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Jeri Scott

Creekview Elementary

Room 310

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281-357-3070 x 5249

jeriscott@tomballisd.net

 

 

 

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November 15-19

Reading:
We will identify the plot elements of a traditional literature story.
 
Writing:
We will identify the difference between a regular sentence and a run on sentence.
We will write a personal narrative.
 
Math:
We will compose and decompose 2D shapes.
We will name and describe 3D shapes.
 
Social Studies:
We will describe what voting is.
 
Science:
We will understand what makes shapes move.
We will understand how shape affects movement.
 
Thanksgiving Holiday:
November 22-26 - enjoy!

November 8-12

Reading:
We will identify plot elements and theme of traditional literature.
 
Writing:
We will write thank you letters for Veterans Day.
We will draft a personal narrative.
We will write in complete sentences.
 
Math:
We will use our just right strategy to solve word problems.
We will independently add and subtract numbers within 99 without regrouping. 
We will identify and create polygons and nonpolygons.
We will name and describe 2D shapes up to 12 sides.
 
Social Studies:
We will identify ways that public officials are selected, including being elected and appointed to office.
 
Science:
We will make loud and soft sounds.
We will investigate light passing through objects.
 
 
 

November 1-5

Reading:
We will identify a folktale, fairytale, and a fable.
 
Writing:
We will write a personal narrative.
 
Math:
We will solve word problems using my just right strategy.
 
Social Studies:
We will compare the roles of public officials.
 
Science:
We will tell what objects produce light energy, heat energy, and sound energy. 
We will add heat energy and remove heat energy to change objects.
 
*Tuesday is a school holiday.

October 25-29

Reading:
We will state what the author is trying to persuade the reader to think or do.
 
Writing:
We will write a personal narrative.
 
Math:
We can add and subtract two digit numbers up to 99 while using mental strategies and algorithms based on our knowledge of place value and properties of operations.
 
Science:
We can describe the physical properties of matter.
 
Social Studies:
We can describe community builders.
 
RED RIBBON WEEK:
Monday - Follow Dreams, not drugs and bad choices! Wear your pajamas.
Tuesday - Tie Dye Day - say "peace out" to drugs and bad choices.
Wednesday - Our Future is Bright - wear college shirts and sun glasses to show your commitment to staying healthy.
Thursday - Rally in Red - wear red to send a message and make positive choices.
Friday - Show Great Character - dress up as your favorite book character. Bring your book for our Book Character Parade.
Please make sure all attire follows dress code and no "weapons" during the book parade.

October 18-22

Reading:
We will state what the author is trying to persuade the reader to do or think.
 
Writing:
We will recognize past, present, and future verb tense.
We will draft a personal narrative.
We will write in complete sentences.
 
Math:
We will use a number line to find a missing number.
We will find 10/100 more or less from a number.
We will compare and order numbers.
We will demonstrate our independent knowledge of place value.
 
Social Studies:
We will describe historical figures and their contributions.
 
Science:
We will describe physical properties of matter.
We will independently demonstrate our knowledge of physical properties of matter.

October 12 - 15

Reading:
We will distinguish between facts and opinions.
 
Writing:
We will distinguish between singular and plural nouns.
We will generate ideas and plan personal narratives.
 
Math:
We will represent numbers to 500 in standard form, pictorial form, expanded form, and written form.
We will decompose and compose numbers to 500.
 
Social Studies:
We will describe historical figures and their contributions.
 
Science:
We will describe physical properties of matter.

October 4-8

Reading:
We will apply our knowledge of all six syllable types.
We will identify the main character's internal traits.
 
Writing:
We will identify verbs.
We will read and write complete sentences.
 
Math:
We will tell time to the hour.
We will tell time to the half hour.
 
Science:
We will demonstrate that things can be done to material such as cutting, folding, sanding, and melting to change their physical properties.
 
Social Studies:
We will identify parts of a map.
We will create our own map of a zoo.
 
REMINDERS:
Conferences have begun. I will email reminders the day prior to our scheduled meeting time.
Thursday, October 7 - wear blue to STOMP OUT BULLYING
Friday, October 8 - early dismissal at 12:40 and COLOR RUN DAY during specials
Monday, October 11 - student holiday

September 27 - October 1

Reading:
We will identify a character's traits.
 
Writing:
We will write personal narratives.
 
Math:
We will identify area.
We will use square units to measure.
We will independently demonstrate our knowledge of measurement.
We will differentiate between AM and PM.
We will tell time to the hour.
 
Science:
We will change the way matter looks by cutting, folding, and sanding.
 
Social Studies:
We will interpret and use map elements.
 
Parent/Teacher Conferences are beginning. I will email you a reminder the day before our scheduled conference time.
 
 

September 20-24

Reading:
We will identify the plot of the story.
 
Writing:
We will capitalize the days of the week.
We will write a personal narrative.
 
Math:
We will solve word problems.
We will independently demonstrate our knowledge of problem solving up to 20.
We will measure using nonstandard and standard forms of measurement.
We will compare the length of two items.
 
Science:
We will classify matter by solid or liquid.
 
Social Studies:
We will identify and use key features of a map.

Upcoming Events Update:

I hope Nicholas was kind to everyone!! Please see the following for two adjustments we made in the schedule. 
 
Thursday, September 16th - Open House 6:00-6:45 (this is for parents only - not for the kiddos) I will share the slide show presentation with everyone, so if you are unable to attend, you will still have the information communicated to you. 
 
Monday, September 20th - Picture Day

September 13-17

Reading:
We will identify the plot of a story.
We will identify and read vowel teams.
 
Writing:
We will capitalize the months.
We will write a personal narrative.
 
Math:
We will use problem-solving strategies.
We will solve word problems.
 
Science:
We will classify matter by temperature, length, volume, and relative mass.
 
Social Studies:
We will identify key features on maps and globes.
 
FALL PICTURE DAY IS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH.
OPEN HOUSE/PARENT ORIENTATION IN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH FROM 6:00-7:00 PM.

September 7-10

Reading:
We will identify the problem and solution in a story.
 
Writing:
We can identify the subject and predicate of a sentence.
 
Math:
We can use problem solving strategies.
 
Science:
We can classify matter by temperature, length, volume, and relative mass.
 
Social Studies:
We can define patriotism.

August 30-September 3

Reading:
We can identify the setting in a story.
 
Writing:
We can identify and write different types of sentences.
We can identify complete and incomplete sentences.
 
Math:
We can find the value of a digit.
We can compare numbers using words and symbols.
We can demonstrate our independent knowledge of place value.
 
Science:
We can classify matter by texture, temperature, flexibility, volume, and relative mass.
 
Social Studies:
We can differentiate between rights and responsibilities.

August 23-27

Reading:
We can identify the characters in a story.
 
Writing:
We can differentiate between proper and common nouns.
We can identify the five parts of a sentence.
 
Math:
We can identify odd and even numbers. 
We can skip count by twos, fives, and tens on a 120s chart.
We can identify a number in different ways - standard form, written form, pictorial form.
 
Science:
We can identify and describe safe practices in the science lab.
 
Social Studies:
We can identify and describe good citizenship.

May 17-21

Reading and Writing:
We will write a research paper.
 
Math:
We will tell time to the minute.
We will explore equal parts and arrays.
We will demonstrate our independent knowledge of 2nd grade math we have learned this year.
 
Science:
We will describe different types of food chains.
We will demonstrate our independent knowledge of 2nd grade science we have learned this year.
 
Social Studies:
We will create a timeline about our life.