Archived Home Learning June 8-June 12

 

 

 

Second Grade Home Learning: June 8-12

New and Noteworthy: moved to Home Learning Resources tab    🤗    Zoom Meetings: Tuesday, June 9 and Thursday, June 11 at 11:30 a.m.

 

Religion

Morning Prayer … The Beatitudes (Religion Text, p. 378)

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.  Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted.  Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land.  Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied.  Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.  Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God.  Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.  Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.  (Matthew 5:3-10)

Practice the Ten Commandments  Don’t forget to schedule your Zoom meeting!

Video The Mass Explained* (Catholic Diocese of Wichita)    https://youtu.be/n1L-Ite2YGA

*This video is very well done, but not specifically for kids and a bit lengthy.  Your student might prefer to watch it with you in more than one sitting.

Religion Textbook  Complete pages pp. 268-277; 279.  Discuss with a grown-up.

Beatitudes Craft  Copy one beatitude on each hand print.

 

Reading/Writing

Read 20  Read for at least 20 minutes every day this week.

I-ready Reading  Try to complete at least 5 lessons this week.

Reading Book  Read Firefighter!, pp. 154-173.

Reading Practice Book  Complete pp. 53-60.

Reading Choice  Read another book about fires or fighting fires.  There are many to choose from in Epic!  Our class code is pqq1512.

Writing Journal  Write in your journal at least three times this week.

 

Math

Study 20  Study math for at least 20 minutes three times this week.

I-ready Math  Try to complete at least 5 lessons this week.

Video  Telling Time for Children (Math & Learning Videos 4 Kids)   https://youtu.be/HrxZWNu72WI

Math Practice Pages  Topic 16:  16-1, pp. 509-512; 16-2, pp. 514-516; 16-3, pp. 518-520; 16-4, pp. 522-524; 16-5, pp. 526-528; 16-6, pp. 530-531*

*Remember, any topic pages that are skipped this week can be review work this summer.   😎

 

Social Studies

Father’s Day Project Ideas  Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21.  You may want to make a card and/or a project for a special guy in your life.

Here are some optional project ideas:

 

 

Prayer Partner Project  Shhh!  Let’s keep this as a surprise for our Prayer Partners!

As you know, our fifth grade prayer partners are graduating from SKS.  There will be a special celebration for them, but I don’t know the details yet.  As part of their surprise, I would like to give each of them something from us.  Please make a card and write a note in it for your prayer partner.  In your note, you can thank them for being your prayer partner, tell them that you will miss them, and wish them good luck in their new school.  Be sure to sign your note!  You can bring your card to school on the next drop-off day.

If you like to do crafts, you can also make something for your prayer partner … a bookmark, a key chain, a painted rock, a flower; a clay animal; a shrinky dink; a necklace or bracelet … whatever you can dream up!

If you don’t like to do crafts, I will make sure your prayer partner has a gift!

To be sure every one of our prayer partners gets a card, please do this assignment first … even before i-ready!!!! 😉

Here is a list of our prayer partners: 

Amanda-Arieana; Addi-June; Austin-Tristian; Conrad-Colby; Declan-Kara; Jolena-Emi; Marcus-Shannon; Natalie-Joey; Nathan-Talia; Nicholas-Michael; Olivia O.-Arieana; Olivia P.-Emi; Quincy-Lola; Rosie-Jonathan; Salena-Nicole; Trevor-Brent; Will M.-Lily; Will O.-Ian; William S.-Molly; Xavier-Talia

 

Science

Sunflower Seed Experiment  Begin/continue your sunflower seed experiment.  Observe your experiment and take notes in your science journal.

Video  Conservation for Kids*  (Touring Teacher)   https://youtu.be/YeOaH_inDnw

*There is a reference to a fact file and an assignment at the end of this video.  You do not need to read the fact file or do the assignment.

Science Workbook  pp. 212-217; 219-223