Grade Three

 

Grade 3 Welcome! We are so excited that you have chosen to visit our class homepage! This website is designed so that we can share what's happening in our classroom with our students' families and friends. As you explore our site, you can find our daily schedule, read about special events and learning that is taking place, and find learning links to websites that help students to explore and practice concepts learned in class. We hope that by visiting our classroom website, you will get a better idea of what we do each day.

It is our belief that a good parent-teacher relationship is necessary for school success. Throughout the year we will communicate with you through notes, telephone calls, weekly newsletters, and parent-teacher conferences. We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. You can call us at school (651) 923-4447, send us a note, or e-mail us at lonnied@goodhue.k12.mn.us or squaley@goodhue.k12.mn.us

Thank you in advance for your help this year. As we work together as a team, we can help all our students have a most successful school year!

Summary of Third Grade:

Grade 3 Lessons

In third grade, the lessons become more abstract and require critical thinking skills. In the area of mathematics, the grade 3 lessons include addition and subtraction facts. These are expected to be recited quickly and accurately, and concepts such as place value should be understood in order for the students to move on and be successful in multiplication, division, along with the adding and subtracting of multiple digits. Fractions are also more complex, as the students begin to learn about mixed numerals. Grade 3 lessons in language and arts become more advanced with fluency and accuracy being targeted, as well as the comprehension of a variety of texts. The learners are immersed in many types of reading and writing. They develop critical thinking skills through the grade 3 lessons on story themes, main idea, figurative language, character traits, and point of view, along with locating information and finding evidence in literary and informational texts.  There is also an emphasis on learning new vocabulary and integrating that vocabulary into everyday writing and language.

Contact: Mrs. Dressen and Mrs. Qualey


3rd grade Recommended Sites

Dreambox

AAA Math

IXL Math

Math Playground

Spelling City

TumbleBooks

Just Books Read Aloud

ABC Ya!

Education.com

Typing Club

Dance Mat Typing




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