• Math Day 2

    Grade 2, Day 2 Math: Practice Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 1,000; Finding Number Patterns

    Estimated Time for 3 Activities: Approximately 45 minutes

    Things to know:

    1. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your

    own based off the supplied worksheets.

    1. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will

    send these sheets through email.

     

    Activity 1:

    Overview: Practice comparing numbers using terms greater than and less than; You will order 3-digit

    numbers; You will identify number patterns.

    Explanation: You will compare and order 3-digit numbers.

    Tasks:

    1. Compare the given numbers. Check the box if the sentence is correct. Directions are provided on the sheets emailed to you.
    2. Compare numbers to circle the greatest or least number.
    3. Compare numbers write if they are greater than or less than to make the sentence true.

    Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.

    1. Use greater than or less than symbols to make sentences true.

     

    Activity 2:

    Overview: Practice comparing numbers using terms greater than and less than. You will order 3-digit numbers.

    Explanation: You will compare and order 3-digit numbers.

    Tasks:

    1. You will order numbers from greatest to least or least to greatest.

    How is this assignment turned in to the teacher: (SeeSaw optional post)

     

    Activity 3:

    Overview: Identify Number Patterns

    Explanation: You will find missing numbers in a number pattern.

    Tasks:

    1. You will find the missing numbers in the number pattern.

    How is this assignment turned in to the teacher: (SeeSaw optional post)

     

     

    Writing Day 2

    Friendly letter

    Estimated time: 40 minutes

     

    Step 1-Prompt: Think of a family member that you do not live with. Write them a friendly letter. Make sure to include all the parts of a friendly letter.

     

    Step 2: Think about the following ideas.

    • What do you want to share with this person?
    • What have you been up to lately that you could tell them about?
    • What questions could you ask them?

     

    Step 3: Write your draft.

    • Use the friendly letter paper in your Writing packet, write the letter in a card, or use any paper that you have at home.
    • Make sure your letter has a date, greeting, body (at least 5 sentences), closing, and signature.
    • Writing your ideas in an order that makes sense.

     

    Step 4: Reread, revise, and edit.

    Make sure your letter has correct capitalization, spelling, and punctuation.

     

    Step 5: Addressing the envelope.

    With the help of Mom or Dad, address an envelope and mail out your letter!

     

     

    Day 2 WTW Sort 25

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

     

    Activity Day 2:

    Overview: Reading, Writing, and Sorting words with r-influenced Vowel Patterns -er, -ear, -eer, and -ear=ur

     

    Explanation:  Read, sort , and spell words with r-influenced Vowel Patterns -er, -ear, -eer, and -ear=ur

    /er/ sound spelled er like in her and spelled ear like in earn

    /ēr/ sound spelled -ear or -eer like in hear and deer

     

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or a brother or sister to reread your poem Arctic Fox.
    2. Use pages 34 and 35 in your WTW book found in your BEAR Binder.
    3. Specific directions are provided on the WTW page 35 in your BEAR Binder.

     

    Tasks:

    1. Read aloud the poem on page 34 three times.
    2. Pull out your words on the rectangles, read, and sort.
    3. Complete page 35 in your BEAR binder. Be sure to write neatly and spell the words correctly.
    4. How is this assignment turned in to the teacher: Completed pages stay in your BEAR Binder.
    5. Go to Spelling City. Locate Sort 25 and work on one of the games. Here’s how to access Spelling City: https://www.spellingcity.com/

    Click Search

    Click Teachers/Parents

    Type in Butlergrade2

    Click on Butler Grade 2

    Pick the sort we are studying

    Choose a game

    Please note: We only have access to the free games. You may be able to access the premium games if you sign up, but it is not necessary.

     

    Grade 2: Reading

    Total estimated time: 65 minutes

    Independent Reading – 20 minutes

    Students are expected to read a self-selected text for a 20-minute block to continue to build on reading stamina, fluency, and comprehension. Students should read from a self-selected text, library book, or digital resource.

    Find a cozy spot in your house, bring along your favorite stuffed animal and grab a book you are interested in reading.

    Set a timer for 20 minutes and “fall into your story”!

     

    Non Fiction Comprehension Lesson – 45 minutes

    Step 1: In your Friends Anthology read pages 124-150 What Lives in a Shell? By Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld. If you do not have the anthology, find a book or article about an animal or insect or log onto National Geographic Kids.

    Step 2: In your grab bag pull out the “Facts I’ve Learned” graphic organizer. You can also just use a pen and paper. Record two facts you learned from your reading.

    Step 3: Illustrate and color each fact you have recorded. Add labels to your illustration if needed.

    Step 4: Post to SeeSaw so the class can enjoy your discoveries!

     

     

    Science / Social Studies

     Estimated time: 30 minutes

     Grade 2: Scholastic News – “Why Is This River Green?”

     

    Things to Know: 

     Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or a brother or sister to read/ listen to the article and complete worksheets.

     

    2 Follow the link to Scholastic News: https://sn2.scholastic.com

    Click “Log in”

    Click “I am a student”

    Enter your classroom password: butler2

    Click on the assigned article to listen to it. You can also watch the video, learn the vocabulary, and play the game.

     

    *If you do not have access to the website, just use your paper article to complete the lesson below!

     

    Tasks:

    1. Listen or read the article "Why Is This River Green?" 
    2. After you read the article complete Reading Checkpoint page in the back of your packet.
    3. If you haven’t built a leprechaun trap yet, design one and post it to Seesaw. Use can use the organizer in the back of your packet to plan it out.