Week of 10-16-17

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Happy Conference Week!

This is what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are learning about different elements in a poem.

Writing: This week we will finish our How to Make Applesauce book.

Math-This week we are working on adding and subtracting within 100 using Base Ten form and Expanded form.

Spelling: These are the following words for this week-

Bright

Brightly

Pie

Lightning

Sigh

Tighten

High

Flight

Lie

Idea

Later

Social Studies: With it being an early release week, we we resume social studies next week.

Homework: Math-Worksheet and Moby Max, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Moby Max  *Remember Moby Max is extra credit work*

Important Announcements/Dates:

  • The book fair is finally here! Visit the fair with your student or shop online.Read more information on the Library Blog: http://www.cobblearning.net/teasleylibrary/
  • 10-20- Career Day- If you would like to sign up, please use thee following link attached https://goo.gl/forms/mlNS3ROKXuoxGi4I2
  • Veteran’s Day Celebration!- November 2nd all second grade classes will honor those who have served our county. The performance will be at Teasley at 6:30 pm.

Week of 10-9-17

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Hello! First I would like to thank everyone who contributed to my birthday. I really appreciate your birthday wishes and gifts! Today is the start of quarter 2. This is what we are learning this week:

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are learning about different elements in a poem.

Writing: This quarter we will be writing informational papers. Fun Fun Fun:)  Students will be introduced to informational writing by doing”How to” papers. This week that will write a paper on how to make applesauce, and we will actually make some in the classroom.

Math-This week we are working on solving word problems within 100 using base ten blocks and expanded form.

Spelling: These are the following words for this week-

Dream

Feel

Yield

Cream

Wheel

Field

Greedy

increase

Relief

Always

Sometimes

Put

Play

Social Studies: This week we continuing to learn about different jobs in government such as the Mayor, Governor, and the President.

Homework: Math-Worksheet and Moby Max, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Moby Max  *Remember Moby Max is extra credit work*

Important Announcements/Dates:

  • Thank you to all the parents who have already signed up for conference week. If you have not done so yet. Please sign up before Wednesday.
  • The book fair is coming! It will be held in the Media Center during conference week.
    Visit the fair with your student or shop online.

    Read more information on the Library Blog: http://www.cobblearning.net/teasleylibrary/

  • 10-20- Career Day- If you would like to sign up, please use thee following link attached https://goo.gl/forms/mlNS3ROKXuoxGi4I2

Week of 10-2-17

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Welcome back! I hope everyone enjoyed their fall break. I surely did! We have made it to the last week in 1st quarter…time is flying by isn’t it?

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working on retelling and the important information that should be included when retelling a  story.

Writing: This week students will be writing their final narrative story. We will have our Writing Celebration on Wednesday to celebrate.

Math-This week we are working on counting money and solving money word problems.

Spelling: These are the following words for this week-

Float

Doe

Grown

Boat

Shown

Toe

Below

Yellow

Toenail

Began

Once

Went

While

 

Social Studies: This week we are learning about the different jobs in government such as the Mayor, Governor, and the President.

Homework: Math-Worksheet and Moby Max, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Moby Max  *Remember Moby Max is extra credit work*

Important Announcements/Dates:

  • This year I will be using Signup Genius for conference week. The link will go out by Wednesday. If you are not able to come in for a conference we can have a phone conference.
  • 10-8-Mrs. Stewart’s Birthday!:)
  • 10-20- Career Day- If you would like to sign up, please use thee following link attached https://goo.gl/forms/mlNS3ROKXuoxGi4I2

 

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 9-18-17

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are still working on how to use information from illustrations and words to help students understand the story’s characters, setting or plot.

Writing: Last week students recorded themselves reading their narratives, and graded themselves using a kid friendly narrative rubric. This week, students will used the rubric to help them work on a new narrative topic.

Math-This week we are working on counting money and solving money word problems.

Spelling: These are the following words for this week-

Train

Stay

Eight

Sprain

Tray

Freight

Complain

Obey

Raisin

Along

Both

Together

idea

Social Studies: This week we learn about the different rivers in Georgia.

Homework: Math-Worksheet and Moby Max, Reading-Read for 20 minutes and complete reading log (they can use RAZ kids), Spelling-Moby Max  *Remember Moby Max is extra credit work*

Important Dates:

9/19-Willy’s Spirit Night from 5-7

9/25-9/29- Fall Break

Let’s have a great week!


9-13-17

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Hello! Hope everyone stayed safe during our unexpected break!

Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working on how to use information from illustrations and words to help students understand the story’s characters, setting or plot.

Writing: Students are working on adding good endings to their to their  Narratives.

Math-This week we are working on one step word problems.

Spelling: With it being a short week, students did not receive any new words. I would like for them to review words that they’ve had before using Moby Max.

Social Studies: This week we are finishing up learning about the 5 regions of Georgia.

Homework:This week students are to complete 10 minutes of Moby Max spelling and math, and 20 minutes of RAZ kids for reading. Logins are in their agenda book.

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 9-4-17

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working on describing how characters respond to major events and challenges.

Writing: Students are working on editing and adding details to their  Narratives.

Math-This week we are working on one step word problems.

Spelling: The spelling pattern for this week is open syllable words and sight words:

Cry

go

She

Fly

We

So

Baby

Robot

Tidy

Because

Done

Know

Together

 

 

Social Studies: This week students are learning more about the 5 regions of Georgia. Ask your child what region do we live in?

Homework: Starting this week students will be able to use a program called MobyMax to practice their spelling words and math. They can practice their spelling words any day of the week, but they are to do the assigned math lesson/activity on Thursdays. They can practice their Fluency Facts any day of the week as well. Students will not be penalized if they are not able to complete assignments, but they will receive extra Dojo points for completed assignments.

Students will also be able to read books on using RAZ kids. Their login information is located in the front of their agenda books. This can count towards their 20 minutes of reading.

Other important announcements:

  • T-shirt order forms are due this Friday September 8th.
  • Progress Reports will be sent on home on Friday for students who have received 1’s in subject areas.

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 8-28-17

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Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are still working asking and answering questions using the 5 W’s (Why, Where, What, When, Who)

Writing: Students are working on their rough drafts Narratives. They are writing about their favorite trip.

Math-This week we are working on one step word problems.

Spelling: The spelling pattern for this week is the VCe (silent e) spelling pattern along with second grade sight words:

Another

Don’t

Kind

Put

Saw

Sound

Crate

Stroke

Glide

Reptile

Naptime

Mistake

Social Studies: This week students will be introduced to the different regions of Georgia.

Other important announcements:

  • Yesterday I sent home an order form for class t-shirts. The forms are due by Friday September 8th.
  • Early Release is tomorrow.
  • Labor Day-No School

Let’s have a great week!


Week of 8-22-17

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I hope everyone enjoyed watching the eclipse yesterday! Here’s what we are learning this week:

Reading: This week we are working asking and answering questions using the 5 W’s (Why, Where, What, When, Who)

Writing: Students are working on their rough drafts Narratives. They are writing about their favorite trip.

Math-This week we are working fact families and adding up to 20.

Spelling: The spelling pattern for this week is spelling one-and two-syllable words with closed patterns along with sight words:

shock

fish

chunk

rock

trunk

dish

napkin

magnet

basket

eat

food

sometimes

watch

 

Science: This week we are learning about the 3 states of matter.

Other important announcements:

  • Picture day is August 23. Students will need to be in standard attire for pictures.

Let’s have a great week


Important Reminder!

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August 21: Eclipse- dismissal will be held for 50 minutes. Please see the letter on the home page for information regarding early checkout. 2nd grade students will not be going outside to view the eclipse. We will instead watch a livestream in the classroom. Students who are being checked out need to be checked out before 1:30. If a students is absent on Monday and provide a parent note when returning to school on Tuesday, they will be excused.


Fun Event!

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Teasley families, you are invited to a great family event this Saturday with energetic Campbell HS students and organizations volunteering to help the younger students of Campbell’s feeder schools have a fun time!

 

What:  The 1st Annual WAVE Back to School Olympics.

When:  This Saturday, August 19th, 11am-2pm

Where: Campbell HS Football Field

Why:  We have a huge community of support for excellence in education in Smyrna!  Come join the fun and excitement!

 

Children will have a blast participating in field day events organized by our own Coach Homansky and visit  booths with activities hosted by Campbell HS students.  This event is free, except for the great food offered for sale by the Booster Clubs.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

For more information check out the Teasley PTA Facebook page.