• Weekly Update for 9/17/18

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 9/17/2018

    Reading:  We are reading  Pop's Bridge.  Our focus skill is comparing and constrasting.

    Math:  Using an array to understand distributive property.  Distributive property is multiplying smaller equations and then adding the products together to find the answer to a larger equation.  Ex: 9X4 can be solved by 4X4=16 and 5X4=20 16+20=36 so 9x4=36

    Working on X2, X3, X4 math facts 

    Writing:  story structure - beginning, middle, and end

    Handwriting:  lowercase cursive letters e. l, b, h, f

    Social Studies:  Geography Unit - learning about the different land forms.

     

    Reminders:

    Picture day is on Friday!

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  • Weekly Update for 9/10/18

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 9/10/2018

    Reading:  We are reading  Destiny's Gift.  Our focus skill is understanding characters.

    Math:  unknown factors in multiplication can be related to division problems.  Ex: ___X3=12    12÷3=___        

    Working on X2, X3, X4 math facts 

    Handwriting:  lowercase cursive letters i, t, u, and w

    Social Studies:  Geography Unit - learning about a globe

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  • Parent Night

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 9/7/2018
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  • Weekly Update for 9/4/18

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 9/4/2018

    Reading:  We are reading  The Trial of Cardigan Jones.  Our focus skill is conculsion.

    Math:  Commutative property and finding related multiplication facts by adding and subtracting equal groups in array models

    Handwriting:  Starting cursive handwriting - learning different lines that we need to use to form letters.

    Social Studies:  Learning school rules and getting to know classmates.

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  • Weekly Update for 8/27/18

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 8/27/2018

    Reading:  We are reading  A Fine, Fine, School.  Our focus skills are vocabulary, story structure, and summarizing.

    Math:  Factors in multiplication and fair share to start division

    Handwriting:  Reviewing manuscript printing of all the letters

    Science: Using the steps of the scientific method to do our gummy bear experiment. 

    Social Studies:  Learning school rules and getting to know classmates.

    Homework:  Nightly homework consists of spelling practice, skip counting (frowards and backwards), and reading.  Students need to be reading at least 100 minutes each week (20 minutes a night) or more.

     

     

     

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  • Welcome to Third Grade

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 8/23/2018

    We had an exciting first few days of third grade.  

     

    All about Third Grade

     

     

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  • Meet the Teacher

    Posted by DEBORAH UNGER on 8/21/2018

    Welcome to third grade!

     

     

    Meet the Teacher

     

     

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