Posted on May 16, 2019
3-206 | Teacher: Miss Kristy Hellmund | email@example.com
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
Third grade is practicing using rulers to measure items in our classroom. We are measuring to the half inch and quarter inch!
Posted on May 8, 2019
In Math, we will continue our unit on time [chapter 10]
Posted on May 6, 2019
In ELA, will continue The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and focus on visualization
“A HAIRY TALE” by Charlie Lovett
Friday, May 10, 2019
Msgr. Campbell Hall
The supremely bratty Prince Rupert and the equally obnoxious Princess Iphigenia have been exiled to the wild woods of Wychwood and can’t return home until they find true love. But who would love such spoiled brats? Could it be Rapunzel and her brother Bill, trapped in an enchanted tower because they refused to get a haircut? Or perhaps Elton and his sister Ernestine, peasant children who sell all the family’s electronics for a measly five beans that might be magic? With a fairy-tale committee that includes a super-cool big bad wolf and a bumbling fairy godmother making the rules, this romp through the forest of Wychwood is filled with twists and turns. With unforgettable characters like Paprika (the lost Spice Girl) and a pair of paparazzi desperate for a photo of Rapunzel, A Hairy Tale will have you laughing until the curtain falls and everyone (okay, almost everyone) has learned the meaning of true love, true sacrifice, and truly hilarious storytelling.
Admission Donation are greatly appreciated. Light refreshments available before the show.
Posted on March 20, 2019
3rd grade also used “OREO” to help us organize our persuasive essays! We shared them with our class!
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