Angie Maxwell – Second Grade

Welcome to Second Grade!

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 6/1

2nd grade Remote Learning Parent Letter 6-1

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 5/26

2nd grade Remote Learning Parent Letter 5-26

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 5/18

2nd grade Remote Learning Parent Letter 5-18

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 5/11

2nd grade Remote Learning Parent Letter 5-11

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 5/4

2nd grade Remote Learning Parent Letter 5-4

Parent letter and zoom meeting information for the week of 4/27

Remote Learning Parent Letter 4-27

 

Help navigating the science website and assignments:

How to do an HMH assignment

How to do an HMH quiz

 

Here are a few resources for how to access our online learning pages:

Seesaw login instructions

Seesaw Learning App How To_Introduction Letter

 

 

We do many exciting things in Second Grade! Second graders will read mass parts, learn cursive, multiplication, and division.

Daily Homework:

Second graders should be reading an average of 20 minutes a night, this time needs to recorded in their Library Folders. Library Folders are due every Monday. Each block in their folder is worth 15 minutes if reading time. I will mark the number of blocks read and the students will color them in at school.

Practicing math facts is also a great way to keep our brains active. Basic addition and subtraction facts, money, and time are all great things to work on. Here are some wonderful math websites:

Math Fact Cafe

Math Play Ground

Fact Monster

Don’t forget to practice those spelling words! Here is a great website to help: Spelling City

Classroom Homework:

Second graders will have homework most nights. Students should be able to do most of the work completely on their own. The work will be review. Please look over your students’ homework each night and help remind them to immediately place the completed work back into their take home folder. If your student is having a difficult time with their homework please send the work back with a note. I will be happy to help.

Leaps and Bounds is a great way to keep our brains active over the summer! Talk to me or call the office for more information.

 

Biography

BA, St. Ambrose University
Reading Endorsement

MA, Western IL University

 

I have taught at JFK since 2008. I married my husband, Joshua, in 2017 and have two step daughters, Jasmine and Jillian.