Assignments for Week 3-March 29th-April 3rd

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I hope you are all continuing to be safe and doing well. Here is a list of suggested assignments for March 29th-April 3rd- Week 3.

MATH: Please complete Module 5 Lesson 20 Students may also complete the homework assignments for the lesson. If you did not pick up your child’s math workbook when we had access to the school, you can use the resources below to see or print these items to help you. Students should also be going to the ZEARN math site and be completing one lesson a day. *We are now at the end of Module 5. If students have completed all the lessons in Module 5. They may continue math practice on ZEARN for the rest of the week. Remember all math lessons are on Zearn and it is great practice for all the math they will need for third grade.

The EUREKA MATH RESOURCES

READING: Please fill in your March Reading Log. You should be reading 30 minutes per day. If you have read all of the books in your book bag please visit the scholastic site below. There are 10 books per week and activities there for the children to read and use.

Scholastic books: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.htm

Readworks: Please complete 3 Readworks articles this week.

Razkids: https://www.raz-kids.com/

I-Ready : I-Ready must be accessed through CLEVER

Spelling Lesson 26 Let the children pick the activity they want from past tic tac toe activities. They can be creative on how they want to study the words each day. Write the words with colored pencils or markers, write a sentence using the words, draw a spring picture with the words hidden. Have fun! Parents can give the spelling test to their child on Friday or Saturday. The mystery words are: care, pair, bare, hair, share.

Pattern: -are, -air

Spelling words : stare dare chair rare fair

Dolch words: it and in up is

Technology: Please spend at least one hour per day on technology sites such as IReady, Zearn, Razkids, Mystery Science, Readworks, GoNoodle

Outside recess/Indoor Playtime is important. At least 45 minutes per day of unstructured play or movement.

-The fun exercise site is GoNoodle, let the whole family get up and move. Some of the activities get you moving, and some of the activities are calming and stress relievers! Have fun with it!

GoNoodle is awesome fun for the whole family! We love it when everyone does our dances, sings our songs, and plays GoNoodle together. It’s a daily ritual in most elementary schools across the U.S. (and many around the world) and we think it’s a super fun thing you can do with your little ones every day too!  Plus, we have another app called “GoNoodle Games” that is an awesome way to get your kids moving in front of the screen. Sign up for our emails and in the days and weeks ahead, we will send you weekly fresh, fun ideas for you and your kids well-beyond GoNoodle. Sign up to get these on the Good Energy page.

Mystery Science: Please spend some time viewing some of the lessons on this site.

https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

Writing: Suggested Opinion writing topic this week:

In your opinion what is your favorite Disney Movie? Be sure to have an introduction, 3 strong reasons and a conclusion. Have fun watching the movie!

Have a great week, stay well! I miss you!

Miss S.

Assignments for Week 2

I hope you are all safe and doing well. Here is a list of suggested assignments for March 23-27, week 2.

MATH: Please complete Module 5 Lesson 16-19. Students may also complete the homework assignments for these lessons. If you did not pick up your child’s math workbook when we had access to the school, you can use the resources below to see or print these items to help you. Students should also be going to the ZEARN math site and be completing one lesson a day.

The EUREKA MATH RESOURCES

READING: Please fill in your March Reading Log. You should be reading 30 minutes per day. If you have read all of the books in your book bag please visit the scholastic site below. There are 10 books per week and activities there for the children to read and use.

Scholastic books: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.htm

Readworks: Please complete 3 Readworks articles this week.

Razkids: https://www.raz-kids.com/

I-Ready : I-Ready must be accessed through CLEVER

Spelling Lesson 25 Let the children pick the activity they want from past tic tac toe activities. They can be creative on how they want to study the words each day. Write the words with colored pencils or markers, write a sentence using the words, draw a spring picture with the words hidden. Have fun! Parents can give the spelling test to their child on Friday or Saturday. The mystery words are: rage, bulge, hinge, bridge, charge.

Pattern: -ge, -dge, -rge, -nge, -lge

Spelling words : cage indulge range pledge large

Dolch words: into on so we me

Technology: Please spend at least one hour per day on technology sites such as IReady, Zearn, Razkids, Mystery Science, Readworks, GoNoodle

Outside recess/Indoor Playtime is important. At least 45 minutes per day of unstructured play or movement.

-The fun exercise site is GoNoodle, let the whole family get up and move. Some of the activities get you moving, and some of the activities are calming and stress relievers! Have fun with it!

GoNoodle is awesome fun for the whole family! We love it when everyone does our dances, sings our songs, and plays GoNoodle together. It’s a daily ritual in most elementary schools across the U.S. (and many around the world) and we think it’s a super fun thing you can do with your little ones every day too!  Plus, we have another app called “GoNoodle Games” that is an awesome way to get your kids moving in front of the screen. Sign up for our emails and in the days and weeks ahead, we will send you weekly fresh, fun ideas for you and your kids well-beyond GoNoodle. Sign up to get these on the Good Energy page.

Mystery Science: Please spend some time viewing some of the lessons on this site.

 https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

Writing: Suggested Narrative writing topic this week:

Write about a special time you spent with your family.

Have a good week, stay safe. I miss you all!

Miss S

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Suggested Schedule and Additional Resources

Here is a schedule of time frames that the students should be working on for this week’s worth of asignments.

March 16-20

Math: Please complete Lesson 13-15 pages 269-286. They may also complete the homework assignments for these lessons.

Reading: Please fill in your March Reading Log-you should be reading 30 minutes per day.

Technology: Please spend at least one hour per day on technology sites such as IReady, Zearn, or Razkids.

Writing: Please choose a How To Writing from the suggestions on the blog-complete the Blueprint and then write a How To Story. You may edit with your parents and then write a final copy.

Readworks: Please complete 3 Readworks articles this week. Submit by Frdiay and I will grade them over the weekend.

Outside recess/Indoor Playtime is important. At least 45 minutes per day of unstructured play!!!

These are some additional resources and a technology survey from Mr. Short:-)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ME5XjHdlaO-haruPGr9JcjojP7dRX1RcZNAoF728jAI/edit?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/16qSkqMf2OhR_quoCuBBmKzLRfTesFp9t/view?usp=sharing_eil&ts=5e701a49

https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/buenting/
Check out Second Grade Fun Art Assignments from Mrs. Buenting 🙂

Thank you and Stay Safe!

Ms. S

Remote Learning 2nd Grade

2nd grade Parents,

Here are some resources, lessons, and activities that I would like your child to work on during this time away from school. It is important that they are still reading, writing, and doing Math over this next month. They have shown so much growth and progress this year, I don’t want to jeopardize how far they’ve come. Please contact me at any time, for any reason through Class Dojo, or email. I will be in touch weekly through blog, and dojo. Please take care of your family, we are hoping everyone stays healthy and that this passes quickly.

Eureka Math

We are in the midst of Module 5- Addition and Subtraction Strategies within 1,000. Please allow your child to log onto Zearn daily, your child’s log-in information is taped inside their Haigh folder or planner.  Most students know how to log-in automatically. I have attached a link for Module 5, that contains the workbook pages and videos of each lesson. We are on Lesson 13, and it goes through Lesson 20 before the end of the module.  Please have your child work on each lesson 13-20, watching the videos, doing the problem set and homework (if possible) and going on Zearn.  When we return, we will move on to Module 6. 

This is the link to all the lessons and videos for Module 5. 

This is the link to the entire Module 5 workbook. 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ePkfoPoc765Og0uQiXDCh6Zg7dVCKu0R9qpwT-vkbTc/edit

Reading

i-Ready

Please allow your child to utilize and log-in to i-Ready each day.  This program is very beneficial and teaches the Common Core standards for Reading with follow up activities after each lesson.  Here are the directions for logging in:

Go to the Dearborn Public Schools webpage, click on Student Portal.  Then click on “Clever” on the left hand side. (It may make them log in here, or when they get to i-ready)  Once in, scroll all the way down and click on the i-Ready icon. Once here, log in with student number@dearbornschools.org (EX: 20223267@dearbornschools.org), their password is their birthdate.  This is the same student number and password they use on a daily basis to log into their chrome books.  Please make sure to put @dearbornschools.org after the student #.

Read Works 

Our students have never used this before, but we created a new class and this is a great tool for Reading various Science and Social Studies articles, vocabulary, and question sets to follow.  The multiple choice questions are automatically graded in the system, and any writing responses will be graded by me. I will assign approximately 8 articles to complete in a time frame with a due date.  Here are the directions for your child to access this program:

Go to the website: 

www.readworks.org/student

Your student’s class code is: C3MZ3B and their password is “1234”. 

When they log in, they will see assignments that I’ve given them.  They can read the article, look at vocabulary words, and answer the questions. 

Raz Kids

All Haigh students have a subscription to Raz Kids, their log-in information is posted inside their folder or planner.  They can read stories and answer questions to follow. 

Writing

Here is a link to various templates for Writing. In the first folder you will see ideas for Personal Narratives, How To Writing, and Opinion Writing.  The other folders are templates (blue prints) for your child to use as a guide to help them organize their writing. They are familiar with these blueprints and should know exactly how to use them.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/163NWkbBCDx_fZJC8SeByWkhpjSfOlgxj

Science

Here is a link that Mystery Science updated to make it easier for students to access and do these activities at home.  

https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

Second Grade Field Trip

Our Second Grade field trip is on Monday, October 28th. Please make sure students bring their lunch. If you are a chaperone please make sure you come with your child to school in the morning, so attendance can be taken before we leave for the museum. We are all looking forward to the trip. Thank you for your help!