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# Grade 2 Homework (Week 30):

## Distributed: Friday, May 16th Due: Friday, May 23

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2-sided division sheets which your teacher gave you. Practice a different Mad Minute sheet about 2-
4 times per week. Lets master our Division facts for speed and accuracy.
2. Spelling: Go to the Spelling City Website at: http://www.spellingcity.com/grade2bifs/
Then click on your Spelling List. Enjoy all of the fun games and activities!
3. Literacy: Read your leveled reading book aloud to your parents for 15-20 minutes per night or until
you complete your book. Remember to have your parents sign the form. Please make sure to read 5-
7 nights per week.
4. PYP: This week in your environmental (self-selected topic research and project) groups, you created 4-
questions. Record their answers inside your homework notebooks. You need to write the responses
to these questions, not your parents. Check your spelling, grammar and punctuation after you
5. Math: We have begun to learn about fractions. In your homework notebook, draw and color in three
different pictures to show , and 1/8. So you will be drawing and coloring 9 different pictures. You
may draw pies, circles, squares, rectangles. Also, you may remember that is the same as 2/4, 3/6,
4/8 and 5/10, but this may be a bit hard to remember for everyone since we just started this topic in
math.

Optional Bonus Homework:
Spelling: Make a poster about your spelling words. Some possible ideas are: breaking the words into syllables;
writing definitions for the words; pictures for each spelling word; a simile for each spelling words; rhymes for
each word; words insides word by rearranging the letter; your own idea; Try to use 2 more ideas on your
poster.
Math: Create your own multiplication board game. Be creative and use the 3, 4, 6 and 7 times tables.
Learner Profile Poster: Create your own poster about one of the Learner Profile words Communicators,
Open-Minded, Knowledgeable, Reflective, Caring, Inquirers, Principled, Thinkers, Risk-takers, or Balanced.
Include pictures (from the internet or authentic ones of you), photos, captions, comics, examples, definitions,
quotations, etc. to show what these words mean.
Weebly websites: Add new entries to your personal or fun page using the following ideas: video clips, audio
clips, photos, slideshows, journal entries, poems, letters, stories, etc.
Literacy: Use Story Bird to write another story and share with your classmates on the Smartboard.