Week of October 9th

Parents,

Wow, we had a busy week.  We had science lab, a counseling lesson, an in school field trip about Indians, a popsicle party from Foundation, an A/R celebration, electronics day, end of term MI (math inventory)  assessment, and RI (reading inventory) assessment.  All this plus our regular curriculum!  I think we need another break!

The new week will be a little slower and we will start our new term.  Report cards will be held until Parent/Teacher conference week.  I will also share your child’s MI and RI scores at the conference.  Your child made a new A/R goal for this term.  Encourage him/her to start reading early for the goal. The students have written their goal down in their reading journal.  Remember, Thursday is early release day.

I am so proud of our class! We are the H.E.R.O. attendance winners for the month of September. H.E.R.O. stands for H-here E-everyday R-ready to learn O-on time.  We had the highest daily attendance among all of the 3rd grade classes and won a PAJAMA day. This is the second month in a row that we have been the winner of this contest! Your student can wear school appropriate pajamas on Wednesday, October 13. If he/she would rather wear a hat or bring a furry friend, they may do that instead.Thank you, parents for sending your child to school on-time and ready to learn, every day they feel well!

Academics:

Spelling- prefixes

List 1:
disappear unbutton react reheat
dishonest unable replace unknown
disagree uncover rewind until
List 2:
disloyal unusual research retain
disarm unequal remodel restrain

Math– writing an equation with an unknown number from a word problem and solving for the answer

Reading– text features in informational text

Social Studies– economics- resources in Georgia

Grammar– verbs

Writing – final drafts and illustrations for the imaginative narratives “There is a Creature in My House” and informational writing – bats

Below are websites that will help with this week’s academics.  Please review these yourself before you let your child work on them.  They were appropriate when I posted them, but websites change and you need to make sure they are appropriate for your child.  Advertisements on these websites change frequently.

Math:

Fact Fluency: http://www.multiplication.com/games/play/quick-flash-ii   GREAT FOR LEARNING

THEIR FACTS

Grammar: https://www.turtlediary.com/game/linking-verbs.html

http://www.abcya.com/nouns_and_verbs.htm

Economics: http://www.ducksters.com/money/economics.php

 

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