**June 28 - June 29
Welcome to Mrs. McLean's Grade 2/3 Class
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School Year Calendar 2020-21 Elementary Calendar.pdf

School Year Calendar 2020-21 Elementary Calendar.pdf

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**Report Cards sent electronically this afternoon. Only 1 Google Meet at 9:10 today.
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IF YOU ARE ABSENT FROM SCHOOL

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GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR ASSIGNMENTS

Monday -

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IF YOU ARE ABSENT FROM SCHOOL

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GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR ASSIGNMENTS

Monday -

**- Last day of school - 1 Google Meet at 9:10**

Tuesday

Tuesday

**- PA Day - Summer Break Begins!!!!!**

Wednesday

Wednesday

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Thursday

Thursday

**Friday**-

**NEWS AND INFORMATION**

September Newsletter September 2020.pdf

October Newsletter

November Newsletter November 2020-21.pdf

December December 2020-21.pdf

February February 2020-21.pdf

**Spelling Words: Unit 30**

Group 1: book, good, look, wood, took, take, stood, stand

Group 2: which, where, there, before, after, over, again, inside, outside, under

Group 3: air, against, all right, until, presents, beautiful, favourite, clothes, people, vacation, remember, already, hospital, minute, straight,

**Math Expectations for Fractions**

Grade 2

Students will use drawings to represent, solve, and compare the results of fair-share problems that involve sharing up to 10 items among 2, 3, 4, and 6 sharers, including problems that result in whole numbers, mixed numbers, and fractional amounts, recognize that one third and two sixths of the same whole are equal, in fair-sharing contexts

Grade 3

Grade 2

Students will use drawings to represent, solve, and compare the results of fair-share problems that involve sharing up to 10 items among 2, 3, 4, and 6 sharers, including problems that result in whole numbers, mixed numbers, and fractional amounts, recognize that one third and two sixths of the same whole are equal, in fair-sharing contexts

Grade 3

use drawings to represent, solve, and compare the results of fair-share problems that involve sharing up to 20 items among 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 sharers, including problems that result in whole numbers, mixed numbers, and fractional amounts, represent and solve fair-share problems that focus on determining and using equivalent fractions, including problems that involve halves, fourths, and eighths; thirds and sixths; and fifths and tenths

**Math Expectations for Measurement - Length, Perimeter, Area**

Grade 2

Grade 2

choose and use non-standard units appropriately to measure lengths, and describe the inverse relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed; explain the relationship between centimetres and metres as units of length, and use benchmarks for these units to estimate lengths; measure and draw lengths in centimetres and metres, using a measuring tool, and recognize the impact of starting at points other than zero

use appropriate units of length to estimate, measure, and compare the perimeters of polygons and curved shapes, and construct polygons with a given perimeter; explain the relationships between millimetres, centimetres, metres, and kilometres as metric units of length, and use benchmarks for these units to estimate lengths; compare the areas of two-dimensional shapes by matching, covering, or decomposing and recomposing the shapes, and demonstrate that different shapes can have the same area; use appropriate non-standard units to measure area, and explain the effect that gaps and overlaps have on accuracy; use square centimetres (cm2) and square metres (m2) to estimate, measure, and compare the areas of various two-dimensional shapes, including those with curved sides

**Math Expectations for Multiplication and Division**

Grade 2

Students will use the properties of addition and subtraction, and the relationships between addition and multiplication and between subtraction and division, to solve problems and check calculations;

Grade 2

represent multiplication as repeated equal groups, including groups of one half and one fourth, and solve related problems, using various tools and drawings; represent division of up to 12 items as the equal sharing of a quantity, and solve related problems, using various tools and drawings

**Grade 3:**

Students will use the properties of operations, and the relationships between multiplication and division, to solve problems and check calculations;

recall and demonstrate multiplication facts of 2, 5, and 10, and related division facts; represent multiplication of numbers up to 10 × 10 and division up to 100 ÷ 10, using a variety of tools and drawings, including arrays; represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division, including problems that involve groups of one half, one fourth, and one third, using tools and drawings

**Math Expectations for Transformational Geometry**

**Grade 2**

Students will create and interpret simple maps of familiar places and describe the relative positions of several objects and the movements needed to get from one object to another

**Grade 3**

Students will give and follow multistep instructions involving movement from one location to another, including distances and half- and quarter-turns

**Math Expectations for Money**

**Grade 2**

Students will identify different ways of representing the same amount of money up to Canadian 200¢ using various combinations of coins, and up to $200 using various combinations of $1 and $2 coins and $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills

**Grade 3**

Students will estimate and calculate the change required for various simple cash transactions involving whole-dollar amounts and amounts of less than one dollar

**Math Expectations for 2D and 3D Shapes**

**Grade 2**

Students will sort and identify two-dimensional shapes by comparing number of sides, side lengths, angles, and number of lines of symmetry; compose and decompose two-dimensional shapes, and show that the area of a shape remains constant regardless of how its parts are rearranged; identify congruent lengths and angles in two-dimensional shapes by mentally and physically matching them, and determine if the shapes are congruent

Grade 3

Students will sort, construct, and identify cubes, prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones by comparing their faces, edges, vertices, and angles; compose and decompose various structures, and identify the two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects that these structures contain; identify congruent lengths, angles, and faces of three-dimensional objects by mentally and physically matching them, and determine if the objects are congruent.

**Scholastic Online Book Orders -**http://scholastic.ca/clubshop Class code: RC207739.

Math Prodigy Class Code - C26AE2A

Math Prodigy Class Code - C26AE2A

**Check out the new spelling website and app to help you practice your spelling words**

Spelling City

https://www.spellingcity.com/McLean45/

Spelling City

**Important Calendar Dates:**

- March 12 - Board Holiday - no classes

- March 17 - St. Patrick's Day - Green and Gold Day

- March 19 - Silly Sock Day - For World Down Syndrome Day

- March 21 - World Down Syndrome Day

- March 22 - Math Test - Money

- March 28 - Palm Sunday

- April 1 - Holy Thursday

- April 2 - Good Friday

- April 4 - Easter Sunday

- April 5 - Easter Monday (no classes)

- April 11 - 17 - Spring Break (no classes)