March 9-13 Week 26

Author: krasmussen

Monday:

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Vocabulary-available;  Phonics-adjectives with er, est; Comprehension-Determine importance: Supporting Details; Writing Form: Report

Computer Lab:

Spelling City

Social Studies:  Chapter 5

(Rasmussen) Objective:  Students will review Chapter 5 and take the assessment

Science:

No Switch

Special:

Music

Math:  9.10 Progress Check

Objective: Review and assess children’s progress on mathematical content through the end of Unit 9.

Health:  GoNoodle.com

Tuesday:

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Vocabulary-taste, range; Phonics-adjectives with er, est; Comprehension-Determine importance: Supporting Details; Writing Form: Report; Target Skill-Nonfiction Feature: Headings

Computer Lab:

Academy of Reading

Social Studies:  Chapter 5

(Rasmussen) Objective:  Students will review Chapter 5 and take the assessment

Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Library and Art

Math:

No Math Due to Art.

Targeted skill work

Health:

Wednesday:

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Vocabularystructured vocabulary discussion; Phonics-adjectives with er, est; Fluency-Use punctuation to inform meaning; Comprehension-Ask Questions: Author’s Purpose; Writing Form: Report; Spelling-pretest

Computer Lab:

Academy of Math

Social Studies:

(Dragseth)  Objective:  Students will review Chapter 5 and take the assessment

 Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Music

Math:  10.1 Money

Objective:  Students will review notation and equivalencies for money amounts.

Students will complete pp. 230-231 in their Math Journal

Thursday:

Reading/Literacy:

VocabularyReflect and Refine; Phonics-adjectives with er, est; Comprehension-Determine Importance-Supporting Details;  Writing-From: Report

Computer Lab:

Education City

Social Studies:

(Dragseth) Read Ranger In Time

Science:

With Mrs. Dragseth

Special:

Computer Lab

Math:  10.2 Decimal Notation for Pennies and Dimes

Objective: Students will review estimation, dollars-and-cents notation, and names for a dollar, a dime, and a penny.

Students will complete p. 230 in their Math Journal

Home Link 10.2 will be sent home for completion

Health:  HealthTeacher.com

Friday:  

Reading/Literacy:

Objectives:  Review Theme 12; Theme 12 assessment; spelling assessment;

Computer Lab:

Academy of Reading/Academy of Math/Education City

Social Studies:

Read Ranger In Time

Science:

No Switch

Special:

Music

Math: 10.3 Money Amounts with a Calculator

Objective:  Students will enter money amounts into a calculator and interpret calculator displays.

Students will complete pp. 234-237 in their Math Journals.

Home Link 10.3 will be sent home for completion.

Health:

Janet Mattson, Sebeka School Nurse, will visit with the 2nd grade classes about the importance of Well-Child Checks.

 

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