ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on IReady and Istation.
ELA Learning Targets: 3.Rl.1.3 Students will be able to describe the cause-effect relationship between a series of ideas in a scientific text.
Identify and use words that signal cause and effect
Comprehension: The Strongest One; A Zuni Play
Writing Targets: 3.W.3.8 Gather information from sources; take brief notes and sort evidence into categories.
Social Studies: SS.3.A.1.2 Students will be able to define terms related to social studies, including but not limited to , the following: history, geography, civics, government, and economics.
Review: right, pie, child
Challenge: sixteen, peanut
Decorated- made to look better by adding pretty things
Symbol- a picture or shape that stands for something else
Darkened-made or became darker or blacker, so there is less light
Gnaws- bites something hard again and again in order to wear away little by little
Securing- attaching or tying something so it doesn’t move
Weakest- least strong or powerful
Science Learning Targets: Students will be able to explain the force of gravity and how objects overcome it.
Science Learning Activities: We will learn about what gravity is and what it means to defy it. Students will do some hands-on activities and play gravity Olympics!
Math Learning Targets:.
We will continue working on finding the area of a figure using multiplication. Students will take a quiz on area and begin our unit on fractions.
IXL: FF 6,7,8,10 (area), W 1-11 (fractions)
Math Learning Activities: We will count unit squares and use addition and multiplication to find area. Students will explore and model unit fractions and write fractions as a part of a whole. We will be using our My Math curriculum from McGraw-Hill.