Topic outline

  • Topic 1

    Ms. Pichon

    3rd Grade 

    2019-2020

    • Elearning_4/6-4-10

      Third Grade

      Reading, Writing, and Social Studies

      The very best things your child can do while learning from home is to read! Attached are a few additional activities your child can do to help with his/her reading, writing, and social studies skills. Please submit proof of completion (picture) through ClassDojo or Google Classroom by Friday, April 10th.

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      Monday

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      Friday

      Reading

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Istation

      Play a Matching Game:

      Cut the Poetry Element Cards to play a matching game.  Take a picture of the cards before you cut them to have an answer key.

       

      Talk with your family about the examples of each element

       

      Read for 30 minutes Istation Log in

      Read a poem with your family and

      Identify each poetry element (game cards) in the poem.  Discuss your answers with your family.

       

       

       

       

       

      Read for 30 minutes Istation Log in

      Analyze the poem and complete the graphic organizer.  Share your answers with your family.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Read for 30 minutes Istation Log in

      Read a poem with your family and

      Identify each poetry element (game cards) in the poem.  Discuss your answers with your family.

       

       

       

       

       

      Read for 30 minutes Istation Log in

      Analyze the poem and complete the graphic organizer.  Share your answers with your family.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Read for 30 minutes Istation Log in

      Writing

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Handwriting

      Prewriting and Planning

      Write a poem about Diversity

       

      -What will be the mood of the poem?

      -Write rhyming words related to your topic and mood

      -What rhyme scheme will you use?

      -What other poetry elements will you use in your poem?

       

       

      Practice cursive writing

      Drafting

       

      -Begin writing your poem

      -How many stanzas will you write?

      -What words will you add to give your readers a mental image of your message?

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Practice cursive writing

      Revising

       

      -How does your poem sound?

      -What word can you change for another that will give readers visual images and feelings?

      -What word can you use to make the lines rhyme?

       

       

       

       

      Practice cursive writing

      Editing

       

      -Do the lines have Subject-verb agreement?

      -Are your words spelled correctly?

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Practice cursive writing

      Publish

       

      Share the poem with your family

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Practice cursive writing

      Social Studies

       

      “diversity” is another word for “difference.”

      Talk with your family about the community you live in.  How are your neighbors different? How are your neighbors similar?

      What does it mean for our community to be diverse?

      Write your ideas in complete sentences

      The Census Bureau collected information that helps people understand their communities.

       

      Use Activity 1 from Diversity: Differences in Communities to answer questions 2 and 3 with your family.

       

      Write your ideas in complete sentences.

      The Census Bureau collected information that helps people understand their communities.

       

      Use Activity 1 from Diversity: Differences in Communities to answer question 4 with your family.

       

      Choose two states to analyze and compare with your family.  Use the two 10x10 grids to compare one data point for the two states.

      The Census Bureau analyzes diversity across the country. 

      Think about how different kinds of diversity vary from state to state.

       

      Complete Activity 1 from Diversity: Differences in Communities with your family.

       

       

      The Census Bureau analyzes diversity in communities across the country so that the government can provide communities with the resources they need.

       

      Make a flyer to encourage your community to participate in the Census.

       

      Share and explain the flyer to your family.

      If your child gets stuck on a word while reading:

      -       Wait and see if they work it out

      -       Say, “Try that again.”

      -       Say, “Think what would make sense.”

      -       Say, “Read the sentence again.

      Online Reading, Writing, and Social Studies Activities

      ●     Sight Words Game | Language Arts Game

      ●     Storyline Online

      ●     Scholastic Learn at Home

      ●     Reading A-Z

      ●     Epic Books

      ●     Istation

    • Week 4-Math and Science

      Click the URL for the Math and Science objectives. Take a picture of proof of completion to submit on Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

      https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WjpZoMyK1KeSshhRv9CfNnPEem-hQzRg 

      • Resources

        https://flipgrid.com/c1bf270c

        Please complete the form on behalf of Ms. Arrazolo https://forms.gle/uYTAEMy5WJLpCs7F9

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