• Tuesday, March 31, 2020



    Day 11

    funny crayon - Twiniversity


    What kid doesn't love to eat crayons? I'm kidding but crayons have been around for a long time for our enjoyment.  Here is a fun fact, In 1903, Binney & Smith created the Crayola Division and produced the first colored wax crayons! Visit this site to learn 10 really cool facts about crayons.  The more you know... (cue the piano music- anyone? Anyone?)



    So here's to a great Tuesday! Some asked you asked me yesterday, what does my child need to get done today? Here is the answer, since it is "conference week" we were asked to only post Math lessons.  Please take it easy (as much as you can).  If you want reading or writing activities (OPTIONAL) the links are below. 


    “This week’s Distance Learning activities are limited to math and special. 

    Please use the remainder of the time to catch up on activities posted during the previous two weeks. 

    Elementary teachers will be conducting conferences and planning new learning for next week’s launch of Phase 2 of the CB Distance Learning Plan.

    Thank you!”






     Freckle: I have heard some friends love Freckle so I have assigned you some reading.  Go check it out.  https://student.freckle.com/#/login  Classcode: MCGOUK  and your name is just your first name and last initial.   Ex.  Joanne M


    Epic! Epic! www.getepic.com/students CLASS CODE: nep4034  CLASS CODE: nep4034


    Kidsa-z:  to practice fluency, decoding and reading comprehension, go to Kidsa-z.com and refer to your password that I emailed you for your individually assigned reading work. If you can't find that password, just email me. :) 


    Daily writing task: If you want to keep it simple, just write about today's writing prompt of the day: https://www.theteacherscorner.net/daily-writing-prompts/march/Mar31.pdf


    Grammar: grammar games



     MATH: (I will directly email you with worksheets that are referenced below) 

    Grade 2, Day 9 Math: Shapes and Patterns

    Estimated Time for Activities: Approximately 30 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.

    2. 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: Shapes and Patterns

    Explanation: Practice flat and solid shapes.



    1. Identify, name, and color given shapes.

    2. Match each shape with its name.

    3. Draw lines on shapes to show smaller shapes inside.

    4. Use clues to find and name shapes.


    How is this assignment turned in to the teacher: Keep it and return it to me when school resumes or Seesaw a picture!