The Winter Showcase for our class will be on Tuesday, December 10th at 6:00. If you plan to attend please bring your child to our classroom at 5:30. After the show you can pick them up in the lunch room.
Our field trip to the Museum of Arts and Sciences is on Monday, December 16th.
We have plenty of pancake mix and ice cream leftover so we plan to have a Christmas ice cream party for students on Tuesday, December 17th! On Wednesday, December 18th students may come to school in dress code appropriate pajamas. We will make pancakes in the morning and then after lunch students will enjoy the Christmas movie, Polar Express! We look forward to a fun and exciting week!
Math Learning Targets: O.A.2.5 Students will use the commutative, distributive, and associative properties of multiplication to multiply.
Math Activities: Students will finish up chapter 8 and begin working in chapter 9 on multiplication and division strategies. We will take an assessment on properties of multiplication (O.A.2.5).
IXL: F. 12, F.13, J.11, J.12 (multiplication and division facts)
N5, N6, N7 (Properties of multiplication)
Prodigy Online Math games. I have assigned a skill assignment on the skill of the week. You can help your student complete the math problems if needed.
We are using Xtramath.org to practice multiplication facts so students won’t forget what they have learned! Log-in information will has been sent home. We will be using it at school but it would be great for students to practice at home as well!
Science Learning Targets: SC.3.P.10.2: Students will recognize that energy has the ability to cause motion or create change.
Science Learning Activities: Students will be investigating and describing how energy can cause motion, such as a hairdryer, windmill. Or Jack-in-the Box. Students will also be investigating how energy has the ability to create change, like melting ice or cooking food. Finally, they will be identifying what source of energy caused the change. They will be doing hands on activities exploring mechanical energy (potential and kinetic) and sound energy.
Light energy- energy that can be seen. Light energy can move through space.
Mechanical energy- energy of motion: potential (stored energy) and kinetic (motion)
Sound energy- energy made be vibration
Thermal energy- energy of heat
Electrical energy- energy that usually flows through wires, when electrons move from one place to another.
Discovery Science Lesson Concept 6.1: Students can log in to discoveryeducation.com using their alpha and birthdate.
IXL Science: 3rd Grade D1 and 4th grade C and D categories