Heads Up!

The story for this week is “Abuela”

Spelling Words

Please have students study the following words for our spelling test Thursday.

Language Arts Skill: Adverbs - The student would be able to identify adverbs.

dare                 rare                   airport

airplanes          pair                   chair

careful             share                scare

hair                  city                    tallest

boat                 morning            happier

Writing Skill: Informational  -

The student would write an informational writing piece.  An informational writing is when the writer gathers information about a topic and summarizes it.

Math Skill: Multiplication - The student would be able to add & subtraction two and digit numbers with and without regrouping.

Science Theme: Plant Lifecycle - The student will investigate the life cycles of different living organisms.

Social Studies Theme: Georgia’s Past - The student would be able to identify great Georgians of the past.

Resources: Monday- Music

Tuesday- Art

Wednesday- Science & Math Lab

Thursday- P.E. (wear sneakers)

Friday- Computer Lab

This Week’s Homework:

Reference guide is on the back of homework sheet.

Monday

Parent Signature:___________________

Color Card of the Day ____

Read “Abuela”

Reading and Math worksheet.

 

Tuesday

Parent Signature:___________________

Color Card of the Day ____

Read “Abuela”

Reading and Math worksheet

 

Wednesday

Parent Signature:___________________

Color Card of the Day ____

Read “Abuela”

Reading and Math worksheet

Study for spelling test.

Thursday

Parent Signature:___________________

Color Card of the Day ____

Read “Abuela”

Reading and Math worksheet

 

Friday

Color Card of the Day _____

Have a great spring break.  Read a good book. Use the Study Island website to prepare for the second grade “practice CRCT”

 

 

 

 

Reminders:

  • Ice cream is $1.00 on Wednesday and Friday.
  • If your child is off-task or has received two or more color card changes, he/she will not be able to purchase ice cream.
  • Student is to come to school prepared with school supplies daily (pencils, crayons, paper).

 

Weekly Reference Guide

 

Reading/Spelling: This week’s spelling words are from the Reading story “Abuela”.  Pre-test for Spelling will be done on Thursday & if needed a follow-up test will be on Friday.   Bonus word is on p. 280.

 

Language: Adverb describes the verb.  Example: happily, quickly

The turtle was walking slowly across the street.

 

Math: Multiplication:

Array is an arrangement of a set of numbers or objects in rows and columns.

 

 

 

3 x 2 = 6                                 2 + 2 + 2 = 6

 

Keep reviewing addition and subtraction:

 

Addition without regrouping 25                               Subtraction without regrouping 19

                                              +23                                                                                     -17

                                                48                                                                                         2

 

Addition with regrouping 32                         Subtraction with regrouping 409

                                         +19                                                                                  - 298

                                           51                                                                         111

 

Science: Plant Life Cycle:

Flower is a plant part where fruit and seeds are formed.

Cone is the part where seeds form in a plant without flowers.

Population is a group of the same kind of living thing in one place.

Environment is all the living and nonliving things around a living thing.

Inherit is to have traits passed on from the parents.

Life cycle is a series of changes that a living thing goes through as it grows.

Gravity is a force that pulls all objects toward each other.

Fruit is the part of a flower that is around a seed.

Seed is the part from which a new plant grows.

 

Social Studies: Georgians & Civil Rights:

Jackie Robinson

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.