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Welcome to Curriculum Night and Supply Drop-Off!. Mrs. Kim Lienhardt Second Grade Room 213. Schedule for Tonight. 3:15-5:30 Informational Booths/Parent Teacher Conference sign-up in gym 3 separate 40 minute presentations ( 3:15-3:55, 4:00-4:40, 4:45-5:25)

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Welcome to curriculum night and supply drop off

Welcome to Curriculum Night and Supply Drop-Off!

Mrs. Kim Lienhardt

Second Grade

Room 213

Schedule for tonight

Schedule for Tonight

  • 3:15-5:30 Informational Booths/Parent Teacher Conference sign-up in gym

  • 3 separate 40 minute presentations

    (3:15-3:55, 4:00-4:40, 4:45-5:25)

  • First 20 minutes Curriculum PowerPoint

  • Last 20 minutes Supply Drop Off

    (Directions to follow Power Point)

  • PowerPoint will be available on Konnect

  • Students should work on questions

Welcome to curriculum night and supply drop off

Mrs. Kimberly Lienhardt(630) 365-8170 x [email protected]

Eighth year of teaching at John Stewart

Eleventh year overall

BA from North Central College in 2002

Master’s in Reading Instruction through Aurora University in 2009

My husband and I live in Bartlett and have two sons Matthew -4 years and Daniel – 18 months 

Konnect class page

Konnect Class Page

  • Updated homework

  • Important dates to remember

  • Links to educational sites

  • Virtual Backpack

  • Please check Konnect often

Balanced literacy

Balanced Literacy


  • Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, and Expand Vocabulary

    -Guided Reading/Individual Conferences

  • Flexible small groups focused on reading strategies

  • Individualized instruction

    -Shared Reading

  • Whole group to teach reading strategies (CAFÉ)

    -Independent Reading

  • 20-30 min. daily - individual student reads at his/her independent reading level


  • Daily - books shared by teacher to teach skill or for enjoyment


Balanced literacy cont

Balanced Literacy (cont.)

Spelling/Word Study:

  • Students are pretested and instruction is based on individual needs

  • Students work with words daily and words will be sent home for additional practice


  • Explicit and systematic phonics instruction

    Writers Workshop:

  • Mini-lessons

  • Independent practice

  • Conferences

  • Sharing

    Reading Homework:

  • Reading calendar due on the last school day of each month. Total time varies month to month – 20 minutes per day in school.

Welcome to curriculum night and supply drop off


New Math Common Core National Standards

Flexible Math Groups

  • The students will be grouped based on pretest scores to best meet their educational needs

  • Report Cards – all skills must be secure by the end of the year, so report cards will look different this year

    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

  • Even and Odd Numbers

  • Addition and Subtraction Number Stories

  • Addition and Subtraction Math Facts (Rocket Math & Xtra Math)

  • Multiplication with Arrays

    Number Operations and Algebraic Thinking

  • Skip counting to 1,000 by 5’s, 10’s & 100’s

  • Place Value and representing numbers with Base 10 Blocks

Math concepts

Math Concepts

Measurement and Data

  • Add and subtract using a number line (0-100)

  • Dollar and cents combinations

  • Tells time to the nearest 5 minute interval

  • Create and analyze bar and picture graphs

  • Equivalences for inches, feet, & yards

  • Money and length number stories

  • Estimates, measures, and compares lengths of objects using feet, centimeters, and meters


  • Identify and draw shapes

  • Fractions (halves, thirds, fourths)

  • Divide rectangles into same size squares and find the area



Foss (Hands-On Approach)

  • Balance and Motion

  • Air and Weather

  • Plants

    Other Topics

  • Space

  • Animal Classification

  • Health

Social studies

Social Studies

  • Character Counts

    • Scholastic News

    • Nystrom-Map skills and globes

    • Community

    • Careers

    • Environment Awareness

  • Junior Achievement



Daily from 8:55-9:55

  • A: Art

  • B: P.E., Computers

  • C: PE, Literacy

  • D: Music, Literacy

  • E: PE, Music

    Library Book Checkout: TBD

  • LUNCH: 11:35-12:20

  • Snack @ 1:30ish

  • Only healthy snacks

  • No peanuts/nuts due to allergies

  • No juice, water only please

Classroom expectations

Classroom Expectations


  • When someone is talking, sit quietly and listen.

  • Work quietly. Do not disturb others who are working.

  • Be kind with your words and actions.

  • Follow directions when given by the teacher.

Management plan

Management Plan


  • 1 – 2 – 3 count

  • Think Time – fill out “Making Better Choices”

  • I spoke when it wasn’t my turn

  • I wasn’t doing my work

  • I wasn’t listening

  • I was disrespectful or unkind

  • I didn’t keep my hands to myself

  • I broke a playground rule


  • Knight ticket – school wide

  • Stickers/small prizes

  • Whole class bingo reward

Book orders

Book Orders

  • Send check made out to Scholastic

  • Order online – sign up at www.Scholastic.com/bookclubs

  • Classroom Activation Code – GTVNB

  • Set own username and password

  • Use bonus points to add to classroom library

  • Note with order info & book suggestions sent monthly

Reading rewards

Reading Rewards

  • Book It! - Pizza Hut

  • Ozzie Club - Kane County Cougars

  • 600 Minute Reading Club - Great America


Birthday celebrations

Birthday Celebrations

  • From the parent handbook:

    - “In order to promote healthy choices and support a culture of wellness in our schools, along with our concern for food allergies and childhood obesity, birthday treats in the form of food items will not be allowed. If a food item is sent, it will not be served and will be sent home. Suggested birthday “treats” can include things like: a pencil, a book for the classroom, or stickers.”

  • PARTY INVITES: (Also in handbook) – “Passing out party invitations in the classroom or at school will ONLY be allowed if ALL students are invited. If some children are to be excluded from the party, the parents will be responsible for distributing the invitations OUTSIDE of the school.”

    • Please do NOT ask me for address of students. For privacy reasons, I am not allowed to give them to you. A great resource for addresses is our school directory.

Parent teacher conferences

Parent/Teacher Conferences

  • Wednesday, November 7th (4-8)

  • Thursday, November 8th (10-8)

  • Sign up for conferences in MPR

  • Per district rules, conferences not held on these days must be a phone conference – teachers are not to reschedule outside the days of November 7thand 8th.

Field trips

Field Trips

  • Brookfield Zoo*

  • Field Day*

    * Field trips are subject to change



  • Volunteer poster (in hallway)

  • Sign up for a conference

  • School Information Sheet (must initial and return, even if no changes are needed)

Supply drop off

Supply Drop Off


  • All folders – please place one label on each folder in the upper front right corner

  • All notebooks – please place one label on the upper front right corner

  • Binder – please place the label on the spine of the binder

  • Black folder – please put “Take Home Folder” label on the upper front right corner

  • Handwriting books – put the label on the upper front right corner and put in seat sack


  • Please put the label with your child’s name and homeroom on the front of the box

  • Put following items inside: 1 glue stick, 1 Expo marker, 2 sharpened pencils, pink eraser, highlighters


  • Put art shirt, colored pencils, crayons, and markers (make sure everything is labeled with name)


  • Put all extra glue sticks, dry erase markers, and yellow pencils


  • Plastic baggies, Kleenex, and paper towels

    ***Gym shoes go in cabinet with name on it

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