WELCOME TO 3rd GRADE WITH MRS. DUBOVICI
- September 18th – Open House 6-8 PM
- Please bring in a pair of headphones. We will use them in the computer lab for the I-Ready assessments.
The Trinity Shows Us How to Love
This week we will learn how the Holy Trinity is a mystery not accessible by human knowledge alone and how God reveals His inner life as Trinity to us. We will also learn about The Apostles’ Creed and how we profess our faith in the Trinity.
Our first religion test will be on Wednesday, September 19th. To best prepare for the test please review: The Apostles’ Creed, Yahweh, faith, baptism, reverence, proceeds, shamrock, mystery, and cross.
ELA: Unit 1, Week 1
We will continue with Unit 1, Week 1
Essential Question: What can stories teach you?
Writing Trait: Ideas/ Focus on an event
Grammar: Sentences and Fragments
Spelling: Short vowels – a, i
Spelling words: clap, camp, hand, stamp, snack, rack, grabs, glad, bill, miss, click, pink, sick, grin, lift,
Review: cat, bit, man
Challenge: anthill, cramp
Vocabulary words: ached, concentrate, discovery, educated, effort, improved, inspired, satisfied
Unit 1, Week 1 test – September 20th. Please review your vocabulary words sent home last week and reread the Wolf story.
Chapter 5 – Place Value
Developing Vocabulary: digit, standard form, expanded form, place value, word form
We will continue to work on rounding to the nearest ten, nearest hundred, and problem solving. Chapter 5 test will be on Friday, September 21st. This test will be on writing whole numbers in 3 different forms (standard, word, and expended), identifying the place and value of a number, ordering numbers from greatest to least and least to greatest.
We are going to continue reviewing geography skills. This includes: map of the world, using map symbols, reading a landform map, using grid map, and finding places on a globe.
Our Specials for Each Week:
Monday: Art & Music
Wednesday: Technology & Music
2018-2019 Supply List Grade 3
1 subject notebook (1 of each) – Purple, Blue, Green, Red
1 red folder (plastic works best)
1 folder of choice (any color or design)
1 Composition Notebook (can be marble or any design)
Wide-ruled loose leaf paper (we won’t be using this right away but they will need it as the year progresses)
Ruler (with inches and centimeters)
Lots of #2 Pencils – Yellow only please (the others tend to get stuck in the sharpener)
1 Highlighter any color
Glue (can be bottle or stick)
3 boxes of tissues
3 package of baby wipes
Crayon box (box or pouch)
Thin white board markers