• Assignment Sheet for the Week of May 11-15, 2020

    This assignment sheet is meant for families who have not been working on the assignments on Google Classroom. We now have some direction from the state level saying that second grade students should be spending 60 minutes a day on school work at home. This will actually beat  easier to do if you are on Google Classroom. Don’t give up! Call the school number at the bottom of the page if you need help.

    1. Read every day! Read books you have at home, read on RAZ Kids at https://www.raz-kids.com/ Teacher: Kchism6, or read along with a story on tumblebooklibrary.com – the Username is: OliviaPark2020 and the password is: trial. Or you can try: site.pebblego.com Username: oliviaparkes Password: school Especially be looking for non-fiction (information) books. Look for things like a Glossary or an Index. Does the book have photographs or scientific drawings?

    2. Do some math every day! Hopefully you picked up your bag of materials at Olivia Park. The math student workbook was in that bag. **Do pages 261-264 to practice understanding 3-digit numbers. Find a way to practice math facts. Make Math flash cards with paper or 3x5 cards. Play a dice game. Play a counting game. Count outloud by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s. Do your Rise and Shine folder every day.

    3. Write something every day! This week we are writing about ways you can help out around the house and why this is important. We will also be writing about what do you think is the best dessert an at least 3 reasons why this is the best. Focus on a beginning sentence, detail sentences, and try to create an ending sentence. You can also learn and practice nouns. Find your Being a Writer: Student Skill Practice Book in the bag of supplies. Pages 19-33 are all about nouns. Do at least three of the pages. You can also select 2 new words and ADD them to your vocabulary journal. You will have to look up the definitions (in a dictionary or online).


    If you did not pick up your bag of materials or need help connecting on Google Classroom here is the information on contacting the office.

    Contacting the school: If you need to contact someone at school because you don't have email or you need support, you can still call our main office at 425-366-3300 and leave a voicemail. Our office team is checking voicemails daily and responding to your messages. Please make sure you leave a detailed message and the best method for contacting you.

    Thank you for supporting your child’s learning at home.