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Weekly Newsletter 5/14-5/25
Due Date: 5/14/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

I would like to celebrate May, June, and July Birthdays this week.

We will celebrate De’anna on 5/15, Aryan on 5/16, and Micheal on 5/17.

WEEKLY HEADLINES

5/14-5/23

Reading Comprehension skills: The students will continue reviewing previous learned skills

Spelling Words: No Spelling This Week

Writing- The students will review previous learned skills.

Language: The students will review previous learned skills

Math-The students will review previous learned skills.

Science- The students will review previous learned skills.

Important Dates

*May Birthdays- De’Anna*

*June and July Birthdays-Micheal and Aryan*

 

*May 17-Timbre Tigers Choir Performance 6:30pm

*May 18 -Awards Day-12:00-12:30(in our classroom)

Color Run- 12:45-1:45

(All Parents are welcome to attend awards day and color run)

*May 22 - 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

*May 23 -Students Last Day - 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

Color Run Info

Mrs. Still had more volunteers than she had spots to fill (which is a great problem to have 😊) so she took the first people to sign up.  Those who signed up and did not receive a volunteer note are still welcome to attend and watch.  Parents will not be allowed to run along with the students, but are welcome to stand alongside the route and watch.  Parents can check in at the volunteer table to make sure all spaces were filled and showed up.



Weekly Newsletter 5/7-5/11
Due Date: 5/7/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

WEEKLY HEADLINES

5/7-5/11

Reading Comprehension skills: The students will continue reviewing previous learned skills

Spelling Words: No Spelling This Week

Writing- The students will explore Point of View Writing

Language: The students will review previous learned skills

Math- The students will solve multistep word problems with all operations and the students will review previous learned skills.

Science- The water cycle and states of matter

Important Dates

 *May Birthdays- De’Anna*

 *May 17-Timbre Tigers Choir Performance 6:30pm

*May 18 -Awards Day-12:00-12:30 / Color Run- 12:45-1:45

*May 22 - 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

*May 23 -Students Last Day - 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

Weekly Test Dates

 *5/9- Reading Comprehension Test

*5/11 – Math Test (Word Problems)



Weekly Newsletter 4/30-5/4
Due Date: 4/27/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

 

The following days have different lunchtimes due to testing.

4/23-12:05   4/24-12:10 4/25-12:10 4/26- 12:10 4/30- 11:05

WEEKLY HEADLINES

4/30-5/4

Reading Comprehension skills: The students will continue reviewing previous learned skills

Spelling Words: energy, suppose, leave, become, please, heavy, south, December, speed, trouble, often, boys’ simple, cried, meant, real, woman, hour, ponies, joy.

Writing- The students will explore Point of View Writing

Language: The students will practice editing passages with mistakes and the students will learn and identify dictionary skills.

Math- The students will solve multistep word problems with all operations and the students will review previous learned skills.

 

Important Dates

*April Birthdays- Gabe, Sophia, and Kennedy*

 *May Birthdays- De’Anna*

 *4/30- Math State Test

 *****It is very important that students are well rested and present on this testing day

 *May 1st- Oak Grove 3rd Grade Open House 3:30-5:00pm

 *May 17-Timbre Tigers Choir Performance 6:30pm

 *May 18 -Awards Day-12:00-12:30 / Color Run- 12:45-1:45

 *May 22 - 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

 *May 23 -Students Last Day 60% day dismissal at 11:15am

 

 Weekly Test Dates

*5/2- Vocabulary Test & Language Test

 *5/3 – Math Test (Review skills)

 *5/4- Fact fluency

*5/4- Spelling

 

Review Vocabulary- These words will be tested on 5/2

 

·        Collaborate –work with others to make or do something

·        Aggressive –threatening or ready and eager to fight or attack others; aggressive animals or people are frightening because they can be mean, dangerous or violent

·        Evacuate –leave a place and go somewhere safer

·        Distress –feeling of deep sadness, worry, or pain

·        Unaggressive –not aggressive, or not threatening or ready and eager to fight or attack others

·        Considerate –thoughtful of the feelings and needs of others

·        Ban –forbid something or prevent someone from doing something

·        Permit –allow something to happen or let someone do something

·        Valuable –very important or useful in some way

·        Task –job, chore, or other particular thing you have to do

·        Unwind –relax

·        Stressful –causing worry or tension

 
·        Diligent –hard-working; when you are diligent, you work steadily or carefully on something because it is important to you

 
·        Frank –when you are frank, you say what you think, openly and honestly

 
Self-confident –sure of yourself; if you are self-confident, you are confident or sure you can do something

 Headstrong –determined to do what you want no matter what anyone says

 
Overwhelmed –if you are overwhelmed by a feeling, you feel it very strongly –so strongly that you forget everything else

Contentment –a feeling of satisfaction and happiness; people feel contentment when they are doing something they enjoy



Weekly Newsletter 3/5-3/9
Due Date: 3/2/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

Our class will eat lunch at 11 on 3/5.

WEEKLY HEADLINES

3/5-3/9

Reading Comprehension skills: The students will continue to identify Non-Fiction Text Features in nonfiction texts and determine why text features are important. The students will practice identifying facts and opinions and the students will practice creating summaries of texts they have read. The students will review main idea and details.

Spelling Words: describe, minute, quite, states, guide, board, suit, knew, carry, heated, playing, showed, key, boat, guard, white, stood, Tuesday, grew, night

Writing- The students will explore opinion and informational writing. We are doing writing together as much as possible in order to ensure the students success on the end of the year writing assessment.

**Writing focus/goal for each nine-weeks. We will be reviewing with students the process needed to properly “unpack” the prompt, plan, draft, revise and edit a writing task. In an effort to further support these developing skills, students will be given support and guidance for the first graded writing task of the nine weeks. This support and guidance could result in higher grades than students are able to achieve on their own. We will continue to model the process weekly, construct well-written examples in class as a whole group, with-peers and individually. For the remainder of the grading period, students will be expected to complete prompts by moving through the process independently.

Language: The students will determine where commas should be placed in addresses and dialogue.

Math- The students will measure objects to the nearest whole, half, and quarter inch, interpret and create line plots using measurement, and solve two-step word problems using the four operations (+,-,x, division). IXL practice – B.3, U.8, U.9, M.9

Science/Social Studies:  Weathering and erosion

Important Dates

*March 5-9 -Case 21 Testing

-3/5-Math Case 21

-3/7-Writing Case 21

*March 12-16-Spring Break

 

Test Dates

*3/6- Vocabulary Test

*3/8 – Reading Comprehension

*3/9- Spelling

*3/9- Comma Quiz(rescheduled from 3/1)