October 1, 2014

Class List

Here is a list of everyone in our class. Please use this list to write Christmas cards, birthday cards, Valentine’s Day cards etc. throughout the year.

We have 15 boys and 5 girls.

Matthew             Synai                Adam                Mateusz

Philip                  Emily                Nicolas             Nicholas

Jack                     Chloe                Sonny               Christian

Benjamin            Natasia            Christopher     Daniel

David                   Veronica          Maxim              Romulus

Happy Birthday to our Third Graders

           Happy Birthday to…..

 

Synai on September 3rd….the first day of school!

 

Adam on September 13th

Special Subjects

Here are the special subjects for children in grade 3:

Mondays    -  Music

Tuesdays    -  Art

Thursdays   –  Computer and Gym

Fridays         –  Spanish

 

Please read the student handbook regarding proper gym uniform for gym day.

Welcome to Third Grade/Homework

 

Welcome to Third Grade!

I hope everyone had a wonderful summer! We are going to have a great year full of lots of fun and excitement!

Please read the school handbook and return the inside sheets by Sept. 19th. Kindly cover the workbooks that were taken home with contact paper.

Monday will begin full days of school until 3pm for third graders. Children should have a snack and lunch. They will have lunch first then go outside for recess.  Every Monday we also discuss the homily from Sunday’s Mass. It is very important to make every effort to attend Mass regularly on Saturday night or Sunday so children can participate in class on Mondays.

Children in third grade will begin the use of a student planner. Each year up to eighth grade planners are used to record homework each night. They are a good way to keep organized. I have given everyone a paper clip to hold their spot.

Test Folders will be used again this year. They will go home every Wednesday. Please return them on Thursdays. They must be signed in the chart as well as on the work itself.

 

                             Homework for September 30, 2014

1. Read for 15 minutes. (books read will be recorded on a log sheet and collected each trimester at report card time).

2. Religion -  study chapters 1 and 2 and the chapter reviews for quiz Wed. Bring rosary beads for the month of October.

3. Math – cover workbook; complete wkbk. page 28 1-12.

4.  Vocab.- write sentences with words from unit 4.

5. Sharing Smiles Klub will meet on Wednesday.

Congratulations to our Students of the Week so far…. Veronica, Nicholas T.  and Emily! Continue to work hard and be kind!

Have a nice night!

Coming Up This Week:

Wednesday- Religion Quiz on chapter 1 and 2.

Thursday – Reading Test on What About Me story from notes and vocab.

Friday- Math and vocab. quizzes; Mass at 8am; Spanish info. due.

 

Next Week:

S.S. – Tuesday 10/7 –  interview questions due

Next week will be quizzes in L.A., science, math and vocab. More details will be given by Friday.

 

3rd Grade Wish List

  1. Digital Camera
  2. Hue Document Camera

Math Websites

Here is a list of some websites that are instructional and fun for learning math and practicing number facts.

                                                                     Have fun exploring these sites!

                                                                                www.funbrain.com

                                                                                www.aplusmath.com

                                                                                www.themathgames.com

                                                                                www.gamequarium.com

                                                                                www.studyzone.org

                                                                                www.funfamilyeducation.com/mathematics

                                                                                www.coolmath4kid.com  

                                                                                www.coolmath.com