The third grade will be hosting this month's mass. The mass will take place Monday at St. Brigid's Church, we will reach out with any further changes. Students who chose speaking or singing roles should practice at home! We look forward to seeing those of you who can make it.
The students are working on fact fluency. It is important to know multiplication facts fluently in order to be successful in division and other upcoming math topics. In addition to flashcards, here are some other strategies for studying multiplication at home.
Making color coded flashcards
Completing timed tests
Using multiplication.com for games and flashcards
Playing "multiplication war" with a deck of cards
Playing multiplication around the world
Playing a matching game with facts
Making multiplication stacking cups
Using fortune tellers with unknown facts written in them
Writing out each fact 1-12
Using multiplication coloring grids and other printable pages
Both third grade classes will have a science test this Friday. The students have a study guide that highlights big ideas that will be on the test, however there will be additional questions/topics that will be assessed based on classroom lessons so far this term.
3B enjoyed practicing making arrays with this website. Feel free to practice at home!
This week we will vote on our classroom representatives for student council. Students who would like to be considered should be prepared to say a few words (1-2 minutes) in front of the class. It is a choice to run, students do not need to participate. Student "speeches" can include why he or she wants to run, what his or her qualifications are (ex: good at listening), and so on.
3A speeches - Wednesday
3B speeches - Thursday