Today we learned a new game called Doubles Bump! We are practicing our doubles facts and facts to ten!
It's been a busy month in 2C! September has absolutely flown by and we have certainly accomplished a lot. Here is a peek at some of the things we've been up to.
We have been practicing patterns in math. We practiced repeating and growing patterns and have moved onto skip counting. We played games like Turn Over Ten and Tens Go Fish. We also read the book Two of Everything By Lily Toy Hong and reviewed our doubles facts.
Ms. P came in and shared about her Mystery Garden. Students made an observation in their science notebooks.
We also practiced science observations with seashells in our notebooks.
We made a collage of the five food groups during our study of Nutrition and they My Plate.
We had SO much fun yesterday at the Baker Olympics! Team Blue took home two gold and a bronze! Thank you to Mr. King for hand making ALL of the medals.
We also started our motion unit. Students have had some fun using force to make things move. Ask a 2C student what two things they need to make something move! We'll be taking more pictures of our motion unit and hanging them on the bulletin board in class. Stay tuned!
We have had a busy few weeks in second grade! Here are some of the highlights! We decorated our hot air balloons and hung them in the classroom. We also made Thanksgiving placemats for our Thanksgiving Feast.
We went to the Thanksgiving Assembly and ate a big Thanksgiving feast!
Second graders started learning about landforms this week. We got into groups and made posters that we will present to our class next week.
Students had a great day switching classrooms and working with the other second grade teachers. Here are some highlights from today:
Halloween Acrostic Poetry in 2L!
Halloween Scavenger Hunt in 2B!
Halloween Bingo in 2N!
Cue-tip Skeletons in 2C with Ms. Sayah!
At the end of the day, we read the book Th Biggest Pumpkin Ever by Steven Kroll.
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