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Room 4

Mrs. S. Takamoto
Grade Level
2nd Grade
2019-2020 School Year

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Supply Pick Up Schedule

May 18, Monday          9:30 a.m. – Last Name, First Letter - A - C

                                     10:30 a.m. – Last name, First Letter - D - G

                                     11:30 a.m. – Last name, First letter - H - K

May 19, Tuesday          9:30 a.m. – Last name, First Letter - L - M

                                     10:30 a.m. – Last name, First letter - N - Q

                                      11:30 a.m. – Last name, First Letter - R - S

May 20, Wednesday     9:30 a.m. – Last name, First letter - T - Z


Don't forget to bring all school library books.

Narrative Writing By Olivia

Little Red

By: Olivia

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Little Red Riding Hood. She was going to go to her grandma’s house to visit Nana. She was told by her mother to not go in the woods because there might be dangerous things in there. Red said, “Okay.”

But when Red was walking to grandma's house she saw a wolf. The wolf asked her where she was going. She said, “I’m going to my nana's house.” Red showed wolf where Nana's house was.

Then Red saw flowers in the woods next to grandma‘s house. Each time Red picked a flower she sees more and more pretty flowers. The more flowers she finds, the deeper and deeper into the woods she goes.

Red wasn’t looking so the wolf ran to grandma's house as fast as he could. When he entered Nana's house, he was pretending to be Little Red. When grandma opened the door, wolf just gobbled her in one whole bite! Wolf dressed up like Nana so he can eat Red too.

Red walked to grandma’s house and she opened the door. Little Red went to Nana's bed. The wolf jumped out of the bed and gobbled Red up in one whole bite.

In the wolf’s stomach, Red ran to Nana and hugged her. Nana was already planning her escape. Nana said, “Who can jump the highest?” Red said, “I can jump the highest!” They both started to jump.

Just then, a woodsman passed grandma's window and saw something jumping up and down in the wolf's belly. He ran to the front door but it was locked. He looked around to see if he could find a hair pin to unlock the front door. He found a hair pin on a bird’s nest. He grabbed the hair pin and put two ends together and unlocked the front door. He ran inside and grabbed the wolf's mouth and opened it. He reached inside and grabbed Nana and Red's hand and pulled them out.

The wolf ran away. The woodsman ran to the city and told everyone he saved a little girl and her grandma. Little Red and Nana told all the people what the wolf did. The wolf never came back ever again. Little Red, grandma, and the woodsman lived happily ever after.

Daily Writing Prompts

The writing topics posted on the school website are just suggestions. Students can choose to write about other topics that interest them. It's fine if they work on one writing piece for a few days as long as they are writing daily and working to revise and edit that piece.


Access online books through PCEL's subscription to Tumblebooks. On the opening page of our school's website, select Academics...Instructional Support...Library...Library Resources...Tumblebooks.
Happy Reading!

Word Work

Prior to Spring Break, students were given a complete list of words that we intended to cover in class. Students were told to keep the list of words in their planners. While at home during the school closure, students can study the words.
  • Practice spelling the words.
  • Write each set of words in alphabetical order.
  • Look up the definition of each word.
  • Write a sentence using each word.
  • Write a story using multiple words from the list.
  • Use the words while completing the daily writing prompts.

Enrichment Options - School Closure

* On my teacher page, click on EXTRA HOMEWORK for a list of tasks.
* On my teacher page, click on LINKS to be directed to online resource links. (Complete a minimum of 2 lessons for iReady Reading and 2 lessons for iReady Math each week).
* Read at least 20 minutes daily.
* Complete the daily writing prompts listed under my class on this website.

COVID-19 Online Resources

On this school website, there is a list of online resources that students can use during this school closure due to COVID-19.
On the main screen, click on PARENTS.
In the parents pull down menu, click on PARENT RESOURCES.
On the Parent Resources page, click on COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESOURCES.
On the COVID-19 Updates and Resources page, click on ONLINE RESOURCES FOR ENRICHMENT
*More enrichment work can be found by doing the following:
Click LINKS on my personal page on this website.