3rd Grade - Mrs. Messec
We are 3M-azing!!!Important Dates:Thursday 5/12 - Field Trip to the Tuckerton SeaportMonday 5/16-Friday 5/20 - 3rd Grade NJSLA TestingTuesday 5/24 - Spring ConcertFriday 5/27 - Field DayWednesday 6/15 - Awards CeremonyThursday 6/16 - Last Day of School(609) 494-8851 ext. 2101Week of 5/9/22:Reading:Novel Study: I Survived the American Revolution, 1776Spelling Skills: Diphthongs ou, owRed words: soldier, honorWriting: NJSLA Practice***Reading, Grammar, and Spelling Assessments on Friday***Math:
Lesson 14-1: Time to the Minute, T739-744 and Lesson 14-2: Measure Elapsed Time, T745-750
- Show and tell time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks.
- Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes.
- Clocks can be used to tell time to the nearest minute.
- Elapsed time can be found by finding the total amount of time that passes between a starting time and an ending time.
Lesson 14-4: Estimate Liquid Volume, T757-762 & 14-5: Measure Liquid Volume, T763-768
- Use standard units to estimate liquid volume.
- Benchmarks can be used to estimate capacity (liquid volume).
- Capacity is a measure of the amount of liquid a container can hold.
Lesson 14-6: Estimate Mass, 769-774 & 14-7: Measure Mass, T775-780
- Use standard units to estimate the masses of solid objects.
- Use a pan balance with metric weights to measure the mass of objects in grams and kilograms.
- Mass is a measure of the quantity of matter in an object.
Lesson 15-1: Describe Quadrilaterals, T811-816 & 15-2: Classify Shapes, T 817-822
- Identify quadrilaterals and use attributes to describe them.
- Classify shapes according to their attributes.
- Quadrilaterals can be described and classified by their sides and angles.
- Shapes can be classified by their attributes.
Chapter 3: Communities Build a Nation
- Apply the concepts learned in this chapter to write about past events that have made the most difference in our lives today.
- Discuss the Compelling Question: How have past events influenced our lives?
Essential Question: How does our past affect our present?
Lesson 6: Creating a New Nation
- Describe the key events in American independence and the causes of the American Revolution.
- Describe the creation and significance of key documents.
- Identify documents that exemplify American history and ideals.
- Describe how individuals, events, and ideas have formed and changed government.
- Use terms to describe historical times.
- Identify the purpose of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution, including The Bill of Rights.
Vocabulary: tax, protest, legislature, patriot, independence, revolution, constitution, impose, background.Science:
Topic 5: Life Cycles and Traits
Essential Question: How do the traits of living things vary?Weekly Schedule:
Weekly ELA Assessment
Read Aloud/Fun Friday
Specials ScheduleFull Day:Mondays - TIPPTuesdays - Music/PEWednesdays - PEThursdays - ArtFridays - Spanish/PEEarly Dismissal:Mondays - TIPPTuesdays - Music/PEWednesdays - PEThursdays - ArtFridays - Spanish/PELinksJourneys:enVisions 2.0:Games and Practice: