I am also attaching a Mid Module Assessment Task that the students took during this unit. Please read and refer to the letter attached to the review on this. Please have your child return their completed review on the day of the test Tuesday, May 21st. Thanks again for your support and help.
Today your child will be bringing home their Module 6 Lesson 20 homework. Today we used rectangular arrays to investigate odd and even numbers. We found out that if you add an even number and an even number your answer will be an odd number, if you add an even number and an odd number your answer will be an odd number, and if you add an odd number and an odd number your answer will be an even number. We also looked at numbers in the one’s place. If a number is or has a 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 it’s an even number, and if a number is or has a 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 it’s an odd number. Thanks!
The Math NWEA assessment is planned for Wednesday, May 22nd. To help your child please make sure they get a good nights sleep, eat a good breakfast, and bring a snack to school that day. Thanks!
On this Thursday, May 16th we will be taking the NWEA reading assessment in the morning. You can help your child by making sure they get a good nights sleep, eat a good breakfast, having them bring in a snack. Thanks so much!
This week in spelling we are focusing on the suffixes ing, and ed.
Today your child will be bringing home homework for Module 6 Lesson 19. It is important to stress that numbers that have 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 in the ones place like 64 are even numbers, and numbers with 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 with numbers in the ones place like 71 are odd numbers. Students should be able to draw pairs using the numbers in the ones place if they are having difficulty. I hope this helps and please use the following video as a reference too! Thanks!