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Newsletter March 2-5
Due Date: 3/2/2015
Subject: Third Grade

March 2-5

 Please note that some assignments may change depending on our schedule- please check homework sheets completed in class.

Announcements

1.  i have listed the dates for the ELA and Math Assessments under the Calendar tab on my website.  The tests should fall on or around these dates depending on our schedule.  Please check this announcement sheet for any changes as we progress through the year.  Also the new standards for the week are listed on this announcement sheet.  You can access this website   www.alex.state.al.us   to read the standards. Follow these steps after you get on the website: click on courses of study, then English Language Arts or Math, then Grade 3.  Remember that these standards are cumulative - we reteach and review standards all during the year

2.  No school on Friday, March 6

3.  Spring Fundraiser began Feb. 26 and will end on March 11.

4.  Monday the 2nd

 

Dr. Seuss Week begins

 

Tuesday the 3rd

 

Dr. Seuss Week – Dress as a Twin

 

Wednesday the 4th

 

Dr. Seuss Week – Crazy Socks

 

Thursday the 5th

 

Dr. Seuss Week – Pajama Day

 

Mrs. Mote’s Math Group

Wednesday- Assessment #4

Area and Perimeter/ Geometry

Standards:                                  Skills:   Fractions

                  3.1-multiplicaton                      Addition and Subtraction within 1,00

                   3.7 - multiplication                  multiplication and division

       Fractions- 3.13,14a,b,15a,b,c,d             solving word problems addition, subtraction, fraction

        Time- 3.16                                         telling time

        3.24, 3.25-geometry                           geometry/ Area and Perimeter

 

Homework:

                Monday: study facts, pg 253-254

                Tuesday: study facts, review sheet for test

                Wednesday:  study facts

                Thurs: none

                                                                                                                                              

Mrs. Mote’s Reading Group

Tuesday- Assessment #4

Skills:                                   

4.3  vocabulary, dictionary-example clues, compare/contrast/ inference, author’s purpose, setting/plot, multiple meaning words

Standards:

        

RI – 3.1, 3.3, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10                                                                      

RF 3.3 a-d, 3.4 a,c                                                                  

SL  3.1 a-d. 3.2, 3.4, 3.6                                                                             ,

 

Homework:

                Monday:  read 15 min

                Tuesday:  read aloud 15 min                 

                Wednesday: read aloud 15 min

                Thursday:  none

Grammar: 

Standards:                                    Skills:  Pronouns

L3.1 a,b,f,I                                                 

L3.3 a,b                                                      

L3.4 a,b,c,d

L3.6

Homework:

Monday: none

Tuesday: none

Wednesday: none

Thursday: none

 

Spelling:  Test Thursday

- blanket, ignore, scrambled, occasional, perched, daunted, oversized, heaved, hoisted, garage

Standards:                  

 

     L3.2e,f

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Homework:

Monday:  study words

Tuesday: study words

Wednesday: study words

Thursday: none

Mrs. Mote’s Homeroom

Science – Assessment #3 on Wednesday- review Science notebook.

Standard:  

Human Body

Homework:

                       Monday : notebook

                       Tuesday: study science notebook

                       Wednesday: none

                        Thursday: none

Social Studies:   Week 15

Standard: Social Studies 3.6  Identify conflicts within and between geographic areas involving use of land, economic competition for scarce resources, opposing political views, boundary disputes, and cultural differences.

S.S. 3.13  Describe prehistoric and historic American Indian cultures, governments, and economics in Alabama.                      

Homework:

                Monday:  none        

                Tuesday: none     

                Wednesday: none      

                Thursday: none