*Last update: June 7, 2020

Weekly Microsoft Teams Meetings:
Ms. Woodell and Ms. Dangle: Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:30pm.
Ms. Bodmer, Ms. Morrone, and Ms. Klioze: 1:30 to 2:00pm

Don't hesitate to contact us: if you have any questions


Ms. Bodmer:
bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu

Don't forget to check the following web pages:
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.

Standards of Learning for the Week of June 8 to June 12

Monday: Language Arts (poetry)
2.7 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts.
c. Read and reread familiar stories and poems with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful
expression.

Tuesday: Math (math problems)
2.6 The student will
a) estimate sums and differences;
b) determine sums and differences, using various methods; and
c) create and solve single-step and two-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction.

Wednesday: Science (gravity)
2.2 The student will investigate and understand that different types of forces may
cause an object’s motion to change
b) some forces, including gravity and magnetism, can cause objects to move
from a distance; and
c) forces have applications in our lives.

Thursday: Social studies (communication)
2.2 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the United States by describing important developments and innovations in United States history, including developments and innovations related to communication and transportation.

Friday: 
Virtual Field trip to Amazement Square in Lynchburg, Virginia!


 
Standards of learning for the week of June 1 to June 5

Monday: Reading
2.7 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts.
h) Draw conclusions based on the text. 
i) Read and reread familiar stories and poems with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression

Tuesday: Math
2.6 The student will
a) estimate sums and differences;
b) determine sums and differences, using various methods; and
c) create and solve single-step and two-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction.

Wednesday: Science
2.2 The student will investigate and understand that different types of forces may cause an object’s motion to change.
b) some forces, including gravity and magnetism, can cause objects to move from a distance; 
c) forces have applications in our lives.

Thursday: Social studies

The student will demonstrate knowledge of the United States by describing important developments and innovations in United States history, including developments and innovations related to communication and transportation.


FridayMeet with the Encore teachers on Teams at 10:00 AM. Ask your teacher for more information!

 

Weekly Microsoft Teams Meetings:
Ms. Woodell and Ms. Dangle: Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:30pm.
Ms. Bodmer, Ms. Morrone, and Ms. Klioze: 1:30 to 2:00pm

Don't hesitate to contact us: if you have any questions


Ms. Bodmer:
bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu

Don't forget to check the following web pages:
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.

Standards of Learning for the Week of May 25-May 29


Monday: Memorial Day

Writing: How did you and your family celebrate Memorial Day? If you didn't celebrate, how would you like to celebrate it?

You can also choose a prompt from our May Writing Calendar.


Tuesday: Math

2.6 The student will 

b) determine sums and differences, using various methods; and 

c) create and solve single-step and two-step practical problems involving addition and subtraction.


Wednesday: Science

2.2 The student will investigate and understand that different types of forces may cause an object’s motion to change. Key ideas include

 a) forces from direct contact can cause an object to move


Thursday: Social Studies

2.5 The student will describe why United States citizens celebrate major holidays, including

d)Independence Day (Fourth of July);

e)Labor Day

 


Friday: Field Trip to the National Museum of Natural History

 


 

2nd Grade Virtual Schoolhouse for the week of May 18 to May 22 
Standards of learning for this week:
 
Please check your teacher's page on the left for instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Monday: Language Arts:

2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts.
g) Draw conclusions based on the text.

Tuesday: Math

2.2 The student will
c) use objects to determine whether a number is even or odd.

Wednesday: Science

2.5 The student will investigate and understand that living things are part of a system.
c) habitats change over time due to many influences.

Thursday: Social Studies

2.5 The student will describe why United States citizens celebrate major holidays, including
c)  Memorial Day
g)  Veterans Day

Friday: Virtual Field Trip to Mount Vernon

 



2nd 
Grade Virtual Schoolhouse for May 11 to May 15 
Standards of learning for this week:

Please, check your teacher's page on the left for instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Monday: Reading

2.7 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts.
c) Ask and answer questions using the text for support.
f) Identify the theme.
i) Read and reread familiar stories and poems with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression.

2.10 The student will write in a variety of forms to include narrative, descriptive, opinion, and expository. 

 
Tuesday: Math
2.2 The student will
a) count forward by twos, fives, and tens to 120, starting at various multiples of 2, 5, or 10;
b) count backward by tens from 120; and 

Wednesday: Science
2.5 The student will investigate and understand that living things are part of a system. Key ideas include
a) plants and animals are interdependent with their living and nonliving surroundings;
b) an animal’s habitat
provides all of its basic needs

Thursday: Social Studies
2.4 The student will describe how the contributions of selected individuals changed the lives of Americans:

b)  Benjamin Franklin
d) George Washington Carver

Friday: Virtual Field Trip


 Don't forget to check the following web pages:
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.






2nd Grade Virtual Schoolhouse for May 4 to May 8
Standards of learning for this week:
Please, click on your teacher's page on the left for instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Monday: Reading

2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts.

e) Ask and answer questions using the text as support.

Tuesday: Math

2.3 The student will
a) name and write fractions represented by a set, region, or length model for halves, fourths, eighths, thirds, and sixths;

Wednesday: Science

2.3 The student will investigate and understand that matter can exist in different phases

c) heating and cooling can change the phases of matter

Thursday: Social Studies

2.4 The student will describe how the contributions of selected individuals changed the lives of Americans, with emphasis on

f) Thurgood Marshall

i) Cesar Chavez

Friday: Virtual Trip to a Farm

Our Zoom Office hours are: 
Ms. Woodell and Ms. Dangle: Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:30pm.
Ms. Bodmer, Ms. Morrone, and Ms. Klioze: 1:30 to 2:00pm

Each teacher will send you the password to access. Please, join us a few minutes before and let us know if you have any problems.
Ms. Bodmer:bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu

Please click on your teacher's page on the left for further instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Don't forget to check the following webpages:
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.


Important: The PWCS Communications Office will be calling you this week with a phone survey about your child's access to Internet devices. We want to get devices to families that do not have them.
Please answer the call and complete the survey!
If you do not get a call by Friday, May 1, please send an email to your child's teacher.
Thanks!

Please read this week's Newsletter

Our Zoom Office hours are: 
Ms. Woodell and Ms. Dangle: Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:30pm.
Ms. Bodmer, Ms. Morrone, and Ms. Klioze: 1:30 to 2:00pm

Each teacher will send you the password to access. Please, join us a few minutes before and let us know if you have any problems.
Ms. Bodmer:bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu

Please click on your teacher's page on the left for further instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Don't forget to check the following webpages:
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.

2nd Grade Virtual Schoolhouse for April 27 to May 1 : 
Standards of learning for this week:

Monday: Language Arts
SOLS: 2.7 c, i; 2.11

2.7 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts.
c) Ask and answer questions using the text for support.
i) Read and reread familiar stories and poems with fluency, accuracy, and meaningful expression.

2.11 The student will edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, spelling and Standard English.

Tuesday: Math 
SOLS: 2.4 a 

2.4 The student will
a) name and write fractions represented by a set, region, or length model for halves, fourths, eighths, thirds, and sixths;

Wednesday: Science    
SOLS: 2.3 ab

2.3 The student will investigate and understand that matter can exist in different phases. Key ideas include
a) matter has mass and takes up space;
b) solids, liquids, and gases have different characteristics;

Thursday: Social Studies 
SOLS: 2.4 g, j 

2.4 The student will describe how the contributions of selected individuals changed the lives of Americans, with emphasis on
g)  Rosa Parks;
j)   Martin Luther King, Jr.

Friday: Virtual Field Trip


*April 19, 2020

2nd Grade Virtual Schoolhouse for April 20 to April 24 : 

Please, click on your teacher's page on the left for instructions to access the activities and resources for this week.

Standards of learning for this week:

Reading: SOL 2.8f The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts. Identify  the main idea.

Math: SOL 2.5 a,b The student will recognize and use the relationships between addition and subtraction to solve single-step practical problems, with whole numbers to 20; and demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 20.

Science: 
SOL: 2.6 a The students will investigate and understand that there are different types of weather on Earth. Key ideas include a) different types of weather have specific characteristics.


Social Studies: SOL 2.9 
The student will distinguish between the use of barter and the use of money in the exchange for goods and services.


Our Zoom Office hours are:
Ms. Woodell and Ms. Dangle: Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:30pm.
Ms. Bodmer, Ms. Morrone, and Ms. Klioze: 1:30 to 2:00pm
.
Each teacher will send you the password to access. Please, join us a few minutes before and let us know if you have any problems.
Ms. Bodmer:bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu

Don't forget to check the following webpages:

Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.
Encore teachers for fun activities at home.
Ms. Proch for activities for students in the SIGNET/STAR Program.
Reading Team for more ideas to reinforce literacy at home.


April 13 to April 17

Reading: SOL 2.7f
The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts
f) Identify the theme.

Goal: I can identify and discuss about the theme of a story.

Theme is what the author wants us to learn.

Maid and the Milk Pail Nearpod 

Lectura: SOL 2.7f

Objetivo:

Puedo identificar y hablar sobre el tema de una historia (La Lechera)

El tema es la idea central de una historia, por ejemplo: amistad, perseverancia, respeto, generosidad, etc.

La Lechera: Cuento en español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t3VkVaikMA

Writing: SOL 2.11a

The student will edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, spelling and Standard English.

a) Recognize and use complete sentences

Goal: I can write about the theme of a story using a complete sentence.

Maid and the Milk Pail

“The theme of this story is ________. I know this is true because ______.”

Escritura: SOL 2.11a

Objetivo:

Puedo escribir sobre el tema de la historia usando una oración completa.

¿Cuál es el tema de La Lechera?
¿Qué aprendió La Lechera?
¿Qué crees que hará diferente la próxima vez?

El tema de la historia es _______________. Se que este es el tema porque ________________________.

Science: SOL: 2.6c

The student will investigate and understand that there are different types of weather on Earth.

c) tracking weather allows us to prepare for the weather and storms

Goal: I can draw and write about how clouds form.

My Pet Cloud Nearpod

Ciencias Naturales: SOL 2.6c

Objetivo:

Puedo dibujar y escribir sobre la manera en que se forman las nubes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNxNdlQA_CQ

Social Studies: SOL 2.9

The student will distinguish between the use of barter and the use of money in the exchange for goods and services.

I can identify, draw, and write about wants and needs.

Wants and Needs Nearpod

Ciencias Sociales: SOLS:2.9

Objetivo:

Puedo identificar, dibujar, y escribir sobre los deseos y las necesidades.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf_PKtBA-SE

Math: SOLS: 2.1 c

The student will

c) compare and order whole numbers between 0 and 999.

Goal: I can compare and order 2-digit whole numbers.

Matemáticas: SOL 2.1c

Objetivo:

Puedo comparar números de dos cifras.

Puedo organizar, de menor a mayor, números de dos cifras.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXlTy9BmrIY



*Update: April 2, 2020

April 6 to April 10
SPRING BREAK

Dear families,

We hope everyone is doing well and staying safe during this uncertain time. We want you to know that we are here to support you during this period and that we miss our students very much.

Every week we will suggest some activities to review and reinforce reading, writing, and mathPlease visit your child's teacher’s page to explore the activities that your child can do at home. 


Next week (March 30 to April 3) we will be working on the following standards:


Reading   
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2.8 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts.
e) Ask and answer questions using the text as support. 

 
Writing

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 2.11 The student will edit writing for capitalization, punctuation, spelling and Standard English.
a) Recognize and use complete sentences.

 Math

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 2.1 The student will
a) read, write, and identify the place and value of each digit in a three-digit numeral, with and without models.


Also visit our second grade ESOL teachers 
Mr. Haynes and Ms. Pilar for activities for our English language learners.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you or your student need any support or if you just want to share the wonderful ways your student is learning!

Ms. Bodmer: bodmerae1@pwcs.edu
Ms. Dangle: danglek@pwcs.edu.edu
Ms. Klioze: kliozejw@pwcs.edu
Ms. Morrone: morronbm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Woodell: woodelek@pwcs.edu
Mr. Haynes (ESOL): haynerr@pwcs.edu
Ms. Pilar (ESOL): carrenm@pwcs.edu


ltima actualización: 26 de marzo de 2020

Estimadas familias,

Esperamos que ustedes y los suyos se encuentren bien en estos momentos de incertidumbre. Queremos recordarles que estamos aquí para acompañarlos durante este periodo, y decirles que nuestros niños nos hacen mucha falta.

Cada semana sugeriremos algunas actividades para revisar y reforzar algunos estándares de matemáticas, lectura, y escritura. Por favor, ingresen a la página de su maestra para saber cuáles actividades puede hacer su hijo(a) en casa.

Durante la semana del 30 de marzo al 3 de abril estaremos reforzando los siguientes estándares:


Lectura

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 2.8 El estudiante leerá y comprenderá textos no ficcionales.  
 e) Hacer y responder preguntas sobre el texto.
 
Escritura

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  2.11 El estudiante editará sus escritos utilizando mayúsculas, puntuación, y ortografía del inglés estándar.  
 a) Reconocer y escribir oraciones completas. 
 
Matemáticas

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    2.1 El estudiante podrá
   a) leer, escribir, e identificar el valor posicional de cada dígito en números de tres cifras con y sin modelos. (Unidades, decenas y centenas)

También los invitamos a visitar las páginas de nuestros maestros de ESOL Mr. Haynes y Ms. Pilar.  Allí encontrarán recursos para apoyar el desarrollo del inglés como segunda lengua.


No duden en contactarnos si tienen alguna pregunta o si desean compartirnos cómo están sus hijos.