(I am posting this early as I am not in school tomorrow morning! Homework sheets will be handed out tomorrow.)
Here is a link to the multiplication homework this week.
2 times tables
5 and 10 times tables
If you would like to challenge yourself:
3 and 9 times table (coming soon – a student video showing an awesome trick to help with 9s)
Multiplication word problems
Language Arts – In our Poetry Unit we have just looked into making Haiku poems. Try making your own at home. You will present it in class!
Any questions, please ask!
I am the blogger of the week: I am King Papar! Welcome to the grade 3 blog!
We are in General studies. We do reading, math and finishing our structures.
We were excited about Innovation day.
Here we are finishing our province projects. They’re outside our classroom:
Here we are during math. We worked on Tangram challenges
Here we are during the gym . I got my assistant bloggers to help me create this because I was playing,
Here we are in Hebrew.
Here is computer time:
Here we are with the Shimshinim:
Thank you for reading my blog. Please leave a comment!
WOW! What a wonderful morning of exhibiting young innovators’ work. It was great to see so many of you here today, Thank you. I know, how much it means to the Grade 3! If you were unable to make it, here is a Google slide showing the experiments and a Google Doc showing the overview of the task and curriculum links.
Good Morning Grade 3,
All students will receive a multiplication strategy booklet this week to practise Arrays, Colour-block square tables, skip counting and number lines. These are all useful strategies when practising multiplication. As we are starting out multiplication and Division unit in Math (which will last until the end of March) this booklet will help when you get stuck.
You can also use an interactive tool such as YouTube and listen to multiplication raps and I will set multiplication tasks on Knowledgehook.
Good morning Grade 3 and Grade 3 parents,
Today a letter and permission form will be coming home regarding the soft launch of grade 3 student blogfolios!
The ultimate goal is to help students learn communication, reflection, and digital citizenship skills, including online safety, that will help them throughout their lives. Here are some examples of the different types of blogfolios from one of the older grades in our school.
Public Blogfolio – This student has been blogging since Kindergarten. It’s wonderful to see how her learning has grown and developed over time.
Public Avatar Blogfolio – This student has just begun her blogging journey and has chosen to keep her name and identity private. We are still able to see her growth and interact with her on her journey. Notice how students have learned to respect her privacy by using the alias in the comments as well.
Password Protected Blogfolio – This student has shared her name and is open to leaving some posts public, however when she shares pictures or videos, she has password protected the post. Only those who have been approved by her or her parents are allowed to know the password.
Private Blogfolio – This blog is completely private. Unless you have an Edublogs account and have been granted access to this blog, you will not be able to see the content.
If you could sign and return the permission form by Monday, March 9th, 2020, I will add an electronic copy here.
We are so excited to finally begin to build a spot for all of our awesome work! If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to email.
The Grade 3 team.
Good Morning Grade 3 and Grade 3 Parents,
Next week is our AWESOME RUACH WEEK! WOOOOHOOOO!
Here is our schedule for the week, with all the fun activities and themes for each day:
As you can see Wednesday is a class theme – Grade 3 has decided they would like to dress up as Disney Characters.
Here is to a fabulous week! Any questions, please feel free to email any of the Grade 3 teams.
All the best,
The Grade 3 Team
(As you know, some students choose to stay anonymous and have created avatars!)
Good Morning Grade 3,
Here are your General Studies homework options this week:
Math – 2D Geometry
Language Arts – expressing an Opinion
Science – If you have access to a computer, log on to your Google slide and complete your slide for your structure project.
Any questions, please let me know.
Good Morning Grade 3 parents,
I am formally inviting you to our Grade 3 Innovation Day presentations on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 from 8:45am-9:45am in the Grade 3 room.
Just to expand on my blog post introducing the concept of Innovation Day, in Grade 3 we have been looking into Structures: strong and stable. We began our exploration looking in what makes a structure strong and stable. Students researched a famous landmark, looking into the real structure (this is a part of our social studies work) using our math measurement and geometry skills to look at shape, height, weight, the scale of their structure and ensure it is free-standing. The structure must also be able to hold weights ranging from 100g-500g. All language arts skills will be assessed from oral communication to scientific report writing (hypothesis, procedure writing, concluding) to reading through research.
As elementary engineers, this is the first independent step into researching, planning, and building. I am so proud of how the Grade 3 students have fully immersed themselves in problem-solving, communicating and collaboration. The Grade 3 students will present their structures alongside their scientific method info board and show you their experience with experimenting via QR code. All structures have been made from recycled goods or goods which will be recycled.
I hope to see you at our Innovation Morning and for you to see all of the wonderful learning experiences happening in Grade 3.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask,
Good morning grade 3 and grade 3 parents!
Here is your homework this week:
Math – mixed addition and subtraction both 3 and 4 digit, with and without regrouping. This is the final challenge in this unit.
Language Arts – We have started our informative writing unit this week. Here is a comprehension activity.
Read this article about the Youth Winter Olympics. (paper copies will be available in class) and answer the questions
Questions worksheet and article.
Have a great week!