Mrs. Imeri

  • HOMEWORK

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  • 2-1 specials

    MONDAY:
    Music @ 11:10 a.m.

    TUESDAY:
    Computer @ 9:10 a.m.

    WEDNESDAY:
    Art @ 12:30 p.m. (revised)

    THURSDAY:
    Physical Education @ 10:30 a.m.

    FRIDAY:
    Spanish @ 8: 30 a.m.

    OTHER:

    RECESS is daily @ 9:50-10:30 a.m.

    LUNCH is in the classroom @  11:50 -12:10 
    (revised)

    Chapel with Father Sean- T.B.A.
    Church will be livestreamed in the classrooms.
    They will not be in the church or hall
    until further notice.

     

  • contact information

    dimeri5629@spsbayshore.org 
    or place a note in your child's Take-Home folder.

  • SCHOLASTIC NEWS


    Our class code is NLWCV

  • religion

    ALL SAINTS DAY
    is celebrated on November 1st
    Objective:
    What
    is All Saints Day?
    When is it celebrated?
    Where is it celebrated?
    Why do we celebrate All Saints Day?
    Who are some important saints?

    OPTIONAL SAINT PROJECT:
    See handout that was sent home.
    You may choose any saint that you are interested in researching.  If you were named after this saint, you may want to choose this particular saint.
    Name, Feast Day, Patron Saint of:, Interesting Facts, Named after?, Attach or draw a piciture.
    Due: Friday, October 30th


    UNIT 1: JESUS CHRIST IS WITH US ALWAYS

    Chapter 6
    The Church Year

    Vocabulary:

    Advent, Christmas, Lent, The Three Days (Triduum), Easter, Ordinary Time

    Objectives:
    Understand that the church/liturgical year helps us to follow Jesus.

    Chapter 7
    Ordinary Time


    Vocabulary:
    Ordinary Time

    Objectives:
    Understand the season of
    Ordinary Time
     

  • english language arts

    Halloween Book Report due on Monday, October 26th.
    Please be neat and complete.
    This will replace the reading log for this week.


    JOURNEYS
    Comprehension & Spelling Test
    on Friday, October 31st

    Title:
    The Ugly Vegetables

    Genre:
    Realistic Fiction

    Essential Question:
    What can you learn from planting a garden?

    Spelling:
    endings with -ck
    double consonants

    Skills & Strategy:
    Story Sructure
    Characters
    Setting
    Plot
    Conclusions
    HOMOPHONES

    Grammar:
    Proper Nouns

    Paired Selection:
    "They Really are GIANT!"

  • mathematics


    CHAPTER 2: NUMBERS TO 1,000

    Chapter 2 Test:
     Tuesday, October 27th

    Chapter 2 Essential Question:

    How can you use place value to model, write, and compare 3-digit numbers?

    Vocabulary:
    hundreds, tens, ones, thousand, digit, more , fewer, pattern, compare , = is equal to, > is greater than,
    < is less than




    CHAPTER 3:
    BASIC FACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS


    Chapter 3 Essential Question:
    How can you use patterns and strategies to find sums and differences for basic facts?

    Vocabulary:
    sums, doubles, addends, count on, number sentence, differences, related facts, count back, bar model, row, addition sentence










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  • CLASS NEWS


    Mrs. Imeri's 2nd Grade
    Class 2-1
    Room 205


    HAPPY HALLOWEEEN!

    Please have your child sent in :
    -Science Fusion Unit 1 (Lessons 1-5)
    - Religion Ch. 6 

    -Math Ch. 3
    -Journeys Lesson 7
    ("The Ugly Vegetables")


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    BEYBLADES AND POKEMON 
    cards are not permitted in school.
    The children are tempted to share these toys. 
     Thank you for your understanding.
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    It is a good idea to have an extra mask in your child's backpack.
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    Please remind your child that their mask must be cover his/her nose & mouth.
    Be sure that the mask is not too big for your son/daughter so the mask does not slide down.
    Students are expected to wear their mask unless we are having a mask break.
    Please reinforce this with your child.
    Thanks!
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    Please be sure that your child's water bottle does not leak. Thanks.
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    Students are expected to social distance in school and stay in their seats without wandering around.  Kindly remind your son/daughter of the importance of these safety measure.
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    Please check your child's Take-Home folder each day. There will be important information that must be read and completed work that you should review. One side is for papers that may be kept at home. "Keep at Home:". The other side is for papers that should be returned "Bring it Back".
    Thanks!
    Please try to keep it "slim" since the students will be carrying this folder to and from school each day.
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    Please check this classpage daily.  This is an essential way for me to provide information to parents and students.
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    Classpage & Google Classrooms:
    You must look at the classpages for all of the special teachers. They may have assignments posted and important information.
    Also, please join their google classes
    (except Gym)
    using your SPS gmail.
    Class codes are posted on my Google Classroom page. Each student was invited to join my class.
    Please check your child's planner
    NO assignments have been posted on Google Classroom for my class, but there are lots of materials and photos.
     

  • BOOKS & SUPPLIES



    *This year the children are required to take all of their books and supplies home each night in case we suddenly have to switch to remote learning.*

    We are unable to store any supplies and books.

    Please keep the extra supplies at home for now.  They can be found in the large Ziplock bag.  You can send in as needed.  Please make sure your child has a few sharpened pencils, eraser, and hand sharpener. Thank you so much!
     

     

     
  • Homework

    *See homework routine letter to parents.*

    *All homework assignments wlll be written in your child's agenda/planner and under the calendar section on this class page under the date. The homework may be written in more detail in my calendar. Additional homework may be given for incomplete classwork or absences.*

    Mondays-Wednesdays
    Spelling-Tic Tac Toe. To be done in Spelling Book.
    Math-Pages following the day's lesson. See agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Reading- 15-20 min. per night. Enter into reading logs. Choose a different question from the Reader's Response sheet each night. Send in logs when completed or you may just keep in the Take-Home folder and I can check each day.

    Thursdays:
    ELA- Reader's Noteboook independent reading pages. Check agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Math- Pages following the day's lesson. See agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Reading- Read for 20 min. and complete one Reader's Response.
    Study- Spelling and Comprehension tests on Fridays
    * Spelling tests: All spelling words will be tested. Five sentences must contain seven or more words and not begin with the letter I.  
    Please practice at home.

    Fridays:
    No homework will be given over the weekend.
     

  • READWORKS

    Class Code: US7G6Q

  • SCIENCE

    Please bring in Science Fusion,
    Unit 1 (all lessons)


    We are learning about the scientific method.
    We are working on an experiment to see what liquids work best to keep an apple from browning.


    UNIT 1: Work Like a Scientist


    Lesson 1: How Do We Use Inquiry Skills

    Lesson Essential Questions:
    How do we use inquiry skills?
    How do we ask questions about the world and investigate them?
    What is the scientific method?

    Vocabulary:
    inquiry skills
    observation
    sort
    predict
    compare
    measure
    model
    plan
    experiment
    problem
    hypothesis 
    result
    conclusion


    Lesson 2:  How Do We Use Science Tools?

    Lesson Essential Question:
    How do we use science tools?
    What are some science tools?

    Vocabulary:
    science tools
    thermometer
    meauring cup 
    hand lens
    balance
    tape measure
    ruler


    Lesson 3: What Tools Can We Use?

    Lesson Essential Question:
    What tools can we use?

    Vocabulary:
    same as Lesson 2

    Lesson 4:  How Do Scientists Think?

    Lesson Essential Question:
    How do scientists think?

    Vocabulary:
    investigate
    hypothesis
    draw conclusions
    communicate

    Lesson 5: How Do We Solve a Problem?

    Lesson Essential Question:
    How do we solve a problem?




     
  • social studies

    WHERE WE LIVE

    -neighborhoods
    -communities- rural, suburban and urban
    -social distancing
    -map skills and directions
    -our state, country and world
    -Earth

    CITIZENSHIP

    What makes a good citizen
    at home and at school?
    What are the traits of a good citizen?