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Newsletter April 6-10
Due Date: 4/6/2015
Subject: Third Grade

April 6-10

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


1.  ACT Aspire will be given next week.

Mrs. Mote’s Math Group

Quarter 4 Assessment 2 Thursday, April 9

Standards:                                  Skills:   measurement, time, mode, mean, range, median

                                                                 Review of skills for ACT Aspire

Solve problems involving measurement and estimation of intervalsof time, liquid volumes, and massesof objects.




                Monday: study facts, review sheet

                Tuesday: study facts, review sheet

                Wednesday: study facts, review sheet

                Thurs: study facts, review sheet


Mrs. Mote’s Reading Group

Quarter 4 Assessment 2 Friday, April 10


Skills:   vocabulary, fact/opinion, main idea, topic/details, similes, analogies                             


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



                Monday:  read 15 min, Practice w/b pg. 180- timed reading- please sign

                Tuesday:  read aloud 15 min                 

                Wednesday: read aloud 15 min

                Thursday:  read aloud 15 min


Standards:                                    Skills:  Pronoun/verb contractions

L3.1 a,b,f,I                                                 

L3.3 a,b                                                      

L3.4 a,b,c,d



Monday: none

Tuesday: none

Wednesday: w/b pg. 157

Thursday: none


Spelling:  Test Thursday

Words endings y to i





Monday:  study words

Tuesday: study words, sp book pg 145

Wednesday: study words,

Thursday: none

Mrs. Mote’s Homeroom

Science –


7.) Describe the life cycle of plants, including seed, seed germination, growth, and reproduction.

 •  Describing the role of plants in a food chain  •  Identifying plant and animal cells  •  Describing how plants occupy space and use light, nutrients, water, and air  •  Classifying plants according to their features

Examples: evergreen or deciduous, flowering or nonflowering

•  Identifying helpful and harmful effects of plants


- helpful—provide food, control erosion;

- harmful—cause allergic reactions, produce poisons

 •  Identifying how bees pollinate flowers  •  Identifying photosynthesis as the method used by plants to produce food




                       Monday : none

                       Tuesday: none

                       Wednesday: none

                        Thursday: none



Social Studies:   Quarter 4 Assessment 2 Friday April 10-Week 20

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.



                Monday:  none      

                Tuesday: none     

                Wednesday: none   

                Thursday: study questions