2B News

 

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Hope you all had a wonderful President’s Day weekend! We have finished our IOWA testing and the students were very excited to be finished. Due to this being a short week, we will not have spelling homework or a spelling test.

 

Week of February 19-February 22, 2019

 

Week at a Glance:

Math-We will begin to tell time by using the minute hand; tell time in hours and minutes; use both am and pm to show morning, afternoon, and night. As we are transitioning from times tables/division, please continue to help reinforce multiplication/division concepts by reviewing multiplication/division flash cards at home. We will be coming back to multiplication and division periodically. Thank you for your continued support.

Open Court-we will continue to blend words and build oral language skills and fluency skills; sound: oo. study prefixes: dis, un, non, re. Use contractions in a sentence; Read “Busy Bees.”; apply comprehensive strategies; asking and answering questions and making connections; investigate comparisons and contrasts; sequence; characters; events in a story; understand the author’s purpose; recognize sequence of events; visualize and ask and answer questions; classify and categorize information; draft and revise informative texts; set writers goals for informative texts; brainstorm visuals to enhance informative texts; and continue daily work in journals; no spelling homework and no spelling test this week.

Religion– Lesson 12: understand that God loves and forgives us when we are sorry for our sins; Chapter 12 quiz on Wednesday; Lesson 15: Jesus is the Bread of Life; miracles of the loaves and fish; understand that Jesus is our Living Bread in the Sacrament of Eucharist.

Social Studies-Unit 3, lesson 1: we will continue to describe natural resources and tell how people use them; describe the factors that influence how people live; identify and compare urban and suburban and rural areas; compare and contrast farming today and long ago; describe how people use technology to change the environment.

Reminders:

 *NO Spelling Test/Spelling Homework this week.

 **If you have any photos of 2B events such as field trips, parties, etc, can you please e-mail them to Melissa Ogburn.  They will be used in the yearbook.

melissaogburn@aol.com