Week of March 3, 2019 – Book Week
Ending our week with Sports Day wrapped up another busy week of learning and leaves us looking to Book Week starting next Sunday! We will be doing all kinds of special events around reading next week, be sure to check in with your third grader about it!
Special Clothes for Book Week:
Sunday – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Monday – students can wear any shirt with school appropriate words OR uniform
Tuesday – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Wednesday – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Thursday – students can dress up as their favorite book character for the parade! OR uniform
Lessons have been updated with students latest MAP results 🙂
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How can I show how to solve one digit multiplication facts in different ways?
What are different strategies for solving fraction number stories?
IXL skills: E, F, G, H
IXL skills W1-W10
We will continue to delve into Fairy Tales and storytelling this week.
What are some classic fairy tales?
How can I adapt classic fairy tales to make them my own version?
What are the steps to storytelling, planning and drafting fairy tales?
We are kicking off fiction reading specifically studying characters in our books!
How do characters talk and act?
What is my character like?
What patterns do I see growing in my characters over time?
As part of our new UOI, Where We are In Place and Time: Technology & Coding students will be using the app Tynker. This coding app uses Swift, a coding language developed by Apple. Students use block-based coding to solve puzzles, as they progress, the puzzles get harder. They will use coding blocks that have Swift language written on the blocks, exposing them to the syntax and format used in Swift without requiring them to type out the code. Some of the important coding concepts they will learn are:
- Composition and Decomposition
Learning how to code helps students build important computational thinking and problem-solving skills.
They will begin to see how coding skills connect with everyday tasks and they will build essential foundations for thinking like a coder. Students will also be using the Seesaw app to reflect on their learning.
You can help your child see the importance and relevance of coding by engaging them in discussions about what they are learning and helping them make real-world connections.
Dates to remember:
Book Week March 3 – 7
Sunday, March 3 – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Monday, March 4 – students can wear any shirt with school appropriate words OR uniform
Tuesday, March 5 – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Wednesday, March 6 – students can wear their find your treasure T shirt OR uniform
Thursday, March 7 – students can dress up as their favorite book character for the parade! OR uniform
Book Character Parade: Thursday, March 7 – parents are welcome to come enjoy, the route will be the same as the Halloween Parade in the fall
Student Led Conferences: Sunday and Monday, March 10-11th
Book Fair: Sunday and Monday, March 10-11th
3rd-4th Grade Music Concert: Thursday, March 14th