Ms. Wood (Writing) : mjwood@jeffco.k12.co.us
Mrs. Gallagher (Math) : agallagh@jeffco.k12.co.us
Mrs. Atkins (Reading) : jmellor@jeffco.k12.co.us
                                                             Please email content area teacher for specific content questions.
To help with Friday Folders, click the teacher's name below:  

For Information from Back to School Night, click here.

Hour of Code: Gallagher Atkins Wood

Weekly News

  • April 24-28 Early Release:  Friday, April 28 is an Early Release. School will be dismissed at 1:00.PARCC: Students finished testing! Thank you for ensuring your students were present on time ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2017, 7:10 AM by Jane Atkins
  • April 17-21 PARCC: Students will finish testing this week. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday are our three final tests. Please continue to send your children to school after a good breakfast and a ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2017, 5:45 AM by Jane Atkins
  • April 10-14 Thank you!: We had many parents join us for the field trip to the Museum today. It makes every volunteer's job so much easier when groups are small. Thank ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2017, 7:19 AM by Jane Atkins
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       Daily Schedule
8:45-8:55 Morning business
8:55-10:10 Rotation 1
10:10-11:25 Rotation 2
11:30-12:15 Specials
12:15- 1:00 Recess then lunch

1:00-2:15 Rotation 3
2:15--2:45 Homeroom Literacy 
2:45-3:25 Science/ Social Studies
For a review of general information about Third Grade, please refer to the Back-to-School Night presentation by clicking here.
                                 

Homework

End of Year Do-Dahs: Click here for more information. Scholarships are available upon request.

Homework is due on Thursday morning.

Homework: Homework will be practice, application or an extension of what is learned in class. The homework assignments will be meaningful, purposeful, and aligned to classwork. At Ralston, we believe homework should be flexible in order to respond to the needs of the students. Therefore, you will not see the exact same assignments on a weekly basis. Homework will be sent via Friday Folders, so please be sure to check.

Math:

Math Packet: Students will receive a weekly math packet in their Friday folder. The packet needs to be completed and returned to school in the Friday folder. 

Multiplication Fact Mastery starting January 9th 

   Fact mastery is critical for success in many other mathematical areas. Please be sure your child works to memorize these facts.
 

Here is the order that we will be testing the facts for the sundaes: 0 and 1-bowl, 2-spoon, 10-half of a banana, 5-half of a banana, 11-scoop of ice cream, 3-topping, 9- topping, 7-scoop of ice cream, 8-topping, 12-scoop, 4-cookie, 6-whipped cream, and 0-12 mixed facts review-cherry.

Multiplication Homework # 1 and 2, timed 2 minute practice. This is the same homework practice page for every week.


Click here for parent information on multiplication fact mastery

Click here for online subtraction math fact games 
Click here for online multiplication and division games.
Challenge pages are also available for students seeking math enrichment.

Reading: 
For the remaining months of the year, students will continue to read at home. Third graders should be able to maintain reading for 30 minutes.


Word Work/Spelling:  tion and sion suffixes.  Click here for word list.

Genius Hour: Biographies due April 28th.

Keyboarding:
Students should complete at least 30 minutes a week.Click here to install the Ralston keyboarding program and bookmark the site.

Cursive Practice: 

We have already learned the entire lower case alphabet. We have also learned the entire upper case alphabet. 

Practice connecting letters together to form real and made-up words and sentences. We have practiced the words: add, dad, gag, had, tag, that, pad, patch, each, head, leg, lap, face, up, glue, yell, day, it, idea, jelly, jet, keep, take, race, are, ship, kiss, out, oar, way, but, vast, lava, most, same, and, and not. 

Please click here to download cursive sheets. 

Monthly Project:  Native American dioramas. Click here for information.