Mrs. Lawton’s Class Page

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

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

 

During this time of social distancing and unusual classroom/home learning, please my webpage to keep you updated on work assigments and hopefully some helpful teaching suggestions.  Please know I am here to support you and your children at any time.

Mrs. Lawton

 

Looking ahead ……….

Week of  March 15th

Schoolwork - Please refer to the letter sent home with all children on Friday, March 13th.  
             Also Frye's First 100 words #61-#72 (some, her, would, make, like, him, into,          
             time, has, look, two, more)                            

             

Week of  March  29th

Schoolwork - Spelling -(use words below)  five with 5W (who, what, when, where, why)                                           
                                          sentences only using an adjective in each sentence
             Vocabulary (use words below)- five sentences with a adjective in each sentence
             Readers Notebook SP pg. 82, 91, 94, /  LA pg 83, 86, 92, 93, 96
             Math Chapter 12, Lesson 12-1,12-2,12-3,12-4,12-5  continue studying math facts
             Religion Review Prayers of Mass

Literature story:  Lesson 21 – “Penguin Chick” (Narrative Nonfiction)

Spelling: er words – father, over, under, herd, water, verb, paper, cracker, offer, cover, germ, master                                  Also continue reviewing CVC (short vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, and u) and VCe (long vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, u) skills, spelling rules for k and ck, ch and tch, y as a vowel, vowel digraph ai, ay, ea, ee, oa, oe and the spelling rule for ai and ay, r controlled syllables, ed and ing usage and spelling rule

Language Arts: Adjectives (refer to utube video “What is an Adjective” Jack Hartman and/or “Schoolhouse Rock-Unpack Adj.)   Continuing to reviewing Subject & Predicate & complete sentence skills, types of sentence & their punctuation, nouns, singular & plural nouns, and plural noun spelling rules, pronouns, verbs, abbreviation and punctuation, comma usage, ed and ing usage

Vocabulary: webbed, waterproof, steer, whistle, otherwise, junior, slippery, finally

Sadlier Math: Chapter 12                                                                                                                                                                                              Continue reviewing related addition facts, adding strategies (make ten, doubles, and count up),  and vocabulary, math facts – addition and subtraction, place value, expanded form, comparing numbers

continuing to looking ahead ……….  

 

Week of  April 5th

Schoolwork - Spelling -(use words below) five sentences                                                                                                              
                       (with a who, what, when, where and why)  using an adjective in each sentence
Vocabulary - (use words below)- five sentences with a adjective in each sentence
Readers Notebook SP pg. 97, 99, 106, 109  /  LA pg 98, 101, 103, 107
Math - Chapter 12, Lesson 12-6,12-7,12-8,Check Your Progress (without parent help, please)
                       continue studying math facts
Religion - Chapter 17 and continue study prayers of Mass

                              

Literacy: 

Literature storyLesson 22 – “Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend” (Realistic Fiction)

Spelling: Homohones (two or more words having the same pronunciation, but different meanings, origins, or spelling) meet, meat, week, weak, mane, main, tail, tale, be, bee, too, two                                                                                               Also continue reviewing CVC (short vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, and u) and VCe (long vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, u) skills, spelling rules for k and ck, ch and tch, y as a vowel, vowel digraph ai, ay, ea, ee, oa, oe and the spelling rule for ai and ay, r controlled syllables, ed and ing usage and spelling rules

Language Arts:  Continue using Adjectives  (refer to utube video “Comparative grammar animation-Mosaic)                             Continuing to reviewing Subject & Predicate & complete sentence skills, types of sentence & their punctuation, nouns, singular & plural nouns, and plural noun spelling rules, pronouns, verbs, abbreviation and punctuation, comma usage, ed and ing usage

Vocabulary: knot, copy, planning, lonely, heavily, seriously, answered, guessed

Sadlier Math:   Chapter 12

Looking ahead ………. 

 

Week of  April 12th 

   Schoolwork  
Spelling -(use words below) five sentences (with a who, what, when, where and why) using an adjective in each sentence 
Vocabulary - (use words below)- five sentences with a adjective in each sentence 
Readers Notebook SP pg. 9114, 115, 121 / LA pg 113, 116, 122, 125, 126
Math - Chapter 12, Lesson 12-9,12-10,12-11,12-12 (pg 543,544, 545),  
Religion - Chapter 18

Literacy: 

Literature storyLesson 23 – “The Goat in the Rug” (Narrative Fiction)

Spelling:  Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful –  helpful, sadly, hopeful, thankful, slowly, wishful, kindly, useful, safely, painful, mouthful, weakly                                                                                                                                                                                                               Also continue reviewing CVC (short vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, and u) and VCe (long vowel / syllables – a, e, i, o, u) skills, spelling rules for k and ck, ch and tch, y as a vowel, vowel digraph ai, ay, ea, ee, oa, oe and the spelling rule for ai and ay, r controlled syllables, ed and ing usage and spelling rules

Language Arts: Irregular Verbs     (have, has, and had       do, does, did)                                                                               Continuing to reviewing Subject & Predicate & complete sentence skills, types of sentence & their punctuation, nouns, singular & plural nouns, and plural noun spelling rules, pronouns, verbs, abbreviation and punctuation, comma usage, ed and ing usage, adjectives

Vocabulary: yarn, strands, spinning, dye, weave, sharpening, duplicated, delicious

Sadlier Math:     continue with Chapter 12

Looking ahead ……….

 

Week of  April 29th

School Vacation

 

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

2019 parent handbook

Master Spelling 12 words sentences

Vocabulary Five Sentence Template

Reading Log FormFirst Reconciliation steps

Act of Contrition

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2019 2020 Book Report Letter

 

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