This page was last updated on Monday, June 12th, 2020.

 - Mrs. Khan

  Khank@pwcs.edu


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                                               Summer!

Here are some activities to do over the summer months. Learning shouldn't stop over the summer!

Daily Activities:

Every day, you should read for 20 minutes and do math for 20 minutes! You have access to ALL of the programs we used in school this year including: 

RAZ Kids
Teacher name: amayel

Dreambox
Classroom code: 87485

Reading Eggs

 

Summer Reading Ideas:

Log your reading (and earn prizes!) using these resources

Reading Bear

Pebble Go

Storyline Online

Go the library! 

 

Summer Writing Ideas:

squares (this was how we did our Flipbook homework this year: Characters, Setting, Conflict, and Resolution) – Make sure you are writing about what you are reading!

Keep a diary for each day ....1 or 2 sentences...examples: what you ate, what games you played, who you saw, what time you woke up, the weather, etc.

Write a story or how to guide about something that interests you: video games, soccer, making a sandwich/cooking, playing outside, your pets.

 

Summer Math Ideas:

Activities and Calendar –This will get you ready for 3rd Grade and can be returned to your new 3rd grade teacher. You will earn a small math prize from Mrs. Pratte.
 

TumbleMath Books –Don't forget to keep reading about math!

Math Investigations Games –Fun math games! 

Youcubed at Home –Fun activities to do at home!

Math with AnimalsActivity Set

All About Whales Activity Set

Origo Workbook from school 

 

Other Resources: 

2nd Grade Additional Resources Page - Listen to some fun stories read by Mrs. DJ

Reading Class Page -Continue doing the word of the week and other fun activities! 

Social Studies Textbook -
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There is an audio version of the book that will read it to students! Just click on 2nd Grade Audio version.

Science Workbook from school (Turtle on the front) 


ESOL: 

Watch the video How to Make a Squishy Egg. When you finish watching the video, you will use this worksheetto write down the steps on how to make a squishy egg. If you can, make your own squishy egg!

Read the book Wash Your Hands. When you finish reading the bookcomplete this worksheet.

Baby Sloths! Do you know what a sloth is? Sloths are the slowest moving animals on earth. Sloths live in rainforests. Watch this video about baby sloths. When you have finished watching the video,complete this worksheet.

Super sentences! Complete this worksheet to practice creating your own super sentences.

Which One Doesn’t Belong? You get to decide which picture is different and doesn’t belong with the rest of the pictures.Be sure you list your reasons why you chose that picture!

Who invented the automobile? Read and listen to the story on Unite for Literacy and then answer the questions on the worksheet. 

Ocean Animals. Read, watch, and learn all about bottlenose dolphins and narwhals. Then, describe how they are the same and how they are different (compare and contrast).

Remember a fun time! Think about a time when you had a lot of fun. You will draw and write about it.

What is happening in this picture?! You will create a story based on the picture of the man riding a chicken. Be creative and make it as funny as you can!

Just for fun!Personality Quizzes!
Discover which cute animal, Greek god, and explorer you are—and more! It’s OK if your result doesn’t fit your personality—this is just for fun.


 

Belmont Student Schedule 
 
Monday: 

Reading- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Art- 45 Minutes 

 

Tuesday: 

Writing- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Music / Strings 45 Minutes 

 

Wednesday: 

Math- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Library -45 Minutes 

 

Thursday: 

Science- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Guidance - 45 Minutes 

 

Friday: 

Social Studies- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

STEM - 45 Minutes