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Magic Tree House Leprechaun in Late Winter Read Aloud
We are doing a read aloud before we start Unit 4: Series Book Clubs.
We will be reading Leprechaun in Late Winter by Mary Pope Osborne as a class and the students will complete an acitivity each day to go with the chapter.
Unit 3: Writing About Reading
This unit welcomes second graders to write about beloved books in ways that persuade others to love them as much as they do. The students will form opinions about books they read, thinking deeply about characters within and across series. They will learn to state clear opinions and to support these ideas with evidence.
The students will deepen their understanding of word knowledge. They will be provided with opportunities to investigate and understand patterns in words.
Topic 9: Numbers to 1,000
Students will understand place-value and count by hundreds to 1,000. They will use place-value blocks and drawings to model and write 3-digit numbers. They will tell the value of a digit by where it is placed in a number. Students will read and write 3-digit numbers in expanded form, standard form, and word form. They will make and name a number in different ways to show the same value. They will use place-value patterns to mentally count by 1's and 10's from a given number. The students will skip count by 5's, 10's, and 100's using a number line. They will compare numbers using place value. They will compare and write a three digit number that is greater than or less than another three digit number. Lastly, they will look for patterns to help when solving problems.
Vocabulary- hundred, thousand, digit, place-value, standard form, expanded form, word form, compare, greater than (>), less than (<), equals (=), decrease, increase
Women in History Month
Students will read and reflect on women who have impacted our nation's history in so many ways.
Unit 1: Structure and Properties of Matter
In this unit, students will develop an understanding of observable properties of materials through analysis and classification of different materials.
Wednesday, March 27- Prismatic Magic Spring Jam Assembly for Grades Pre-K
Friday, April 5- Talent Show @ 6:00 pm