Mrs. Lawton’s Class Page

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

This webpage is an additional resource, that I hope you find helpful and informative.

Welcome to our class and webpage.  I am so excited for all the learning and fun we are going to have this year!

 

                                                                                                                                                                        Week of December 4th 

Thursday, December 7th Christmas Program

Literacy:

Literature story:   Lesson 12 – “At Play: Long Ago and Today”

Spelling : very, messy, lady, happy, key, baby, money, funny, candy, sunny….. will learn y as a vowel /e/ and /i/.   We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables) and Long                   (VCe syllables) vowels.  Spelling Rules for k/ck, ch/tch,  ai/ay,  and plural nouns

Language Arts –  Nouns – Singular Possessive.  We will continue to work with Complete Sentences, Sentence Type/Punctuation  Naming (Subject)/Telling (Predicate) part of sentences, common/proper nouns, and singular and plural nouns (Spelling Rules).

Vocabulary: recently, housed, official, nominate, recreation, leisurely, ramble, archaic

Math:     

Saxon Math

Looking ahead …….

Week of  December 11th                                                                                                                             Wednesday, December 13th Grade 2-1 Advent Prayer Service                                                             
Literacy:

Literature story:   Lesson 13 – ” Big Bushy Mustache”

Spelling : slice, dodge, city, huge, nice, space, gem, price, cage, fudge….. will introduce soft c /s/ and g /j/                                                                                                                                                   We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables) and Long (VCe syllables) vowels.  Spelling Rules for k/ck, ch/tch,  ai/ay,  and plural nouns

Language Arts – Plural Possessive Nouns                                                                                              We will continue to work with Complete Sentences, Sentence Type/Punctuation  Naming (Subject)/Telling (Predicate) part of sentences, common/proper nouns, and singular and plural nouns (Spelling Rules) and abbreviations.

Vocabulary:  wilting, flitted, swirling, trance, route, semblance, distraught, improvise

Math:   

Saxon Math                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Week of December 18th

Christmas Celebrations

Literacy:

Literature story:   Lesson  – 14 “Rain Forest Babies”

Spelling :  fur, shirt, burn, stir, bird, turn, herd, third, learn, search…….r – controlled syllables and er, ir, ur /er/    We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables) and Long                    (VCe syllables) vowels.  Spelling Rules for k/ck, ch/tch,  ai/ay,  and plural nouns

Language Arts – Pronouns                                                                                                                     We will continue to work with short (CVC syllables) and Long (VCe syllables) vowels.  Spelling Rules for k/ck, ch/tch,  ai/ay,  and plural nouns and abbreviations.

Vocabulary: dappled, entranced, trooped, circling, adorable, assortment, habitat, immense

Math:     

Saxon Math

Homework each week will be completed daily in Spelling, Language Arts, Vocabulary, and Math.  Please review your parent handbook for homework guidelines and our class homework template.

Master Spelling Homework Form

Vocabulary eight sentence template

Reading Log Form

First Reconciliation steps

Act of Contrition

 

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