Second Grade

Week of 4/20        Week of 4/27          Week of 5/4


Room 211 - Ms. Renteria

LITERACY 

Monday 4/27

Después de leer el Capitulo 10, contesta la siguiente pregunta en el cuaderno de lectura usando evidencia del texto y detalles: Haz una ilustración de Annie y otra de Jack. Para el pie de fotos escribe un rasgo para Annie y Jack. Dime 2 razones por que le darias este
rasgo.
Escritura: ¿Si tu fueras Annie o Jack, te hubieras quedado en la Guerra Civil?

 

Tuesday 4/28

Después de leer el Capitulo 10, contesta la siguiente pregunta en el cuaderno de lectura usando evidencia del texto y detalles: En la página 71 ¿Por que el padre de Annie y Jack respondió algo extrañado?
Palabra del Dia: De repente, a lo lejos se oyó un "estruendo".

 

Wednesday 4/29

Después de leer el Capitulo 10, contesta la siguiente pregunta en el cuaderno de lectura usando evidencia del texto y detalles: ¿Por que Annie y Jack gritaron de alegría en la pagina 72?
Escritura: ¿Si tu fueras Annie o Jack, regresarias a la Casa del Arbol el miercoles?

Thursday 4/30

Despues de leer las páginas 74-77 contesta la siguiente pregunta en el cuaderno de lectura usando evidencia del texto y detalles: Escribe 2 hechos que te sorprendieron y escribe porque te sorprendieron.
Palabra del Día: Cuando llegaron, atravesaron el porche y entraron a la casa que estaba seca y "acogedora". página 71

Friday 5/1

Después de leer el Capitulo 10, contesta la siguiente pregunta en el cuaderno de lectura usando evidencia del texto y detalles:
Escritura: Escribe tu opinión acerca del libro de la Guerra Civil. Recomendarías el libro a otras personas.¿Por que sí o por que no?

SEL

 

Monday 4/27

SEL- Help someone at home or pick up their mess! In your writing notebook, write about who you helped and why.
Brain Pop Junior- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Activities

 

Tuesday 4/28

SEL-Remember how we mailed out postcards and greetings cards from school. I would like for you to mail a letter or a card to someone.

Wednesday 4/29

SEL- Read a book to someone in your household.

 

Thursday 4/30

SEL- Play a board game or a card game with your family.

Friday 5/1

SEL- Have a dance party with your family or go on Go Noodle.

 

MATH 

Monday 4/27

Go Math Capitulo 8 Paginas 541-543. Usar regla en vez de cuadrados. Medir Con Modelos de Pulgadas.

Tuesday 4/28

Go Math Capitulo 8. Paginas 545-546. Usar regla en vez de cuadrados. Medir Con Modelos de Pulgadas.

 

Wednesday 4/29

IXL Third Grade Math BB.3 Measuring with an inch ruler
Khan Academy Mappers 2 activities

 

Thursday 4/30

Go Math Capitulo 8. Paginas 547-550. Usar regla en vez de cuadrados.
Hacer y Usar una Regla

 

Friday 5/1

Go Math Capitulo 8. Paginas 551-552. Hacer y Usar una Regla

Room 209 - Ms. Méndez

 

LITERACY 

Monday 4/27

What is historical fiction?
Historical fiction is a literary genre in which the plot takes place in a setting located in the past.
It can be based on a true story.
Think of it as a story in the past that could have happened (but didn't because the story is fiction).
Please listen to the read aloud of "Henry's Freedom Box", and answer the questions in the Google Doc.

 

Tuesday 4/28

LECTURA- Fábula: EL ZORRO, LA ARDILLA Y EL PAJARITO
1. Leer el texto la primera vez para practicar la fluidez.
2. Relee el texto para contestar las preguntas acerca a la fábula.
Fable: EL ZORRO, LA ARDILLA Y EL PAJARITO
1. Read the text the first time for fluency practice.
2. Re-read the text in order to answer the comprehension questions

 

Wednesday 4/29

RAZ KIDS: Leyendas
Lee, escucha y completa la actividad del texto de/ Read, listen to and complete the activity for the folktale of La leyenda de la quinua

Thursday 4/30


POETRY
Completa la actividad en brainpopjr.
Ve el video y completa la actividad.
Complete your Brainpopjr. Activity on Emotions. Watch the movie and take the quiz.

Friday 5/1

IXL: Language Arts Lesson T
Cause and effect
1. Match each effect to its cause
2. Match each cause to its effect

SEL

 

Monday 4/27

En nuestro google classroom, escribe una cosa que te gusta hacer para relajarte.
In our google classroom stream, write 1 thing that you like to do to relax.

Tuesday 4/28

Completa la actividad en brainpopjr.
Ve el video y completa la actividad.
Complete your Brainpopjr. Activity on Emotions. Watch the movie and take the quiz.
https://jr.brainpop.com/health/feelings/friends/

Wednesday 4/29

Escribe un cuento de la amistad, describiendo las cosas que hacen los buenos amigos.
Write a narrative about friendship, describing what good friends do.

 

Thursday 4/30

CONT.
Escribe un cuento de la amistad, describiendo las cosas que hacen los buenos amigos.
Write a narrative about friendship, describing what good friends do.

Friday 5/1

Virtual Field Trip
Please enter link below for our field trip and then draw and write about your favorite part of the virtual field trip. If you received an email and were able to create an account you should be able to log in with your information. If not, you can log in using my log in:
username: kmendez1@cps.edu
password: salon209

https://www.virtualfieldtrips.org/grade-2-work-and-money/

 

MATH 

Monday 4/27

Capítulo 7: El dinero y la hora
Hacer una cometa, siguiendo las instrucciones en páginas- 455-460
Chapter 7: Money and time
How to make a kite, following the instructions on pages 455-460

Tuesday 4/28

Capítulo 7:
Repaso: paginas 464-465
Chapter 7
Review pages 464-465

 

Wednesday 4/29

Capítulo 7:
Lección 7.1
Monedas de 10, 5 y 1
Chapter 7:
Lesson 1
Penny, dime and nickel

 

Thursday 4/30

IXL
Lesson P.3 Count money - pennies, nickels, and dimes only

 

Friday 5/1

Paseo Virtual:
Favor a entrar al link de SEL para nuestro paseo. Después, van a dibujar y escribir acerca tu parte favorita del paseo. Si recibieron el mensaje por correo electrónico, deberian de haber creado una cuenta. Si no, pueden abrir una sesion usando la información:
Nombre de usuario: kmendez1@cps.edu
contraseña: salon209
https://www.virtualfieldtrips.org/grade-2-work-and-money/
 

 

Room 209 - Ms. Negrete

LITERACY 

Monday 4/27

Reading: Review of historical fiction as a genre; students will watch assigned readaloud.
Writing: Students will complete a daily journal entry, as prompted by the April Writing Prompts Calendar.
Social Studies: Students will read Scholastic News article titled, "This is the World's Most Dangerous Cat".
Spelling: Students will complete spelling activities with silent letters.
Spelling List: write, knock, wrist, thumb, knee, knight, wrestle, plumber, knew, lamb, sign, and wrong.

 

Tuesday 4/28

Reading: Review of historical fiction as a genre; students will answer questions pertaining to readaloud.
Writing: Students will complete a daily journal entry, as prompted by the April Writing Prompts Calendar.
Social Studies: Students will answer questions pertaining to article titled, "This is the World's Most Dangerous Cat".
Spelling: Students will complete spelling activities with silent letters.
Spelling List: write, knock, wrist, thumb, knee, knight, wrestle, plumber, knew, lamb, sign, and wrong.

 

Wednesday 4/29

Reading: Review of historical fiction as a genre; students watch assigned readalouds and answer questions.
Writing: Students will complete a daily journal entry, as prompted by the April Writing Prompts Calendar.
Social Studies: Students will watch the accompanying video to article titled "What are endangered animals?"
Spelling: Students will complete spelling activities with silent letters.
Spelling List: write, knock, wrist, thumb, knee, knight, wrestle, plumber, knew, lamb, sign, and wrong.

Thursday 4/30

Reading: Review of historical fiction as a genre; students will compare and contrast 2 historical fiction stories.
Writing: Students will complete a daily journal entry, as prompted by the April Writing Prompts Calendar.
Social Studies: Students will complete Google Doc questions pertaining to the video "What are endangered animals?"
Spelling: Students will complete spelling activities with silent letters.
Spelling List: write, knock, wrist, thumb, knee, knight, wrestle, plumber, knew, lamb, sign, and wrong.

Friday 5/1

Reading: Quiz on historical fiction as a genre
Writing: Students will complete a daily journal entry, as prompted by the April Writing Prompts Calendar.
Social Studies: Students will complete Newsela.com article and quiz/writing activity.
Spelling: Students will complete spelling activities with silent letters.
Spelling List: write, knock, wrist, thumb, knee, knight, wrestle, plumber, knew, lamb, sign, and wrong.

SEL

 

Monday 4/27

Students will complete an activty from April's SEL Calendar:
Activity of the Day: Try a new hobby

Tuesday 4/28

Students will complete an activty from April's SEL Calendar:
Activity of the Day: Write a letter and send it

Wednesday 4/29

Students will complete an activty from April's SEL Calendar:
Activity of the Day: Make an obstacle course in your house

 

Thursday 4/30

Students will complete an activty from April's SEL Calendar:
Activity of the Day: Help someone older than you

Friday 5/1

Students will complete an activity from April's SEL Calendar:
Activity of the Day: Tell a joke to someone

 

MATH 

Monday 4/27

Chapter 8: Length in Customary Units
Lesson 8.5: Add and Subtract in Inches

Tuesday 4/28

Chapter 8: Length in Customary Units
Lesson 8.6: Measure in Inches and Feet

 

Wednesday 4/29

Chapter 8: Length in Customary Units
Lesson 8.7: Estimate Lengths in Feet

Thursday 4/30

Students will complete assigned IXL activities (2nd grade
S.1, S.2, S.3).
 

Friday 5/1

Chapter 8: Length in Customary Units
Lesson 8.8: Choose a Tool

© 2018 by Carl Von Linne School

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • White Vimeo Icon