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Third Grade

3rd Grade Students and Parents at South Lake,

 

              In this chaotic time, the 3rd grade teachers want to make sure you are all safe and healthy.  In an attempt to keep our minds sharp, some work and activities have been compiled for you to practice until we can see each other again!  This weekly work is meant to be a review of skills already learned and not a way to teach what would be taught if we were in class. We understand that every family is different and hope that the work, suggested schedule, and activities help to make these weeks off more structured and educational.

 

Suggested Schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Reading Practice

Reading Practice

Reading Practice

Reading Practice

Open Court Genre Practice

Math Practice

Math Practice

Math Practice

Math Practice

Math Practice

State Test Comprehension Practice (Day 1)

State Test Comprehension Practice (Day 2)

Writing

Grammar/Mechanics and Language Practice

Social Studies

Non-Screen or Specials Activity

Non-Screen or Specials Activity

Non-Screen or Specials Activity

Non-Screen or Specials Activity

Non-Screen or Specials Activity

20 minutes reading from 50 Ways to Read Checklist

20 minutes reading from 50 Ways to Read Checklist

20 minutes reading from 50 Ways to Read Checklist

20 minutes reading from 50 Ways to Read Checklist

20 minutes reading from 50 Ways to Read Checklist

Online Activity

Online Activity

Online Activity

Online Activity

Online Activity

 

Please keep in mind that all students have access to https://www.raz-kids.com/ for reading practice and www.teachtci.com for science.  RAZ Kids can be used to supplement daily reading time and TeachTCI can be used to review old lessons in science or to preview what will be taught next.  For information on how to log into both of these sites, please contact your child’s teacher.  Students may also work on their typing account at http://elmwood2.typingclub.com. For more information about typing, contact Ms. Beson at rbeson@solake.org.

 

Your teachers,

 

Mrs. Dobbins and Mr. Chmielewski

Mrs. Chapp and Mrs. Vertin

Ms. Case


 

Online Activities

The following are websites shared by teachers across the country that are free or being offered for free during this break from school.  If you have internet access at home working on these games or activities can help you have fun while still learning.

 

Reading

Math
Science
Virtual Field Trips 
Social Studies
All Subjects
Miscellaneous

In addition to these, the website below is an ever-changing site dedicated to keeping parents and students up to date on the many educational web sites and resources (K-12) available during this hiatus from school. The list includes virtual tools, access to workbook pages and even physical activities. Keep your mind sharp and keep learning. http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/

 

https://familyeguide.com/boredom-busters-110-fun-at-home-activities-for-families-kids-2/ (more at home activities)