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Ms. Grant Grade 2

 Ms. Grant
  Grade 2
                                             October 22nd - 26th

Reading Objective: Children will identify ways spiders use

their bodies to catch prey, compare fiction and nonfiction texts,

and label their own diagram of a spider’s body parts.

Science Focus: life science/form and function

ELA Skills: key details, compare/contrast, compare texts,

       vocabulary, sequencing

           Page 4 Skill: read a diagram

  “The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you."



  Please Note:

Reading Logs:

In an effort to promote reading and family involvement, our school will continue implementing Reading Logs for students in Pre K- Grade 5.  Each student will receive a sheet to track the amount of reading done at home.  We are encouraging 20 minutes of reading, 4 nights a week.  This includes students reading or parents reading to the student.  It is our hope that reading for 20 minutes a night will become a standard in your home.

I will include a reading log in the folder every Friday.

Thanks J

Reading Logs :  I will collect the reading log on Friday morning of each week.

Folders: I will send home folders on a nightly basis. Homework will be sent home on Tuesday and would like it back by Thursday of each week.  

What We’re Learning


Building a sense of safe and respectful classroom community includes simple group activities that help the children get to know each other better.  Guided discovery is a method by which areas of the room or classroom materials are introduced slowly and deliberately to the whole class. 

In a responsive classroom setting, teachers see mistakes (in academics and in behavior) as important steps in learning. They encourage students to learn from their mistakes and “try again.” They offer support and reteach as needed. At the same time, teachers provide clear expectations for behavior and stop misbehavior quickly so that students can focus on learning.

 Math:  We are practicing our basic addition and  subtraction facts (up to 18).  We will continue to work on knowing the value of  coins (penny, nickel, dime and quarter) and begin trading coins of equal value.  We will focus on addition word problems and the concepts of odd and even.

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Looking Ahead

Wednesday, Oct. 24th- Unity Day.  Wear orange in support of bullying prevention.  Together we are united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

RED RIBBON WEEK, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation's oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program.

We will have a Halloween celebration on Wednesday, Oct.31st.  For safety reasons, NO masks or toy weapons are allowed.  

* Please use the envelope provided to send in payment for meals and extra milk purchased from the cafeteria.

*You should make all checks out to Colebrook Elementary School.

*Snack is an important time of the day.  Please supply a nutritious snack for your child to enjoy each day.  We have both an AM and PM snack each day.

**Our school collects aluminum tabs from cans.  The funds generated from recycling these aluminum tabs help offset the expenses of the Ronald McDonald House of Durham.

*We also collect box tops.  Please check out the website for further information.




Physical Ed. (Gym)








Physical Ed. (Gym)













Lunch Menu

Main Meal Option

October 22nd - 26th


Meatball Sub

Beef Nachos

Cheesy Breadstics

Macaroni and Cheese

Friday :

Hot Turkey Sandwich

Each week when I send home the newsletter I will include the main meal menu for the following week.

Each day the choices are:

Main Meal

Deli Sandwich (Ham, Turkey, or Sunbutter & Jelly)

Parfait (yogurt w/fruit)

Chef Salad

Cold Lunch (from home)

Milk is an option during PM snack each day.

Prices are as follows:

Lunch (k-5) -$2.55 

Snack Milk- $.50

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