Student Birthday Information

In regard to student birthdays, we would appreciate your understanding and support of our position. We cannot allow students to bring cookies, candy, etc. and distribute in their classroom. There are several reasons why this cannot be allowed. It becomes a competitive situation, which can get out of hand as well as being a disruption to class instruction. The same rule applies to invitation distribution at school or on school property. Please do not ask the teachers to make exceptions to this rule. Many children can have hurt feelings or the teacher may be out and a substitute fail to pass out the invitations, and we certainly respect your right to invite whom you choose. Please send all invitations through the mail, social media, or by telephone. Our teachers do recognize students’ birthdays, as we certainly understand how important this day is to your child.

Next week, third grade will be sending a note/permission form home with your child. On this form, you have the option to include or not include your address on a student information list. Please look for this note in your child’s take home folder next week and send back to school the next day so that we may compile this list as quickly as possible.

Sincerely,

Third Grade Teachers

Learning Goals for Oct. 23-27

It’s almost the end of October! WOW! Here are our learning goals for this week:

Reading: Students will Identify main idea in a passage, using facts and details to support main idea. Students will use graphics in text to support thinking (ex: photographs, charts, graphs, captions, etc.)

Reading HW-new HW log comes home on Monday. Remember-3 nights a week, your choice of nights (this is for Reading and Math.) Parents write down what was used. Turn in on Fridays. Vocabulary test is Thursday/Friday. Vocabulary words are on www.quizlet.com/williamskwoisd for practice tests and games.

Language Arts: Students will begin using the Writing Process (brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing and publishing) and writing a composition. 

NEW SPELLING COMES HOME THIS WEEK! Test will be on Nov. 3. The words are ready for studying on www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd

Social Studies: Students will practice real words scenarios with money. 

Learning Goals for October 16-20

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON FRIDAY!

Reading: 3.9 Non-fiction biography

Reading HW: New vocabulary comes home today. This is list #4. The test will be October 27.  Reading and math logs continue. Please add a row on the Reading side. Thank you! Library day is Thursday!

Writing: Writing POV in autobiography.

Spelling test on Thursday! List is available on www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd  

Social Studies: Money and financial responsibility

Learning Goals for this week

This week we have so much going on! 

Reading: 3.8 Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. 

Reading HW: New vocabulary comes home today. This is list #3, available on Quizlet to study. Test is on October 12 and 13. Reading and Math logs are due Friday!

Language Arts: 3.22A  iv use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading,writing and speaking: adverbs

Language Arts HW: spelling list #3 went home last Monday, Sept. 25. Tests will be Thursday (10-5) and Friday (10-6). Practice tests, lists and games are available on www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd

Social Studies: Founding of a Nation, Founding Fathers and the U.S. Constitution.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Early Release Wednesday, October 4 at 12:00. Library day is Thursday! 

 

 

 

 

Learning Goals for Sept. 18-22

Reading goals: 3.8C Point of view, 1st or 3rd person

Reading HW-new vocabulary comes home; reading logs due Friday

Language Arts: 3.22 Prepositions, prepositional phrases and time order words.

Spelling test this week (Thursday). words are on www.spellingcity.com/williamskwoisd   This is list #2.

Social Studies: 3.1A,B Basic structure of government

School pictures are Thursday!

Learning Goals for Sept. 11-15

Reading: 3.8B Interaction of characters, including their relationships and changes they undergo.

Reading HW- Reading Log comes home today. Please read and fill out through the week, return on Friday.

Language Arts: 3.22 Use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing, and speaking.  (B)  Use complete subject and complete predicate in a sentence.

Social Studies: 3.4A-E, 3.5 A-D Landforms presentations

School supply donations are going on this week for our sponsor school in Beaumont.

VOCABULARY WORDS! tips to study!

HELLO ALL! I wanted to make a post about how to study for the vocabulary test! There is a link on my blog to quizlet.com. We use this website to take our vocabulary tests. Your child is welcome to use this website to study, take a practice test and play games! You can print flashcards as well. Your child is responsible for KNOWING the vocabulary word AND IDENTIFYING the definition. We will work on this as a class, so the students will know what to do.

williamsk.wonecks.net—scroll down to the blue box that says Quizlet (on the left). click on the link and enjoy the website! There is also a link below, feel free to click on that!

https://quizlet.com/subject/williamskwoisd/

Please let me know if you any ANY questions! Thank you so much!

Learning Goals for September 5-8

This week, we will be learning the following:

Reading: (3.8 A) Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. (A) Students are expected to sequence and summarize the plot’s main events and explain their influence on future events (3.4AC)  identify and use antonyms, synonyms, homographs, and homophones.

Reading homework: READING LOG and new vocabulary comes home!

Language Arts: 3.22:use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing and speaking. (B) use complete subject and complete predicate in a sentence.

SPELLING TEST THIS Thursday (practice test) and TEST FRIDAY!

Social Studies: 3.4A-E; 3.5A-D Changes in physical environment (landforms). We will build landform projects this week!