3rd Grade - Mrs. Messec
We are 3M-azing!!!Important Dates:Thursday 9/22 Back to School Night (6:00-6:30)Wednesday 9/28 Picture DayFriday 10/7 Scholastic Book Orders Due
I am very excited about the 2022/2023 school year and all of the learning and laughter to come! The third grade supply list can be found under the Parents tab on the school home page. Our class page will be updated weekly with all of the content and skills the students are learning that week. It will also be a place to keep up to date on class happenings and announcements. We are going to have a 3M-azing year!
Please always feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.(609) 494-8851 ext. 2101
8:10 - 8:30
8:30 - 9:00
Vocab/Reading Vocab/Reading Science Lab Science ELA Assessments
9:00 - 9:30
Orton Orton Orton Orton ELA Assessments
Grammar/Writing Grammar/Writing Grammar/Writing Grammar/Writing Orton/LEAP
PE Music PE Art
Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess
Math Math Math Math Math
Science PEP PEP PEP TIPP
3:00 - 3:10
Week of 9/26/22:
Reading:Story: Destiny's Gift
Essential Question: Why is volunteering good for a community and its people?
Target Skill: Understanding Characters, Story Message
Target Strategy: Analyze/Evaluate
Vocabulary: afford, customers, contacted, raise, earn, figure, block, spreading
Vocabulary Strategy: AntonymsGrammar Skill: Compound SentencesWriting: Personal Narrative: A Time When You Were Brave
***Practice Reading, and Grammar Assessments on Friday***
MathLesson: 1-5 How Many Equal Groups?
Objective: Use repeated subtraction to show the relationship between division and subtraction
Essential Understanding: Some real world problems that involve joining or separating equal groups or making comparisons can be solved using multiplication and division. Repeated subtraction involves separating equal groups and is one way to think about division.Lesson 1-6: Math Practices and Problem Solving: Use Appropriate Tools
Objective: Think strategically about available tools that can be used to solve problems
Essential Understanding: Good math thinkers know how to pick the right tools to solve math problems.Reteach Topic 1
Objective: Students will practice what they learned in Topic 1.
***Please practice basic multiplication facts for a few minutes at home every day.***
Social Studies:Geography: Continents, Oceans, Regions of the US, States in the Northeast Region
Chapter 1 Lesson 1
- Use prior knowledge to gain understanding.
- Make meaningful connections to personal experience.
- Establish meaning.
Vocabulary: continent, landform, mine, adobe, area, region
Science:Introduce Topic 1: Motion and Forces
Essential Question: How do forces on an object affect its motion?Literacy Skill: Draw ConclusionsTopic 1: Lesson 1: Motion
Objective: Observe and measure objects in motion
Vocabulary: position, direction, motion, distance, speed, relativeTopic 1: Lesson 2: Patterns in Motion
Objective:Use patterns to predict future motion.
Vocabulary: position, direction, motion, distance, speed, predict
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