Hello wonderful families!!
I am reaching out for some donations that are needed for our classroom! We use whiteboard dry erase markers daily- either the thick or thin markers, in any color would be greatly appreciated. I am also looking for items for our school store (next time we shop is this Friday). These are packs of small items from either the Target birthday bins, dollar store, etc- small trinkets, pencils, pens, temp. tattoos, etc.
If you’re able to donate any of these items this week or next that would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!
Today we learned two strategies for how to solve two digit subtraction equations. This is a crucial skill in second grade and also something that simply takes practice to develop. The children were amazing today and worked so hard! Here is an explanation of the methods that we will be using (you may want to keep handy for upcoming homework :)).
Mrs. Totten, our STEAM specials teacher is asking for our help!!! She is in need of some help for their last lesson in the States of Matter unit. The students need to design a container that will keep an ice pop from melting. The materials below are needed:
Variety of common materials to create a container that may include:
- Cloth such as old jeans, shirts, jackets, and socks
- Plastic such as bubble wrap, plastic wrap, and sandwich bags
- Foam such as packing peanuts or disposable coffee cups
- Metal such as aluminum foil
- Other items such as pipe cleaners, paper, or cardboard
If you have these in your recyclable’s at home, please send in anytime tomorrow- thru
Jan. 29 to our classroom!
Thanks so much!! The help is appreciated!!!
I hope everyone has enjoyed a wonderful break. I am missing my second graders and can’t wait to see everyone Monday and be back to a routine!
Here is to a great 2018 ahead together!!!