Thank you for entrusting your child with me this year.  This year I will begin my 13th year at Hubbard Elementary.

I will be teaching Second grade Language Arts and Social Studies.  This will be a very exciting year in your child's school career.  During the year your child will learn many things that will create a foundation for all future learning. It is my wish that this will be a productive and enjoyable year.

 

Lesson Plans for Language Arts and Social Studies

Donna Riddle 

Second Grade

Monday

November 13 - 17 

Spelling words will be the Days of the Week 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 

Story of the week will no longer be sent home each week

Monday

Story of the week Click Clack Moo, Cows that Type

Reading 

The First Thanksgiving 

Writing 

How to make a Thankgiving meal

Social Studies 

American Celebrations 

Tuesday

6 weeks reading test

Social Studies 

Thanksgiving 

Turkey project 

Wednesday 

Reading 

Thanksgiving Dinner 

Writing 

what we are thankful for 

Spelling words 

Social Studies 

States and Capitals  Kentucky 

Letter writing to our Flat Stanley friends 

Thursday 

Reading 

The Big Blue Thing 

Spelling test

Reading test over the story of the  week 

Writing 

What we are thankful for and other Thanksgiving writings

Friday

Recite the Thanksgiving poem

Eary release 12 

 

 

 

supply list 

NOTE - we do not need any notebook paper (we have enough) 

Pencils   80 per student

Erasers   80 per student

2 red folders

1 package of construction paper

Crayons  6 boxes per student

Rulers     1 per student

Scissors   1 per student

1 package of  Dry eraser markers

Composition book  1 per student

Lysol wipes    1 per student

Facial tissue    6 per student

Glue Sticks 5 per student 

or two bottles of glue

ear buds for the computer

zip lock bags

 

 

Pencil bags (1) no plastic zipper bags-big enough to hold 2 pencils, scissors, crayons and glue.

 

There is no need in labeling items.  We put everything together and share.

 

Thank you,

Second Grade