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This week in Third Grade...January 18, 2016
We can't believe it's mid-January already! Rehearsals for our Native American play begin this week, and we're excited to work with our students on this wonderful third grade tradition. We're also excited about all the creative ideas we're hearing about the on-going work on student Native American projects due on February 4, 2016. If you have any questions related to the Native American project please do not hesitate to contact us! Please remember to check our Third Grade Resource page often as we are uploading new information related to third grade projects, activities and events.
Again, if you have any questions we can assist you with please do not hesitate to contact your Third Grade Team!
Mrs. Adanto, Mrs. Sears and Mrs. Garcia
Native American Play Costume Reminder!
Boys/Girls: Pants - brown, light or dark khaki or and "solid earth tone" long pants or leggings.
Boys/Girls: Tops - white, long or short sleeve. Please, no words, slogans, patches, monograms or insignias, etc.
All third graders are expected to be in costume for the dress rehearsal and play. Thank you!
A Friendly Carpool Reminder...Please Don't Cut The Line!
Upcoming Third Grade Events
January 18, 2016 - Martin Luther King Day - NO SCHOOL
January 26, 2016 - Native American Play DRESS REHEARSAL - Time TBD
January 27, 2016 - Native American Play, 1:00 PM - 2:45 PM, Hayden Family Performing Arts Center
January 2016 - Mosaic Month Celebration!
Deepening Our Learning...
* Science - Recycle Reach Out Project...Students continue to collect and analyze data related to paper recycling at MJS.
* Social Studies - Native American Study Unit: Native American Study Unit continues! Students will learn and conduct research about Native American people who lived in different regions throughout the United States. Please be sure to check the resource page for important research links!
* Math - Topic Five: Working with patterns, relationships, and functions of multiplication.
* Writing - Six Traits of Writing - Students continue apply writing conventions for sentence types, word choice and voice in classroom writing assignments.