• apple Welcome, today is Monday, June 1, 2020.
    Parents and Students -
    I know this is a difficult time for all of us.  Please know I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts.  Per Governor Wolf, all schools will remain closed for the academic year and all learning will continue from home.
     
    Week of April 13th
    Please click on the link "COVID19 Supplemental Work for Continuity of Education" located on the home page.  Click on Grades Kindergarten-8th.  Once on this page you will find Grade 2.  There you will find new curriculum for Math, Reading, Social Studies and Science.  If you have any questions regarding this work, please email me at sbaxter@sedelco.org
     
    Week of March 30th
    Please click on the link "COVID19 Supplemental Work for Continuity of Education" located on the home page.   Click on Grades Kindergarten-8th.  Once on this page you will find Grade 2.  There will be optional work for Math, Reading, Social Studies and Science.  This work will not be graded.  If you have any questions regarding the optional work, please email me at sbaxter@sedelco.org
     
    Week of March 23rd
    Below are some math and reading suggestions for your child.  If necessary, I will add additional suggestions.  If you would like your child to access EPIC (free reading app) or need additional resources, please email me.  I will be checking my email daily.
     
     
    Mrs. Baxter
     

    Math -

    • Money - we recently worked with pennies, nickels, dimes & quarters;  your child can either count real change or create combinations of coins for different amounts (for example, 3 ways to make $1.00)
    • Time - we recently worked with clocks - telling time to the five minutes - if you have analog clocks your child can write the time and draw the clock - I know most homes have digital clocks so your child could draw the clock to match the time
    • Math Facts - these are so important - when we return we will be continuing 3-digit addition and subtraction - practicing simple addition and subtraction facts quickly can be helpful

    Reading -

    • Continue reading for fun
    • Draw a picture of your favorite part of the story
    • Fold a piece of paper into four squares - if the book is a story, in each box write/draw the characters, setting, problem and solution; if the book is nonfiction (about a topic) write a fact or draw/label an important piece of information in each box
    • Write a different ending
    • Go back into your Superkids workbook and review the spelling words we learned over the past few weeks

     

    Additional Resources:

    https://www.readworks.org/

    https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

    https://www.studyisland.com/

    www.gonoodle.com

    https://www.seussville.com/

    https://time.com/tfk-free/

    Phone: 610-522-4360 x2103