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Week of 11-13-17




Monday

MATH: MPB p. 39. Math Chapter 2 test is scheduled for this Thursday.
SPELLING:RWNB p. 136 (new Spelling pattern this week: Compound Words). The spelling list is taped into the reading interactive notebook ("Purdy's Problem" spelling list)
RELIGION: Study Chapter 17 study notes (taped into religion copybook - parts of the Mass). **Religion test is Wednesday.
READING VOCAB:RWNB p. 134. New theme/story this week: "Purdy's Problem and How She Solved It". The vocabulary list is taped into the reading interactive notebook.
Please Note: Tests will be coming home this week for signature. This week, there will be a religion test, a math test and a social studies test. Math vocabulary and worksheets have been given out throughout the chapter (as we've been working on in class). Religion study notes are in the religion copybook. The social studies study guide will be provided tomorrow. The test will be on holidays and vocabulary.
The weekly reading and spelling tests will be given on Tuesday, 11/21/17.
GYM tomorrow!
Thank you for all of your support! Have a wonderful week!

Tuesday

MATH:
SPELLING:RWNB p.
Reading: RWNB p.
Religion: Study notes for test tomorrow (notes are taped into religion copybook; parts of the Mass)
Social Studies: Review study guide for test on Friday (study guide taped into SS notebook).
Please sign and return all tests.
Thank you so much! :)

Wednesday

MATH: MPB p. 45. Test tomorrow (chapt. 2 freqency tables, picture graphs, bar graphs, line plots)
SPELLING: RWNB p. 140
READING : RWNB p. 135
Social Studies:Study notes on study guide. Test is Friday. Test will include a word bank and matching or multiple choice (holidays and vocabulary)
Thank You!
Thursday
Math:MPB p. 50
Reading: RWNB p. 141
Spelling: RWNB p. 168
Social Studies:Study for test tomorrow (study guide is taped into SS copybook). Test is on holidays and SS vocabulary. It will include a work bank and matching or multiple choice
Religion: Tell your family one season or time the Church celebrates during the Liturgical year (e.g. Advent, Lent, Ordinary Time, Easter, The Three Days, Christmas)
Please sign and return any tests. Please return library books (library and technology specials tomorrow)
Thank You!!

Friday
No Homework.......Enjoy your weekend! :)
Please sign and return all tests. The Book Fair and Conferences start Monday. Have a wonderful weekend!
Thank you for all of your support and for helping your children have a great start to third grade! :)

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WELCOME TO THIRD GRADE!

Thank you for attending our Back to School Night. It was so nice meeting all of you!

If you were unable to attend, you can click on the link below to see the slide presentation. Additional information regarding 3rd grade will follow via email or this website.


Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Thank you!

Stay tuned....information coming soon!

3RD GRADE SPECIALS SCHEDULE

TUESDAY: Gym (PE) 1:00 to 1:45 PM Please remember sneakers and gym uniform

THURSDAY: ART and MUSIC12:25 to 1:10 AND 1:10 to 1:55

FRIDAY: LIBRARY andTECHNOLOGY 1:10 to 1:55 AND 1:55 to 2:40

 


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