This week, the third grade will…
- Begin reading Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. We will focus on characters’ traits and motivations and analyze key details that engage the reader’s imagination.
- Start Vocabulary Workshop Unit 9 and Grammar Unit 5 on Pronouns.
- Begin Chapter 6: Understanding Division in Math.
- Continue learning about Maps and Geography in Social Studies.
- Start Chapter 6: The Church Year in Religion.
- Math Test on Chapter 5 – Monday, 2/10
- Religion Test on Unit 1 (Open Book) – Thursday, 2/13
- Vocabulary Quiz on Unit 9 – Friday, 2/14
- Vocabulary: Match the Meaning, page 92.
- Grammar: Complete the Sentence, page 158.
- Reading: Peter Pan – Read your favorite part of Chapter 1 for someone at home. Prepare to share in class.
- Vocabulary: Synonym/Antonym, page 93.
- Reading: Peter Pan – Read your favorite part of Chapter 2 for someone at home. Prepare to share in class.
- Social Studies: Where on Earth is Your Community? WS, page 9.
- Grammar: Proofreading, page 162.
- Math: Lesson 6.1 Problem Solving – Model Division, pages 305-306.
- Religion: Prepare for Unit 1 Test (Open Book).
- Reading: Peter Pan – Read a few of your favorite key details from Chapter 2 to someone at home. Explain what you imagined. Complete comprehension questions for Chapter 2.
- Grammar: Complete the Sentence, page 166.
- Math: Lesson 6.2 Size of Equal Groups, pages 311-312.
- Social Studies: Map Reading WS, page 10.
- Reading: Peter Pan – Character Traits WS (list 3-5 synonyms for each trait). Read your favorite page of Chapter 3 to someone at home. Explain Tinkerbell’s character traits and cite evidence.
- Grammar: Proofreading, page 170.
- Vocabulary: Study for quiz (Unit 9).
- Math: Reteach/Enrich WS’s for 6.1-6.3.
- Social Studies: Communities are Different Sizes WS, page 11.
No homework 🙂 Test corrections are due after the break on Monday, 2/24.
**Please sign and correct all returned tests/quizzes by Monday, 2/24. Corrections should be done on a separate sheet of paper stapled to the back of the test/quiz and each question should be clearly labeled with the section and number.**