3rd Grade

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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

3rd Grade is Positive…

Posted on January 8, 2020

The students are continuing to explore electricity using balloons! They learned to charge their balloons to create a positive charge! 

3rd Grade News – Week of January 6th

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3rd Grade Newsletter- Week of 1/6/20

In ELA, we will begin Rows and Piles of Coins
In Math, we will continue topic 4- Multiplication Facts and Strategies
In Science, we will continue Exploring Electricity in our Stem Lab
In Social Studies, we will begin our unit on Our Government
In Religion, we will finish chapter 5.

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Third Grade is all about Community…

Posted on January 6, 2020

Third grade is finishing their community unit by completing a tri-fold project. We drew pictures of rural, urban and suburban and then explained what you would see in our own words!

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3rd Grade News – Week of December 10th

Posted on December 10, 2019

3rd Grade Newsletter- Week of 12/10/19

In ELA, we will continue If You Made a Million.
In Math, we will continue topic 4- Multiplication Facts and Strategies
In Science, we will continue Exploring Electricity in our Stem Lab
In Social Studies, we will continue our unit on Communities
In Religion, we will finish chapter 5.

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