We're going to create a digital book using Pages and the template below. On each page, add a picture of your dinosaur. If you can't find a picture for each page, you can draw one. Then, write out the answer to the questions on each page.
After they were done, students exported their dinosaur books into an ePub format. ePub books can be read by many different devices, including iPads! Parents can click the image below to download their child's book. The titles are the names of the dinosaurs, so you'll just have to ask your child which is theirs!
Type up your spelling list for this week. Follow these instructions:
When you're done with your spelling list, check out this game:
There's a lot we don't know about here, so let's stick to just the volcanoes. Try these challenges in the game:
Second Graders wrote "I have a dream" speeches. In this lesson, they will work in groups of two: an actor and a cameraperson.
Instructions for Actors:
Instructions for Camerapeople:
Instructions for Everyone:
To prepare, students picked out important words from Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.
In this activity, we're going to learn about different shapes. What really makes a square a square? How is it different from a rectangle? We'll explore these shapes using Geometer's Sketchpad. Answer the questions in this worksheet using the Shapes.gsp file below.
Use the sites below to learn about the voyage of the Pilgrims to the New World and their lives there:
For this lesson, use Google Earth to complete the scavenger hunt. You're going to find the name of a country, capitol city, mountain range or desert, and river or lake on each continent.
Here's a little Google Earth cheat sheet!
Continents aren't marked in Google Earth, so you should know which are which! But just in case:
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