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I am hopeful this year we will not have many days of remote learning, but however, it is better to be prepared.  Below will be my lessons for any remote days.

Third Grade Remote Learning Plans

Hello!  Please email me with any questions!

Day 1English/Language Arts (ELA):  Read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes.  When done, write something you learned about one of the main characters from the pages you just read, one – five sentences long.  Then, pick one page from your book and reread that page and then tell the main idea and as many details as you can from that page.  Choose ten words from that page and practice writing them in your best printed handwriting.  Math: Say aloud your multiplication timetables, 2’s – 9’s.  Make up three 3 digit subtraction problems and solve them.  Draw one polygon shape and one not-polygon shape.  Science:  NGSS standard 3-PS2-1: Find an object.  Apply force to that object (ex. pick it up or move it). Change the direction of your force on the object (ex. move it in another direction).  Social Studies:  Locate one of the seven continents on Earth. Think of a natural resource that could be found on that continent.  (If you don’t have access to a map on paper or from the internet, just choose one from this list: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica).

Day 2English/Language Arts (ELA):  Read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes.  When done, write a short summary of what you just read, one – five sentences long.  Then, pick one page from your book and reread that page and then tell the main idea and as many details as you can from that page.  Choose ten words from that page and practice writing them in your best cursive handwriting.  Math: Say aloud your multiplication times tables, 2’s – 9’s.  Make up three 3 digit addition problems and solve them.  Draw one quadrilateral shape and one not-quadrilateral shape.  Science:  NGSS standard 3-PS2-1: Find an object.  Apply a force to that object (ex. pick it up or move it). Change the direction of your force on the object (ex. move it in another direction).  Social Studies:  Locate one of the seven continents on Earth. Think of a natural resource that could be found on that continent.  (If you don’t have access to a map on paper or from the internet, just choose one from this list: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica).

Day 3English/Language Arts (ELA):  Read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes.  When done, write something you learned about one of the main characters from the pages you just read, one – five sentences long.  Then, pick one page from your book and reread that page and then tell the main idea and as many details as you can from that page.  Choose ten words from that page and practice writing them in your best print handwriting.  Math: Say aloud your multiplication times tables, 2’s – 9’s.  Make up three 3 digit subtraction problems and solve them.  Draw one polygon shape and one not-polygon shape.  Science:  NGSS standard 3-PS2-1: Find an

from your book and reread that page and then tell the main idea and as many details as you can from that page.  Choose ten words from that page and practice writing them in your best print handwriting.  Math: Say aloud your multiplication times tables, 2’s – 9’s.  Make up three 3 digit subtraction problems and solve them.  Draw one polygon shape and one not-polygon shape.  Science:  NGSS standard 3-PS2-1: Find an object.  Apply a force to that object (ex. pick it up or move it). Change the direction of your force on the object (ex. move it in another direction).  Social Studies:  Locate one of the seven continents on Earth. Think of a natural resource that could be found on that continent.  (If you don’t have access to a map on paper or from the internet, just choose one from this list: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica).

Day 5English/Language Arts (ELA):  Read a book of your choice for at least 20 minutes.  When done, write a short summary of what you just read, one – five sentences long.  Then, pick one page from your book and reread that page and then tell the main idea and as many details as you can from that page.  Choose ten words from that page and practice writing them in your best cursive handwriting.  Math: Say aloud your multiplication times tables, 2’s – 9’s.  Make up three 3 digit addition problems and solve them.  Draw one quadrilateral shape and one not-quadrilateral shape.  Science:  NGSS standard 3-PS2-1: Find an object.  Apply a force to that object (ex. pick it up or move it). Change the direction of your force on the object (ex. move it in another direction).  Social Studies:  Locate one of the seven continents on Earth. Think of a natural resource that could be found on that continent.  (If you don’t have access to a map on paper or from the internet, just choose one from this list: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica).

Please be safe and stay healthy!

 

 

Computer Interventions

If you have access to the Internet, there are additional resources you child is used to using. 

During the course of a normal school day, students have at minimum 30 minutes of computer intervention.   They are as follows:

20 minutes of Moby Max (students check their Moby message for their assignment for the week)

Specific students have access to the following additional interventions –

Lexia – allotted time are at least 10 – 15 minutes each day

Students have to log into their account from https://district87.symbaloo.com/.  If your child does not remember their password, please email me and I will try and locate it.

 

Stay Safe!