Sunday, June 11, 2017

Week of June 12th

Mrs.Oparaji’s Team
Week of June 12th-16th
Reading- Reader’s Theatre and practicing for our awards ceremony
Math: 4th nine weeks review- jeopardy review of skills, multiplication
Writing-  finishing up writings for jobs unit; Memory Books
Important Dates:
June 14- Field Day
June 15 & 16- 2:20 Dismissal
June 16- LAST DAY OF 2nd GRADE- We will have an awards presentation and  a small snack around 9:15( donuts and jusice) and 9:30- awards
Students may leave after the ceremony
Homework:(subject to change)
Continue to work on ST math

Monday: 2 steps
Tuesday: 2 steps
Wednesday  2 steps
Have a Happy Summer!!!!!


Resources this week:
Monday, June 12th- blue-
Tuesday, June 13th-  purple- P.E
Wednesday, June 14th – Field Day- no resource
Thursday, June 15th- red- stem
Friday, June 16th- No resource due to 3rd grade ceremony
Please check your child’s agenda each night and initial or sign by the color he/she earns for the day. Check red folders daily for any updates from the school or work completed
Last week of School
Monday- Parents are sharing their careers with the class; memory book; multiplication
Tuesday- 9:15 we will have a presentation from the Isle of Wight Sheriff Department; Lego Day/Pokemon cards; memory book
Wednesday- movie in the morning and field day in the afternoon 1:00pm-3:00pm and we will eat lunch in the classroom around 11:00
Thursday- Board Game Day; 2:20 dismissal
Friday- 9:15- donuts and juice and awards at 9:30; your child may go home after the program, if you would like; 2:20 dismissal

Summer break starts at 2:20

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Week of May 30th

Week of May 30th-June 2nd
2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts. a) make and confirm predictions. b) relate previous experiences to the main idea. C) ask and answer questions about what is read. d) locate information to answer questions. e) describe characters, setting and important events  in fiction and  poetry. F) identify the problem and solution. g) identify the main idea.  h) summarize stories with beginning, middle and end in the correct sequence.  i) draw conclusions based on the text. J) read and reread familiar stories, poems, and passages with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression.
Writing:- It is all about jobs and what that job is the best job to have-
Math: 4th nine weeks
2.18 The student will use data from experiments to predict outcomes when the experiment is repeated. 2.20 TSW identify, create, and extend a variety of patterns
Vocabulary: probability, possible outcome, number of favorable outcomes, total number of possible outcomes, impossible, unlikely,
as likely, equally likely, likely, and certain, patterns, repeating pattern, growing pattern

Probability Test:  Wednesday
Social Studies: 2.9The student will explain that scarcity (limited resources) requires people to make choices about producing and consuming goods and services.  Farmer’s Bank will be presenting a presentation on banking on Thursday
Important Dates:
June 14- Field Day
June 15 & 16- 2:20 Dismissal
June 16- LAST DAY OF 2nd GRADE- We will have an awards presentation and  a small snack around TBA
Homework:(subject to change)
Continue to work on ST math

Monday: Memoria Day
Tuesday: 2 steps; Math test on Wednesday on probability
Wednesday  2 steps ; Study for Math  test
Thursday: 2 steps
Friday: complete steps for reading for the weekend and have fun with the family
Resources this week:
WE will be switching lunch with third graders on Wed and Thurs. Our new time will be 12:00 instead of 11:05
Tuesday, May 30th-green- library
Wednesday and Thursday- no resource due to SOLS
Friday- Blue- Music

Please check your child’s agenda each night and initial or sign by the color he/she earns for the day. Check red folders daily for any updates from the school or work completed

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Week of the 22nd-

Week of May 22nd-26th

2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts. a) make and confirm predictions. b) relate previous experiences to the main idea. C) ask and answer questions about what is read. d) locate information to answer questions. e) describe characters, setting and important events  in fiction and  poetry. F) identify the problem and solution. g) identify the main idea.  h) summarize stories with beginning, middle and end in the correct sequence.  i) draw conclusions based on the text. J) read and reread familiar stories, poems, and passages with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression.
Writing:- It is all about jobs and what that job is the best job to have- persuasive writing
Math: 4th nine weeks
2.18 The student will use data from experiments to predict outcomes when the experiment is repeated. 2.20 TSW identify, create, and extend a variety of patterns
Vocabulary: probability, possible outcome, number of favorable outcomes, total number of possible outcomes, impossible, unlikely,
as likely, equally likely, likely, and certain, patterns, repeating pattern, growing pattern

Probability Test:  Wednesday or Thursday
Social Studies: Resources: Capital, Natural, and Human Resources
Important Dates:
May 29- No School/ Memorial Day
June 14- Field Day
June 15 & 16- 2:20 Dismissal
June 16- LAST DAY OF 2nd GRADE!!
Homework:(subject to change)
Continue to work on ST math

Monday: 2 steps;
Tuesday: 2 steps
Wednesday  2 steps ; Study for Math  test
Thursday: 2 steps
Friday: complete steps for reading for the weekend and have fun with the family
Resources this week:
WE will be switching lunch with third graders on Wed and Thurs. Our new time will be 12:00 instead of 11:05
Monday, May 22nd-  blue-music
Tuesday, May 23rd- Purple- P.E
WED and Thurs.- No resource due to SOLs for 3rd graders
Friday- Stem

Please check your child’s agenda each night and initial or sign by the color he/she earns for the day. Check red folders daily for any updates from the school or work completed



Saturday, May 13, 2017

Week of May 15th

Mrs.Oparaji’s Team
Week of May 15th-19th
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers, Grandmothers, and Aunts
2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts. a) make and confirm predictions. b) relate previous experiences to the main idea. C) ask and answer questions about what is read. d) locate information to answer questions. e) describe characters, setting and important events  in fiction and  poetry. F) identify the problem and solution. g) identify the main idea.  h) summarize stories with beginning, middle and end in the correct sequence.  i) draw conclusions based on the text. J) read and reread familiar stories, poems, and passages with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression.
Writing:- It is all about jobs and what that job is the best job to have- persuasive writing
Math: 4th nine weeks  2.3 The student will review on Monday:
Review Fractions
2.18- TSWB use data from experiments to predict outcomes when the experiment is repeated
Vocabulary: whole, equal, parts, shares, fractional part, numerator, denominator, halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, etc., region             

Science: 2.8a-d – TSW investigate and understand that plants produce oxygen and food, are a source of useful products, and provide benefits in nature. Key concepts: a) important plant products affects the development of a geographic area; c) plants provide oxygen, homes, and food for many animals, and plants can help reduce erosion
Important Dates:
May 17- Interims Reports
May 29- No School/ Memorial Day
June 14- Field Day
June 15 & 16- 2:20 Dismissal
June 16- LAST DAY OF 2nd GRADE!!
Homework:(subject to change)
Continue to work on ST math

Monday: 2 steps; review for fraction test on Tuesday
Tuesday: 2 steps
Wednesday:  2 steps  
Thursday: 2 steps; Math sheet
Friday: complete steps for reading for the weekend and have fun with the family


Resources this week:
Monday, May 15th- Red- stem
Tuesday, May 16th-  orange- coding
Wednesday, May 117th-yellow- art
Thursday, May 18th- green- library
Friday May 19th- blue- music

Please check your child’s agenda each night and initial or sign by the color he/she earns for the day. Check red folders daily for any updates from the school or work completed

Parents,

Please remind your student that school is not over. We have had talks about staying focus, less talking, and completing work(especially reading logs). School is not over yet. Thanks so much for helping with this matter. Please remind students that fidget spinners are only for recess and not my classroom. I will take them if they play with them in class.