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Mrs.  Liceth  Aguado
2nd grade teacher - Dual Language
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Important information week of Feb 26th to March 2nd  
Queridos padres:
Information on Dr. Seuss week went home last week. Below is the details of each day:
Monday: Dress like your favorite book character
Tuesday: Wear as many stripes as you can
Wednesday: Wear a shirt with words
Thursday: Bring your favorite Dr. Seuss book to read wearing crazy hair
Friday: Dress up as what you want to be when you grow up
I can't wait to see everyone dressed up all week!
What we will learn this week:
Spanish: Main purpose
English: Main purpose using the book called Looking at Lincoln
Math: addition and subtraction of three digit numbers
Writing: Opinion writing 
 Science/ SS: sound unit 

Important Upcoming dates:
Monday 26th: B Day (P.M. WAVE- wear tennis shoes)
Thursday March 1st: E Day (A.M. WAVE - bring library books)
Mar. 9- Field trip
Mar. 15- (FULL DAY for students - make up snow day - no longer an Early Release Day)
Mar. 28- end of grading period
Mar. 30- Apr. 6- Spring Break

Interims: they went home on Friday. Please review it with your child, sign, and return it to school. 
Scholastic order: book order for the month of February was submitted. March Scholastic order forms will be going home this week If you would like to place an order, please do so by March 23rd. I will be placing the order that afternoon. 
During the month of March, READ your favorite books! Complete 5 of the activities in a row and return your choice board for a surprise! Do ALL of the activities, and you can add your name to the Dr. Seuss Reading Challenge STES READING Wall of Fame! The choice board went home last week as well.
RazKids and Readingeggs: I have been checking and I have seen a lot of reading progress in most of the kids accounts ( teacher username: mwatson34). Please remember we are using RazKids in our homework. Please encourage your child to use it everyday as well as Readingeggs (please find card in your child's homework folder). This constant practice will help your student to gain decoding and comprehension skills. 
Writing skills: we have been working very hard on making our writing better.  When your child is completing their written response for the reading homework, please encourage them to write in complete sentences with capital letters. They should be writing at least 5 sentences with LOTS of details. Some have been turning in very short responses, and I have been having them write more during their morning work time on Fridays. 
Reading log:  I will be checking reading logs on Thursday. The students will earn some patriot bucks for a completed log!
Spelling Test: it will be next this Friday. These are the word we will be assessing:
helpful lonely gladly thankful slowly
hardly awful useful suddenly careful talking hurry