Time for a Little SNOW and Tell

Hello 3B Families,

I’d like to start by saying that even when I ditched my coat in March and was wearing short sleeves, I continued to remind everyone that we would get another dump of snow… and here we are!
With the snow falling, it felt like a great time to brush off this pun and give you a quick little SNOW and tell!

In no particular order, here are a few class updates!

We absolutely loved having you visit our classroom on Innovation Day! All of the structures that the students built were so incredibly strong. It’s impressive to see what these students can do with just newspaper and tape!


In Math, we have been focusing on our multiplication. We love to find ways to play games in Math class! Most recently, we have been playing Cardio-Math (where two teams race to the board to solve a wheel of Math problems) and Multiplication Face Offs (where you work with a partner and each flip one card at a time to create a multiplication problem). It’s hard to believe it with today’s weather… but just 2 weeks ago, we were outside doing Multiplication with chalk!


This week we participated in part one of a two part workshop with Miss Brigitte in order to develop our research skills. This week’s focus was all about using keywords when using search engines. We were able to practice these skills hands-on with our classroom iPads and a series of research questions presented by Miss Brigitte. 


The students were reminded about Kiddle.co – a child friendly search engine!


In Language Arts, we have been working very hard throughout the term on our Novel Study! We have been enjoying our books through partner reading, small group reading, and independent reading time! We will be wrapping up our Novel Study shortly and shifting into a seriously cool mythology unit! Morah Lianna has already connected with Morah Dina about cross-curricular art projects…. stay tuned!


Lastly, something to look forward to…
In Social Studies, we will be learning about timelines / sorting events chronologically. We will be kicking off this unit with a mini assignment of creating a personal timeline. This is always a fun activity for the students and I always enjoy hearing about what life events my students choose to highlight! (My example always includes chopping all of my hair of the week before I started school!).

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2 Replies to “Time for a Little SNOW and Tell”

  1. Wow, you guys are soooo busy! Everything sounds so fun! I know Eitan can’t wait for the mythology unit!

  2. Hi Grade 3!

    I love your Math Cardio – that is such an awesome way to practice your multiplication tables and get a little vitamin D after the winter grey winter!

    Your classes look like so much fun, especially the Innovation Day structures – WOW! They are all so impressive.

    Keep up the great work 🙂


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