Global Maker Day is Coming!

We are excited for Global Maker Day! Our classroom is already starting to overflow with amazing materials and recycled goods… but we need more! Please continue to send in popsicle sticks, cereal/cracker boxes, toilet paper tubes, paint stir sticks, popsicle sticks, and plastic tubs/lids (think yogurt containers, sour cream tubs – clean please!) to help with our creativity. 

être games to practice for our quiz

Homework Expectations

Hello Grade 3 Families!

The students have been buzzing with excitement about their homework and agendas! We wanted to share a quick blog post with you to explicitly share our homework expectations, as we have been slowly rolling out Grade 3 Homework over the last couple of weeks.

For French – Mr. Polowin will give the students a Plan de Travail each Monday to put in their notetotes. This includes reading, writing, and studying for the dicteé/quiz. The work is assigned on Monday and handed in on Friday. There is a weekly dicteé/quiz on Friday as well. The students write down their homework in their agendas each Monday.

For Hebrew – After the chaggim, Morah Sigal will be sending home a short reading passage each day Monday-Thursday. Students must read the passage and have it signed by a parent.

For General Studies – Each month, the students will have a BINGO board of activities and all of the printouts required in a duotang. We will assign this on the first Monday of each month and ask it to be returned on the last Friday of each month. Students will write it in their agenda on the first Monday of the month.

All homework can be found in your child’s note tote. As always, do not hesitate to reach out should you have any questions. You can also always access the Homework Expectations page (linked on the menu bar of our blog)!

General Studies Homework

Hello Grade 3 Parents!

As discussed at Back to School Night, we are so excited to launch our BINGO board for General Studies homework! Today your child is bringing home a new orange folder, filled with all of the required printouts for the BINGO activities. Reminder, this BINGO card is for the whole month (until the end of October) and we require that the students are completing one task per week!

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As always, please reach out should you have any questions!

-Miss Honey & Morah Lianna

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Week 1 Wrap Up from 3B!

Hello 3B Families,

We can’t believe that the first week of school has already flown by!

We have spent the week getting to know the students, set classroom routines, and of course… WE HAVE HAD A LOT OF FUN!

A highlight from Morah Sigal’s class is the שאלות (questions). Morah Sigal asks the students questions in Hebrew and they respond in Hebrew! These questions can be about ANYTHING!!! Sometimes, Morah Lianna will practice her Hebrew and answer the שאלות, too!


In Art with Morah Andy (Dance, Drama, Visual Art), we learned a dance to the song Tel Aviv! Morah Sigal let us practice our dance one afternoon!

In General Studies, we used a variety of books to help us create our classroom rules (or as Morah Lianna likes to say, our leadership skills). We read Are Pirates Polite? We Don’t Eat Our Classmates, and I Promise.

After reading the book I Promise, we also each took the time to make one promise to ourselves for the school year!


You can see all of the promises we made when you visit our classroom on Back to School Night!
(note: homework will begin after Back to School Night)

Reminder; if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please never hesitate to reach out to the Grade 3 team!

Shabbat Shalom!



Welcome to 3B

What an amazing day in 3B!

We were so excited to see our new lockers, meet our new teachers, and reconnect with old friends (and a new one, too!).

We spent the afternoon with Morah Lianna in General Studies! We read a picture book, made bookmarks, and started a brand new Math activity!

We had a tour of our classroom and started to learn the routines (like quiet reading after recess and always tucking in our chairs). On September 19th (Back to School Night), you’ll be able to get a tour of our classroom, too!

We can’t wait for you to follow along with our Grade 3 adventures on the blog! Make sure you subscribe so you can stay up to date on important information, homework, and general classroom updates!