Third Grade

Welcome to Digital Learning! 

Students,

Here are some fun activities that continue your study of Chess and Chasing Vermeer!  Please click on the links to connect to each activity or website.  Please complete each posted activity on your Target Day, and please share your work with us through e-mail.  Some of these activities will require parent permission and assistance.  Please be patient and please remember many of your parents also have work to complete at home.  🙂  Have fun!

Love and miss you,

Mrs. Westbrook & Mrs. Brown

TUESDAY, May 12

Activity #1 – Click Here:  Vermeer – Create Your Own Secret Code

Activity #2 – Chasing Vermeer – Please read or listen to Chapters 23 & 24

Click here for the free audio book: https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Vermeer/dp/B0006LBXDG  (Please remember if you prefer to read the book you will need to purchase your own copy)

TUESDAY, May 5

Activity #1 – Vermeer Riddles – Click Here: Vermeer What is It Activity

Activity #2 – Chasing Vermeer – Please read or listen to Chapters 19, 20, 21, 22

Click here for the free audio book: https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Vermeer/dp/B0006LBXDG  (Please remember if you prefer to read the book you will need to purchase your own copy)

TUESDAY, April 28:

Activity #1 – Vermeer Painting Analysis #2 – Vermeer – Ways of Seeing Activity

Activity #2 – Chasing Vermeer – Please read or listen to Chapters 15, 16, 17, 18

Click here for the free audio book: https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Vermeer/dp/B0006LBXDG  (Please remember if you prefer to read the book you will need to purchase your own copy)

TUESDAY, April 21:

Activity #1 – Chasing VermeerDecode the messages in Chapters 12 & 14  and  check out the illustrations from the chapters –  Click here: Vermeer Codes for Chapters 11 – 14

Activity #2 – Chasing Vermeer – Please read or listen to Chapters 11, 12, 13, 14  Click here for the free audio book: https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Vermeer/dp/B0006LBXDG  (Please remember if you prefer to read the book you will need to purchase your own copy)

Activity #3 – Vermeer Painting Analysis – Click here: Vermeer Painting Analysis

 

TUESDAY, April 14:

Activity #1 – Affective Lesson – My Face of Courage – Click here: A Lion’s Whisker #11

Activity #2 – Chasing VermeerPlease read or listen to Chapters 8, 9, 10   Click here for the free audio book:  https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Vermeer/dp/B0006LBXDG

TUESDAY, March 31:  

Activity #1 – Complete from last week –  Design You Own Chess Pieces design_your_own_chess_set (1)

Activity #2 – Play Pentominoes:   https://www.scholastic.com/blueballiett/games/pentominoes_game.htm

Activity #3 – Broken Chess Board (Think Pentominoes!): Please print out the chessboard pieces and try to reassemble the chess board so that ALL of the pieces fit back together.  This is HARD!  Be persistent and have fun with it!

print these:   broken_chessboard_pieces0001broken_chessboard   Or play online:     http://www.transum.org/Maths/Activity/Jigsaw/Chessboard.asp

TUESDAY, March 24th: 

Activity #1 – Design You Own Chess Pieces design_your_own_chess_set (1)

Activity #2 – Play Dots and Boxes: print these:  dotsandsquareslarge (1)dotsandsquaressmall (1)

Or play online:   https://www.mathsisfun.com/games/dots-and-boxes.html

Activity #3 – Chess Piece Transformation: Think of this as a squiggle transformation, but with pictures.  What can you transform the chess pieces into?  Can you combine them to create a new image? chess_piece_elaboration

 

 

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What is the Carlos Museum?  

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=michael+c+carlos+museum+video&qpvt=michael+c+carlos+museum+video&view=detail&mid=D180B0C4287A533AB94DD180B0C4287A533AB94D&&FORM=VDRVRV

What is an Art Conservator?

https://carlos.emory.edu/our-work

https://www.culturalheritage.org/about-conservation/what-is-conservation

 

How art conservator Julian Baumgartner restores damaged paintings

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/wnpm4z/how-brooklyn-museum-collection-preserves-conservation-lab

 

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/8qv3jz/mending-ceramics-conservation-lab

http://www.theconservationcenter.com/textiles