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This is Mr. Kuenzel's Second Grade Class! In this class we are all part of the Kuenzel Family. Together, we will make this a very successful year!

In regards to homework, please keep in mind that sometimes "life" gets in the way, and if it is impossible to complete an assignment.... Don't worry, just write me a quick note and let me know.

Please know that your child's safety, education, and wellbeing are of my utmost concern.


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  • Week of April 14th

    Please don't forget to sign up for MYSTERY READER!!!

    E-mail mesmiley

    Our read aloud is: How to Eat Fried Worms

    In math, we are working on Fractions and addition with regrouping.






  • Crystal Apple Award

    Feel free to nominate an educator who has made a difference in your child's life:


  • Going Green
    Don’t forget to check the website for all Friday folder flyers and a reminder when the Lander Links is posted
Class Assignments
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  • Daily Reading
    Please have your child read everyday!!! 
    The more you read, the better reader you become.  They can read to themselves, or try having your child read to you, a sibling, a pet, etc. 
    You can also read to them!  Not only will they cherish the moment they spend with you, but they will pick up on your great reading habits and fluency....
    **It is important to note that books that they choose to read themselves are "just right" books and they are not too easy and not too hard!**
    **Don't forget to mark your time in your Homework Log**
    Assign On: 9/10/2012
    Due: 6/9/2014
  • Raz-Kids
    You and your child can log in to:
    Teacher:  mkuenzel
    Find your child's icon and begin.
    Assign On: 9/23/2013
    Due: 6/9/2014
  • Weekly DSA (Spelling)

    Weekly DSA words may be different for everyone. Every Monday, students receive their spelling pattern. Please study the pattern, not so much the words. There are several ways to practice the spelling pattern.

    • Sort the words in a pattern
    • Write the words in sugar/Gelatin
    • Write the words in sentences
    • Write the words 5 times each
    • Create a story with the words.
    • Write them in alphabetical order
    • Sort in different ways: speed sorts, open sorts, closed sorts
      **Don't forget to mark your progress in your Homework Log**
    Assign On: 10/15/2013
    Due: 6/9/2014
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