KWL Chart

Mrs. Kirstin Roche Classes, Downloads

This KWL (What I Know, What I Wonder, What I Learned) can be used at the start of a new unit, when getting going with a project, a paragraph, or to extend thinking during and after a story (in fact a good ol’ KWL can be used in many situations!). Start with writing or drawing what you already know about the thing you’re …

Math-Making 10 Worksheet 1 and 2

Mr. Andrew Da Silva Grade 2

This first worksheet requires you to show your work.  I have completed several samples to support the learning.  This method is not easy, and showing your work will help demonstrate the steps that should be done “mentally”–remember this is a mental math strategy to quickly look for groups of 10. CLICK HERE to open explanation Making 10 Worksheet 1 The …

Math-Making 10

Mr. Andrew Da Silva Grade 2

Please find link for Mental Math – Making 10 Lesson. Before you begin the worksheet, I suggest you make list all math sentences with 2 addends that make 10.  Eg. 1+9 = 10.  This will be a help and support for students who do not have immediate recall of the Making 10 number sentences. As well you can play a …

Reading Comprehension Answers

Mr. Andrew Da Silva Grade 2

Reading Comprehension booklet is C Activity and are optional. This package would be used in the classroom as extra activity ONLY for those students who have completed their work and would like to do more reading.  These packages may have been used for additional practice for students who need more practice and support.

Good Friday-Bean Burial Activity

Mr. Andrew Da Silva Grade 2

in preparation for the Good Friday bean burial activity, families may want to help the bean growth by placing the bean under a moist paper towel.  You can see from the photos below, with water, sunlight and paper towel the bean will start to send out the shoot and roots.   Our family started this 2 weeks ago, mid-March Break …

Math-Counting On Worksheet

Mr. Andrew Da Silva Grade 2

Use the chart to help counting on. Remember start with the larger addend, and count on the smaller addend. Guiding Questions: Is this the best strategy for all these equations? When is it easier to count on?  When does counting on make it more difficult? When To Use Counting On Counting On works best when the smaller addend is very small. …