Teacher Pages Archive

Posted on November 17, 2017

Brawl of the Wild

Today we had great fun celebrating tomorrow’s Cat-Griz game. Students wrote an opinion piece about which team they liked and why, we created a class graph voting for our favorite team.  We then used our graph to practice math concepts such as greater than/less than, comparison word problems, and adding and subtracting equations.  It was a fun way to practice our math and writing skills!  May the best team win and Go Cats!

Posted on November 17, 2017

Sorting Scientists

What happens when all of your tubs of math blocks and bears get dumped out?  You seize the opportunity to turn it into a science lesson on sorting and classifying!

Posted on November 13, 2017

Parent Teacher Conferences

Don’t forget Parent Teacher Conferences are this Tuesday and Thursday, November 14th and 16th.  If you are unable to make your conference time, please be sure to let me know so we can reschedule!  Thank you, I’m looking forward to visiting with everyone!

 

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Niomi E.               3:30-3:45

Ayden H.              3:45-4:00

Lillia F.                  4:00-4:15

Serenity s.           4:15-4:30

Landon G.            4:45-5:00

Sorley M.             5:00-5:15

Ellie B.                   5:15-5:30

Siri F.                     5:30-5:45

Cameron C.         5:45-6:00

Grayson T.           6:00-6:15

Aaliyah N.            6:15-6:30

Jilli O.                    6:30-6:45

 

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Mikeal                 3:30-3:45

Cruz P.                  4:00-4:15

Emmett M.         4:30-4:45

Brayden G.          4:45-5:00

Lucas T.                 5:00-5:15

Zavier T.               5:30-5:45

Ava R.                    5:45-6:00

Deegan R.            6:00-6:15

Nora S.                 6:15-6:30

Marlee F.             6:30-6:45

 

Posted on November 3, 2017

Ugly Vegetable Soup

This week we read a story called The Ugly Vegetables which is about a young girl who is disappointed when her mom plants a Chinese vegetable garden, all the neighbors plant beautiful flowers and they have “ugly yucky vegetables”.  We made our own “Ugly Vegetable” soup, full of different kinds of vegetables including carrots, celery, onions, broccoli, bok choy, potatoes, green beans, and a rutabaga.  Even though it was still a little crunchy at the end of the day, the students loved it and ate every last bit!  So if your kiddo comes home and says they don’t like vegetables, I’d have to disagree!!

Posted on November 3, 2017

A Happy Halloween!

Well we survived Halloween! We had a fun and exciting day!  Here are a few pictures of our scary stories we wrote, our candy corn science experiment, and the class all decked out in their costumes.  It was a fun day, thanks to everyone for the help with the yummy fruit and for helping out with our party!!

Posted on October 9, 2017

Flexible Seating

Check out our new flexible seating in 2nd grade!  Students now have more choices of where they sit in the classroom.  Students can choose whether to sit, stand, kneel at a low table, or sit on the floor to do their work.  The idea of flexible seating is to allow students to decide for themselves where they will learn best.  As long as they are engaged and working, they get to decide where they are sitting!  So far it is working great and the students enjoy being in charge of their learning!

 

Posted on October 9, 2017

Fall Leaves

Last Wednesday we had an art lesson with Mrs. Sielbach.  Students painted fall leaves using watercolor paints.  The finished products were beautiful!

Posted on October 9, 2017

Buddy Math

Last Monday we worked with our Kindergarten buddies on the math geo boards.  We worked together to make all the numbers 1-10, complete some challenge pictures, and make some designs of our own.  Buddy time is always great fun!!

 

 

Posted on September 20, 2017

Equation Chains

Today we learned what an equation chain is in math.  An equation chain is a series of expressions that equal the same number.  For example 5=1+4=3+2=4+1=6-1=5+0=10-5.  Students really enjoyed making the chains, be sure to ask them to show you how to make an equation chain!

Posted on September 20, 2017

A House for Me, A Community for Us

Today we had our first art lesson with Mrs. Sielbach.  Here is what she had to say about our lesson:

Children are creative builders, architects and artists! In this art lesson students build “houses with blocks and translate their buildings into drawings. Color is added with primary colors of oil pastel, which students blend to create many other colors. Students cut out their houses and add them to the community. This lesson reinforces knowledge about shapes and color mixing, as well as giving students an opportunity to creatively express ideas about houses and communities.