Grade 2/3 are working on playing the RECORDER in music class. We have taken the last few classes to talk about steady air, proper fingering and hand… Read more “Recorders!”
The 2/3 class completed a fantastic study of sound and musical instruments of the orchestra, culminating in a “create your own instrument day” with many amazing creations… Read more “Music News”
Attention musical inventors!!!!! The Vermont Day School Musicians have been looking at the instruments of the orchestra and have discussed each family (Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, and Strings)… Read more “Musical Inventions Ahead!”
We had an amazing Farm to Table CLIC week. Monday we started our week learning from an expert chef, Philip Clayton. We learned about food pairings and… Read more “CLIC week”
In writing…….. We have been working on writing our personal narratives for the past couple of weeks. We have written the beginning which includes: the hook, topic sentence… Read more “Writing”
Gold Rush Inquiry The 2/3 class (in teams of two) have decided on the group of people they will research in order to write and tell a… Read more “Global Studies”
Green Team – This week we continued to work on double digit addition and we started to look at subtraction. We started a new routine called minute… Read more “Math in 2/3”
We just finished reading What Was the God Rush as a class. Along the way we kept track of different groups of people that were involved in the GR.… Read more “Gold Rush”
We spent the week learning about open and closed syllables. We also spent more time on vowel teams and learning when to use a capital letters. We played Lotto games, did sorts and played guess it.
In writing we started personal narratives. We worked on the beginning part of our stories which include a hook, a topic sentence and the setting. We have written these stories and are currently typing them into a google doc.
Our first spell checks were awesome! Overall, the first few are spent getting to know and understand the routine. It can be a bit overwhelming but, I… Read more “Spelling”