Mrs. Lawton’s Class Page

 

Welcome to Mrs. Lawton’s Grade 2-1 class

This web-page is an additional resource, that I hope you find helpful and informative. 

As we start the New Year of 2019, how lucky are we that we get two new starts!  Our initial one is in September with the beginning of the school year and then again with the New Year of 2019.  As we begin the New Year of 2019 we can look at our September goals and make adjustments as we move to the second half of the school year.     Wishing you all a very Happy 2019 Year.

Week of  December 31st 

Tuesday, January 1st – Happy New Years                                                                                                                      Wednesday, January 2nd – School Resumes

Literacy:

Literature story:

Spelling : 3x each and sentence / Fry’s First 100 words #37-#48    We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables),  long (Vce syllable) vowels, k/ck and ch/tch spelling rule, and floss spelling rule. Also base words and endings -ed and -ing

Language Arts – We will continue to work on complete sentences, subject and predicate of sentences, sentence type and punctuation, nouns, and plural nouns with -s or -es, action verbs, and verb tenses of past, present, and future

Vocabulary:

Saxon Math

Looking ahead ……….

 

Week of  January 7th   

Wednesday, January 9th – 11:30 dismissal                                                                                                                       Friday, January 11th – Second trimester progress reports

Literacy:  

Literature story:  Lesson 11 / “Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type

Spelling : Endings – s and -es [hens, eggs, ducks, bikes, boxes, wishes, dresses, names, bells, stamps, dishes, grapes]  Syllables will be introduced. We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables),  long (Vce syllable) vowels, k/ck and ch/tch spelling rule, and floss spelling rule.

Language Arts –  Compound Sentences using conjunction but, and, and or.  We will continue to work on complete sentences, subject and predicate of sentences, sentence type and punctuation, nouns, and plural nouns with -s or -es, and action verbs.  Also verb tenses of past, present, and future.

Vocabulary:  understand, gathered, impatient, impossible, believe, problem, demand, furious

Math:     

Saxon Math

Looking ahead ……….

Week of  January 14th                                  

Literacy:

Literature story:  Lesson 12 / “Ah, Music”

Spelling : Vowel Digraph ai and ay along with Spelling Rule for both [pay, wait, paint, train, pail, clay, tray, plain, stain, hay, gray]  We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables),  long (Vce syllable) vowels, k/ck and ch/tch spelling rule, and floss spelling rule. Also base words and endings -ed, -ing, -s, and -es

Language Arts – Continue working with compound sentences with added detail. We will continue to work on complete sentences, subject and predicate of sentences, sentence type and punctuation, nouns, and plural nouns with -s or -es, action verbs, and verb tenses of past, present, and future

Vocabulary: vibration, tune, volume, expression, creative, performance, concentrate, relieved

Math:     

Saxon Math

continuing to looking ahead ……….  

 

Week of  January 21st

Monday, January 21st – no school in observance of MKL Day                                                                                    Friday, January 25th – Tentative monthly yoga day                                                      

Literacy:

Literature story:  Lesson 13 / “Schools Around the World”

Spelling : Vowel Digraphs ee and ea [free, teach, teeth, please, beach, wheel, team, speak, sneeze, sheep, meaning, weave] We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables),  long (Vce syllable) vowels, k/ck and ch/tch spelling rule, and floss spelling rule. Along with digraphs ai and ay and their spelling rule

Language Arts – Quotation Marks for dialogue and punctuation use.  Continue working with compound sentences using conjunctions or, and, and but with added detail. We will continue to work on complete sentences, subject and predicate of sentences, sentence type and punctuation, nouns, and plural nouns with -s or -es, action verbs, and verb tenses of past, present, and future

 

Vocabulary: culture, community, languages, transportation, subjects, lessons, special, wear

Math:     

Saxon Math

Looking ahead ……….

Please review your parent handbook for homework guidelines and class homework template.

Master Spelling 12 words sentences

Vocabulary Five Sentence Template

Weekly Book Report Form revised 2018

Reading Log Form

First Reconciliation steps

Act of Contrition

 

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