The Wright Review
2015 - 2016 Third Grade Weekly News
Biography Book Reports!
The class did a phenomenal job with their presentations, reports and research. We had a lot of laughs and some somber moments, too (Abe Lincoln and MLKJ). I am amazed every year with each child's hard work on this project. Congrats to all!
My favorite quote during the presentations came from a visiting first grader:
- "A lot of people died in the past!" - Cooper in Mrs. Megli's class.
Very true, kiddo. Very true.
First Quarter is FINISHED
I am currently meeting with each family, so my e-mail responses might be delayed to a fuller schedule. October 17th, the report cards will be live for y'all to view. Next Friday, I will send a detailed e-mail with direction for viewing and any extra information, too.
- Reading: We will focus on Compare/Contrast skills and identify stories' sequence.
- Math: First, we will focus on basic geometry properties and we will build our way into multiplication.
- Grammar: Mostly sentences and their structure: clauses, contractions and compound vs simple.
- Writing: We will close out our narrative unit and move into research writing skills.
- Extra Projects: Genius Hour! After Fall Break, I will send home more information detailing our schedule and plans for this new concept in third grade! Look out!
If you would like to order books for your child through scholastic's website, please click on the link above. Checks can still be sent to the classroom and I will mail the orders.
Rocks and Minerals
The museum was a hit! Thank you for the amazing support from our class chaperones: Dr. LaFontaine, Mr. Gerde and Mrs. Edwards! Thank you!