Week of 4/15-4/19

2nd grade had a very busy week! 

Math: We started a new unit on 3 digit subtraction. We are still working on solving word problems as well. We learned how to count up and count back on a number line when subtracting. We also completed a graphing jelly bean activity to end the week. 

Reading/Language Arts: We finished  and solved the mystery in our mystery book. We are learning how to write a good summary and make meaningful connections with the books that we are reading. We also read and discussed a few stories related to Earth Day.

April 26th is our school wide poetry contest. The poetry contest will first take place in our classroom on April 25th. Then, the top 3 winners will move onto the school wide contest on April 26th. If your child is a winner I will notify you so that you can go watch in the school wide contest. The poems are posted on the previous blog post. 

Next Week Vocab Words: sincere, absolute, ancient, boast, pledge

Writing: We wrote lots of poems this week! We learned about the different elements of poetry and wrote a few descriptive poems in our writers journals. Then, we  wrote a poem about ourselves. We also responded to an Earth Day prompt of choice and wrote informational paragraphs. Please check out our Earth Day display outside of the classroom! 

We just have a few finishing touches on our class Who Would Win book. I will be shipping it off to the publishing company early next week. 

We wrote our grandparents day letters. If you gave me a stamped and addressed envelope, I will be putting the letters in the mail this weekend. If I did no receive a stamped and addressed envelope, I will be sending the letters home with your child. 

Social Studies: This was our last week studying Westward Expansion. We learned about the invention of the telegraph and practiced writing in morse code. In addition, we learned about the gold rush and the Transcontinental railroad. We painted gold nuggets and made a picture that represented the gold rush using a vocabulary word learned from our lesson. We read a passage on ghost towns and practiced answering questions in complete sentences using evidence from the text. We also discussed cause and effect and completed a brochure based on the different events  of the westward expansion and the effects that it had. For our unit test, everyone chose a different writing prompt that they wanted to respond to, and wrote informational paragraphs. 

Art: Earth day art and superhero artwork! 

Important Reminders: 

  • No school this Monday!
  • Grandparents Day- May 3rd. 9:00-11:00. Minimum Day. 
  • Gala- May 4th. Get your tickets!!
  • Legoland Field Trip- May 11th. If you told me that you wanted a free ticket, you will be getting it next week, along with discounted coupons. More information to come about our meeting spot, time, etc. 
  • Field trip- May 16th. To make it fair, I will be picking sticks for chaperones. We are taking 10 chaperones with us. If your stick is picked, I will contact you on Monday to see if you can volunteer. Please hand in the permission slip and money by Friday, May 3rd. 

Have a wonderful 3 day weekend!

2nd Grade Poems

Today, your child chose the poem that they will be reciting in the contest. Please ask them which poem they selected. We will have copies in school to practice in our spare time. However, I highly recommend having your child practice at home as well. We do not have a lot of spare time for practice.  Below is the link for you to scroll and find your child’s poem. 

Poetry contest will take place in our classroom on April 25th. The 3 winners from our class will participate in the school contest on April 26th at 1:30. I will notify you if your child is a winner. Parents are invited to watch the contest!

2nd grade CKLA Poems

Week of 4/8-4/12

Math: This week we wrapped up Topic 10, addition to 1,000. We worked in our workbook, played games, and completed a train challenge packet. We also took our Topic 10 exam. If your child did not finish, they will finish on Monday. 

Reading/Language Arts: We are working on how to solve mysteries and identifying the different elements to a mystery. As a class, we are reading Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones and filling out a graphic organizer as we read. We are recording the clues and suspects. During independent reading time, your child chose a mystery book to read and is filling out the graphic organizer as well. I am also completing end of year Fountas and Pinnell reading assessments. These were also done at the beginning of the year and reading levels were explained and shared at parent teacher conferences. Once all assessments are completed, I will send your child’s reading level home with things that you can work on over the summer and recommended book series to read over the summer. These tests do take a while, so all assessments will not be complete until sometime in May. 

April 26th is our school wide poetry contest. On Monday, your child will get to choose which poem that they would like to practice and recite for the contest. These poems are part of our 2nd grade curriculum. Your child will have a copy of the poem in school, and I will also be posting the poems to the blog so that they can practice at home. Poems will be posted on Monday evening. The poetry contest will first take place in our classroom on April 25th. Then, the top 3 winners will move onto the school wide contest on April 26th. If your child is a winner I will notify you so that you can go watch in the school wide contest.

Writing: We worked on our final drafts to our Who Would Win writing piece. Last week, your child started an opinion piece on which insect would win a battle against each other, based on one of our favorite book series. These writing pieces are going to be published in a class book, just like the fairy tale book in the beginning of the year. I sent home an order form last week. If you would like to purchase a book, please send the form back. If you are choosing not to purchase the book, I still need the form returned, checked no. Please have these forms returned by Thursday, April 18th. I will be mailing the book back  with the order forms on Friday, April 19th. 

Grandparents Day- May 3rd. We will be writing letters in class to send to invite our grandparents for a special day of learning and fun. Please send a stamped and addressed envelope to school by Thursday, April 18th. All letters will be mailed from OTA.

I am SO incredibly proud of everyone on the wonderful performance on Thursday. Thank you for coming out to see your child’s hard work! I took a video on one of the ipads in the classroom and will download it and put it on the blog soon. If you have any group photos, please send them my way!

Social Studies: We are still learning about westward expansion. We learned about the Erie Canal and the invention of the steamboat. We also read and learned about the pony express. We wrote letters to our families and pretended to give them to pony express riders. We also made a class quilt symbolizing the journey west. Next week, we will continue with our westward expansion unit. 

A HUGE THANK YOU:

I also can not thank my class enough for all of the support, encouragement and kind words this year. I am overwhelmed with gratitude for being nominated and chosen for the Teachers Are Heroes award. It has made all the late nights and hours spent making learning fun for these amazing kids worth it 🙂 My class is thrilled with the prizes that we will get. A burrito lunch party and class trip to Legoland. Here is the information regarding the Legoland trip and party.

  • Burrito party will be on May 22nd. The food will be delivered to our school from Sombreros Mexican Food. You do not have to send lunch with your child that day, unless they do not like burritos 🙂
  • Legoland Trip- Saturday, May 11th. This is the second part to the Teachers Are Heroes Celebration event. There will be a ceremony when we arrive for the 12 teachers that won. I will have a chance to win another prize against the 12 other teachers. Students are encouraged to come to Legoland representing our school with signs, banners, t-shirts, etc. The ceremony is about 40 minutes and then we are free to enjoy the park for the remainder of the day. 
    • As of now, all students have free tickets. As soon as I hear back from the coordinator, I will find out how many parent tickets will be given free. However, I have discounted coupons for parents to attend for the day for $52. Parents may also bring siblings at the same discounted price. 
    • I need to know by Monday if your child can attend, so I can send the form back and get our free tickets. You can email me if you can attend. If your child can attend, I am asking that as a parent, you must also be able to attend, as well, to drive and watch your child while we are there. We will not treat this as a field trip with chaperones, but rather as a day where we can all have fun and be there together! However, if you can not attend, please coordinate with the other parents to see if anyone is willing to take our chid. Rides will not be coordinated through me. We will just having a meeting spot where we will meet when we get there.  I will let you know as soon as I can about free parent tickets. I hope that we can all attend and show our school spirit and have a fun day together! I am very excited to be honored again at this special event!

Important Reminders: 

  • Vision and Hearing test- April 30th.
  • April reading response questions- April 26th
  • Poetry Contest in classroom- April 25th. The top 3 winners from 2nd grade will move onto the school wide contest that takes place on April 26th at 1:30.
  • Stamped and addressed envelopes for grandparents- April 18th. 
  • Q4 Schedule changes- P.E. Monday. Wednesday, and Friday 
  • Grandparents Day- Friday, May 3rd- Minimum Day 
  • OTA Gala- May 4th 
  • Talent show tryouts- April 16th and April 17th. 
  • Field Trip- May 16th. Wild Willow Roots Farm. Information sheet will be passed out on Monday. 

Yearbook Photo Request:

Call for yearbook pictures! It’s that time! The school year is over in 10 weeks! It’s time to submit the photosyou’ve been taking all year so they can be included in the 2019 OTA Yearbook…
First day of school, Jog-a-thon, Halloween, holiday parties, field trips, sports, spirit days, school dances, family events, pictures around campus, pictures in class, music, STEM…etc!  Please email pictures to:   [email protected] or [email protected]
Thanks!
The Yearbook Committee

Gala Information

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 OTA Nacho Average Gala, Saturday, May 4. Tickets available at the following link:   Gala Tickets 

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Week of 4/1-4/5

Math: We moved onto Topic 10. We are now working on 2 step word problems with numbers up to 1,000 and also working on adding 3 digit numbers. We completed a challenge puzzle today. Some students did not finish and it is in their purple folder to finish at home for fun. 

Reading/Language Arts: We started a new unit in reading. We are learning about the different genres of fiction (mystery, fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, realistic fiction, and traditional literature). We are also learning how to make meaningful connections with the books that we are reading during independent reading time. We completed a few journal entries based on our independent reading books. For grammar, we worked more on identifying adjectives and adverbs in sentences and what clues to look for when identifying an adjective and an adverb. 

Writing: We are continuing with our opinion writing unit. We began our opinion piece based on the book series Who Would Win. We are writing an opinion piece on which insect that we researched from our insect groups would win a fight against a butterfly. We are using the scientific information that we learned from our insect groups and applying that knowledge to our writing. Everyone stated a strong opinion, followed be three detailed reasons and gave a conclusion. Eventually, these opinion pieces are going to be published into a class book. I am going to be using the same publishing company that I used for our fairy tale stories. If you would like to purchase a copy of the book, I will send home order forms on Monday. Remember, you are not obligated to purchase any books. All I request, is that you please send the order form back to school. 

Science: We are done with our insect and life cycle unit. We are just continuing to practice for the play. Remember, your child must wear a black shirt for our performance. Please send in the black shirt with your child on Wednesday, April 10th. I have a few students who said they can bring in more than 1 shirt, just in case you do not have one at home. 

PBL performance- Thursday, April 11th- 2 pm. Play will start promptly at 2 pm. Afterwards, you can take a look at the science posters and non fiction books. 

Social Studies: We started a new unit on Westward Expansion. This week we learned all about the Louisiana Purchase, the Lewis and Clark expedition, and the Oregon Trail. We worked in groups and also completed journal entries in our social studies notebooks and listening to read alouds on these topics. We also made a comic strip on The Louisiana Purchase. Today, we had so much fun making covered wagons. 

 

Art: We made signs for our play! 

Mystery Reader: We enjoyed our visit with Scott Sussman and learned all about what it takes to be an author. 

 

 

Important Reminders: 

  • April reading response questions- due April 26th
  • PBL Presentation- April 11th 2 pm
  • Minimum Day/End of Q3/ Spirit Day- April 12th. Please come dressed as a tacky tourist!
  • Talent show tryouts- April 16th and April 17th, after school. If your child is trying out, they must bring in a signed permission slip. 
  • May 3rd- Minimum Day. Grandparents Day
  • May 4th- OTA Gala. 
  • Mark your calendars- upcoming field trip- May 16th. Wild Willow Farm. More information about this to come. 

Have a wonderful weekend!

3/18-3/22

Week 24

Math: We wrapped up Topic 9, and took our assessment on Monday. Then, we had fun completing St. Patricks Day and skittles graphing activities. When we return from spring break, we will move onto addition to 1,000 and word problems. 

Reading/Language Arts: This week, we worked more on identifying a character’s point of view in a story and comparing their point of view to another character. When we return from break, we will start new book clubs. 

Writing: We read the story Hey Little Ant, and wrote opinion paragraphs on wether the boy should squish the ant or not. We learned how to state a strong opinion, use transition words to identify our reasons, and use a strong closing. We are also still working on our final drafts to our non fiction books. 

Science: We ended our insect unit and finished all of our research and project work. All of your child’s work from the life cycle and insect unit was kept in a folder. These will be graded and returned when we get back from break.

PBL- April 11th 2pm.- Musical and Science Museum. We will start the musical promptly at 2:00. I will open the classroom doors at 1:50, if you would like to get a seat early. The musical will last bout 20 min long. After, you may walk around the classroom to look at your child’s non fiction books and informational posters. 

Dress code for musical- please have your child bring in a black T-shirt to wear. We will be making signs in class to wear as well. 

Please email me if your child can stay after school on Tuesday, April 2nd to help with painting the backdrop for our musical. 

Social Studies: When we return from break, we are starting a new unit on Westward Expansion

Art: We made springtime bunnies to bring to Trader Joes. 

Mystery Reader and Outreach Program: We had so much fun with the firefighters this week and with our outreach program from the animal shelter. 

Upcoming Mystery Reader on April 5th.: Our upcoming mystery reader is the children’s book author, Scott Sussman. He graciously agreed to come in for a visit. I sent home an order form, if you would like to make an order for an autographed book. Please fill it out and bring it back before April 5th. 

Important Reminders: 

  • No school- March 25th- 29th
  • End of Q2- April 12. Minimum Day. Spirit Day- Tacky Tourists
  • OTA Gala- May 4th
  • San Diego County Fair Assembly- April 18th 

Wee ok 3/11-3/15

Math: We finished our place value restaurant packet! We also were place value detectives and solved mystery clues to determine the value of certain numbers. We will be taking our Topic assessment on place value on Monday. 

Reading/Language Arts: This week, we continued to work with character traits and completed a few journal entries in our readers notebook about the characters that we are reading in our books. We also read the story The Pain and The Great One, and compared and contrasted two character’s points of view in the book. We also analyzed different emojis and gave the emojis a character trait. Finally, we are becoming experts on using adverbs!

Writing: We are still working on our final drafts of our non-fiction books. However, we are moving onto opinion writing. We practiced how to state an opinion and give meaningful reason to support our opinions. Today, we completed a fun writing activity and made insect diary entries. 

Science: We continued to work in our insect research groups and learn all about our specific insect. We started an insect journal to record the important information that we are learning. Next week, will be our last week on insects. 

PBL- Thursday, April 11th 2pm

Art: Watercolor insects!

Important Reminders:

Have a great weekend!

Week of 3/4-3/8

Week 23

Math: We have been working hard on our restaurant place value packet and playing place value games. Everyone is doing a great job! We are finished writing the number of calories in food or the number of restaurants in the U.S. in expanded and word form. Then, we started adding these numbers together and writing the sum in expanded or word form. Some of us have moved onto the game board page and are answering  different place value questions. 

Reading/Language Arts: We read the story Velma Gratch and the Way Cool Butterfly. We identified her character traits and how her character changed from the beginning of the story to the end. We are still working hard in our book club groups! We also worked with adverbs. We read a paragraph that had no adverbs in it and compared it to a paragraph that included adverbs. We then wrote sentences and identified the adverbs in the sentences. We also rotated around the room and wrote adverbs on different verb posters. I asked students to include adverbs in their Friday letters. Ask your child if they included an adverb and what an adverb is! 


Next week vocabulary words: dapper, excluded, elated, brilliant, coincidence


Writing: We are working hard on our non fiction books. We finished our final life cycle paragraph and began working on the cover page, table of contents, and adding illustrations. Next week we will work on our final drafts of each paragraph. Everyone will have a checklist of what should be included in each paragraph when they are copying it onto final draft paper. 

Science: We learned about the life cycle of a chicken. We listened to a story as a class and then partnered up and read a brochure on the life cycle of a chicken. Then, we illustrated and wrote about each stage. We also began our insect unit. We kicked off our unit by looking at interesting (most of the girls think they are gross :)) pictures of insects and rotating around the room writing down things that they saw, noticed, and wondered about the pictures. We then chose an insect that we are interested in and got into insect groups. We will work in our insect groups next week to research about a specific insect to present to the class. Today, we learned about the parts of an insect and reviewed important insect vocabulary. Finally, we made and labeled our own insect out of play dough. Ask your child what the following vocabulary words mean: solitary insect, social insect, exoskeleton, thorax, abdomen, antennae. 

 

PBL Presentation- April 11th 2 pm. Play and Science Museum. We will start promptly at 2 pm. We will open the classroom doors at 1:50 if you would like to arrive early and get a seat for the play. After the play, you may walk around the room and look at our science museum posters and informational books. 

Costumes and props for play:

Costumes: We will be wearing plain black T-shirts for the play and making signs to decorate that says what animal we are. We will be making the signs in class. Please bring in a plain black t shirt for your child to wear by April 8th. We will change when we get to school on the 11th.  If you have a black t shirt at home that has writing on it, your child can just wear the shirt inside out. I do not want you to go out and buy anything. If you do not have a plain black t shirt and prefer to bot spend money on one, please let me know and I can see if anyone has extra shirts. Thank you for your cooperation! 

Props: We will be making one large poster as a backdrop for the entire play. Because we are very busy in class, I would like to put together the backdrop after school on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:30-4:30. I am looking for any students who are free that day who would like to stay after and put it together. I would like the students to do it with me as a guide. If your child can stay, and wants to, please email me and let me know. If any parents can stay to help that would be great! We may need to add an additional day to make the background. If anyone has any tips on what material to make the backdrop please let me know. We will be using paint and various craft supplies. Again, I appreciate all of your support! 

Art: We made symmetrical butterflies. Everyone also colored a piece of paper to add to our frog life cycle mural.

Important Reminders:

March reading response questions- due March 22nd

  • Scholastic book fair! OTA is having their first book fair. 2nd grade is  for Tuesday, March 19th. It will take place in the media center. After school parent shopping will be available on Wednesday, March 20th from 3-4 pm. 
  • Mark your calendars- OTA Gala- May, 4th.
  • On MondayMarch 4th, 2019, all forms will be available for you to re-enroll at Old Town Academy.  This is only for returning students, and if you have a sibling that you would like to enroll, please submit a new applicationThe deadline to complete and submit re-enroll forms will be FridayMarch 15th, 2019. Below are the instructions:

Please access the SchoolMint website with the URL link oldtownacademy.schoolmint.net . All registered OTA families should have an account with your chosen primary email address, so go ahead and login.  If you have forgotten your user information, please follow the prompts for “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password”.  From your “Student Dashboard” select “Re-Enroll” and Complete Forms.

    •  March 18th. Helen Woodward Animal Center is bringing in animals for us to observe the life cycle. 
    • No school- Monday March 25th-Friday March 29th 
    • April 18th- San Diego County Fair Assembly, 9:00-9:45

 

 

Week of 2/35-3/1

Week 23

Math: We moved onto topic 9, which is all about place value. We started a new restaurant project where your child is looking at numbers in the “real world” (number of calories in food and number of restaurants in the U.S.) and writing those numbers in expanded form and word form. We are also adding and comparing the value of these numbers. We will eventually get to create our own restaurant and menu!

Reading/Language Arts: Everyone is reading and working hard on their assignments in their book club groups. Your child is completing a comprehension packet on the book they are reading and also completing a book report sheet and a writing prompt. The writing prompt is a paragraph about whether or not you would want to be friends with the main character in the book. We are learning how to use evidence in the text to support our answers. Ask your child to tell you some character traits of the character in their book that they are reading. We also read the story Fox and His Friends, and made predictions on the actions of the character based on his character traits.

Ask your child what an adverb is! We began learning about adverbs and started using them in our writing. We will work more on this next week. 


Next Week’s Vocabulary Words:

irritate, gaze, empathy, comprehend, imitate


Writing: We are almost done with the rough draft of our non fiction books! We have been working so hard creating a non fiction book on a frog, butterfly, or chicken. We will write the life cycle paragraph next week and add the glossary before writing the final draft. These books will be on display at our PBL presentation. 

Science: We learned so much this week on the life cycle of a frog and a butterfly. For each animal, we read a story whole group and learned about the basics of their life cycle. Then, we worked in partners and read a non fiction passage on that animal and completed a life cycle graphic organizer. We also used the ipads to watch videos and do some research. Finally, we completed a “fact sort” for each animal. We read many  interesting facts and sorted them into 3 categories, attributes, actions, and environment. We can’t wait to learn about the life cycle of a chicken next week and eventually move onto insects. 

For our mystery science this week we explored the different types of sounds that different species of frogs make. We then listened to these sounds and had to guess which species of frog was making the sound. Ask your child why frogs make loud sounds at night.

PBL Presentation: Life Cycle Musical and Science Museum- April 11th 2pm

Social Studies: We watched a video and learned all about the migration of monarch butterflies. Then, we mapped a route of a group of monarch butterflies journey from Montana to Mexico. 

Art: We made frogs on a log!

Buddy Reading- We read with the first graders for Dr. Seuss day today

Important Reminders:

  • March reading response questions- due Friday, March 22nd. I will give your child their March paper on Monday.
  • Scholastic book fair! OTA is having their first book fair. 2nd grade is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19th. It will take place in the media center. After school parent shopping will be available on Wednesday, March 20th from 3-4 pm. 
  • Mark your calendars- OTA Gala- May, 4th.
  • On MondayMarch 4th, 2019, all forms will be available for you to re-enroll at Old Town Academy.  This is only for returning students, and if you have a sibling that you would like to enroll, please submit a new applicationThe deadline to complete and submit re-enroll forms will be FridayMarch 15th, 2019. Below are the instructions:

Please access the SchoolMint website with the URL link oldtownacademy.schoolmint.net . All registered OTA families should have an account with your chosen primary email address, so go ahead and login.  If you have forgotten your user information, please follow the prompts for “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password”.  From your “Student Dashboard” select “Re-Enroll” and Complete Forms.

  •  March 18th. Helen Woodward Animal Center is bringing in animals for us to observe the life cycle. 
  • No school- Monday March 25th-Friday March 29th 
  • April 18th- San Diego County Fair Assembly, 9:00-9:45

Have a great weekend!

Week of 2/19-2/22

Week 22

Quote of the week:

“A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself”

Math: We finished topic 8 on time and money and took our exam this week. Next week we are moving onto place value. I will return the tests on Monday. 

Reading/Language Arts: We played “I Have, Who Has” with plural nouns and reviewed the rules of plural nouns. We are still working in our book club groups and are reading the chapters and answering comprehension questions based on the chapter. We also started to meet to discuss the book with our book club members. Next week, we will work on choice projects for those students who have finished their books. We are still learning about character traits and learned how to infer how a character is feeling through the dialogue. Ask your child to tell you some positive and negative character traits about the characters in the books that they are reading. We also read the story Tops and Bottoms and journaled about one of the main characters. Ask your child who their favorite character was in the story!

Next Week’s Vocabulary Words:

denied, dodge, slight, immature, bare

Writing: We are working very hard on our non-fiction books. We are learning the different ways to add detail to our writing and researching about our animal too.

Science: We completed a hands on pollination activity using kool-aid to represent the pollen on flowers and journaled about plants in our science notebooks. Then. we completed a mystery science lesson on why trees grow so tall. Ask your child why trees grow so tall. We also made grass heads today! We will continue to water our grass heads and see how they grow over the next few weeks. 

 

Mark your calendars- PBL Presentations- April 11th, 2:00. We are putting on a life cycle musical and a science museum gallery walk. You don’t want to miss it 🙂 

Art: Tops and Bottoms!

Have a wonderful weekend! 

Week 20

Math: We completed more time and money activities this week. On Tuesday we will review for our Topic 8 test and on Wednesday we we will have our exam.

Reading/Language Arts: We read two great stories this week, The Girl Who Thought In Pictures and Somebody Loves You Mr. Hatch. We made connections to both of these stories and analyzed the characters in the stories. We answered comprehension questions in our journals. We also started reading in our book club groups! Ask your child what book they are reading in their group. Each reading group has a book to read and a packet of comprehension questions to answer based on that book. Next week, we will begin our book club discussions.

Writing: We are working on our non-fiction books. We finished our introduction paragraph and began our diet paragraph. We learned that we can add more detail to our stories by making comparisons and using adjectives.

Science: We learned about the life cycle of a plant, we put together a diagram of a flower, and discussed pollination and how seeds are dispersed. At the end of Q3, we will be putting on a special life cycles play! We started practicing and learning some of the songs for the play and picked our parts.

Valentine’s Day: Thank you to all the volunteers and the donations for our party! We had so much fun rotating through the game stations and eating our snacks.

Important Reminders:

-No school Friday February 15th and Monday February 18th.

-February reading response questions due- February 28th

-In school field trip- March 18th

Have a great weekend!