NOW REGISTERING FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR! PLEASE SEE UPDATES BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Grade 3 (Mrs. Wheatley)


WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2020

All subjects for the WHOLE WEEK are on here, so please don't be worried that it's a long list. I promise, there's fun to come at the end of the week. 

This is exactly the same information that is on the Google Classroom. 

 


ELA
MONDAY 4/6/20

Vocabulary Workshop Unit 11

Read the new story on pages 108 and 109 "Treasures Among Diamonds"
Read silently and aloud.

Pages 110 and 111 Write all the words on the lines and highlight each word.

Read all the words, definitions, sentences, synonyms, and antonyms.

TUESDAY 4/7/20

Vocabulary Workshop

Complete page 112
Be sure you write the words on the lines.

Read silently for 15 minutes.You may choose any book. Add it to your Reading Record.

WEDNESDAY 4/8/20

Phonics

Complete pages 73, 74, 75, and 76. (I think you still have these pages to do.)

THURSDAY 4/9/20
Hopefully, you have the Easter Packet and can get started on that!

FRIDAY 4/10/2020

Good Friday, no school. Say a prayer!

MATH
WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2020

MONDAY 4/6/20

Copy the following problems onto a piece of lined paper. Answer the problems and then highlight your final answer.

1. 2,467 + 3,640 = _________
2. 675 + 1325 = _________
3. 843 + 149 = _________
4. 123 + 456 = _________
5. 861 + 2,645 = _________
6. 1,546 + 642 = _________
7. 2,646 + 684 = _________
8. 5,789 + 111 = _________
9. 3,674 + 941 = _________
10. 406 + 317 = _________

Word Problems:
1. The Easter Bunny visited seven hundred thirty-five children in Holyoke, two hundred fifteen children in Chicopee, and one thousand, two hundred and forty-two children in Westfield, and one hundred one children in Monson. How many children did he visit in those four towns?

2. Farmer Fred planted carrots on his farm. He planted four hundred thirty-seven carrots. Once they had grown, Mrs. Wheatley sneaked onto the farm and took seventy-nine carrots for snack at MD School. How many does he have left?

Remember to copy the word problems and show your work to get the answer. Regroup if needed!

TUESDAY 4/7/2020

Study times tables 0s through 5s. Play a game with your flash cards!

WEDNESDAY 4/8/2020

Go in your Math folder and find the paper "The Great Card Castle Disaster."
Read the poem (on both pages) and the directions.

Remember your commutative property (3+7 is the same as 7+3, so you won't repeat them).

Read # 1 and 2 and complete the chart as best you can!
Try the super challenge! I think you can do it!

THURSDAY 4/9/2020

Hopefully you will have your Easter packet to get started!

FRIDAY 4/10/2020

Good Friday, no school. Say a prayer!

 

SCIENCE
WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2020

MONDAY 4/6/20
No science.

TUESDAY 4/7/2020
Watch this video about the phases of the moon,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76-HAqNKqKA

And this video about the planets in our solar system.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQrlgH97v94

Next time you look up at the night sky, you might know a little more about the bright objects up above us.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY 4/8/2020-4/9/2020
No science.

FRIDAY 4/10/2020
Good Friday, no school. Say a prayer!

 

SOCIAL STUDIES
WEEK OF APRIL 6, 2020

MONDAY-TUESDAY 4/6/2020-4/7/2020
No Social Studies.

WEDNESDAY
Watch these videos about Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBjB_BlIr7U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NR7z9FbUf5k

What kind of community do you live in? Have you seen or visited other types of communities?

You don't need to write me an answer, but think where you might like to live when you grow up!

THURSDAY 4/9/2020
Hopefully, your Easter packet will have arrived!

FRIDAY 4/10/2020
Good Friday, no school. Say a prayer!


Notes to parents:

Please check to see if you still have your Spelling folder that I sent home in September. If you need a new one you may let me know, and I will make you a new one. If we are out past May 4th, we may use that. Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR THURSDAY

 

APRIL 2nd

 

REMEMBER THERE IS NO SCHOOL FRIDAY…WE ALL COULD USE A BREAK

 

 

 

READING- If you got on Epic, just explore the site for 20 minutes. If you did not get on yet, work on your Reading Record.

 

 

 

ELA- Complete your Lenten booklet. Make sure you put a lot of thought into the page where you have to write a poem.

 

 

 

SCIENCE- Read and complete pages 341 and 342. Review the whole packet to be sure everything is complete. See if you can find a video about the moon. Google kid friendly videos about the moon. Watch a few that look good! 

 

 

 

MATH- Practice your times tables…twos through fours.

 

Write them 2 times each. Make it fun and use different colors! 

 

 

 

BE THANKFUL FOR ALL YOU HAVE!

 

 

 

ENJOY YOUR THREE DAY WEEKEND!

 

 

 

BE KIND AND PRAY FOR SOMEONE SPECIAL!

 

 

 

REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE WONDERFUL!

 

Love,

 

Mrs. Wheatley

 

 

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY

APRIL 1ST

I CAN’T BELIEVE IT IS APRIL FOOLS DAY!

 

 

 READING- Let's Target Comprehension- Exercise 7on pages 13 and 14. Exercise 8 on pages 15 and 16.

 

 Reminders

 Before you read the stories, you must read the glossary words at the bottom of pages 14 and 16.

 Highlight each glossary word in the stories on page 14 and 16.

 Highlight all directions.

 

 Read each story twice.

 Answer the questions.

 Pages 13 and 14 are multiple choice.

 Pages 15 and 16 require you to write a COMPLETE SENTENCE. Restate the question.

 Remember capital letters and punctuation. Also, watch spelling. If a word is in the story, it should be spelled correctly.

 

 GRAMMAR- Adjectives that tell what kind and Predicate Adjectives…pages 411 and 412.

 

 MATH- On a piece of white construction paper, draw arrays for the following multiplication problems:

 

 Example: 3 x 6 = 18

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This means 3 rows of 6

 

 Here are your examples:  (Be sure to write the product (answer).

 

 

 

  1. 4 x 7 =
  2. 5 x 5 =
  3. 1 x 2 =
  4. 3 x 4 =
  5. 6 x 7 =
  6. 8 x 5 =
  7. 2 x 9 =
  8. 7 x 6 =

 

 

 

REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE EXAMPLE!

 

 

 

Write the example;

 

Draw the array. ( you dont have to draw circles…you mat draw a variety of shapes (stars, squares, etc.) Be creative.

 

Write…This means ____rows of ____. Have fun!

 

 SCIENCE- Read pages 339 and 340. Fill in the blanks on page 340. 

 

 

 

HAVE A PRODUCTIVE DAY.

 

 REMEMBER, YOU HAVE A DAY OFF THIS COMING FRIDAY(AND THAT’S NO APRIL FOOLS JOKE)!

 

 TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM TODAY

 

 LET US PRAY FOR ALL THE HEALTHCARE WORKERS TODAY!

 

 I LOVE YOU ALL

 Mrs. Wheatley

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR TUESDAY

 

MARCH 31st

 

I HOPE THE SUN COMES OUT TODAY!

 

 

 

READING- Work on your Reading Record for 20 minutes. Remember to read different genres!

VOCABULARY WORKSHOP- Complete pages 106 and 107 (the blue pages). You may need a little help from Mom or Dad on page 107, but you should do great on page 106. Just “jump in” and give it a try! 

MATH- Pages 278-279…Number Sense and Circle the best estimate.

 SCIENCE-Sum it Up on page 336, Word Play on page 337, Apply Concepts on page 338. Look back in your book to help you with the answers. Just do your best! Some of this Science can be tricky! 

 

  HAVE A LOVELY DAY.

 REMEMBER, IF YOU DON’T TRY, YOU DON’T LEARN!

 LET’S PRAY FOR EVERYONE’S PETS TODAY.

 THANK YOU ALL FOR 

 YOUR NOTE CARDS! I WILL BE WRITING BACK TO YOU SOON.

 I MISS YOU!

 

 Love,

Mrs. Wheatley

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR MONDAY

MARCH 30TH

THOSE WEEKENDS REALLY GO BY SO QUICKLY!

WELL, LET’S GET TO WORK.

 

READING/WRITING- Find your Article-A-Day booklet. Read “Ants in Action” silently and aloud. As you read, remember that I am the “QUEEN”, but I don't lay eggs!!!!

Copy and answer the following questions:

Remember to write in complete sentences please!

 

  1. What are ant groups called and how many ants can live in one colony?
  2. How is an anthill formed?
  3. Why are scout ants important? Provide details from the text.
  4. In what ways are ants like people? Think about it and reread!

 

Draw a picture to go with the article. Color your picture and write a caption.

 

MATH- Complete your 4s booklet. Check your work. Practice your 3s and 4s.  

 

SCIENCE- Read pages 332-335. Read silently and aloud. Try to fill in the blanks on page 332 and 335. Just do your best!

 

We will have a Spelling Test next week!

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL MONDAY ONE AND ALL!

 

LET’S THINK ONLY HAPPY THOUGHTS TODAY.

 

SAY YOUR PRAYERS…

 

Love,

 Mrs. Wheatley

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR FRIDAY

(IT IS FRIDAY…RIGHT?)

MARCH 27th

 

I’M SURE EVERYONE IS LOOKING FORWARD TO THE WEEKEND!

 

 

READING- Work on your Reading Record. Remember, when you return all of your Reading Records back to school, your will get your “Paws” to earn prizes!

 

GRAMMAR- Adjectives…pages 409-410. Read everything in the yellow boxes twice…once silently and once aloud. Read and highlight your directions. Complete the work.

 

MATH- Work in your 4’s multiplication booklet. Do the 4 times 5 through 4 times 7 pages. Study your 3’s and 4’s for 15 minutes.

 

SPELLING- Spelling Test! Thank you to parents for giving this test. Students will cut a piece of yellow paper in half (from legal pad). They know how to set their paper up. Your job is to read the word, use it in a sentence, and read the word again. Very easy! 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES- Go to page 134-135 in your Social Studies Book. Read the poem silently and aloud. Get a piece of white construction paper in your bag. Write name and Grade 3 along the top. Copy the poem very neatly. All spelling should be correct! Below the poem, write:

If I built a city_________________________

 

I’d build it_____________________________

 

I’d fill it with___________________________

 

On the back of your paper, draw your city! 

 

ENJOY YOUR TIME TOGETHER.

HOPEFULLY THE WEATHER WILL COOPERATE!

KEEP PRAYING!

Love,

Mrs. Wheatley

 

P.S. Miller and Kamal say Meow!

 

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR THURSDAY

MARCH 26th

I HOPE ALL IS WELL!

I WILL BE EMAILING ALL PARENTS OVER THE WEEKEND TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ABOUT THE NEW RETURN TO SCHOOL DATE.

                  LET'S  PRAY THAT WE WILL ALL  BE  BACK TOGETHER ON 

MAY 4th

KIDS...KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK

READING- Read chapters 7, 8, and 9 in " The Chalkbox Kid". Complete the Quiz. Also, complete the Test. students may look back in their book as needed.

PHONICS- Consonant Digraphs...pages 71 and 72.

MATH- Complete pages 278 and page 279. Number Sense and Circle the Best Estimate.

SPELLING- Spend some time studying for your Spelling Test. I know you will do great!

SCIENCE-  Read pages 328 and 329. Fill in the blanks on page 329. Find a piece of white drawing paper. Fold the paper in half. Number the boxes on the front 1. and 2. Number the boxes on the back 3. and 4. Write your name, Grade 3, and REASONS for SEASONS on the front of your paper. You will draw a detailed scene and write a great caption to describe each season.         Box 1 is SPRING

                       Box 2 is SUMMER

                       Box 3 is FALL

                       Box 4 is WINTER

HAVE FUN!

BE SURE YOU DO WORK THAT YOU ARE PROUD OF!

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY.

SAY YOUR PRAYERS

Love,

Mrs. Wheatley