We are the #1 class!
Joshua gave the whole class a trophy for being the best class. Way to go Grade 2’s!! Also, a big thank you to Joshua for his kindness!!
For our upcoming UOI unit we need:
-empty Kleenex boxes
Please bring in any empty Kleenex boxes through out the week
We began the day having French with Mdm. Stella.
After, students wrote their spelling test and then their homework in their agendas.
Students after had Art with Ms. Kerr.
After first recess and lunch, students had physical education with Mr. Slyk.
When students returned we watched a video about screws and wedges.
We then did a fun experiment with Ms. Jaskolka to see how screws work. We used a screw top bottle and a snap on bottle. We were asked what would happen to each bottle if they were dropped from a high distance. We then did this experiment as a class. We did the experiment three times. All three times, the top on the screw bottle did not come off. During the first two trials, the snap top came off. During the next trial, the top did not come off but the water started leaking from it. We came to the conclusion that the screw top bottle worked better because of the grooves. Screws also have these grooves and that is why they are able to hold materials together even though they can be small.
During Math, students were given questions to answer about specific graphs already completed. Students used the information from the graphs (labels, title, and numbers) to answer questions.
After second recess and lunch, students continued working on their Math.
1. Read for 20 mintues
2. Cursive pg. 65-66
3. Registration package due Feb. 11
4. Math test next Thursday
5. Scientist in the School forms due Feb. 2
6. Spelling test signed