Standard: ELAGSE2RL1: Ask and answer such questions as
who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key
details in a text.
ELAGSE2W1: Write opinion pieces in which they
introduce the topic or book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply
reasons that support the opinion, use linking words (e.g., because, and, also)
to connect opinion and reasons, and provide a concluding statement or section
Learning Target: Students will identify characters in the stories they read. They
will learn that characters can change over time in stories.
Watch Brainpop Jr. Video to review characters of a
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On a blank sheet of paper, answer the questions below. You will
bring your paper in, completed, to your teacher by March 5th.-
1. What are characters?
A. the people or animals in a story
B. the place where a story happens
C. what happens in the story
D. the lesson taught in the story
2. What should you do if you don’t understand a character?
A. Skip that part of the story.
B. Make a character chart to think about them.
C. Read a different book.
D. Yell at the author.
3. A FABLE is a story where
the characters are animals. Which of these stories is a FABLE?
A. “The Princess and the Pea”
B. “Sleeping Beauty”
D. “The Tortoise and the Hare”
4. What lesson is taught in “The Ugly Duckling”?
A. Ducks and swans live together.
B. Ducks are mean.
C. Swans are ugly when they're young.
D. You shouldn't make fun of other people.
5. Which of these shares an
OPINION about characters?
A. Characters work together to tell a story.
B. Characters can change in a story.
C. Characters can be very different from each other.
D. The prettiest character is Snow White.
6. Write about your own
character traits! Include your likes and dislikes.
Standard: MGSE2.NBT.2: Count within 1,000. Skip count
by 5s, 10s, 100s.
Learning Target: Students
will review skip counting patterns and number sense to 1,000.
1. Log into Accelerated Math (NOT 2.0) from Renaissance
2. Login with the user name and password that was sent to you on the
paper "Renaissance Home Connect."
3. Complete assigned activity objectives 1-5.
Standard: S2P2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate
information to explain the effect of a force (a push or a pull) in the movement
of an object (changes in speed and direction).
Learning Target: Students
will learn about friction, gravity, and magnets as they relate to physical
science and the forces around us.
1. Click on the Launchpad, if necessary login with your firstname.lastname@example.org number with password dekalb02. Scroll down to the Studies Weekly App. Click on Second Grade Science. Then, scroll all the way down to Physical Science, and click on Week 5: FORCES. Read the entire article about forces. Click on the purple ‘Bonus Sources’ tab to watch a video clip about forces.
2. Once you are finished reading the article, click on ‘Take the Test.’
3. After answering the questions, click ‘Finish Test’ to have your answers submitted to your teacher.
4. Read the sentences below.
1. ________ You use this to hold notes on your
2. ________ You use your brakes to stop your
3. ________ The moon orbits the Earth.
4. ________ You use this to get a paperclip you
5. ________ You feel this if you rub your hands
6. ________ A computer has this inside of it.
7. ________ This is how you stay in your chair.
8. ________ You feel this going down a
Write these sentences on a separate sheet of
paper, and include the blank lines. If the sentence tells about friction, write
an F on the blank line. If the sentence tells about gravity, write a G on the
blank line. If the sentence tells about magnets, write an M on the blank line.
As a language arts extension, please circle the verbs in each sentence.
Identify the following elected officials of the executive branch and where they
a. President (leader of our nation) and Washington, D.C. – White House
Learning Target: Students
will learn about the President of the United States. They will learn how the
president is elected, presidential responsibilities, and where the president
Click on the Launchpad, and scroll down to the
Studies Weekly App. Click on Second Grade "My State Georgia" (Social
Studies). Then, scroll all the way down and click on Week 3: President. Read
the entire article about the president.
Once you are finished reading the article, click on ‘Take the Test.’
After answering the questions, click ‘Finish Test’ to have your answers submitted to your teacher.
Read and answer the following questions below on
paper to return to class the next day about the President of the United States
Lessons 3- Our President
Fill in the blank on questions 1 and 2 below.
1. ____________________ was the first president
to live in the White House. SS2CG2a
2. The president is elected by
3. To become president, you must: ________________
35 years old
born in Georgia
25 years old
4. Theodore Roosevelt was: _______________________.
born in Mexico
5. The President of the United States: ______________.
in a square room
in charge of the military
lives in Washington state
6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment,
challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction.
will display the enjoyment of the activity as it is related to skill
mastery. Further, they will demonstrate the ability to participate in a
variety of activities.
will apply their favorite exercises to create their own Tabata workout.
Students will access the Tabata time through the internet at
workouts consist of 20 seconds of full-on exercise, followed by 10 seconds of
rest, repeated 8 times. This adds up to 4 minutes of high intensity,
effective exercises that will give you amazing results.
a stopwatch or an online Tabata timer (www.tabata.com) to perform the following
you finish, create your own Tabata exercise routine using your own favorite
fast moving exercises.
completing both Tabata exercise routines, please be able to answer the
following questions when returning to class.
you enjoy the Tabata exercises? Explain why or why not.
parts of your body to you think Tabata exercised?