Welcome to Third Grade! I am your child's math, science, and social studies teacher this year. I am very excited to get to know your child and begin our learning journey together. This will be my eighth year teaching. I graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education. I am certified in Early Childhood Education (Pre-K through 3rd grade). Aside from being a teacher, I am also a wife and mom to three. Some of my hobbies are baking, decorating, and traveling. I am looking forward to a successful year full of fun, learning, and growth! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Google classroom links:
- Home room class https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg2NjMzMjU2NTBa
- Afternoon class https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg2Njc5MTY2NDla
Monday - I-ready & Reflex math
Tuesday- Assigned FSA review worksheets & reflex math
Wednesday - Assigned FSA review worksheet (1) & reflex math
Thursday- Assigned FSA review worksheets (1) & i-Ready
Friday- Complete I-ready
*Homework is subject to change. Please check your child's agenda for any changes.
Please study: area of composite figures & comparing fractions
Social Studies Weekly Topic
-economics: goods and services
Science Weekly Topic
Living Organisms: Plant classification
What went on in our class?
We engaged in DI math groups as an interactive way to work on math concepts.
We conducted surveys and displayed the recorded data in picture graphs.
Here is one of our tigers estimating Differences using place value.
We use division to solve problems.
Here is one of our tigers multiplying using double-known facts.
We explored the 3 states of matter in science class!
We engaged in partner drills to help us memorize our multiplication facts!
We Explored division with arrays.
We loved exploring multiplication with Candy Corn Arrays.
We multiply using the Distributive Property of Multiplication
Our tigers engaging in a sink-or-float science lab
We explored angles and polygons with marshmallows.
We explored ploygons, area, and perimeter with geoboards!