Third Grade Curriculum
Room 110 - Ms. Nicole Wnek
Homework from Monday, December 18, 2017:
Reading- Finish sequencing sheet , Read I.R. (book report to be explained 12/21) (Novel Test 12/20)
Vocab.- Study (Mr. Popper's Penguins vocabulary test (12/20)
Math- Lesson 45 #1-20 (Test 12/19)
Science- Finish visual (diorama)- (bring in finished pieces)
Social Studies- Finish final draft of brochure
The title of our third grade religion book is Alive in Christ. We will discuss and learn about the seven essential, eternal truths of the faith- Revelation, Trinity, Jesus, The Church, Sacraments, Morality, and Kingdom of God. All-school liturgy is celebrated on Friday mornings.
A literature-based program is used which exposes students to excellent and authentic children’s literature. This literature experience adds to each student’s background and knowledge of the world by helping him/her to develop concepts, to expand vocabulary, and to develop strategies for more effectively reading nonfiction and content-area texts. Students learn essential skills and strategies including comprehension, decoding, composition, and study skills in the context of reading and writing. The writing program emphasizes the six traits. Also, the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics are introduced and reinforced.
We will be using Saxon Math 3 and discussing concepts and skills including computation, problem solving strategies, measurement, geometry, money, time, identifying patterns, fractions, graphs, and charts.
The curriculum provides an overview of geography, United States history and government, economics, and sociology.
The science program examines topics in Life science (plants, animals, and care of the human body), Physical science (relating to energy, forces, and matter), and Environmental science (Earth's land, cycles, and space).