Weekly News

August 16-20, 2010

Spelling Patterns-- List 2, Words with an irregular spelling pattern, sight words

(ELA3C1, l)

  1. when
  2. round
  3. after
  4. could
  5. ask
  6. again
  7. from
  8. every
  9. going
  10. give
  11. any
  12. how
  13. know
  14. just
  15. once

Please complete 3 spelling box activities and turn them in Thursday morning.

Assessment on Friday, August 20, 2010

Spelling Box sheets were sent home on Monday, August 16, 2010


Reading story for this week

Phoebe and the Spelling Bee P. 50-73

Vocabulary (ELA3R2 a,f)

legend     unusual      correct     continue     groaning      

Comprehension Standards (ELA3R3 a,e,f)

Character, setting (when and where), plot, problem and solution  

  Using a Glossary to find definitions, parts of speech, and syllables of words from our reading book

Assessment over vocabulary and comprehension standards Friday, August 20, 2010  

Language Arts (ELA3C1e,g,m)

A sentence has two parts,  a subject and a predicate

A subject is who or what the sentence is about and is a noun

A predicate is the what is happening part of the sentence and is a verb

Types of sentences-- statement, command, question, exclamatory


Identify place value ones through ten thousands (M3N1 a)

Representing numbers-- Word/written form(two hundred twelve), Expanded form (200 + 10 + 2), standard form (212), and picture form   (M3N1 b)

Repeated addition and multiplication,  groups of (M3N3 a)

4 + 4 + 4= 12    3 groups of 4 =12     x= groups of        3 x 4= 12

Social Studies (SS3G1)

Map skills- Latitude, Longitude, Equator, Prime Meredian, Map Key (legend), Map Title

5 Major U.S. Rivers and 2 Mountain Ranges- Know what they are and be able to locate them on the U.S. Map

Map keys, titles, and symbols

***Social studies and science will taught alternately each nine week's grading period.