Goodbye Second Graders!

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Good morning second grade families!
I hope you all loved meeting your third grade teacher!  I know you will have a wonderful school year ahead!  I have LOVED being your second grade teacher even though our school year did not end in the way we had all hoped!  I will cherish all of the fun memories we created together and will hold each and every one of you close to my heart!  You have all learned so much this year and have grown leaps and bounds!  Enjoy every moment of summer!  Love, Mrs. B. 


3-Dimensional Shapes!

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Get ready second graders to do a 3 dimensional shape hunt in your house!  I can’t wait to see you Wednesday night at 7:00 pm!  Here is a Mrs. B. video and a game for you to play to get ready!  See you there!  Love, Mrs. B.

Chapter 12: Lesson 4: Three-Dimensional Shapes – Watch Video

Shape Match Game! https://www.abcya.com/games/shape_match

3D Shape Hunt and Surprise Guest!

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WE ARE HOSTING ONE GROUP GOOGLE MEET THIS WEEK!  

When:  Wednesday, May 20 at 7:00 PM

What:  Mrs. B. will provide 3 Dimensional shape instruction.  I will also introduce some 3D shapes that you will learn about on your remote learning checklist this week!  If you have a 3D shape to share- please bring it to the meet!  We will be talking about sides, faces, and vertices!

Surprise Guest!  Mrs. Longenecker will be with us for a fun introduction to multiplication!  

What do you need?  Please bring your 3D shape from your shape hunt!  Google Meet Code is the SAME for all Wednesday night pop ups!  I sent the link reminder in email! See you there!

Looking Ahead…Wednesday Student Spotlight! Ethan!

Wednesday’s student spotlight is on Ethan! Ethan is a pleasure to have in our classroom. He impresses us with his drawings and his ability to work with numbers. Ethan works very hard and never gives up. He listens carefully and always knows what to do. His artwork is a good display of just how much effort Ethan puts into his projects. He is kind and you can always catch him with a big smile on his face!

Looking Ahead…Tuesday Student Spotlight! Aidyn!

Tuesday’s student spotlight is on Aidyn! Aidyn is someone that we all look forward to seeing every day in school. He is a kind friend that we can all count on. Aidyn is a math wizard and has the ability to see math in his head…wow! He has great problem-solving skills that will always impress his teachers. Aidyn is a caring kid who will always put others before himself. We are lucky to have a boy like Aidyn in our classroom!

Who will be the next student spotlight? Keep checking the blog to find out! Every student will have their moment in the spotlight☺️

Monday’s Student Spotlight! Rueben!

Today’s student spotlight is on Rueben! Rueben is our creative, outside-of-the-box thinker. He has a wonderful imagination and thinks of ideas that are very impressive. Rueben has grown so much this year and has proven to be a great math whiz and reader. He is a critical thinker and can pick up on the deeper messages in stories. We love hearing about Rueben’s thinking and we can’t wait to see where it takes him in his future!

Meet Your Third Grade Teacher!

Since we are not able to be together for our students to meet the teachers in the next grade level, we have created a time for all students to meet the teachers and get to know the expectations of the grade level for the 2020-2021 school year.

On May 28th, students will be able to virtually meet their teacher for next year. Use the schedule and links below to find your child’s session.

Google Meet Codes and Times
Grade 1 (9:30-9:50 AM)meet.google.com/ipv-mvok-nwd
Grade 2 (10:00-10:20 AM)meet.google.com/hnp-xmip-nfn
Grade 3 (10:30-10:50 AM)http://meet.google.com/esn-cekq-nsn
Grade 4 (11:00-11:20 AM)http://meet.google.com/sqy-giyj-qop
Grade 5 (11:30-11:50 AM)https://meet.google.com/qzr-dzec-pzz?authuser=0
Grade 6 (12:00-12:20 PM)meet.google.com/fku-dukw-hcx

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.