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    Read Across America

    Link It

    Freckle

    Class Dojo

    IXL

     

    Math:
    Everyday Math Online 


    Xtra Math


    Khan Academy

     

    3's Facts

    3's Fact Game      3s Fact Song

    4's Facts

    4's Fact Game       4's Fact Song

    6's Facts

    6's Fact Game       6's Fact Song

    7's Facts

    7's Fact Game        7's Fact Song

    8's Facts

    8's Fact Game       8's Fact Song

    9's Facts

    9's Fact Game      9's Fact Song

     

      

    Reading:

    EpicBooks

    Read Theory

    Storyline Online


    ReadWorks


    Animal Webcams:
    Wolves
    African Penguins
    Pandas
    Lions
    Elephants
    Eagles




    Research Websites:
    World Book Online
    Username: Bogert
    Password: 07458

    Spelling Bee Lists: 
    009-2017_Combined_NSB_Lists.pdf

     





    Word Study:
    Words Their Way: Spelling City 



    Coding:
    Minecraft Hour of Code
    Hour Of Code 1
    Hour of Code 2

     

    Science:

    InqITS

    Barometer Video

    Rain Gauge Video

    Weather/Wind Vane Video

    Hygrometer Video

    Thermometer Video

    Weather History

     

    Social Studies:

     Culture Search Engine 

     

     
    Reader's
    Workshop

    Third grade follows the Reader’s Workshop model. Students read many books and explore different genres, authors, and texts. Reader’s Workshop emphasizes the interaction between readers and text. Students learn to ask questions and make connections with prior knowledge and previously read texts. They maintain a Reader’s Notebook that includes notes on post-its and book summaries. The Reader’s Workshop model includes peer conferences and teacher conferences with students. Students are assessed for independent reading levels throughout the school year using Running Records.    

    Mathematics

    Everyday Mathematics is the third-grade mathematics program. Units of study to be covered are: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers, Linear Measure and Area, Multiplication and Division, Place Value in Whole Numbers, Geometry, Fractions, and Measurement and Data. Students become involved in mathematical explorations using math manipulatives, games, and math message investigations. Math Boxes in their Student Journal provide review and practice daily.

     

          

    Science

    Our four science modules are Forces and interaction, Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems, Weather and Climate, and Inheritance and Variation of Traits. Students explore, experiment, and learn to use the scientific process through hands-on lessons. Students maintain a lab notebook for each unit of study.

     

    Social Studies

     

    The three units that the students will review over the course of the year are My Town and Me, Social Scientists, and Global Cultures. 




    Writer's
    Workshop

    Third grade follows the Writer’s Workshop model. Students establish and maintain a Writer's Notebook throughout the school year. The Writer's Notebook is used to gather ideas for various genres of writing. Writing genres studied are personal narrative, expert book, realistic fiction, personal essay, poetry, and informational writing.

                 Words Their Way

    Words Their Way is a phonics, vocabulary, and spelling program. Children learn to look closely at words to compare, contrast, and classify categories of sounds and words. Word meanings are discussed. Students engage in a variety of activities in school and at home to practice their spelling and vocabulary skills. 

     

      

    Handwriting

    Students are introduced to the cursive alphabet. At an appropriate time, students make the transition from manuscript to cursive handwriting. They begin to complete selected assignments in cursive.

     

       Technology

    Students learn the tools of technology in the lab, in the classroom, and during Tech Media. Word processing skills are developed and reinforced using the program Type to Learn. Students learn how to obtain internet access and research information. They use various programs to link technology to the curriculum. To learn more about technology activities, go to the grade three technology page