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June 5-9, 2017




June 6:  10 day countdown begins!!! 
June 20: Fun Day...Last Day of School


Reminders: 
  • Agendas: Students are required to write their homework in their agenda, everyday, whether or not they are done with the assignment. Please take the time to initial the bottom of the page to let me know that you're aware of the assignment for that day.
  • Homework: Please remember to check your child's agenda and red homework folder every day. Students are required to copy any homework assignments on the appropriate date in their agenda. Typically, homework will be unfinished assignments started in class.  
  • IXL: Accounts have been initiated. Your child's login name is the (all small caps) first initial of their first name, followed by their full name @lasalle (i.e: nrodriguez@lasalle). Passwords are their initials in small caps (i.e.: my password would be "nr"). Please email me if you have any questions. 
  • Raz-KidsMy username is: nrodriguezac. 
  • Readtheory: Students have a unique login username that is taped to their agenda. The password is readers123.
  • Snacks:  Snacks will take place at 9:45 on Monday-Thursday and at 10:15 on Friday's. Please provide your child with a healthy snack. 
  • Weather: Students will have outdoor recess everyday from 12:10-12:30. Please provide your child with sunscreen, hats, glasses, and/or water bottles. 



We will work on 2-dimensional shapes, probability, problem solving, and logical reasoning.

Small Groups: We will continue finding the mean, mode, median, and range of data as well.




We will begin a new super science magazine.  



Spelling Words

Students will not have a spelling test this week. 

Phonics:   

    Writing

Trait of the week: conventions.

Conventions are rules for writing. Capital letters show where a sentence begins. A period, question mark, or exclamation mark signals the end of a sentence. A new paragraph may begin with an indentation. Grammar and spelling follow patterns.   

 Grammar

Skill: Conjunctions
A conjunction is a word the connects words or groups of words. Use the conjunction and to add information and to combine two short sentences into a compound sentence. Use the conjunction or to show a choice. Use the conjunction but to show a difference. 

Here all the rules about writing sentences in third grade:

How to write good vocabulary and spelling sentences:

1.       Begin with a capital letter.

2.       Each sentence must have at least five words.

3.      You cannot begin any sentence with the same word.

4.      Please underline the spelling word or vocabulary word you are using.

5.      Read your sentence aloud.   Make sure it is a complete thought and makes sense!

6.      Check the spelling of all your words.

7.      Make sure all sentences end with a period, question mark or exclamation mark.


Guidelines for the subject of WRITING.

Assignments 30%

Grammar 20%

Writing Process 40%

Spelling 10%


Assignments will be based on writing skills such as detailed sentences, paragraphs, letters and extended responses.

Grammar will be based on the grades received from grammar practice pages, quizzes and exit slips.

Writing process consists of grades obtained from writing drafts, editing pieces, and published works.

Spelling grades come from practice pages and spelling tests.


This week, we will read "The Story of the Statue of Liberty." We will not have a reading test on Friday. 

Small Groups:  We will working on character traits and evidence.

Concept Question:  

Genre: 

Vocabulary Strategy: 

Comprehension Skill: 

Comprehension Strategy: 

Vocabulary Words: 



REMEMBER:READ AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EVERY DAY!!!

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Username: nrodriguezac






Students will learn about waterways of the United States. 




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nancy rodriguez,
Apr 21, 2017, 1:44 PM