3-206 | Teacher: Miss Kristy Hellmund | firstname.lastname@example.org
In 3rd grade, students transition from the primary to intermediate grades. The work becomes more challenging as the students learn to take more responsibility for their work, their words, and their actions. I teach using a variety of strategies in order to reach each individual student. Students learn best when they are active participants in their education so I develop lesson plans in all subject areas that encourage students to ask questions, search for answers, and persevere through problem solving. Lessons are enhanced through daily use of our SMART Board and the incorporation of videos, songs, on-line academic programs, and interactive activities. Read More About the 3rd Grade Curriculum
ELA: Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane test Friday Math: GoMath “On The Spot” video, anchor chart & Page 441 in your math textbook on Zoom (10:00)
*Make sure you have a piece of paper, textbook and pencil* Science: Complete review sheet
Study for your test tomorrow Reading: Read/log 20 minutes
We miss you all terribly, so we decided to make this video message to let you know how much!
Enjoy the Easter Break, and we will see you all virtually when online instruction resumes next week.
Be well and stay safe!
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ELA: BrainPop Jr. Activity – Writing a Paragraph
Brainstorm Activity- Google Classroom Math: Watch the GoMath video and complete pages 403,404,405 SocialStudies: Economics/Needs & Wants quiz Wednesday
Review: BrainPop JR Activities [practice quiz] Religion: Complete Google classroom activity
We will meet as a class tomorrow on Zoom[ Tuesday 4/7 ] @ 9:30 AM. I will send out the Meeting ID in the morning
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