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Lesson: 7.7 Problem Solving: Money  pp. 503 - 508 
We will have a quiz tomorrow over counting money less than and greater than a dollar.
 
Students will review the pictures on the US Coins. They will practice drawing "hairs" on the nickel, dime, and quarter to count by 5's to understand their values or to find a total value of multiple coins.
 
 
IXL Challenge: Earn a gold medal in each of the categories below!!!
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Lesson 6.8   3-Digit Subtraction: Regroup the Hundreds
pp. 433-438
 
Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
 
IXL Challenge: Earn a gold medal in each of the categories below!!!
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Lesson 6.7   3-Digit Subtraction: Regrouping Tens
pp. 427-432
 
Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
 
IXL Challenge: Earn a gold medal in each of the categories below!!!
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Lesson 6.6   3-Digit Subtraction: Problem Solving
pp. 421-426
IXL Challenge: Earn a gold medal in each of the categories below!!!
 
Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
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Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
 
Lesson 6.4  3-Digit Addition: Regroup the Tens    pp. p. 409-414
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Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
 
Lesson 6.3  3-Digit Addition: Regrouping the Ones    pp. p. 403-408
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Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
 
Lesson 6.2  Break Apart 3-Digit Addends  pp. 397-402
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Due to the importance of this chapter and the results of our test scores, we will be re-teaching Chapter 6 and re-testing at a later date. Please review these skills in IXL with your child each night.
Lesson 6.1  Draw to Represent 3-Digit Numbers  pp. 391-394
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Review of Previous Skills
IXL and Rocket Math Challenge

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County-Wide Common Assessment of All Previously Taught Skills

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We will be reviewing specific standards that the students struggled with on their test throughout the week and will re-test Chapter 5 on Friday. Most of the questions will be story problems. Please help your child understand whether to add or subtract when solving this type of problem. Also, please review the regrouping process daily with one or two 2-digit computation problems.  Ex: 34 - 19 = ___.   75 - 41 = ___
 
 
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We will be reviewing specific standards that the students struggled with on their test throughout the week and will re-test Chapter 5 on Friday. Most of the questions will be story problems. Please help your child understand whether to add or subtract when solving this type of problem. Also, please review the regrouping process daily with one or two 2-digit computation problems.  Ex: 34 - 19 = ___.   75 - 41 = ___
 
 
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We will be reviewing specific standards that the students struggled with on their test throughout the week and will re-test Chapter 5 on Friday. Most of the questions will be story problems. Please help your child understand whether to add or subtract when solving this type of problem. Also, please review the regrouping process daily with one or two 2-digit computation problems.  Ex: 34 - 19 = ___.   75 - 41 = ___
 
 
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We will be reviewing specific standards that the students struggled with on their test throughout the week and will re-test Chapter 5 on Friday. Most of the questions will be story problems. Please help your child understand whether to add or subtract when solving this type of problem. Also, please review the regrouping process daily with one or two 2-digit computation problems.  Ex: 34 - 19 = ___.   75 - 41 = ___
 
 
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VETERAN'S DAY CELEBRATION

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Vocabulary to study for Chapter 5:

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Test Chapter 4: Addition of 2-Digit Numbers with and without Regrouping
The test will also consist of questions from standards previously taught in Chapters 1-3.

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Practice and Review 2-digit addition. Teacher choice.

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Math Games 
 

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2nd Grade Common Assessment 
This test is given county-wide to help assess our students' accomplishments and needs prior to the TN-Ready Test in the spring.

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Chapter 3 Test
All math tests will include spiral review questions from skills we have previously covered. 

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Lesson 3.7 Use 10 to Subtract  pp. 199-204
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Lesson 3.6 Practice Subtraction Facts  pp. 193-198
Mid-Chapter Review Quiz

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Lesson 3.5 Relate Addition to Subtraction  pp. 187-192
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Lesson 3.4  Adding 3 Addends  pp. 181 - 186
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Chapter 2 TEST!!! Take time to think about what the problem is asking.
You can do this!!!

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Lesson 2.9 Count on and back by 10 or 100. pp. 123-128 
Also, remember to practice counting on and back by 10 or 100 when you do not start on a regular number that is said when counting by 10 or 100. Example: 31,41,51, ___ (61);  179, 279, 379, ___ (479)  Also, practice changing from tens to hundreds when skip counting: Example: 89, 99, ____ (109), ___, (119), 129. This is very difficult for 2nd Graders to understand but will come with lots of practice. You can make it fun while driving down the road or watching TV.
 
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