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Title: WELCOME TO SECOND GRADE


1
WELCOME TO SECOND GRADE
2
SUPPLIES
  • Backpack AT SCHOOL EVERY DAY
  • Pencils and erasers
  • Crayonsno giant boxes
  • Glues sticks and 8 oz. bottle glue
  • Sanitary wipes
  • Scissors
  • Wide ruled spiral notebookno ring binders
  • Small pencil box

3
TOYS???
  • We dont need them at school. They are a
    distraction and can get misplaced.

4
Here is what we will be learning in
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Writing

5
ABSOLUTE READING SKILLS
  •  
  • Use phonics to decode unfamiliar words.
  •  
  • Know common sight words appropriate to grade
    level.
  •  
  • Apply fluency to improve comprehension.
  •  
  • Understand differences between informational/expos
    itory text and literary/narrative text.
  •  
  • SECOND GRADE ABSOLUTES IN READING
  •  
  • All of the above, plus
  •  
  • Retell story sequence
  •  
  • Make conclusions and give a response to reading.
  •  
  • Predict and infer before, during, and after
    reading 
  •  

6
DEFINITIONS
  • decodefigure out a new word using sounds or
    chunks of the word
  •  
  • informational/expository textusually an
    explanation of something with details and facts,
    non-fiction
  •  
  • literary/narrative text a story, with a
    beginning, middle, and end, usually fiction
  •  
  • sequence the order of the events
  •  
  • predict see what might happen next
  •  
  • infer understand something not said outright in
    the reading
  •  

7
ABSOLUTE MATH SKILLS
  • Identify place value, ones, tens, hundreds to a
    thousand
  • Write a 3 digit number in expanded form i.e. 528
    would be 500208
  • Group 3 digit numbers into hundreds, tens, and
    ones in more than one way
  • Place numbers in order from 1 to 1,000
  • Quickly recall addition and related subtraction
    facts to 20
  • Solve addition and subtraction word problems
  • Add and subtract two-digit numbers
  • Measure lengths in both metric and U.S.
    customary lengths
  • Show data in bar and picture graphs
  • Recognize the meaning of equal parts and parts
    of a whole in fractions

8
ABSOLUTE WRITING SKILLS
  • FIRST GRADE WRITING ABSOLUTES
  •  
  • Use capitals for names, places, days of week.
  •  
  • Use periods or question mark at the end of a
    sentence.
  •  
  • Spell words from spelling lists correctly in
    writing.
  •  
  • Spell unknown words phonetically, sounding them
    out.
  •  
  • Write complete sentences.
  •  
  • SECOND GRADE WRITING ABSOLUTES
  •  
  • All of the above, plus
  •  
  • Organizes multiple sentences on one topic with
    beginning, middle, and end.
  • Shows a paragraph by indenting or skipping a
    line.
  •  

9
THIS IS WHAT SECOND GRADE SPELLING HOMEWORK LOOKS
LIKE
10
SPELLING HOMEWORK
  • Practice the words and send it in for a homework
    sticker.
  • Keep the practice list and practice these words
    all week for a 100 A score on the test.

11
READING HOMEWORK
  • You will get little books once or twice a week
    for homework. They will be 4-16 (!) pages. There
    will be a homework page stapled on back to return
    for a homework sticker.
  • For a short video on how to help your children
    read their books go to Hood Canal Schools
    website and click on READ WITH YOUR KID.

12
READING HOMEWORK PAGE
13
MATH HOMEWORK
  • Sometimes you will get math homework. Return to
    school for a homework sticker.
  • Sometimes it can be hard to figure out the
    homework. Do what you can, but if you get stuck,
    just sign the homework and let us know what was
    confusing.
  • Or call us at 877-5463.

14
NOW YOUVE GOT OUR NUMBER
  • Make sure we have the best number to get hold of
    you. If your child won the lottery or fell off
    the bars, what would be the fastest way to
    contact you? Make sure your teacher and the
    office know this information.

15
LAST
  • We miss your child when s/hes not here. Children
    need to be in class ON TIME to learn.
  • Well do our best to be on time and ready for
    you, please do your best to get to school on time
    every day.
  • Sometimes kids get sick. A fever or contagious
    sickness cant be avoided. Call or come by for
    homework.
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