Good Morning Grade 3 parents!
We will be starting/continuing our Structures: Strong and Stable unit this week and I am sending out an official call for recycled supplies to assist in our building efforts!
Thank you to those who have already began sending in (washed out!) plastic and cardboard (I assume your eager children have passed on the message!)
If you have any cardboard from cereal boxes to paper towel tubes or plastic items – soda or water bottles to (clean) yogurt pots, I will gladly accept. We have a box in the classroom where students can drop off their supplies.
As always as questions, just email or leave a comment below.
Hello Grade 3 and Grade 3 parents,
Please find below the following options for homework this week. Remember only one piece is expected but you complete as many as you wish.
This our final week of Data Management focus in Math class. We will be moving onto Measurement. Option 1 for Math is a pre learning task. Students are asked to create a mind map of “what do I know about measurement”.
If students are still wanting to practise data management skills here are a variety of word challenge tasks:
Science Homework is also looking at bringing knowledge into the class, ready to add to our new Structures unit. Here are some videos about strength and stability:
Finally, Social studies homework. Create a rural and urban living chart (pick a hard copy from Miss M)
and record examples of rural and urban living in your everyday life.
If you wish to complete a book review – please pick up a template from Miss M
or create your own at home.
Any questions, as always please email or leave a comment!
Good Morning Grade 3,
Please find below links to your homework this week. As always you will be given the choice in class to select a piece you feel is appropriately challenging for you. If you feel that you want to complete another, I will have the paper copy in the classroom until Friday and after that you can access then via our blog.
The Math quiz next week (November 28th will be linked to data management, interpreting data and creating conclusions)
This week we are continuing our homework on Data management looking at interpreting our data and creating conclusions. The grade level math can be found here:
If you want to challenge yourself challenge math can be found here:
(shout out to Mathwire.com for providing AMAZING free worksheets!)
As always a book review can be completed on paper or via the library. Please see last week’s post to access this.
Any questions or queries please feel free to ask.
Good Morning Grade 3 and Grade 3 parents,
Following the success of last week’s student choice homework and amazing inspiration from Morah Lianna, I will be continuing this format of putting all instructions and links to sheets on the blog so students have control and responsibility over what they choose for homework.
This week there will be a choice of:
Pre learning* social studies task – click here to see the instructions and worksheet. (*pre learning simply means gathering information before in class learning begins)
Math homework – Click here for grade 3 level task and click here for challenge task
Language Arts – complete a book review. You can use the review sheet found here or you can add the review directly to the library website. Click here to a full guide to writing a review on the library website.
Any issues or questions, please write a comment below or email me directly.
There will be no set homework this week due to the CAT-4 testing.
I will post optional homework below. Choose one task:
Recapping multiplication in a fun and different way – click here!
Challenge yourself with word problems – Click here!
Find an topic you are interested in and read about it for 20 minutes. Make some notes and share with me next week.
Create a review of a book you have read (this will go towards the reading challenge!) – Click here for a scaffold of a review!
All students will receive a hard copy of the homework they choose. If additional is wanted/needed click the links above.
*Reading is not a set piece of homework as it is expected at at least 20 minutes of reading is ENJOYED per night.
Any issues or questions about homework, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Miss M (firstname.lastname@example.org)