Saturday, April 4, 2020

AMY PAGE District Librarian

Amy Page is the Eugene 4J District Librarian and an excellent resource for you during this distant learning time.  Open her website and check it out. Mrs. Walker

Monday, March 30, 2020

See Saw activities

 I need to get you the code and/or the icon to get you into your SEESAW account.  Once I have done this, then you are ready to go.Tomorrow I have another training about it and will see how I can best send these to you.


Please sign into IXL and have your child work on math, reading,science and social studies as they have time this week . Next week we will have more of a daily schedule and routines.  The username for IXL is the student's firstlastname and password is first name all lower case with no spaces. Enjoyed talking to you all today! Miss you so much! There were 8 of you who I couldn't get a hold of today and I will try again tomorrow. Mrs. Walker

Friday, March 27, 2020


Hello ! We are now signed up for IXL math and I think language arts, science and social studies. Username is first and last name with no spaces and password is first name all lower case. Give it a try and let me know what you think.) Mrs. Walker

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

District Instructions as to homework during March

Dearest Parents and Students,
     This BLOG is not meant to be assigned homework. If your child wants to do it : Great! However, none of it is required . The district has instructed us to let you know this. Please take care, wash your hands and know that I MISS YOU! Mrs. Walker

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Happy St Patricks' Day! Hope you are all doing well and taking care of yourselves. Let me know if  you need any passwords for prodigy, seesaw, dreambox, ixl or xtramath. Mrs. Walker

Friday, March 13, 2020

READING:  Be sure your child spends at least 30-60 minutes reading each weekday.  Take the weekends off if you want, but definitely read every day.  If you want a change from handheld books I have links to online books on my blog.  Students can read and on some sites they can listen to the books.  
MATH:  Second grade students are working on double and triple addition with and without regrouping.  If you are interested I can send you links to websites where you can print out worksheets for your child.  This is NOT the most fun way to do math, but it will keep their skills sharp.  We have a handful of students who still need additional practice with single digit addition and subtraction.  The xtra math site is a great site for practice of addition and subtraction facts. If you are unsure of your child’s current math level please email me.  Finally, Prodigy Math is a huge favorite.  Students love to meet up virtually in the game.  If play dates are not a possibility, have friends find each other on Prodigy and have a virtual play date!
WRITING:  Second grade goals in writing include using punctuation correctly, using capital letters correctly, and the ability to write about a topic, write a story, which makes sense, and write a friendly letter.  Each child selected an animal to do research about.  Our next page is finding interesting and/or unusual facts about our animals.  This research can be done at home and brought back to school to add into their animal books!
SCIENCE:   We have been studying the human body and it's major organs and systems.  I am looking for a good site for students to continue learning about the human body.
GEOGRAPHY: Students can work on learning the continents and oceans. I will try to find a site to help students with this in a fun way.

Please take care of you and your family. Hope to see you all again at the beginning of April. 
Mrs. Walker