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    Hello to Damare, Tyrome, Kayden and Melody,

    Keep up the good math work!

     

    3/16/20 - Today is our first day of Remote learning!

    3/17/20 - Play Place Value game:  https://www.education.com/game/place-value-baking-3-digit/ ,  Then log into iReady as instructed below. 3/23 - 3/27 - Complete packet, then log in to one of the activities below.

    You may choose a Math Game if you have dice or cards at home?

    Dice: If you have dice, roll two dice. Write a number sentence for the two dice and count on the second die for the answer.

    Cards: If you have a deck of cards, play the game, Ten !

    Directions: Lay out a selection cards from deck. Remove all face cards. Find two cards with the sum of ten. Put aside. After finding ten pairs, mix up cards and lay face down in rows to play a memory game. Turn over two cards in place. If their total is 10, you have a match. Player keeps those cards. Try to remember which spots the numbers are in. Find as may partners of ten as you can!

    Next: Log into iReady through Clever on the Klockner School website. Your student knows how to log on. Ask them about their squigley square or how to use the password. : )  Students may work for about 15-20 minutes with another game above or 25 - 30 minutes alone to meet Title 1 class time expectations. Please use whatever time frame works for your child and your family.

     3/30 - 4/3 Please log into iReady as instructed below. Then try this game: https://www.education.com/game/clock-match/

     4/13: Welcome Back to Remote Learning with Mrs Ruch! <3  I hope you had a nice rest and spring break!

     4/14 - 4/17: Log into iReady as instructed above (For about 12-15 minutes) Then have fun with one of the learning activities below:

     4/20- 2/24 Enjoy watching this video about Telling Time:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrxZWNu72WI  Then log onto iReady for about 12-15 minutes. Do your best!!  I will be checking your progress

     Try moving and answering with these videos and practice your skills with the games!  Video:  Telling Time  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6RNkQ7lU8Y  or this game: https://www.education.com/game/clock-match/   One more video song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEmg914-9xY  And Place Value https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24ZVly-n6G8 

    Print your own clock: http://www.minieco.co.uk/images/sept13/clock-rainbow.pdf  Or make a clock on a paper plate and two different sized straws for hour and minute hands. It will do- for some practice! : )

     4/27 - 5/1: This week In Second Grade Math we will review bar graphs and begin working on subtraction with regrouping.  

    Here is a fun video about graphing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYXmY5axC2I   And https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdjRnTm76N8

     *5/4 - Today is Special's Day!  Dr Gibson wants students to focus on the Special teacher's sites today.  No Math Plans today!  : )

      5/11 - Today is Special's Day!  Go to your special teachers Sites! ( Art, Music, Gym and Library)  No assignment today!

     5/12 - 5/15 -  This week In Second Grade Math we will continue working on addition subtraction with two and three digit numbers. 

    Check out the following sites: 

    Place Value: http://mwmeguides.com/allbooks/44/190/index.html  You can create some numbers with drawings on paper. Use this page as an example

    *5/5 - 5/8 - Watch these videos for a fun song and demonstration:  Addition with regrouping,  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayFAh4VNMFA    and  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE-yrJv4TEs

    Subtraction with regrouping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Buyaqe_L5-Y

    Then log onto iReady for about 12-15 minutes.

     5/18 - Today is Spedial Teacher's day. Log onto one of the special teachers' sites. No assignment today.

     5/19 - 5/21 This week we will be learning how to use repeated addition with arrays to prepare for learning multiplication. 

    Watch the videos Mrs. Brachelli has for you! You will be using rows and columns.  Pictures in rows go across. (horizontal) Pictures in columns go up and down! (verticle)  Here is an example:   XXXX the x's show 3 rows (groups across) and 4 columns (groups up and down - 4x's in each row). It is 3 groups of 4!  3x4=12X's

     This is an array:                          XXXX

                                                      XXXX

                                                      XXXX

    Now, Try this game: https://www.education.com/game/candy-shop/  or this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8trPHq1rx8

    Another game: https://www.splashlearn.com/math-vocabulary/algebra/repeated-addition

    Then, you may log onto iReady for about 12-15 minutes. Do your best! I will be checking your progress.  : )

      5/26 - 5/29 This week we will continue learning how to use repeated addition with arrays to prepare for learning multiplication. 

     6/1 - Today is Special's day! Go onto your special teachers Sites. Enjoy!

      6/2 - 6/5 This week we will continue learning how to use repeated addition with arrays  and by coloring a graph to prepare for learning multiplication. 

    Watch the videos Mrs. Brachelli has for you! You will be using rows and columns.  Pictures in rows go across. (horizontal) Pictures in columns go up and down! (verticle)  Here is an example:   XXXX the x's show 3 rows (groups across) and 4 columns (groups up and down - 4x's in each row). It is 3 groups of 4!  3x4=12X's

     This is an array:                             XXXX

                                                         XXXX

                                                         XXXX

     

    Welcome, Second Grade Mathematicians!

     

    *6/15 -  Today is Monday, Special Teachers day! Go to your special teachers' pages. Enjoy!

     

    6/16 - This is the last week of school with a special event on Wednesday (Klockner Drive Through) and a half day tomorrow.

    There will be no further Title 1 assignments!  Happy Summer!  <3

     

    6/8 is Monday; Special Teachers Day! Check out your special teachers' pages.

     

    6/9 - 6/12  This week second grade teachers are reviewing concepts recently learned and Practice what was previously learned!

    Have fun with these review games:

    Try this game: https://www.education.com/game/candy-shop/  or this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8trPHq1rx8

    Another game: https://www.splashlearn.com/math-vocabulary/algebra/repeated-addition

     Also:

    Here are other games and videos:  

    Number Rock: Place Valuehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4FXl4zb3E4&vl=en

    Then you may play: I Got Your Number! The secret is to move down one square for each ten! (Ex: To add 60 move down 6 squares) https://www.education.com/game/2digit-addition-gameshow/   or Buble buster to Make Ten: https://www.education.com/game/number-pairs-bubble-buster/  or

    Place Value game:  https://www.education.com/game/place-value-baking-3-digit/ ,  (I will be adding more math activities as we continue with remote learning)

    You may choose a Math Game if you have dice or cards at home?

    Dice: If you have dice, roll two dice. Write a number sentence for the two dice and count on the second die for the answer.

    Cards: If you have a deck of cards, play the game, Ten !

    Directions: Lay out a selection cards from deck. Remove all face cards. Find two cards with the sum of ten. Put aside. After finding ten pairs, mix up cards and lay face down in rows to play a memory game. Turn over two cards in place. If their total is 10, you have a match. Player keeps those cards. Try to remember which spots the numbers are in. Find as may partners of ten as you can!

    Next: Log into iReady through Clever on the Klockner School website. Your student knows how to log on. Ask them about their squigley square or how to use the password. : )  Students may work for about 15-20 minutes with another game above or 25 - 30 minutes alone to meet Title 1 class time expectations. Please use whatever time frame works for your child and your family.

     

    Thank you,

    Mrs. Ruch <3