On Wednesday, October 31st we will be having a Storybook Parade here at Ivy Hawn! All third grade students may dress as any character or animal from theMagic Tree House series. The parade will start at 8:30. More details to come!
Fall Festival will be Saturday, October 20th! 3rd grade will have a booth set up where students can come and play our Dangling Donuts game! If you would like to volunteer or donate supplies, please click on the links below and sign up.
Physical Properties of Matter Pancake Activity
During science next Thursday we will be making pancakes during science as a lesson for the physical properties of matter. If you would like to sign up to donate ingredients/supplies, please use the link below:
Science Learning Targets: Students will be able to identify and describe physical properties of matter.
Science Learning Activities: Students will measure mass, volume and temperature. We will discuss observable properties and measurable properties.
Math Learning Targets:
We will begin our lessons on measurement and data. Students will be able to record data on a line plot and measure to the nearest fraction of inch.
IXL: W 12-14
Math Learning Activities: Students will explore measurement and recording data. They will organize data on a line plot, measure to the nearest half inch and quarter inch, and collect and display data using fractions of an inch.
ELA Activities: Students will participate in small groups during centers and also practicing on IReady and Istation.
IXL will be for extra practice at home. Every week the strand that is starred/highlighted will be what they can choose from to practice.
IXL: M.1, G.3, P.4
ELA Learning Targets: LAFS.3.RL.1.3. Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
Comprehension: “What’s in Store for the Future?” and “An Earful”
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: lunch, chick, pitch
Challenge: shadow, thicken
Objects- things that you can touch or see; is against
Entertainment- something that interests or amuses people
Predictions- attempts at guessing beforehand
Computers- electronic machines that store and organize information