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April 30-May 4
Due Date: 4/30/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Main Idea/ Key Details
Central Message/Theme
Point of View writing

Spelling:

Review Spelling Words Wk 30

Flying                    leave                     February                             

Fries                      ground                 Wednesday

Puppies                voice                     touch

Cried                     deep                     trouble

Week                    title                        rather

Hurrying               able                       level

Speak                    simple                   position

Speed                   middle                  system

Town                     uncle                     mountains

Hour                      December           flour

Now                      July                        flower

House                   circle                     thousand

About                   often                     business

Sound                   ready                    method

Brown                   become                               energy

South                    listen                     probably

Boys’                     meant                   figure

Men’s                   bread                    alone

Boy’s                     weather               general

Puppy’s                sense                    suppose

Please                   rough                    example

Girl’s                      nothing                capital

Seem                    heavy                    single

Puppies’              enough                cattle

Enjoy                     women                joy

Square                  woman                 ponies

Real                       busy

Oil                           above

 

Vocabulary

Vocabulary Test 5/4

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

Collaborate: work with others to make or do something

Aggressive: threatening or ready and eager to fight or attack others

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

Diligent: hard-working. Work steadily or carefully on something because it is important to you

Frank: say what you think, openly and honestly

Self-confident: sure of yourself; confident or sure you can do something

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

Overwhelmed: feel something strongly so that you forget everything else

Contentment: feeling of satisfaction and happiness

 

Math: Review Skills: Fractions

Area
Quadrilaterals
Graphs
Elapsed time
Measuring
Line plots
Word problems

Final Math Review Test 2: 5/3

Final Vocabulary Test: 5/4

Final Spelling Test 5/4

Final Fact Fluency 5/3

Writing Grade Point of View 5/8



April 23-27
Due Date: 4/23/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Main Idea/ Key Details
Text Structure
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing
Using transition words, introduction and conclusion
Editing/Revising Paragraphs

Spelling:   August, draw, fall, face, pair, April, eleven, author, aun, post, almost, January, tutke, able, simiple. Middle, uncle, December, July, circle, Feburary, Wednesday, touch, trouble, opposite, produce, possible, around

Vocabulary: (Repeat of Last Week)

collaborate- work with others to make or do something

aggressive- threatening or ready and eager to fight or attack others

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 other

Math:Review Skills: Fractions

Area
Quadrilaterals
Graphs
Elapsed time
Measuring
Lnie plots
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.
Please remember with the upcoming testing that schedules will be shifted around. Please do not schedule Doctor’s appointments/etc… on testing days. Make sure to get plenty of rest, and to eat a good breakfast that day!  
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.
Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!
Tests this week: fact fluency, spelling, reading comprehension
IF YOU DO NOT SIGN ANS RETURN THE COLOR RUN PERMISSION SLIP YOUR CHILD MAY NOT PARTICIPATE

April 24: Progress Reports    May 23: Students’ last Day

April 25: MAAP Math   

May 18th: Color Run and Awards @ 12

May 22& 23 60% Days 


April 17-20
Due Date: 4/17/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Main Idea/ Key Details
Text Structure
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing
Using transition words, introduction and conclusion
Editing/Revising Paragraphs

Spelling: able, simple, middle, title, uncle, circle, July, December, Wednesday , February, trouble, touch, enjoy, square, real, oil, leave, ground, voice, deep, women, woman, busy, above, single, example, cattle, capital

Vocabulary:

collaborate- work with others to make or do something

aggressive- threatening or ready and eager to fight or attack others

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 other

Math:

Review Skills: multiplying by multiples of ten
One and two step word problems with all operations
Inverse operation
Analyzing graphs
Rounding,
Volume and mass
Telling time
Elapsed time

April 17: MAAP ELA  May 18th: Color Run (Times to be determined)

April 19: MAAP Writing  May 22 & 23: 60% days

April 24: Progress Reports  May 23: Student’s Last Day

April 25: MAAP Math 
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.
Please remember with the upcoming testing that schedules will be shifted around. Please do not schedule Doctor’s appointments/etc… on testing days. Make sure to get plenty of rest, and to eat a good breakfast that day!  
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.
Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!
Tests this week: fact fluency, review skills assessment #1


April 9-13
Due Date: 4/9/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Main Idea/ Key Details
Text Structure
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing
Using transition words, introduction and conclusion
Synonyms and Antonyms
Editing/Revising Paragraphs

Spelling: oil, enjoy, square, real, leave, voice, ground, deep, woman, women, above, busy, general, alone, figure, suppose

Vocabulary:

ban: forbid something or prevent someone from doing something

Permit: allow something to happen or let someone do something

Valuable: very important in some way

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

Unwind: relax

Stressful: causing worry or tension

Math:

Area and Perimeter
Geometry- shapes, identify and describe attributes
NOTES ARE IN BINDER!
Review equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and fractions on a

number line

Multi-Step Word Problems
PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD REVIEW THE ABOVE SKILLS IN IXL!! IT WILL

HELP THEM ON THEIR UPCOMING STATE TEST!

  April 24: Math MAAP/Progress Reports

April 10: Field Trip Botanic Gardens  May 18: Color Run (Times TBD)

April 17: MAAP ELA  May 23: Students’ Last Day  

April 19: Writing MAAP  May 22& 23 are 60% days  

 

 

 

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.
Please remember with the upcoming testing that schedules will be shifted around. Please do not schedule Doctor’s appointments/etc… on testing days. Make sure to get plenty of rest, and to eat a good breakfast that day!  
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.
Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!
Spelling Test 4/13
Fact Fluency 4/12
Geometry/Area & Perimeter Assessment 4/12
Comprehension 4/13


April 3-6
Due Date: 4/3/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Main Idea/ Key Details
Text Structure
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing
Using transition words, introduction and conclusion
Synonyms and Antonyms

Spelling: .boy’s, boys’ men’s, puppy’s, puppies’, girl’s, please, seem, nothing, rough, enough, heavy, method, probably, business, energy

Vocabulary

struggle: try very hard to do something

skill: ability to do something well

skillful: good at doing something

opportunity: chance to do something

generally: usually or almost always

decline: get smaller or worse

 

Math:

Area and Perimeter
Geometry- shapes, identify and describe attributes
NOTES ARE IN BINDER!
Review equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and fractions on a

number line

Multi-Step Word Problems
PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD REVIEW THE ABOVE SKILLS IN IXL!! IT WILL

HELP THEM ON THEIR UPCOMING STATE TEST!

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.

Please remember with the upcoming testing that schedules will be shifted around. Please do not schedule Doctor’s appointments/etc… on testing days. Make sure to get plenty of rest, and to eat a good breakfast that day!  

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.

Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!

Vocabulary test 4/6

Fact Fluency 4/5

Math Quiz Area/Perimeter 4/6

Synonyms/Antonyms Quiz 4/5

Last day to order Spring Pics: April 9th

April 5: Art Auctions at the Hills @ 6  April 24: Math MAAP/Progress Reports

April 10: Field Trip Botanic Gardens  May 18: Color Run (Times TBD)

April 17: MAAP ELA  May 23: Students’ Last Day  

April 19: Writing MAAP



March 26-29
Due Date: 3/27/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Main Idea/ Key Details
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing

Spelling: . No Spelling this Week

Vocabulary: No Vocab

Math:
Area and Perimeter
Geometry- shapes, identify and describe attributes
NOTES ARE IN BINDER!
Review fractions and area
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.
Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!
Comp Test 3/28
Math Test 4/6

Last day to order Spring Pics: April 9th

Last Day to order Art Days shirt is March 29

March 30-April 2 : Easter Holidays                        April 19: Writing MAAP

April 5: Art Auction at the Hills @ 6                     April 24: Math MAAP/ Progress Reports

April 10: Field Trip Botanic Gardens                         May 23: Students’ Last Day (60%)

April 17: MAAP ELA 



March 19-23
Due Date: 3/19/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Ask and answer questions about a text
Main Idea/ Key Details
Central Message/Theme
Persuasive Writing/Informational Writing

Spelling: . Now, town, house, hour, brown, about, south, sound, bread, meant, sense, weather, mountains, thousand, flower, flour

Vocabulary:

Adapt: change to fit new situations or conditions

Depend: rely on or need someone or something for help or support

Scan: examine something or look at something carefully and closely

Disrupt: disturb or interrupt something

Trample: damage or crush by walking or stepping on something heavily

Forbid : order someone not to do something

Math:
Geometry- shapes, identify and describe attributes
NOTES ARE IN BINDER!
Review fractions and area
Multi-Step Word Problems
Fact Fluency will now include division problems! STUDY YOUR FACTS!

March 30-April 2 : Easter Holidays

April 5: Art Auction at the Hills
FIELD TRIP MONEY IS DUE THIS WEEK $7.25


March 5-9
Due Date: 2/26/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

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

Spelling: .  boat, November, grow, low, note, throat, board, snow, closing, starring, Friday, stayed, marked, tail, states, raised, Sunday, June, grew, soon, choose, team, moon, knew, foot, book, woods, stood, thirteen, heated, fire, street, night, fry, white, light, fine, quite, sky, sight, truth, due, along, toe, sold, instead, worth, fold, fruit, Tuesday, whose, suit, guard, guess, early, guide, money, key, carry, English

 

Math:
Measurement (with a ruler)
Line plots
Review fractions
Multi-Step Word Problems
  March 30-April 2:Easter Holiday      March 12-16: Spring Break
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.
Lunch is typically at 12:05. However, with case 21 this is changing

Reading Comp: Friday
Math Test: Mon/Tues


Feb 19-23
Due Date: 2/19/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

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

Spelling: . Light, fry, night, white, quite, fine, sight, sky, key, money,

English, carry, already, beside, practice minute

Vocabulary:

Graceful: moving in a smooth or beautiful way

Spectacular: amazing to look at

Original: completely new and different

Achieve: do something successfully especially something that requires a lot of work or 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 difficult.

Math:
Measurement (with a ruler)
Review fractions
Multi-Step Word Problems
Commas, quotations test: Friday
Vocabulary Test: Friday
Measurement Quiz: Wednesday

Feb 27: Case 21 (ELA)  March 1: Spring Pictures

March 3: Case 21 (Math)  March 30-April 2:Easter Holiday

March 12-16: Spring Break  


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)