Monday, November 13, 2017


Good morning, everyone! Here is this week's spelling list. Have a nice week! Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday!
1. note
2. notes
3. lunch
4. lunches
5. story
6. stories
7. tune
8. tunes
9. switch
10. switches
11. baby
12. babies

Sunday, October 22, 2017


This week's spelling concept is r-controlled words (bossy r). This list is available at
1. part
2. hard
3. born
4. horse
5. before
6. more
7. smart
8. farm
9. porch
10. corn
11. chore
12. score

Tuesday, October 17, 2017


Last Friday the students took their spelling test on the Spelling City app. I have been unable to print the tests and am working with the Spelling City tech. department to fix the problem. If you would like to see your student's test results you can log into their Spelling City account and see the test results there. The students' passwords are their lunch numbers. There usernames are below. Let me know if you need help getting logged in.


Parents, because we no longer have a noon detention room, there is no place for students to stay inside if they forget mittens, hats, etc. All students will go outside with whatever they brought to school to each day. I do have a few extra winter coats and snowpants that I saved from when my kids were little; but I do not have extra hats and mittens. If you would like to send an extra hat and an extra pair of mittens to school I will put them in a baggie and save them for your student to use on a day they forget their usual set at home.

Sunday, October 15, 2017


Parents, we are at the end of our first unit in our reading series. This week we will work on a writing assignment and take the benchmark test for Unit 1. There will not be a spelling test this week.

Monday, October 9, 2017


Spelling List
Test 10-13

1. bunch
2. that
3. wish
4. patch
5. when
6. what
7. math
8. them
9. shape
10. whale
11. itch
12. chase

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Hello everyone!!
I meant to post this earlier, but I just wanted to let you know that today in math, the students were the teacher and taught me how to count the distance on number charts. Second grade math is hard sometimes! 😉
I told them they could be the teachers for tonight's homework too! However, if they need any help the example that I gave this morning was, "My sister had 4 cupcakes and my brother had 5. How many do they have total? 9 cupcakes", along with a drawing to go along with that problem.
Have a great evening!