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Feb 12-16
Due Date: 2/13/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Text Features
Commas in addresses and dialogue. Quotations
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing

Spelling: book, stood, foot, woods, fire, thirteen, heated, street, guess, guard, guide, early, describe, difficult, develop, result

Vocabulary:

Secure: safe and protected

Durable: tough. Last a long time even if used a lot

Texture: how a material feels

Hazardous: dangerous

Convenient: useful because it makes life easier

Detect: discover or notice something

Math:
Review Equivalent Fractions
Compare Fractions using >.<.= using a variety of strategies
Multi-Step Word Problems
Please send a snack/water bottle everyday
Wednesday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair with your child
Monday-library. Please make sure to remind your child to return their book.
Study multiplication facts every night!!
IXL and Readtheory.org are great resources
PLEASE KEEP A,B,C graded papers at home. D’s and F’s must be signed and returned.
If you can send in items for Valentines treats please do so! We will have ice cream sundaes on Valentines Day
Thursday : Math equivalent/comparing fractions test
Friday: Reading Comprehension test

Feb 16: Regular School Day (Makeup)  March 2- Case 21 (Math)

Feb 19: No School (President's Day)  March 7- Case 21( Writing)

Feb 27: Case 21 (ELA) 


Feb 5-9
Due Date: 2/6/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Text Features
Commas in addresses and dialogue. Quotations
Persuasive Writing

Spelling: soon, grew, June, Sunday, moon, choose, team, knew, Tuesday, fruit, suit, whose, history, human, object, subject

Vocabulary:

Customary: usual or normal or happening regularly

Energize: give energy or strength

Appetizing: tasty or good to eat

Plain: without anything added or without decoration

Differ: different

Refreshing: it makes you feel fresh (lively or not tired) and strong again

Math:
Review Equivalent Fractions
Compare Fractions using >.<.= using a variety of strategies
Please send a snack/water bottle everyday
Wednesday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair with your child
Monday-library. Please make sure to remind your child to return their book.
Study multiplication facts every night!!
IXL and Readtheory.org are great resources
PLEASE KEEP A,B,C graded papers at home. D’s and F’s must be signed and returned.
If you can send in items for Valentines treats please do so! We will have ice cream sundaes on Valentines Day

Feb 16: Regular School Day (Makeup)

Feb 19: No School (President's Day)



Jan 29- Feb 2
Due Date: 1/31/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

Week of January 29-February 2

Learning Focus

Math: Equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and multiplication fact fluency (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10)

IXL: X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, X6, X7, X8, X9, X10, X11

Reading: Poetry, figurative language, and use nonfiction text features and search tools to locate information to a given topic

Science: Earth’s systems

English: Commas in addresses and commas and quotations in dialogue

Writing:   Informative writing (Fossil Fuels)

 

Spelling Words Week 19

1. starring

2. stayed

3. closing

4. Friday

5. marked

6. states

7. raised

8. tail

9. instead

10. sold

11. fold

12. worth

13. boat

14. November

15. grow

16. low

17. note

18. throat

19. board

20. snow

21. truth

22. due

23. along

24. toe

25. either

26.moment

27. product

28. present (2)

 

Vocabulary Words Quiz #5

unexpected: not expected, surprising, or did not think it was going to happen

abandon: leave and not return

industrious: hard-working

comfy: comfortable

successful: you do what you set out to do or so something well

unsuccessful: you do not accomplish what you set out to do

customary: usual or normal or happening regularly

energize: give energy or strength

appetizing: tasty or good to eat

plain: without anything added or without decoration, simple, not fancy

differ: is different

refreshing: makes you feel fresh (lively or not tired) and strong again

secure: safe and protected

durable: tough, can last a long time even if it is used a lot

texture: how a material feels-example, rough or smooth

hazardous: dangerous

convenient: useful and makes our lives easier or more comfortable

detect: discover or notice something that is not easy to see, hear, or feel

graceful: moving in a smooth and beautiful way

spectacular: amazing to look at

original: completely new and different, it is not like anything else

achieve: do something successfully especially that requires a lot of effort

challenge: something that is hard to do or requires a lot of work or effort

determination: deciding you will do something and then doing it even if it is difficult



Jan 22-26
Due Date: 1/24/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Figurative Language Review
Poetry-read and understand poems
Performance task writing: Fossil Fuels
titles and contractions
Narrative Non-Fiction Biography: being an active reader

Spelling: see week 18 review sheets went home in homework packets

Vocabulary: none

Math:
Fractions
Fractions on a number greater than 1 (mixed numbers/improper fractions)
Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a nit fraction of the whole
Fact fluency will increase to 75 problems. Students should include 0’s,1’s,2’s,3’s,4’s,5’s,6’s,8’s,10’s in their study routine.
Please send a snack/water bottle everyday
Wednesday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair with your child
Monday-library. Please make sure to remind your child to return their book.
Study multiplication facts every night!!
IXL and Readtheory.org are great resources
PLEASE KEEP A,B,C graded papers at home. D’s and F’s must be signed and returned.
I have purchased binders for each student. These binders will go back and forth to school daily. The binders will include study materials, daily work, homework (which will begin next week), and the newsletter. Your child must bring the binder everyday!

Jan 25: Class Pictures  Jan 31: Contractions/Titles Test

Jan 25&26 Math Assessment/ Reading Test

Jan 31 Last day to purchase yearbooks


Jan 8-12
Due Date: 1/9/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

NO LUNCH GUESTS JAN 10

 

 

ELA:

 

 

 

Poetry

Figurative Language

contractions/capitalizing titles

 

spelling

      boat

2.     Low

3.     grow

4.     November

5.     throat

6.     snow

7.     board

8.     note

9.     due

10.   truth

11.    toe

12.   along

13.   Thursday

14.   wait

15.   Saturday

16.   May

17.   those

18.   main

19.   over

20.   hair

21.   none

22.   Monday

23.   straight

24.   eighteen

25.   below

26.   follow

27.   window

28.   machine

math: Fractions, paritioning shapes into parts with equal areas and express the area of each part as a unit fraction of a whole, understand a fraction as a number on the number line, and multiplication fact fluency (0, 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10)

Please send a snack/water bottle everyday

Wednesday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair with your child

Monday-library. Please make sure to remind your child to return their book.

Study multiplication facts every night!!

IXL and Readtheory.org are great resources

PLEASE KEEP A,B,C graded papers at home. D’s and F’s must be signed and returned.

I have purchased binders for each student. These binders will go back and forth to school daily. The binders will include study materials, daily work, homework (which will begin next week), and the newsletter. Your child must bring the binder everyday!

Homework packets will begin next week. I will give the packets on Thursday, and students will have until the following Thursday to return the packet.

Jan 9-science fair boards due by 6pm  Feb 16&19: No School

Jan 12- fact fluency test/fractions quiz

Jan 15-No School 



Jan 4-5
Due Date: 1/3/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

WELCOME BACK!!!

 

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Figurative Language Review
Poetry-read and understand poems
Performance task writing: Fossil Fuels
titles and contractions

Spelling: none will begin next week.

Vocabulary: see review sheet and study words!

Math:
Fractions
Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a nit fraction of the whole
Fact fluency will increase to 75 problems. Students should include 0’s,1’s,2’s,3’s,4’s,5’s,6’s,8’s,10’s in their study routine.

Science

Layers of the Earth/Rock Cycle
Please send a snack/water bottle everyday
Wednesday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair with your child
Monday-library. Please make sure to remind your child to return their book.
Study multiplication facts every night!!
IXL and Readtheory.org are great resources
PLEASE KEEP A,B,C graded papers at home. D’s and F’s must be signed and returned.
I have purchased binders for each student. These binders will go back and forth to school daily. The binders will include study materials, daily work, homework (which will begin next week), and the newsletter. Your child must bring the binder everyday!
Homework packets will begin next week. I will give the packets on Thursday, and students will have until the following Thursday to return the packet.

Jan 9-science fair boards due by 6pm                    Feb 16&19: No School

Jan 12- fact fluency test/fractions quiz

Jan 15-No School