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59c12f7b85bdb PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW These two friends from our class were happy to show off their completed puzzle pieces.
The students are eagerly making their apple diagrams from Ms. Melinda's Agriculture in the Classroom lesson.
The students are eagerly making their apple diagrams from Ms. Melinda's Agriculture in the Classroom lesson.
One of our friends wanted to show off their awesome apple diagram!
Another one of our friends wanted to show off their awesome apple diagram!
Ms. Cindy, the librarian is reading us a story on our visit to the library. The students and animals alike were happy to listen to the short story.
Here we are all excited to take our animals into the Forreston Public Library!
PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW These two friends from our class were happy to show off their completed puzzle pieces.

Mrs. Meyer - 2nd Grade - Classroom Spotlight

We have had a marvelous start to our school year in Mrs. Meyer’s second grade class! Our classroom theme is: we all fit together, like a jigsaw puzzle, as one class that is made up of many personalities, talents and strengths. The students had a lot of fun making their own puzzle pieces to show what their interests are in order to create our own classroom jigsaw puzzle.

 

Also for the start of our second grade year, we had the wonderful Ms. Melinda from Agriculture in the Classroom come to teach us about apples and how they grow. The students were excited that Ms. Melinda came and were happy to create their very own apple diagrams. Each student had the opportunity to take their apple diagrams home to show their parents and explain what they learned.

 

This past week was even more exciting because we took a walking field trip to the Forreston Public Library. We have been reading and learning about the story, “I Took My Frog to the Library,” so each student got to take their own animal to the library just like the girl from the book. They were to connect to the story by thinking about how their animal would mess up the library. Would their animal scare the librarian, like the frog? Would their animal be too loud, like the hyena? Or would their animal be too big, like the elephant?  Each of them thoroughly enjoyed connecting to the story through this fun little trip.

 

After all of the learning we have done in second grade already, we are eager to see what else this exciting year has in store for us. 

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