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Mastering Measuring Length in Second Grade

Early last week English Class second graders took the first steps toward mastering the art of measuring length in their math lessons. At the beginning of the week they pondered together how long a meter really is. 198 more words

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Moving Up Day

Yesterday the preschoolers – fifth graders participated in Moving Up Day!

The students and teachers alike were buzzing with excitement. Questions, stories, projects, and enthusiasm filled each classroom. 8 more words


Crazy Hair and Clash Day

In continuation of Good Humor Month, the students showed off their wacky hairdos and outfits for Crazy Hair and Clash Day on Wednesday.

Stay tuned. Next Wednesday is Pajama Day.

Second Grade

Silly Science Inspired by Dr. Seuss {Green Eggs and Ham}

Today I’m sharing another of my favorite Dr. Seuss treats to make with my class: Green Eggs and Ham!

Another tie in with states of matter, the kids always love this one because many of them have never seen chocolate melt to much more than a sticky mess! 293 more words


Topping the Best Seller List

In second grade, Drew was required to write a book about snow. Please enjoy the following excerpt:

Chapter: Snow Gear

Snowpants are like overalls. Boots are like shos. 10 more words


Infuse Passion and Purpose into Planning: Attend the Early Childhood Winter Conference Jan. 28

Are you an early childhood educator looking for new strategies for student engagement? Attend Harris County Department of Education’s 31st Annual R.T. Garcia Early Childhood Winter Conference on Jan. 215 more words

Learning How Animals Survive the Winter in Second Grade

English Class second graders are finishing up a unit on how animals survive in the winter in environmental studies. Last week they watched a film and discussed their observations of different means of animals coping in the winter. 101 more words

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