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Second Grade News- March 4th
Posted by: Tesin Dosch Published: 3/4/18


March 9th- Report Cards Go Home

March 13th and 14th- Minimum Days- Parent Teacher Conferences

March 15th and 16th- No School

March 20th- Field Trip to Monterey Bay Aquarium


Reader’s Workshop: In Reader’s Workshop, students worked on becoming an expert on a nonfiction text. They chose important parts from the text, noticed keywords and practiced retelling the text. Then, they acted as tour guides of their books by sharing their expertise with their classmates.

Be a Tour Guide

Writer’s Workshop: In Writer’s Workshop, students revised and edited their nonfiction pieces. Later in the week, students started to publish their nonfiction pieces. Students have been working really hard to make sure their writing has an interesting and exciting beginning, contains facts about the topic, includes keywords, and has a concluding sentence or section.

Writer s Workshop

Writer s Workshop

Math Workshop: In Math Workshop, students learned about time. They learned to tell time in increments of 5 minutes and learned how to describe time using the phrases “____minutes past____” and “quarter past_____.” Have conversations about telling time with your students and practice with them!

Quarter Past 1

Science: In Science, students have learned about erosion and how it is caused by wind and water. They learned how erosion impacts people and ways that we can prevent erosion. Next week, students will be participating in a design challenge. Their challenge is to create and design a way to prevent erosion from happening. It will be a fun and exciting to see their creativity!