Mrs. Dant's Class Website

Hello Room 23 Families,

Thank You!

Thank you so much for all the treats, cards, and gifts I received during teacher appreciation week. I am very grateful!

Upcoming Events:

May 20 - May 24 - Fitness Week. Our color is orange.

May 22 - Primary Olympics

**Wear athletic shoes all week.

May 24th - (Friday)

  • Second Grade Square Dance Performance at 8:25 am in the auditorium
  • Fun Run 9:30am- 9:55am

May 27th - (Monday) No school - Memorial Day holiday.

May 30th - (Thursday) Eco Lab Animal Sanctuary

May 31st - (Friday) Spring Sing Kinder, 2nd, 4th & Chorus 8:30am – 9:30am *Auditorium

Work Envelopes : Please sign and return.

Scholastic Books: Here’s how:

Order due date:

1. Choose books with your child from the paper flyers or online at: scholastic.com/bookclubs

2. Go online to submit your order.

*The activation code to place Scholastic book orders online is JRY3L.

PE SHOES: ***Please wear shoes that they can exercise in on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Information:

My Email: pdant@lausd.net

Class Code for Zearn: GH7M7X

Curriculum News:

Language Arts:

Unit Title: Wind and Water Change Earth

Genre: Non Fiction

Comprehension Skills:

In this unit, key details and main idea, author's purpose, inferencing, text features

Spelling/Phonics:

  • farmer, teacher, visitor, actor, sailor, baker, writer, doctor, dancer, inventor

Decodable:

Phonics: - Irregular Plural Nouns

High Frequency Words:

  • area, ever, hours, measure, notice, order, piece, short, today, true
  • Academic Language:
  • canyons, floodwater, riverbank, damage, surrounding

Grammar /Writing: irregular plural nouns, building vocabulary through formal and informal language. /Main idea and details.


Math

Class Code for Zearn: GH7M7X

Module 6: Foundations of Multiplication and Division

The Meaning of Even and Odd Numbers

Objective 1: Relate doubles to even numbers, and write number sentences to express the sums. (Lesson 17)

Objective 2: Pair objects and skip-count to relate to even numbers. (Lesson 18)

Objective 3: Investigate the pattern of even numbers: 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 in the ones place, and relate to odd numbers. (Lesson 19)

Objective 4: Use rectangular arrays to investigate odd and even numbers. (Lesson 20)

** Module Tips for parents:

TOPIC A

https://www.lpssonline.com/uploads/g2m6Anewsletter1.pdf

TOPIC B

https://www.lpssonline.com/uploads/g2m6Bnewsletter.pdf

TOPIC C

https://www.lpssonline.com/uploads/G2M6Cnewsletter.pdf

TOPIC D

https://www.lpssonline.com/uploads/G2M6Dnewsletter.pdf


Science and Health:

Pebbles, Sand, and Silt

Students investigate a mixture of different-sized river rocks as a phenomenon. They separate the rocks using a series of three screens to identify five sizes of rocks: large pebbles, small pebbles, large gravel, small gravel, and sand. They add water to a vial of sand to discover silt and clay. Students learn how sand is formed and compare slow landform changes of weathering and erosion to rapid landform changes due to volcanic eruptions.

Insects and Plants

The class observes painted lady larvae grow, pupate, and emerge as adult butterflies.

  • Health: Healthy Foods

Social Studies:

Art:

This week we are learning about colors and lines.

Technology:

Your students should practice typing skills daily. (Computer Wise Handout is in homework folder)

Students need to access Typing Tutor to develop keyboarding skills. If they practice at home, please make sure they follow the lighted fingers displayed on typing tutor, and that they rest their fingers on the home row keys. It's similar to learning to play the piano.

Grade key: pink

Password: bee

Homework:

Independent reading is required for 15-20 minutes each night. Homework that involves reading counts toward the minutes.

Log into Zearn for daily additional practice and reinforcement of lessons as part of nightly homework.

Please send in head phones for your child if you have not already done so, so Zearn can be completed in class as well as at home.

  • *Your child can go to previous Modules and complete lessons they have not done. Please make sure they are watching the short videos that teaches the concepts to them.

Monday to Thursday

  • Eat a Rainbow! - Start eating a rainbow of fruits and vegetables this week with your family! Your Rainbow Challenge Paper is due this Friday.
  • Exercise 20 minutes


*Homework is subject to change


Math Homework Help

Sent home math homework helper packet.