Welcome to our 3rd Grade Home Page!

Summer Thoughts: site Bill Watterson - CalvinandHobbes.com - Universal Press Syndicate - 2009 - http://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes/

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This Week

Hello Families,
Have a wonderful summer. See you all in the fall. For my incoming 3rd graders, you can check here in late August to see a message just for you.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Perelli

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This Week's Objectives

Math: 
Reading:  
Writing:  
Inquiry: 

Homework

Under construction for next year. 



Finding Just Right Books

Basically this is how it is taught:
1. Choose a book based on interest- read the back.
2. Do the "5 finger test" which means you read a random page in the book, (preferably a whole page) and count how many times you either come across a word you don't know, or can't pronounce. If you have only 2 or 3 fingers up, great. If you have 4 or more- too hard. If you have 2 or less, too easy.
3. Listen to the way the book sounds either out loud or in your head- are you stumbling, stuttering, stopping and starting, or are you reading smoothly, hear the characters voices, understanding what is going on.
4. Check the range or level. It should be in your range. If it is in your range, #2 and #3 will probably back it up.
5. Read the first chapter to see if you still like it, and are still reading it well.

Check out books your are unsure of, either through me or through these websites:

Scholastic Book Wizard (http://www.scholastic.com/bookwizard/)
 Lexile Framework for Reading (https://lexile.com/)
 Accelerated Reader (http://www.arbookfind.com/)

You  may need to cut and paste the web addresses into your search window. 

Important Reminder

Enjoy a fun and safe summer.

Scholastic Book Clubs

Click here for Scholastic Books

Books can be ordered at any time through the web-site. I will be sending another flyer home some time in November. 

Our Class code is GVL2R

And for a great resource try:


Thank you!

Webster Elementary School Calendar

Quote for the Week

No act of Kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. ~Aesops

Classroom Schedule

Daily Schedule


Important Reminders:
    A snack & drink every day and/or money for milk or juice.
    Bring your lunch, or money for lunch every day.
    Bring your homework folder every day.
    Wear sneakers for Gym class every Wednesday.
    Bring Library books to school every Monday.