My mission as a teacher is to instill a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
WOW GOES TO ALL OUR TALENT SHOW PARTICIPANTS! YOU WERE AMAZING!
Monday, May 13th- All library books due;
Tuesday, May 14th- Field trip to L.A. Arboretum;
Wednesday, May 15th-Chapel;
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES:
Math- 0’s-12’s multiplication tables; challenging multiplication and long division; fractions;
Religion- Work on the study of the Great Commission and our Journal to Jesus project; For
memory this week, students will focus on their part for the upcoming Open House
Reading/Language- We will finish our work with The Cobbler’s Song and read Four Dollars and
Fifty Cents in our unit theme on money; Book reports will be a focus this week. We will also
study: author’s purpose; pronouns, capital letters, and avoiding wordiness.
Spelling- L. 31
Social Studies- Unit 4; graphs and grids;
Science- Science Fair Projects- In class we will review procedure, results, and conclusions for
the write up; We have a major erosion activity this week. Finish Ch. 1 C with a test on
Wednesday; Start Ch. 2C.
Thank you for all of your help at home!!!
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For more information about the third grade curriculum, please click on the related document to the left of this window. There you will find very specific details about our course outline for each class. In an additional document posted, you can view Salem's updated grade scale for the academic year.
Great field trips await our third grade class and promise to inform, teach, and delight children of all ages. For more information about field trip locations and activities, a link for the website has been inserted near each event listed below. Every field trip meets and exceeds the State of California's Standards of Education for the third grade level. Tours and learning opportunities are always led by professionals with dedication and progressive insight on effective learning methods for students. Parents are ALWAYS welcome and encouraged to attend.
Field Trips for the 2012/2013 school year will be similar to those taken last year. In addition to those outstanding adventures, Mrs. Huleis has approved the addition of a visit to the Glendale College Science Center. The College has a hands on science tour along with a planetarium!!
Field Trips 2012/2013 (Click the blue words for the linked document)
-Sepulveda Wetlands http://sepulvedabasinwildlife.org/wildlifeareas.html
-Ronald Reagan Presidential Library http://www.reaganfoundation.org/Default.aspx
-Glendale College Science Center http://glendale.edu/index.aspx?page=2758
-Los Angeles Arboretum http://www.arboretum.org/
For more information about Back to School Night, please check related documents to the left of this window. The documents include an agenda, supply list, playground rules, classroom management plan, and and intro letter.
Weekly Letter: Each week you will receive a letter informing you about the week's important dates and academic items. Both parents and students should read and sign the letter. Then, the signed bottom portion of the note should be returned the following day. The upper portion should be kept for your reference.
Third grade is an exciting year academically. The curriculum is inspiring and filled with dynamic learning opportunities at every corner. Students should come eagerly to school each day since there is ALWAYS something new and interesting going on in our classroom. One of our goals is to cultivate a love of and respect for learning about the world around each of us.
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Check back frequently for additional and new information about the exciting activities, projects, and concepts being studied in the 3rd Grade.
1. To inspire and motivate students in a positive academic and social environment;
2. To enhance the learning experience of each student by creating a variety of interesting lesson plans and activities in each subject;
3. To challenge students academically and to help them to be successful with new concepts;
4. To instill in students a desire to make great choices, to be good to others, and to always do thei