Welcome to Second Grade - Ms. Holland's Class - Home

Welcome to Second Grade - Ms. Holland's Class - Home

Welcome to Second Grade! Julie Booth Dawn Holland Kerry Aldacosta Megan Allen Averi Avent Kelly Merrick Who am I? Communication

Check LES website for updates from Mr. Cohen and upcoming events Newsletter- weekly ( digital) Teacher Weebly Website Homework folders daily Friday folders weekly Behavior

PRIDE Begin Can with 3 rubber bands gain or lose Expected Check to have 3 at end of day HW folder calendar daily

Field Trips Greensboro Science Museum: Oct. 26 NC Museum of Art- Nov. 30, Jan. and March In house- Science Made Fun- Feb. 21

or 22 Register to Volunteer Readers/Writers Workshop Includes: Mini lesson, independent reading time, and small group/strategy work, share time

Select books that are just right for their reading ability End of Year Expectation is for all students to read and comprehend texts at a Level M Build Volume and Stamina Reading Expectations

See Anchor Chart examples on tables Level J- Episodic Text Level M- one story line Math Number and Operations Place Value to 3 digits Read and Write numbers to 1000

Compare 3 digit numbers Add and subtract within 1000 Operations and Algebraic thinking Odd and Even Arrays Word Problems Geometry Identify shapes Partition shapes (1/2, 1/3, ) Measurement and Data Measure using standard units Time (to 5 minute) and Money Picture and Bar graphs

Math Structure Subitizing-instantly Number seeing numbers Talk- mental math/strategies Lesson Launch Explore ( small groups/stations) Share

Science/ Social Studies Science Units: Sound, Matter (solids and liquids) Air and Weather, Life Cycles Social Studies: Communities, Map Skills, Geography, Government, Economics

Parent Support Read at least 15-20 minutes with your child nightly. Use their leveled books that they bring home.

Encourage independence/responsibility Study Letterland Words nightly Independence Students pack OWN book bag Zip

Zippers Tie Shoes Blow Open Noses juice boxes/yogurt tubes Buttons

Why READ?? THANK YOU!!! Conferences- end of 1st Quarter Contact me: [email protected] 919-870-4200 I appreciate all you do at home!

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