Assignments for the Week of March 30-April 3
Parents remember this schedule is just to help you pace out the assignments for the week. It also helps to not feel like you have to spend all day working on one assignment. Your student does not have to follow this schedule absolutely and may complete assignments at whatever pace you would like. No work is being graded, but instead monitored. Your child can also be reading, writing, or practicing any skills that have been taught this year.
Please use the links found under your teacher's picture to complete your assignments.
Welcome to Mrs. Waddle's 3rd Grade Classroom!
This year we will be working hard to advance our academic skills. In math we will be diving into multiplication, division, fractions, and more! We will be reading through many genres such as narrative nonfiction, poetry, expository nonfiction, and historical fiction just to name a few. We will also be working on personal narratives, fiction stories, and research topics throughout the year. My goal for your student this year is for them to find a love for reading and a journal full of ideas to write about. Each day I promise to try my best to be my best for your student. We are going to have a lot of fun and work hard in my classroom! I am so excited to work with each individual student this year and get to know them. I am ready for an outstanding year! Thank you for letting me teach your child!
I would love to keep in contact with you so that you may have an active role in your child’s education!
The code for my Remind is @waddle19
I would love for you to join, so that we can stay connected throughout the year!
Also, I would love if you followed our classroom Twitter @MrsWaddleHHES
Class Activity Schedule
Spelling and Vocabulary
Vocabulary will be done using context clues. Students will be taught strategies about context clues. Every two weeks students will be tested on sentences containing new words. Students will use the strategies they have learned to find the meaning of the unknown word. There will no longer be a list of vocabulary words.
Reading: Fiction/Nonfiction Connections
*FACT FLUENCY THIS 9 WEEKS: 75 problems-5 minutes- adding in 7s and 9s
Writing: Students will-
Practice through writing styles: Narrative, Expository, and Opinion
Grammar: Subject-Verb agreement, Pronoun-Noun agreement, citing text evidence
Math: F.3-10, BB. 3-4
ELA: N.1-2, S. 1-6, HH. 9, DD.1-3, CC.1-3
All reading homework is done in class at readworks.org
· If your child’s transportation for the day changes, please send me a note letting me know so.
· Please sign up for my Remind. Text @waddle19 to 81010
HOMEWORK GOES HOME ON FRIDAY AND IS DUE THE FOLLOWING FRIDAY