We had a busy week in 3A! We welcomed a new student this week to 3A on Thursday and his name is Carlos. On Monday we will be welcoming a girl named Lily. She will be with us for a few weeks while her school in Florida is closed because of hurricane Irma. We now have 21 students in our room of 10 boys and 11 girls. I put some more grades into the grade book online so you should be able to check them. If you have any questions that come up please email me. I hope you all have a nice and relaxing weekend!
We had a fantastic week in 3A! In your child’s Friday folder you will see some test for the week. Below you will see what we worked on in 3A this week. Have a great weekend!
We had a wonderful week in 3A! The students worked really hard this week. Next Wednesday, Sept. 6th look for a test note to come home for Social Studies. We don’t have school on Monday. I have put some grades on Power School this week. Remember to check out the SPSL website and our classroom page. At the bottom you will see that there is a challenge activity for next week. Some weeks I will post a challenge activity in the weekly update. It is your child choice if they would like to do it. If they do the activity it will go towards their grade in reading. They have until the next Friday to finish it, but can bring it whenever it is done next week. The activity will have something to do with the story for the week. Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great Labor Day weekend!
Math- Rounding up to thousands place
English- Plural Nouns
Reading- Pepita Talks Twice
Guided Reading – We met 4 times and read stories and talked about narrative element.
Social Studies- Continents, oceans, hemispheres
Religion- Sacraments of Initiation
Questions to Ask
The reading story next week is called Nate the Great: San Francisco Detective. In this story Nate searches San Francisco for a lost joke book. He discovers that the wrong place can be the best place to look for lost items. In the story he visits the Golden Gate Bridge. The activity this week is to find out about important bridges in our area. Bring in a map with the bridges marked. Then research the bridges and present some information that you found out about the bridges. They can do a poster, use note cards, or just make a graph.
I have been teaching at SPSL since 2006. I have taught 2nd and 3rd grade at SPSL. I have a Masters in Reading. I have a son named Lucas and a daughter named Marlow.