3rd Grade Distance Learning Instructions for the week of April 28th
Log into your Google Classroom to access weekly assignments. Hard copies can be picked up from school during drive through hours. Click on the link below to see Mrs. Buck’s video tutorial on how to log into their Google Classroom.
You can access Google Classroom through any device. If you have an iPad or a smart phone, you can download the app.
Log into Clever to check for Freckle and Think Central Math assignments.
Username: student ID number example: 60000****
Password: student birthdate example: 03252010
If you have never logged into Think Central you will need to and then it will sync with Clever
Please remember, your child has learned all of the multiplication facts using 0-11. Please continue to provide home practice to ensure fluency (speed) with these facts. You can use verbal drills, make flashcards, make worksheets, or use our school website for Freckle, That Quiz, or MathFact Cafe.
In addition, your child should be able to use his/her knowledge of the multiplication facts to compute basic division facts. Practice makes perfect.
Continue to work on telling time to the minute. Practice a quarter after, a quarter till, and half past the hour. How many minutes after the hour and how many minutes until the next hour can also be practiced. Lastly, we are working on elapsed time. Provide your student with examples to practice how much time has passed.
3rd grade teachers
English Language Arts:
Log into Clever to check Freckle ELA for assigned articles. You should complete assigned articles with a score of 80%.
*Hard copies of assigned articles are available in the school
- Spelling For The Week of April 28th
Please remember that the best way to learn new spelling words is through the use of multi modalities (hearing, seeing, feeling). For this reason, as you study your spelling words this week, say them, hear them, see them, and feel them. Read your spelling words to an adult. Put them on flashcards made out of scrap paper. Read through them in scrambled order. Write them on paper, a chalkboard, or whiteboard. Use your spelling words in sentences you write. Have an adult edit your work so that correct spelling and punctuation is used throughout your sentences. Find your spelling words in literature (books, magazines, newspapers, etc.). Have your parent give you pop quizzes throughout the week. These quizzes can be verbal, or in written form. When you feel ready, have your parent give you a more formal spelling test.
cowboy nearby reaching
cattle whole bursting
horse action floating
chance pretend warming
birthday owner lightning
Write your words 3xs each.
Sort your words into ABC order (Alphabetically)
Write sentences using your spelling words.