Bailey Gatzert 3rd Grade Website

Welcome 3rd graders!

We miss you all SO much already

This is our new classroom website for the Bailey Gatzert 3rd graders. On here, we will be posting announcements, reminders, assignments, and links to games or videos that will support your learning at home.



Starting Monday, March 23, we will be launching educational programming on SPS TV (local channel 26), social media (Facebook and Instagram: @SeattlePublicSchools, Twitter: @SeaPubSchools), and our SPSTV YouTube channel. KOMONews.com will also host on-demand videos under the tab “Lesson Plan” and broadcast on channel KOMO 4.3. These supplemental learning videos feature Seattle Public Schools educators in short segments supporting a variety of subjects and grade levels, including English Language Arts, Math, Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education, and more. The first two weeks of programming will focus on K-5 supports and additional content and grades will be added in the coming weeks. All videos will be close captioned on YouTube.



Daily Assignments: Each day, you are expected to do the following (McGibbon & Dumont's Classes)

1.      3 pages of math in the Math in Focus workbook

Do your best to practice any math strategies you can. Keep you math brain active!

You DO NOT have to do Chapter 5 or Chapter 9, but you can do it as a challenge

 

2.      3 pages of writing in the Being A Writer Skill Practice book.

I understand this may be tricky for you...try your best and use any of the resources you can to help you.!

3.      IDR for 20-30 minutes each day

 

4.      Try to do at least 30 minutes of educational computer time each day. On IXL, RAZ kids, Typing Club,              or Zearn. 

PLEASE reach out to us if your student doesn't remember their log in for any of the above sites

You can get to

The RAZ  teacher usernames are  namcgibbon        ndumont0      or      esanchez85

       Ms. McGibbon                          Ms. Dumont                                 Ms. Sanchez

 

Here is a link to Mr. Silver's Technology page showing you how to log into these apps! 

 https://gatzertes.seattleschools.org/about/calendar_and_news/news/technology_resources_from_home

 

At the top of the page, you will be able to see tabs for each subject: math and writing / reading help. There you will find many resources that you can use if needed. Use these pages to help you expand your learning and keep your brain active while we are away from school.!



Remember, Ms. McGibbon is giving prizes and a pizza party for the students who do these assignments and continue to practice their skills /expand their knowledge each day at home laugh