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May 11th-May 22nd:

Students were emailed a Distance Learning Choice Board from the Second Grade Team. This board is for this week and will be sent each Friday. Each 2nd grade and encore teacher has added activities to the choice board. It is suggested to utilize the choice board to complete at least 60 minutes of each subject a week. There are tech and nontech activities on the choice board.

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Suggested optional websites and activities:
Reading- Go to www.scholastic.com/learnathome

Math- Go to https://www.origoeducation.com/athome/ 

Daily Math Practice-Dreambox assigned activities on Place Value and Adding/subtracting 10s and 100s. 
1. Go to https://clever.com/in/pwcs.
2. Click on Log in with Office 365.
3. Log in with the following information
UN: (student's specific login)30@pwcs-edu.org
PW: masci(student's specific 2-digit number)
4. Click on Dreambox
The assignment is the little notebook icon at the end of the page. This will take the student a few weeks to complete all the lessons on this topic.


**Click on "Files and Documents" to the left, for our calendar/pacing guide of learning from earlier in the school year and for March-June paced learning. 
**See the "Useful links" on the left for additional websites to visit.
These are activities we have done and practiced in the classroom. We have included both websites and activities you do not need technology to complete. 
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Websites to use:
• Websites: Clever: https://clever.com/in/pwcs 
• Login to Microsoft365: yourchild’susername@pwcs-edu.org Password: your child’s password 
• Go to all apps to use: 
Raz-kids (reading)

                      Dreambox (math) Click onImage preview 
to see assignments that your teacher has posted.

In Office365 students can create a Powerpoint or Sway presentation. 

www.brainpopjr.com login: gravelyes password: seadogs 
www.pebblego.com login: gravely (research) password: school
 www.raz-kids.com login: teacher name login (leveled books) 

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Tech Free Act
ivities:

• Read books at home (make connections, ask questions as you read, summarize the story, compare and contrast characters) 
• Write in a journal daily 
• Math skills: count coins, baking to practice measurement, tell time to 5 minutes with an analog clock, practice solving equations/story problems with various strategies 
try books at home.  


* Contact information: School phone: 571-248-4930

Check out individual class pages for more information about specific schedules.