Welcome Third Graders!


 
    
Mrs. Corbett
13 Respect Road
973-823-7000 ext. 8013
jcorbett@htps.org




Here we go through the 4th marking period! 
We are almost to the 3rd Grade finish line! 
Keep up the great work :) 
Please make sure to check the school calendar. There are still lots of fun things coming up including field day, yearbook signing and the end of the school year!

  
BEEEEE Active!
        
         
Homework:  
L.A.-   
         Have a great rest of the year and a beautiful                                                       summer! Stay active! 
Math-    


Curriculum:  

Third Grade students have homework  (just about) every night.
Email me with any questions or concerns.


 Language Arts 

  • This year, the students will continue to work through the Project Read spelling and phonics program. Spelling tests are given on Fridays. Always look for the new spelling list given to students on Mondays along with their Spelling Homework Book.  This Spelling Homework Book is due back to me on Fridays with 3 completed choice activities and a SIGNED practice spelling test. 
  • Our reading series is My Sidewalks on Reading Street. In addition, I use the Reading A-Z and Digital Readworks programs online. 
  • Our writing program will work through several types of writing tasks for different purposes. We will write opinion, persuasive/argumentative, and narrative pieces throughout the year along with some poetry. My program is geared toward developing strong, confident writers! 
  • Students will have a spelling and/or a grammar assignment every night for homework. 
  • All tests and quizzes will get written in the student's agendas so there will be no surprises!
Here is how the students are graded:
15% Homework
35% Quizzes and Spelling Tests
50% Phonics and Unit Tests

_______________________________________________________________________




Math
                             
  • Our math series is called  "My Math" by McGraw Hill. It is completely based on the Common Core standards. There will be information sent home about how to access student accounts from your home computer to further practice skills.  

  • Along with nightly math homework and computer practice in school, students should study math facts as often as possible! This might still be perfecting their addition and subtraction facts or practicing their multiplication facts when we get there!
Here is how the students are graded:
15% Homework
35% Quizzes
50% Tests


Classroom & School Links
http://www.mrnussbaum.com
http://www.parccgames.com
http://www.connected.mcgraw-hill.com
www.mathnook.com/math/skill/roundinggames.php
www.multiplication.com




Report Abuse|Print Page|Remove Access|Powered By Google Sites