The Week Ahead in 3-215
October 5th, 2015
A Busy September!
-we did the Marshmallow Challenge to learn about perseverance & teamwork
-we created our SeeSaw digital portfolios and began putting in entries
-we began our blogs on Kidblog
-we created shelves for what we read on Bibilionasium
-we learned multiplication and division
-we learned about the Commutative Property of Multiplication
-we did the #whippediatricchallenge with our school!
-we tweeted from our class Twitter account, connecting with authors Ame Dyckman and Melissa Stewart
-we personalized our writer's notebooks and began collecting ideas for pieces we could write.
-we learned about sound-alike words, closed syllables, and closed syllable exceptions
-we used Voxer to connect with another third grade class, giving each other clues about the state we each live in. (Mrs. Werner's class lives in Wisconsin! We will connect with them this month for The Global Read Aloud Project!)
-we celebrated International Dot Day and talked about making our mark on the world!
-we learned about Class Dojo and opened up the Dojo store in the classroom.
-we learned about Marble Theory of Intelligence and how we all have gifts.
-we learned the character trait "Respect" and read Only One You
-we learned about different genres and started our 40 Book Challenge!
With such a great start to the year, I can't wait to see what October brings!
Congrats to Destiny!
Congratulations to Destiny for being the high Dojo scorer of the week! Great job!
Dress your best for this Tuesday, October 6th! Class Picture Day
Class Halloween Party
We will celebrate on Friday, October 30th at 1:00. The class parents, Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Springer, will be in touch with more details! If you want to attend, please let Mrs. Sokolowski know you will be coming.
Congrats to Destiny!
The 40 Book Challenge!
Reading Across Genres!
The Distributive Property of Multiplication
Parent University- A Parent's Guide to Writing Workshop
-In Math, students will continue the study of multiplication and division and learn about the distributive property.
-In Word Study, students will explore the meanings of different suffixes.
-In Social Studies, students will continue learning about geography and map skills.
-In Writing Workshop, we will begin our study of personal narratives.
-We will be learning about "close reading" and continue working on engagement and stamina as we read our own independent books.
-We will have an assembly on fire safety later in the week.