Week 10-11 Communication

Dear Grade 2 Parents,

We hope you’re well!  Thanks as always for your support and for those of you who are able to take part in your child’s learning. We appreciate it so much and are very proud of all the quality learning that’s been taking place during this current unit of inquiry!

This past week our Grade 2 students spent time inquiring into nutrition and healthy eating habits. They learned about the main food groups, and worked to sort the foods they eat into these different categories. The students also reflected about their personal eating habits, and worked to plan a ‘day of healthy eating’ with their family members.

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Here you can see pictographs that the students made from a set of data.

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Students shared ways they stayed well and balanced over the mid-term break.


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Being able to self-assess our personal choices is an important thinking and reflection skill we are developing in grade 2.


In the week ahead our students will get the chance to share and reflect on their day of healthy eating. Students will be asked to think about the choices they make with regards to the food they eat, and how they can take action towards their own health and diet going forward. This week our students will also be inquiring into the concept of cause and effect.  For example, how the choices we make can directly affect our bodies, our minds, and our hearts. It should be a fun and interesting week!

Halloween!  This Friday, the PYP will be celebrating Halloween with the students. There will be a selection of fun Halloween activities for students to do, and students will be encouraged to dress up in their favourite Halloween costumes.  We understand that not all families enjoy taking part in this festival, so if you would prefer for your child not to take part in the Halloween activities please contact your child’s teacher.  Thanks!

Day of Healthy Eating. As mentioned, this Tuesday is designated as the day for our students to take part in their healthy eating day where they help plan and possibly help make the meals and snacks for the day. We respect that families are very busy, so if it’s easier for this to happen over the weekend or on Monday, that’s great too!  Just remember to take lots of pictures of all parts of the process so that the children can share these photos during the week.  Also, if this activity is not something that you and your family have time for, that’s fine.  We understand!  Please just email your child’s teacher so that they understand the situation and adjust accordingly.  Thanks!

Grade 2 Parent Forum We would like to have another Grade 2 Parent Forum on Thursday, November 4th.  We will wait until that date, because by then we will be able to clearly explain all of the plans for our return to campus. As it stands now, there is a comprehensive plan in place, but as a Grade 2 team there are still a number of details to work out and it’s best to wait until we can answer all of your questions with confidence.  In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns about our hybrid model, or any other aspect of Grade 2, please feel free to contact your child’s classroom teacher. 


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Week 9-10 Communication

Dear Grade 2 Parents,

We hope you and your families are well.  We trust that you are looking forward to a well deserved break from school next week. Below is a wrap up of the learning that has been going on this past week, the experiences that we have planned for the week after the holiday, and some simple things that you and your child can do at home to extend your child’s learning over the holidays.

This past week our students learned all about the ‘zones of regulation’ as a way to better understand the emotional part of who we are as people. The students reflected about the different feelings they have in the different ‘zones’, and thought about ways that they change their emotions when they become negative. Our Grade 2 students also applied their reading and thinking skills, while inquiring into non-fiction texts about the benefits of regular exercise and healthy sleep habits.


Wow Work! from the week: 

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Here you can see examples of student work from our Who We Are unit. Students are using the Zones of Regulation as a tool to help us be aware of and control our emotions.

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In maths, children collected and organized data into bar graphs this week.

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Students have been practicing reading nonfiction books with some being connected to health and wellbeing.

During the holiday the main goal we suggest is for our students and families to relax and enjoy themselves, and to get as much of a break from screens and devices as possible. The one thing we ask students to do over the break is to take pictures of anything that they do that connects to the ‘Ways of Well Being’ that we learned about this past Wednesday.  These ‘ways’ include: staying active, taking notice of things, connecting with others, giving to others, and learning at home. We would like to use these pictures after the holidays to have students reflect and think about their well-being after the holidays are over. If your child enjoys expressing themself in writing, or drawing you might also like to encourage them to keep a journal, or create sketches of the things they do over the break. These are optional activities though.


For the week ahead after the holiday our students will begin the week, as mentioned, by sharing and reflecting about some of the things they did over the holiday to benefit their well-being. Afterwards we will begin inquiring into nutrition and healthy eating habits. Our students will read and learn about nutrition, think about their own eating habits and work to find and help prepare some examples of healthy meals and snacks. It should be lots of fun and we hope that our families can enjoy getting our Grade 2 students involved in the food planning and preparation for a day at home.

We hope your week away from remote learning is a fun and relaxing one.

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Week 8-9 Communication

Dear parents,

We hope you and your families are well. Thanks as always for the support for our Grade 2 learning program!  We are so pleased with the progress and quality of learning that we’re seeing from our Grade 2 students thus far.  Here’s a brief overview of the learning this past week, and what we have planned for the week ahead:

This past week our Grade 2 students inquired into what it means to be a balanced person.  They learned that to be balanced we need to consider different aspects of who we are, specifically our mental, physical and emotional sides. Our students then reflected on their own personal balance, and the things that they do to help fill their own mind, body and heart. Afterwards students learned about mindfulness and reflected on how we can use this practice to help our wellbeing.

 Wow! Work from the week:

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Here you can see how students reflected on their wellbeing by considering their physical, emotional, and mental health in a pie chart.
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This week students practiced their estimating and counting skills by finding collections around the house. You can see they used different strategies for physically counting the total of each collection and communicated it symbolically in an equation.
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Continuing in our Who We Are unit of inquiry, students are learning strategies for maintaining mental health through mindfulness. Above are a few ideas from the students on the topic.

In the week ahead our students will inquire into the different things we need to think about when it comes to our physical wellbeing. To do so the students will be learning about physical exercise, sleep and nutrition.  Throughout the week our students will also be revisiting different mindfulness practices, and begin thinking about the many connections between the different aspects of our wellbeing.

Please see the Weekly Overview document attached below for information about the learning in all Grade 2 subject areas. As always, more detailed information about our planning for student learning can be found on our Grade 2 blog.

Here’s to a great week ahead!  We are happy to remind you that this will be the last one before our October Break, where parents, students and teachers will get the chance to take a well deserved week long break.  😀

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Week 7-8 Communication

This past week the students spent time ‘tuning in’ to our new ‘Who We Are’ unit of inquiry. To do so they spend time reflecting and sharing information about themselves such as their likes, their character and their passions. The students also got a chance to gather some information about healthy and balanced lifestyles from their knowledgeable and awesome parents.

Wow Work! from this week:

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Here are a few marvellous models inspired by George’s Marvellous Medicine. 

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The special House Day on Friday gave students a chance to earn house points for their team through art, music, PE, and Thai.

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For the week ahead our students will be learning more about the different aspects of personal well-being, and inquiring into what it means to be a balanced individual. It should be a fun and interesting week of learning!

Best regards,

Jordan, John, Jessica, Nook, Pik and Cash

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Week 6-7 Communication

Last week was a short, but eventful one. This past week was the last full week of our ‘How We Organize Ourselves’ unit, and the students worked hard to demonstrate their understanding of how systems can be used to improve a community.  We look forward to sharing and reflecting together on the community systems that our Grade 2 students created at the start of next week.

Wow! Work Photos from Week of September 13-15th: 

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Above is some end of unit work sharing on Padlet. Students chose a system to improve within their community demonstrating their understanding of the central idea.

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As you can see, students expressed their artistic creativity in a variety of Dot Day activities.

In the week ahead we look forward to introducing our second unit of inquiry for the year.  This unit’s theme is ‘Who We Are’, and during the unit students will inquire into what it means to live a balanced lifestyle, and the different aspects of our health and well-being. It should be an interesting and timely inquiry for our young students.

Attached to the weekly parent email is the sign up sheets for our Parent Teacher Conferences Friday, September 24th. Please open the sheet from your child’s Grade 2 class and sign up for a time that works for you. We look forward to speaking with you then.  If you are unable to join us Friday, please email your child’s classroom teacher if you would like to set up a meeting time at a later date. Thank you!

All the best,

Jessica, John, Jordan, Cash, Nook, Pik

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Week 5-6 Communication

This Past Week we were pleased to complete the majority of our Reading and Math baseline assessments on our Raz Kids and IXL learning platforms. Along with the writing assessment completed the week before, we now have a better understanding of student skill levels and needs going forward, and will be able to use this information to chart progress going forward.  Thank you for helping your child complete these assessments, and for not helping them answer the questions.  This past week also saw students working to solidify their understanding of how systems function, and make connections to the system that is our Grade 2 Remote Learning program. We love all the creative thinking and reflection that we’re seeing from our Grade 2 students!

Wow Work! from the week of September 6-10:

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Students played the maths game, Place Value War with 4-digit numbers applying their understanding of our number system.

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All aboard Pegville Transport! Students constructed maps and mind maps to represent their system, showing their understanding of how an effective system is organized.

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Above you can see how children used sequence words to give advice to a potential new Grade 2 students. All while communicating their understanding of our remote learning system.


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Students learned that diagrams are useful tools to organize our thinking around systems. Here you can see a compare and contrast diagrams as well as mind-maps about our remote learning system.


The Week Ahead will be a short one, as there is no school for students on Thursday or Friday.  Nonetheless, we look forward to a fun and productive week. This will be the final week for our ‘How The World Works’ unit of inquiry, and the students will be asked to demonstrate some of what they have learned about systems and how they can help communities function more effectively. To do this students will need to apply skills that they have built throughout this unit, such as mind mapping, flow charts, and sequential writing. During math lessons next week students will learn and practice the math concept of rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100, and in language lessons students will continue to review their phonics knowledge, while building their vocabulary and practicing their sentence writing skills. We look forward to an exciting week ahead!

All the best,

Jordan, John, Jessica, Nook, Pik and Cash

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Week 4-5 Communication

This past week the Grade 2 students worked hard to grasp and explain their understanding of what a system is and can be, and how they work. The highlight of the week was definitely seeing the creativity that the students put into creating their own systems at home and then showing and describing the steps that made them work together.  It was great!  Our students also did an excellent job this week while sharing their narrative writing skills, and applied some great thinking and communication skills while solving and creating their own number riddles.


Photos from the week of August 30-September 3: 


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Students created their own chain reaction system from household objects. Check out these fun videos on Seesaw!

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Students practiced using sequence words to describe how they stay organized on a typical school morning.

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Students created flow charts to break down how their system worked.

For the week ahead our students will be working to connect the big ideas they’ve learned about communities and systems. We will spend time inquiring into our remote learning system in Grade 2 and examine how it functions and what role and responsibility different people and things have within it.  It should be interesting!  In Math lessons students will complete their start of the year Math assessment, and continue to develop and show their understanding of the place value system helps us organize and understand numbers. In Language activities we will work to finalize the reading levels on Raz Kids, and continue building our writing, listening and speaking skills throughout the week.

Parent note: due to the fact that we will be using the data from your child’s math assessment on Wednesday to better understand their learning needs, we ask that parents please not assist their children during this assessment.  Thank you!

Please feel free to let us know about issues you might be having at home regarding your child’s access of the remote learning program. Our goal is to make the learning activities as easy to use and access as they can possibly be.

Kind regards,

Jordan, Jessica, John, Nook, Pik, Cash and Pam

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Week 3-4 Communication

This past week has been a fun and productive one in Grade 2! We’ve been very pleased to find that our students are very knowledgeable about communities. They spent time explaining their understanding of what makes a community, and discussed how the student council and house communities function here at KIS. During math lessons, our students have enjoyed playing games and completing activities to help them communicate and develop their understanding of the place value system.  While in language lessons our students have spent time practicing their sentence writing skills, and built their vocabulary and phonics awareness, while also practicing their listening and speaking skills during our community read aloud of the Roald Dahl classic ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’.

Photos from the Week of August 23-27

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Community Word Cloud

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Writing letters to teach about the house communities at KIS.

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Creating cards for a family member in response to our read aloud, George’s Marvellous Medicine. 

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Applying mathematics (data collection) to complete the House scavenger hunt.

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Celebrating our house communities and showing our school spirit in Friday’s Google Meets.

Looking Ahead

In the week ahead, Grade 2 students will be inquiring into some of the more detailed aspects of how communities function successfully.  Specifically how systems within a community can work together and play different roles that interconnect with one another.  For literacy lessons much of the focus this week will be on completing our baseline reading and writing assessments.  These assessments will be used to gain a clearer understanding of where each student is at in their language learning, and what needs they have moving forward. More details will be shared about these assessment activities next week, but one important note is that we will ask parents to not provide assistance during these assessment activities as it is important to know what each child can do on their own. 

Thank you very much for arranging to pick up your child’s home learning pack. Beginning next week we will start to use the reading books provided in the packs during guided reading group lessons, and the notebooks for language and other activities.  Please take care with the reading books as they are each part of a book set and a valuable part of our library resources.

Next week we will hold another optional Grade 2 Parent Forum next Thursday, September 2nd at 2pm.  The forum will be another chance to ask questions and speak directly with our Grade 2 teaching team. We will send out a Zoom link on Wednesday afternoon for all those who might like to join.

Thanks again and have a wonderful weekend!

Best regards,

Jordan, John, Jessica, Cash, Pik and Nook

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Week 2-3 Communication


We hope you are well.  Thanks very much to all of you who were able to join us the other day for our Grade 2 Parent Forum. It was very nice to get a chance to say hello, answer a few questions and get some valuable feedback from our parent community. Please note that if you ever have any questions or would like to speak individually to your child’s classroom teacher, feel free to contact us directly via email. This past week was a fun and eventful one in Grade 2.  The students did a great job following their full weekly timetable for the first time this year.  They also did a great job demonstrating their reading and writing skills, and their understanding of place value and number concepts.  We were very excited to see our students engage in their activities with so much enthusiasm!  This week was also marked by the creation of our Grade 2 Essential Agreement.  To create this agreement all of the students shared their thoughts about what they can do to create the best Grade 2 community possible. These thoughts were put together into one agreement that we hope can guide students and help us understand how to work together, despite being in a remote learning environment.

Photos from the Week of August 16-20:

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Our new read aloud book: George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl

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We worked towards developing the Grade 2 Essential Agreement using the student and teacher ideas shared on Padlet.

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Students engaged in independent reading and responded using the Reading Choice Board. There were some great costumes and videos shared!

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Children played math games with their family.

Next Week:

In the week ahead we look forward to digging deeper into the big ideas within our ‘How We Organize Ourselves’ unit of inquiry.  Our students will spend time thinking about communities, what they are, how they function and different ones that they are a part of.  We will also look at communities while focusing on our KIS Houses, as we get ready for our first House Day of the year next Friday, Aug. 27th.  For more details about the week ahead please see the Weekly Overview attached below. Also detailed planning information, including our unit details and curriculum outcomes, can be found on our Grade 2 Blog in the tab entitled ‘Current Unit of Inquiry and Planning’. Next week, our Grade 2 students will begin using Google Classroom on Wednesday, August 25th as the main hub for communication between teachers and students.  Beginning next Wednesday, students will be asked to log in to Google Classroom to find their Morning Message, schedules and activities, and their live classes. Thank you for your help supporting this transition. This Tuesday morning our Grade 2 teaching team will spend time preparing the take home packs for Grade 2 students. As mentioned these packs will be prepared and ready for pick up on Friday, August 27th.  Finally, attached to this email is a letter from our new PYP Curriculum Coordinator, Ms. Tania Mansfield regarding plans for our start of the year reading and math assessment plans.
That’s all for now. Thanks as always for all your support.  It’s been wonderful getting to know all of our new Grade 2 students, and we’ve been so pleased with how this year has begun. We hope you have an excellent weekend!
Best regards,
Jordan, Jessica, John, Pik, Nook and Cash
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Week 1-2 Communication

Dear Grade 2 Parents,

We hope that you are well. It has been a great first week of school in Grade 2. We’ve been so impressed with how prepared, excited and confident all of our new students are.  Thank you very, very much to all of the parents in our Grade 2 community for helping make for such a smooth beginning to this school year.
This past week much of our focus was on getting to know the students, beginning to build relationships with them, and motivating them for the fun and learning ahead in Grade 2. We’ve also spent time discussing and sharing ideas about how we can work well together, and how we can build a caring community while working remotely.
For the week ahead we look forward to settling into our regular timetable schedule and introducing our math and literacy program. We will also continue to tap into our students’ thinking with regards to how we can work best together, with the goal of creating a class ‘Essential Agreement’ by the end of the week. For a full overview of the learning focus in our classroom subject areas, and  specialist and Thai classes, please see the G2 Weekly Overview document in the Pages section.
Grade 2 Parent Forum 
This Thursday, August 19th at 2:00 pm we are happy to host a Grade 2 Parent Forum as a chance to say hello and for parents to ask any questions they may be having.  We will send a Zoom link via email on Wednesday for all of those who might like to join us.  We look to forward to seeing many of you then.
Thank you again for all of your support thus far and helping us get off to a great start in Grade 2. If you have any questions please feel free to email your child’s classroom teacher.
Have a great weekend,
Jordan, Jessica, John, Nook, Pik and Cash


Photos from the week:

Grade 2 Zoom Call

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Communicating our thinking on tools like Seesaw, Padlet and Zoom

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Sharing our home learning environment

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