Mrs. Bedenbaugh

3rd Grade

Welcome to Mrs. Bedenbaugh's 3rd Grade Class

We know this may be a stressful situation. However I have worked hard to make these lessons as simple as possible and as easy to follow. My students have been introduced to these skills and this should be a review. This packet of materials will be graded per state guidelines. Any completed work should be put back in the envelope and bag that it was sent in. Do not hesitate to contact me. Please stay safe and take care of yourself and your family during this time. I miss everyone.

Instructional packets are prepared and ready to go home tomorrow. For bus riders, the packets will be delivered by the normal route. Be on the lookout between the hours of 10 am to 12 pm. For car riders, the packets will be available at the school in the main lobby between the hours of 8 am and 2 pm. If you need a later pick up time, please call the office at 637-4020. When you arrive at the school, there are two options for pick up. You may come to the office desk to request the packet or you may remain in your car using the carline lane where a team member will bring the packet to the car. If you are coming in, please park in a space in the front parking lot. If you are using the carline pickup, please pull to the front awning, remain in your car, provide the student name, and the packet will be retrieved for you to have a grab and go option. Please look for a letter from the school as well as a letter from your child’s grade level teachers once you receive your bag with the instructional packet. Thank you and please call the office if you have any questions or concerns.

This week's packet includes:


  • inferencing skills

  • comprehension


  • multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction


  • classify and describe matter

  • describe how matter changes

Social Studies

  • discuss transportation and tourism of South Carolina

South Carolina State Standards:




Social Studies

ELA I CAN statements:

  • I can think about actions and dialogue to infer a character's personality.

  • I can use what I know and what the text says to infer the meaning of unfamiliar words.

  • I can infer character's goals, motivations, and struggles.

  • I can use clues to infer what is happening in a story/text.

  • I can infer the mood or theme of a story.

Math I CAN statements:

  • I can review skills multiplying by 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 10.

  • I can compute multiplication factors.

  • I can solve division facts 1-6.

  • I can solve addition problems.

  • I can solve subtraction without regrouping and grouping problems.

Science I CAN statements:

  • I can make observations based on properties.

  • I can classify objects based on properties.

  • I can measure matter.

  • I can describe how heat energy can change matter from one state to another.

  • I can identify sources of heat.

  • I can make inferences about an experiment.

  • I can observe matter changes.

  • I can define vocabulary based on context clues.

Social Studies I CAN statements:

  • I can read nonfiction text for information.

  • I can define target vocabulary words.

  • I can use a South Carolina map to answer questions about the regions.

  • I can write a persuasive letter.

  • I can answer questions about a highway and airport map.

  • I can write a description about a journey along an old road in South Carolina.