The Cash Chronicle
Week of April 4th
Our Week At A Glance
spelling: This week we are focusing on beginning sounds of -ge
*long vowel words have -ge at the end ex. cage *short vowel words have -dge or -lge, -nge -rge at the end ex. badge
Reading-Reading for research. We are continuing our unit on reading informational texts for the purpose of research. This week, we are learning how to look across texts to find common subtopics.
Math-We are learning how to collect, organize, and interpret data. We will be focusing on bar graphs, line plots and measuring to the nearest half and quarter inch.
Science-We are continuing with our sound unit. This week we are focusing on how travels through different states of matter.
Tuesday- read at least 20 mins. (record on reading log)
math-My HW pg. 719-720
spelling-no peeking sort
science-study for test on Thursday
Wednesday-read at least 20 mins. (record on reading log)
math-Line Plots homework sheet
Thursday-read at least 20 mins. (record on reading log)
math-measurement practice sheet
Friday-Have a great weekend!
Reminders and Dates
Our Related Arts Schedule:
Tuesday- PE *Every Tuesday, please make sure your children wear tennis shoes/appropriate clothing to run around and play in.
ipads- Please continue to make sure that students charge their iPads every night, and place them back in their backpacks for the following day. Thanks again for your help with this! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Homework- Students still have a homework sheet in their green folder that says their homework for the night. Please be sure to check their behavior for that day. You do not need to sign this sheet.
Green Folders- Please send the green folder back to to school each day so we can put any important papers in them to send home.
Box Tops- Please send in any box tops you may have! Place them in a ziploc bag or envelope with your child's name, "Mrs. Cash", and 3rd grade written on it. This is an easy way to raise money for our school!
Reading Logs- This month, students are recording their reading on an electronic reading log called Biblionasium. This is an incredible resource where students are able to see what each other is reading as well! If you do not have internet, students are encouraged to continue logging their reading on paper and then they will record it on Biblionasium the following day, at school.
Muliplication/Division Facts- Repeat Repeat Repeat. The best way for students to learn their fast facts is repetition. Quiz them with random facts in the car or before they go to bed. Students are now familiar with facts 0-12. The flashcard app and charades app is also an excellent resource. We have been a multiplication game called Multiplication Showdown with other third grade classes. Our class is currently in the lead! Students are really enjoying this friendly competition.
Watch D.O.G.S.-This is a great program for our dad's to be more involved in our school and the lives of your children! Please contact Jane Mann at email@example.com if interested.
South Carolina Day- Please respond by the end of the day today to help out with South Carolina Day on Friday. I am hoping for at least 3 parent volunteers. Our biggest need is help with food. Use this form to sign up, and Jennifer Opper will contact you with more details. http://goo.gl/forms/azdkIZGhqq
Field Trip- Our next field trip will be next Monday, April 11th to Ashtabula Plantation in Pendleton. Please make sure to send in your child's $8 and permission slip along with the lunch form. Unfortunately, we are unable to have any more chaperones, and we are unable to allow parents to drive separately. Thank you so much for your understanding.
Testing- SC Ready Testing will be April 26th-28th. Please make sure your child is present during those days. It is also important that they are getting a good night's sleep so that they are ready to do their best during testing week. Thanks so much!
Friday, April 8th-Report Cards go home
Monday, April 11th-Field Trip to Ashtabula Plantation