We had a great end to a busy week, here in third grade. We continued to observe and learn about our mustard plants that are growing out in the hall. Some of them are really taking off!
In social studies, our maps are continuing to develop and we’ve begun to discuss the natural resources that are found in various parts of our continent. The kids have a great grasp on the importance and scarcity of those natural resources. We’ve had great discussions on water, minerals, and wood, to name a few. Read more »
-Cinquain Poems: We had a lot of fun with this first part of our biographical writing unit. I’d love to share more, but you’ll have to join us this Tuesday (10/8) between 6:00 and 7:00 at Experience Learning Night to get all of the details. Read more »
It’s already Friday again! This week seems to have flown by!
We continued our investigation into different types of communities and started a conversation about how those communities impact the world around them. Our discussions about communities and the environment have been insightful and exciting. Read more »
Well, we’ve wrapped up another week of third grade and I feel like we’re really cooking with gas, as they say. In fact, it’s hard to believe we’ve only been doing this for two and a half weeks! Read more »
With another great week complete, I’m sure your kids are ready for some rest and relaxation this weekend!
Here are some highlights of the week:
-The kids have been through a few math lessons and did a great job rotating between independent work, working with Kristel, and working with me. Additionally, we started on a number line project focused on teamwork and cooperation, but using math as a base topic. Read more »
Week one gets a big gold star! We made it through the first three days with ease, finished the week with a Taiko Drumming Assembly as icing on the cake, and will be going into week two with some great momentum!
We’ll jump right into a fairly normal schedule at some point next week. Once that starts, I’ll post a general copy to this site and send one via email. Read more »
Are you as shocked about how close to the end of the school year we are as I am? Wow! Though there are under 20 days of school left, there are still so many exciting things coming up.
Here is a list of what we have to look forward to: Read more »
The weather took a turn for the worse, but things are still bright and cheerful in Room 210! This week, the kids created and presented brochures based on research they did on famous European explorers. Their work is on display in the hall with Kristel’s amazing bulletin board. If possible, take a moment to stop by and have a look! Read more »
We’re just over a week away from our trip to Camp Waskowitz. The kids seem very excited and we haven’t even talked about it much in class. Our preparations will really begin next week, and I’m sure the excitement will continue to grow!
If you have any questions about the trip as it gets closer or need another copy of the gear list, please feel free to let me know.
What an exciting week in Room 210! We traveled to the EMP as part of our Science of Sound unit and had a chance to both explore some music history and seriously rock out! The kids’ Native American projects wrapped up this week as well. We saw fabulous presentations, learned some dances, and ate a lot of great food. Read more »