Week of November 29- December 3

Third Grade

Important Dates:

Wednesday, December 1st- Field Trip to Health Museum

Thursday, December 2nd- Science Test

Friday, December 3rd- Social Studies Test


Important Information:

3rd grade Information Packet

Background/Volunteer Approval Check Link

RCS Volunteer Application QR Code

Remind: text @deb38d to 81010

IXL login: Link located at bottom of webpage

Username: first name and first initial of last name

Password: first name initial and last name initial

Example: Username: Gunters Password: gs

English/Writing - Mrs. Justice

Monday- Giving Good Reasons

Tuesday- Analyze a Persuasive Essay

Wednesday- Proofread and Revise class Essay

Thursday- Plan a Persuasive Essay

Friday- Draft a Persuasive Essay

Homework: none

Spelling Words

  1. tripped 11. tasting

2. lived 12. setting

3. running 13. leaving

4. coming 14. scrubbed

5. hugged 15. sliced

6. named 16. shopped

7. dodging 17. needed

8. quitting 18. beginning

9. used 19. often

10. swimming 20. only

Optional Challenge Words: percentage, comfortable, financial, correspondent

Please email Mrs. Justice if you would like your child to spell the Challenge words on the test. They are not bonus and will be counted toward the final test grade. You can email weekly if you would like, or you can email once and let me know your student would like the Challenge Words continually. Email any time to start or stop.

Homework: None


Reading- Mrs. Justice

Monday:Fact and Opinion Lesson; Section 5 reading with class

Tuesday: Section 5 reading with buddy

Wednesday: Section 5 reading independently

Thursday: Summarize Section, Review Fact and Opinion

Friday: Chapter Questions

Novels Needed for 3rd grade Reading

Q2: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

Q3: Crenshaw By Katherine Applegate

Q4: The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare

Homework: If weekly reading is not completed by Thursday, the book will be sent home to do for homework.

Bible- Mrs. Justice

Monday: Israel Wants a King

Tuesday: Israel Wants a King ( continued)

Wednesday: Chapel

Thursday: Saul Disobeys *verse assessment

Friday: Saul Disobeys ( continued)

Memory Verse:The Lord is King for ever and ever; the nations will perish from his land. You, Lord, hear the desire of the afflicted; you encourage them, and you listen to their cry. Psalm 106:16-17

Cursive- Mrs. Smith

The students will be writing words and Bible verses in cursive.

Math- Mrs. Smith

Students will be learning their 4X multiplication facts this week. Speed drills are on Tuesday and Thursday. Speed drills can be completed/corrected and returned to Mrs. Smith for Eagle Bucks. Each day students practice their facts with games, activities, and color pages.

Topic 5: Multiplication Facts: Use Patterns and Known Facts

  • Monday: Lesson 5-6: The Distributive Property

  • Tuesday: Lesson 5-7: 3 as a Factor

  • Wednesday: Field Trip

  • Thursday: Lesson 5-9: 6 and 7 as a Factor

  • Friday: 5-10: 8 as a Factor


Homework: Study multiplication facts

Science- Mrs. Smith

Chapter 5: Matter

  • Monday: review

  • Tuesday: review

  • Wednesday: Field Trip

  • Thursday: Review and Chapter 5 Test

  • Friday: start Chapter 6


Homework: Study for Test on Thursday

Social studies- Mrs. Smith

Chapter 4: Jefferson and Moving West

  • Monday: Chapter 4 activity

  • Tuesday: review

  • Wednesday: Field Trip

  • Thursday: review

  • Friday: Chapter 4 Test


Homework: Study for test on Friday

Specials Online

K-5th Grade: If you have extra time, feel free to work on BINGO.

This is completely optional!

Music: Miss Briner

bbriner@rcseagles.org

Meet the Teacher Presentation

Secret Word:

opinion

Links:

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