We have been learning about different animal characteristics. Yesterday, we learned about mammals. To help us learn about all different types of mammals, we went on a scavenger hunt around the room and answered a variety of questions.
Our class thought you would also like to test your knowledge about mammals by completing a virtual scavenger hunt!
Here’s how it will work:
1. Read the question and write your answer in the comment sections. (We love comments!)
2. Click the link to “blog hop” to the next blog for the answer and a new question. That’s it!
Have fun and enjoy your virtual scavenger hunt!
Question #1: How far away can a tiger’s roar be heard?
Answer #1: blogs.neisd.net/armandom
Click on the images below to see our new blog posts! Each post includes a video about the animals we have been researching.
Today we transformed from 2nd graders to surgeons! We put on our doctor’s masks, gloves, and ID badge and went to work. Our room became a hospital operating room (OR). We used our scalpels (scissors), bandages (bandaids), and stitches (glue) to change two words into one or in other words create a contraction! We recorded what our patients (words) looked like before and after surgery.
Take a look below to see inside our OR.
In late February, I wrote a post for a colleague’s blog about how much our class loves Moby Max. If you are a teacher and have not yet signed up for this program, please click below and sign up now! I think you and your students will love it! I also provided a link to the blog post I wrote, so you can see what I liked and disliked about this online program.
My Moby Max Blog Post
Moby Max Website
This company read my post and sent me a free tablet to try out in my classroom. This tablet is about half the size of an iPad and a great tool for Daily 5 and math centers. My second graders love that it fits in their hands easily. No need for an iPad to download an app or a computer to get on the internet, this tablet has the Moby Max program installed and ready to use.
Everything we like about the Moby Max online program is accessible through the tablet!
I had a few of my students create a video about it. Check it out below.
You heard them! Moby Max is letting me give away a free tablet for you to use!
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Today was so much fun! In lieu of the cancelled field trip, all of the 2nd grade classes held a Read-a-thon! This morning our class rotated through different stations of reading, which included listening to reading on a laptop or iPad. For the last part of the day, we built forts and read our favorite books. What blast! We were all “caught reading a good book” as you can see from the pictures.
Please sign up for a conference time with the link below or by sending in the paper sent home with your student.
I look forward to meeting with all of you!
Below is a helpful video to review the subtraction strategies we are learning!
Also, check out the link to the Spelling City app. You will need to search for the
to find our class spelling lists.
Spelling City App:
Before winter break, our class took a trip to the Witte Museum and man, it was fun! Check out our class pictures below. You will see a few of Mrs. Armstrong’s class with us. See if you can spot all of them!
Here are the homework videos for the week:
“I have a dream” Speech
Watch only the first 4 minutes…
This week we started talking about holidays around the world.
Today we continued learning about Hanukkah by playing a dreidel game with our own dreidels we created yesterday. Click the link below to learn how to play!