Happy Sunday all! February just might be the busiest month in the classroom. Between Groundhog's Day, 100th Day, Valentines Day, and Black History Month, there are so many things to learn and celebrate! Last week, we hosted a family math night at my school and I was the teacher representative for second grade. Part of my job was to give parents easy examples of math games that they can play with their child. I am linking the printable here, on the blog. These games are by no means my own original idea, but I thought someone might be able to use the printable to send home to parents. The materials needed are basic and provide the children with an opportunity to practice math concepts. Enjoy!
Math Games and Apps
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Loving-My husband sent me a photo of my poor dog today hiding in a very messy closet. During his shower the fire alarm went off and she hid. Poor baby!
Thinking, Wanting, Needing-I live in Michigan. It is February and we have no snow and only one snow day so far. I am desperate for a day off!
Swooning-I got married this past summer. My husband is the best and truly completes me. I am truly blessed!
Thanks for stopping by! Please check back as I plan to continue on this blog journey!
Monday, February 1, 2016
Happy Monday all! I hope the first day of your week went well! In room 32, we work so hard to start our week on the right foot. We work all day on reading, math, and writing. At the end of the day, it is time for a little more fun learning. Today we talked about Groundhog's Day and what it means if Phil sees his shadow. Then we used my Graph the Class, February Edition, found here, to graph our friends and get their predictions. The kiddos had a blast being able to get up and moving. They also enjoyed trying to say Punxsutawney. They were pretty darn cute! Check out the photos below and the link above if you are interested in the graph the class activities! The February edition is full of hearts and candy, along with some presidents and Phil.
Coloring Phil was the first step.
Drawing a shadow if that was your prediction was next.
Asking your friends for their predictions, as well as tallying their answers, came after that.
Finally, coloring the graph was last!
Such a hard worker!
I look forward to using more of the Graph the Class pack later this month. Have a great week!