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Important Book Homework

Today the students worked on their Important Book message, however most were not able to finish (which is totally fine!). Their homework for the weekend is to finish writing their rough copy in their book, then type their good copy into their digital portfolio (bonus challenge: try typing your Important Book message using home row!). […]

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Values of Canadian Communities

Using the mindmaps for the maritimes and the arctic communities, talk with your parents and families about what you think each community would¬†value. Remember, value means anything that people think are important to help them live and survive. People and communities can value things that are wants AND needs.¬† Bonus: What do you think we […]

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Temperature Homework!

We have learned lots about temperature! How hot and cold are different, and lately, how to measure temperature…. By using a thermometer! Kids, share with your parents how to read a thermometer. Your homework for today is to find 3 different ways to measure temperature around your house. Write the different ways, as well as […]

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Spelling Rule

The spelling rule that we are going to be focusing on for the next couple weeks is “i before e, except after c”. Here are the pictures of the words that the kids found around the class that follows the rule. They should be practicing spelling words with “i before e” (ex. believe), as well […]

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Class Update and Agenda

In case you hadn’t yet heard, the Grade 2 performance is no longer tomorrow evening after school due to Mrs. Jackson’s illness. She is now back and in better health, but the performance has been moved to March 5 to allow more time for practice. On that note, if your child has a speaking part, […]

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Homework, Agenda and Updates

~ It has been a while, but we are starting up the Important Books again! Students need to complete their part (at least 1 page), as well as a comment from their parents and be ready to hand back in on Monday. They must include: ~ 2 things they learned about (and explain what they […]

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Magnet Car Materials and Instructions

Today we brainstormed as a class some examples of materials that students could find at home and bring in to school to use to make their magnet vehicle. They do not need to bring/use every item on the list, as well they are free to bring other items that may not be on the list. […]

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Word Practice

Before Christmas, we started reviewing letter combinations, particularly with vowels. Making vowels long rather than short seemed to be a little tricky for some kids! We first started with Bossy “e”, which jumps over a letter, bites the other vowel and makes it say it’s name. Today we looked at the rule “when 2 vowels […]

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Magnet Exploration and Discovery!

Over the last week, we have really explored magnets and what they are capable of. The picture shows some of the discoveries that the students made. In Social, we have been talking about Natural Resources and how they affect our lives. We then connected the idea that if we continue to use natural resources at […]

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Fabric for Christmas Wreath

I apologize for any stress or craziness over the weekend regarding the fabric for the wreath! The letter was supposed to have been sent home earlier and it got forgotten about! I also didn’t realize that the due date to bring the fabric in was for today! We won’t be starting until Wednesday afternoon, so […]

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