Third Grade Newsletter
January 16th Edition
Writing: Animal Research Reports
Shared Reading: Yo-Yo Ma: World Musician - Main Idea & Supporting Details
Math: Comparing Fractions, Equivalent Fractions
Social Studies: Supply & Demand/Profit
Economics Day is Coming!
We are so joyful for all of the students' excitement and to see their well thought-out business plans. As Economics Day gets closer, please be reminded that students will need to bring in 40 homemade items on Thursday, February 19th. The items should not be food or cosmetic items. Also, please remember that students will make advertisements at school and do not need to provide any materials.
If you need an additional copy from the packet, please click here.
The kids love setting up the classroom stores with their awesome products and creative storefront advertisements!
Don't forget your items!
Forty homemade items are due by Thursday, February 19th.
Oh, the Possibilities!
If you're having troubles thinking of ideas, try wesbites like Pinterest or ask your child's teacher. Services sell really well, too!
Odds and Ends
- The 3rd Grade Reading Olympians team is full! Thank you for all of your participation!
- Miss Wilson will be participating in the annual Polar Plunge event! On January 31st, she will be running through the frigid waters of Longview Lake to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics. If you are interested in supporting this cause, please visit her donation page. Thanks in advance!
- Mrs. Stidham is still looking for more students for the KC3 Reading Team! If students read 7 out of the 10 books and complete a project, they will be honored at a banquet at the end of the year. Click here for more information!