Monday, March 23rd

Reading 104 Activities: 

I can compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures.

  • Set timer for 10 minutes. Complete pages from your language arts packet sent home 3/13. 
  • Set timer for 20 minutes. Read independently on RAZ-Kids. Check your Assignment Rocket for book & quiz of the day. Complete this first. Quiz results are sent to the teacher directly by site. If you finish early, you may visit the Reading Room rocket for a book of your choice.
  • Set timer for 20 minutes. Log in to eSpark Reading. Work towards your HIgh 5 goal! Student progress sent directly to teacher from site.
  • IXL Enrichment Language Arts 2nd Grade

J.1Choose the diphthong word that matches the picture

J.2Complete the word with the correct diphthong: oi, oy, ou, ow

Room 104 Math Activities: 

I can add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Using a variety of strategies.

  • Set timer for 15 minutes. Complete pages from your math packet sent home 3/13. 
  • Set timer for 20 minutes. Log in to eSpark Math. Work towards your HIgh 5 goal! Student progress sent directly to teacher from site.
  • IXL Enrichment  Math 2nd Grade

M.2Place value models – up to hundreds

Room 104 Social Studies Activity: 

I can compare and contrast urban and rural communities.

https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/communities/ruralsuburbanandurban/

Watch the video about communities. Compare and contrast rural and urban communities.

Bonus: Draw a picture of a community. What important buildings will you include?

Room 104 Speaking & Listening:

I can ask and answer questions with eye contact, a clear speaking voice, and relevant responses.

Ask 3 family members:

If you could combine any two animals together, which ones would you combine? Why?

Practice listening & responding to people.  For example: I agree with ______ because ____.  Or ask a follow-up question.

EXTRA FUN ROOM 104

https://frugalfun4boys.com/lego-projects-for-kids/

Do you have these building blocks? Click the link for some building ideas. Add some math to the fun by using a ruler to measure the height, width, or perimeter (around the outside) of your creation.

https://www.lego.com/en-us

Click the link above to visit the Lego playzone and play Lego themed games.

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