Week 2 in Third Grade


Two homework sheets will be coming home this week. Look for a Math Sheet and a Reading Log. They are due the following Monday. These count as homework grades in each class.


Reading Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test is Thursday. Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, and come to school on time to do your best on this test.


Your first Scholastic Book Order forms come home in the Tuesday Communicators and will be due Wednesday the 28th. Ordering from Scholastic Book Clubs is an easy way to find the best books that are just right for your child’s grade and interests. Here’s how:

Choose books with your child from the paper flyers or online at: scholastic.com/bookclubs

To order online, connect to our class using our Class Code:  FTNG3

Every order you place earns FREE Books for our class to share.

Thank you for supporting our class and happy reading!


Color Days WYES supports our youngest learners by wearing our kindergarten colors.

Let’s see how many of us can wear the color on the day scheduled:

August 19- Red

August 20- Orange

August 21- Yellow

August 22- Green

August 23- Blue

August 26- Purple

August 27- Brown

August 28- Pink

August 29- Gray/Black

August 30- White


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Any questions or concerns? 

Shoot us an email or send in a note. We’ll get back to you ASAP. 

Math and Science: Mrs. Allamon aallamon@madisonschools.k12.va.us

Reading: Mrs. Bader:  rbader@madisonschools.k12.va.us

Math

Place Value: We will be looking at both the location of a digit and its value. We will look at TEIs (technology enhanced items) and talk about SOL type questioning. Students will also compare and order sets of numbers. Our math journals will be used to extend our thinking and give us a deeper understanding. There will be a place value quiz on Friday. A study guide will come home in Tuesday Communicators.

Reading

What is the difference between Fiction and Nonfiction? Which entertains and which informs?

How do we use our Reader’s Notebook?

Enjoy our song this week: FICTION/NONFICTION SONG

Science:

We will be looking at the difference between physical and behavioral adaptations. Students will investigate different physical adaptations and apply their learning to their selected endangered species. Camel Song

Allamon’s Specials

Monday: Music

Tuesday: Art

Wednesday: P.E and P.E. 

Thursday: Computer

Friday: Library

Bader’s Specials

Monday: Art

Tuesday: P.E.

Wednesday: P.E and Computer

Thursday: Library

Friday: Spanish

Week 1 in Third Grade


This week we will be getting to know each other and 

the expectations and procedures at W.Y.E.S. 


What does it mean to be a STAR?

  • Show determination

  • Take responsibility

  • Act safe

  • Respect everyone


Reminder: These are the important forms due by Friday!

  • Signature Page (found in Student Handbook)

  • Medical Form (blue)                                            

  • Emergency Care Information  

  • Free/Reduced Lunch Form (if needed)

  • Parent Homework


Any questions or concerns? 

Shoot us an email or send in a note. We’ll get back to you ASAP. 

Math and Science: Mrs. Allamon aallamon@madisonschools.k12.va.us

Reading: Mrs. Bader:  rbader@madisonschools.k12.va.us

Math

What do Math Centers look like?

How do we use STEM Bins?

Basic Addition and Subtraction Review

Reading

What is a “Good Fit” book?

What is the difference between Fiction and Nonfiction?

Science

Adaptations: How do animals live where they live?


Allamon’s Specials

Tuesday: P.E.

Wednesday: P.E and Guidance

Thursday: Library

Friday: Spanish

Bader’s Specials

Tuesday: Guidance

Wednesday: P.E and Library

Thursday: Spanish

Friday: Music


In case you missed our Open House, what we discussed is attached here.