Tuesday, May 19, 2020

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!

Congratulations! to : Sara and Roman as Students of The Week!!!!

And to: Jay and Marcus for Fantastic Work!!!!

keep up the great work and attitude Grade 3!

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Congratulations!

Congratulations to you all for continuing to upload your work and for doing your very best at home! I appreciate your efforts and love marking your work, keep it coming in!!!!!

Drum Roll!!!!!! FANTASTIC WORK goes to Brandon and Sophie this week :)

Double Drum Roll !!!! STUDENT OF THE WEEK goes to Gabe and Chloe I this week :)

See you at 10 AM on Thursday, I'm looking forward to it.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Student Of The Week

Student Of The Week goes to.........

Amanda Yao and Chloe He for being the first two students to e mail me and ask for help with an assignment! Well done for reaching out!!!!! Don't hesitate to email me everyone, if you don't understand something! I'm here to help!!!!

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

3rd grade distance learning folder


3rd grade distance learning folders

Welcome Back! 
Lesson plans updated 
New Zoom times and distance learning information 


Math answers for March 31st- April 3rd

13-3 Practice
  1. 3/6
  2. ¼
  3. Answers will vary
  4. They are both correct because 5/10= ½.
  5. ¼
  6. 4/9

13-3 Reteaching 
Step 1 ⅞-⅜=4/8
  1. ¾
  2. ¼

Problem of the Day
In simplest form, Mrs. Roller has ¼ of a pound of pepperoni left. 

13-4 Student Textbook
  1. 5/12
  2. You can add the difference to ¼ to see if the sum is ¾. First change ½ to 2/4. 
  3. ¼
  4. ¼
  5. 3/7
  6. ½
  7. ¼
  8. 1/10
  9. ¼
  10. ½
  11. 7/11
  12. 3/7
  13. 5/9
  14. ¼
  15. 3/10
  16. ½
  17. 5/12 of the loaf of bread
  18. ¾ of the pizza; Subtract ⅞- ⅛ = 6/8. To find the simplest form, divide the numerator and denominator by 2. 6/8 divided by 2/2= ¾
  19. 32 Juice boxes
  20. 8 more juice boxes; 5 times 4= 20, 20-12= 8
  21. None of the sandwiches were left.
  22. ¾ of the energy
  23. C. $20
  24. 40 people
  25. ⅜ of the pan of cornbread

Problem of the Day
Mario left 3 slices, or 3/12 of the pizza, plain. 3/12 = 1/4

Class Information:

Students please choose your best and favorite 2 assignments from each of the following categories, social studies, religion, math, handwriting, spelling, writing, and 1 from science that you have done so far in Distance Learning and upload them to your seesaw account. Please take one clear photo of each assignment. The first page of each assignment will do. No need to send multiple pages of each assignment or the optional assignments. Any assignment will do even if you have already emailed it to me. Upload all of this week’s work by Friday at 2 if possible.

Students please choose your best and favorite 2 assignments from each of the following categories, social studies, religion, math, spelling, writing, and 1 from science from this week. Students please take photos of this week’s work with your Seesaw app. Please take one clear photo of each assignment. Upload all of this week’s work by Friday at 2 if possible.


Zoom meeting 1 10:30-11:00 Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 
It’s the same recurring password. 
Meeting ID: 467 454 057
Password: 164845


Zoom meeting 2 11:30-12:00 Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
It’s the same recurring password. 
Meeting ID: 643 057 240
Password: 086933


Please have your math textbook or handouts, math notebook, pencil and eraser for Tues, Wed, and Thurs. 
Please bring your reading book to Friday’s sessions. Be prepared to tell us about your book. What is your book about? Why do you like your book?


Happy Birthday Oliver and Chloe H.!
Happy Belated Birthday Chris! 

Monday, March 30, 2020

Lesson plans for Tuesday March 31st

Tues. March 31st

PJ day 

New Spelling Words:
community 
cycle
diary
everybody
family
glory
identify
library
memory
rhymes
style
supply
worry
yourself
youthful

Watch Out Words:
chance
chants
chord
cord

Practice spelling the words. Please write all of the words 2x each in cursive.


Read for at least 30  minutes. 
Who is the main character of the book you are currently reading? Draw a picture of the main character. List at least two character traits next to the main character.

Character traits are valued aspects of a person's behavior. Everyone has character traits, both good and bad, including our favorite fictional characters. Character traits are often labeled with descriptive adjectives such as patient or honest.

Math 13-3  handouts Practice and Reteaching side

Check your answers to 13-3. Write how many you got right over the total number of problems. Go back and redo any problems you got wrong with a red pen.

Optional:
Problem of the Day
Mrs. Roller bought ⅞ of a pound of pepperoni. She used ⅜ of a pound in a sandwich and 2/8 of a pound on a pizza. How much pepperoni did she have left?


Weekly Assessment # 14 Economy & Weekly Literacy Connection

Extra Challenge: Try to answer the Think and Review Questions on the back side of the Literacy Connection handout without using the newsweek to help you. 

If you lost the handout or want an extra challenge, watch world history according to schoolhouse rock and write a few sentences telling me what you learned from the episode. 


Bless Are We textbook
Holy Week and Easter Read pages 346-351
You do not have to do activity on 347.
Do activity on page 351. Please use color pencils and crayons when illustrating your post.