Here is the newsletter going home tomorrow for the month of October! The homework this month is consistent with September. Please refer to that post if you need extra copies.
Dreambox website: https://play.dreambox.com/login/6ppk/bowlingge1
As we are reviewing and continuing to learn about rounding, we have been using this song to help us. Now you can listen and practice at home too!
Here are our January updates!
Report cards for the 2nd Nine Weeks go home on Friday. I also included the information on how to log onto Dreambox Math in case you need it again. As always, feel free to contact me through phone, email or Remind if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks!
We’ve been using this song in math to remember our coins and their worth during our money unit. WARNING: its pretty catchy!
It is the 4th nine weeks already! This month we are working on getting ready for 4th grade by refining students’ time management and problem solving strategies. Be sure to continue to complete homework every night; if there are any changes in homework with testing or as the year comes to a close I will update you via Remind.
Here are some important dates to note:
April 10th -17th Spring Break NO SCHOOL
April 2oth Interim Reports
April 28th Field Day (wear blue)
May 4th & 5th 3rd Grade Reading SOL test
May 11th & 12th 3rd Grade Math SOL test
Also for your listening pleasure… the perimeter song! This catchy tune has been helping us in math over the past week. Ask your student to show you the dance moves!
On Friday students created survey, collected data on their question from the class and formed a graph as a project for math. To add a little fun, we added some fake mustaches to the equation. As the students went around asking the question for their survey, they held it and said “I mustache you a question..”. Here are the pictures I able to get. I tried to get everyone, but they were so excited that I missed some!
Be on the lookout to see their data and graphs hanging up in the hallway outside our room.
On Thursday during our whole group reading, we did a “Reading Carousel” activity in which students read short stories in groups to find the Main Idea and supporting details. The students loved getting to read along with their peers, rotating around to each book and sharing their findings!
This past week we have been working on rounding. Here is the song we’ve been practicing to remember our rules. Feel free to sing it at home to help out your student!