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A look into our third grade year!
There are various hyperlinks throughout this presentation to supplement content and for your reference. Here are two very important links to bookmark! : - - Classroom Website - parent-handbook.html - Student-Parent Handbook parent-handbook.html Important Links
The foundation of our classroom is built strong with relationships. From this solid base, our classroom family will be constructed. It is my belief and experience that strong relationships pave the way for groundbreaking moments in our classroom. The work we will do this year will be dynamic, interesting, and creative. My goal is to help instill in your child a lifelong love for learning. We will approach each day with this goal in mind and ensure that our work is intentional, experiential, and that students will know how the skills we study are applicable to their own lives.
Establishing a close-knit relationship with your child and your family that is based on communication and respect. Modeling and encouraging a love of lifelong learning. Facilitating a rigorous education that enables your child to meet and exceed Washington State /Common Core Standards for third grade Ensuring that your child experiences success and celebrates their accomplishments. Providing your child with a vivid and engaging learning environment! ~ Technology, Project Based Learning, Variety of Teaching Methods
All kids will be given opportunity to advance beyond their current level A variety of instructional models will be used to facilitate learning *The new Common Core Standards support breadth and depth
This is a working document at all times! It is subject to change constantly and serves as a tool for me to manage the scope and sequence of the year. Curriculum Calendar
Working Scope and Sequence
Third Grade MATH Goals Memorize multiplication facts! (games, apps, online tools, flashcards, youtube songs, in the car!) Reinforce addition and subtraction facts Learning to manipulate with the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) Learning when to use each operation and multiple strategies to successfully use each operation Beginning of year LITERACY goals F + C = R (Fluency + Comprehension = Reading!) Students are learning about this equation, what their current strengths and weaknesses are, and how they can strengthen themselves as readers. Information will come home shortly after beginning of the year assessments close. Building a Reading Life Chant: “Read faster, read stronger, read longer, and read with deep attention.” Building writing stamina, developing writing routines and processes to promote great growth this year! Math and Literacy Goals
PBL: Project Based Learning
- Nightly Reading Log Due each Friday -Online Learning Programs Focus on Dreambox and Raz-Kids right now - Progress Reports and Home Links for math support and supplementation
Please take moment to write a letter to your child that they will open and read at the very end of the year. Ideas: - What you hope for them to accomplish this year - What their strengths are at this time - Compliments and what makes you so proud Don’t forget to sign up for a conference time, indicate desired times on the volunteer schedule, and tour our room to see what else we are up to!