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Let's swim into the ocean of success!
Happy Fall Y’all!
October will bring many exciting treats! Reading regularly at home is a very important step in becoming a good reader and thinker. The fall is a great time to welcome the cooler weather with a wonderful book. You may want to treat your child to a visit to the library to checkout a fall book like: Biscuit Visits the Pumpkin Patch, Why Do Leaves Change Color?, or How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? You can make connections while discussing the text. After reading, have your child retell what was read in sequential order.
Students have practiced procedures and expectations during the first six weeks of school. Please encourage your child to continue to meet expectations listed in the blue conduct folder. Place value is our focus in math as well as using math fact strategies for addition and subtraction. It is vital that basic facts be practiced regularly to help you’re your child compute efficiently and accurately. Help your child understand the process in adding and subtracting basic facts by having a number talk with them (listening to how the numbers in the math facts make sense to them).
Our second grade scientists and engineers are exploring the environment and local animal habitats by learning about barrier islands and the Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary. All classes have enthusiastically participated in experiments. Ask them about their new learning.
Parent conferences will be this month. Please make every effort to attend. We are striving for 100% participation. Your support is essential to your child’s education. Thank you for your continued support.
Enjoy your online visit!
Second grade students will learn and practice internet safety, creating documents, and using Google Classroom accounts.
Ask them to show you what they know!
Please visit each teacher's link for more information.