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October 15-19
Due Date: 10/15/2018
Subject: 3rd Grade

ELA:

Figurative Language
Text Structure
Informational Writing
Context Clues
Regular and Irregular plural nouns

Math:

Grams, kilograms, liters, and milliliters

Add and subtract word problems using grams, kilograms, liters, and milliliters

Word Problems with all four operations

Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100  

Study your 3’s, 6’s and 7’s for fact fluency!

Science Force and Motion

October 15-19

Vocabulary: reluctant: you do not want to do it have eyes in the back of your head: you seem to be aware of everything that is happening around you-even things you cannot see cluttered: messy, there are things scattered here, there, and everywhere handy: useful or easy to use whoosh: move very fast, makes a rushing or hissing sound have a change of heart: you change your opinion or the way you feel about something

Spelling: gave, nine, page, phone, live (2), inside, change, strange, pretty, chief, clothes, shoes, plenty, quickly, happy, fifty, empty, body, judge, funny, perhaps, special, complete, paragraph,

Please send a snack/water bottle everyday

Monday is PE- please wear tennis shoes or send a pair

Thursday is library –please remember to bring book

Read a book, study multiplication, spelling and vocabulary EVERY NIGHT!!

Yearbooks are $35. THERE WILL BE NO SALES AFTER CHRISTMAS

Please remember to send ear buds with your child

There is a copy of the spelling words and vocabulary words for the entire nine weeks in your child’s binder! It should be in a page protector directly behind the newsletter

Vocabulary Test 10/16 (this will be the last four weeks of the first nine weeks. I told students to keep this sheet until after the test!)

Rounding Quiz 10/16

Comprehension Test 10/18 (This May Change Depending on Need)

Math Test 10/19

Oct 24 Wear Orange   Nov 8 Program @ 7:30

Oct 31 Book Character Parade   Nov 19-23 Thanksgiving Holidays

Nov 6 Progress Reports