• WELCOME TO THIRD GRADE  
     
Mrs. Roberts

Phone: Phone: 704-260-6070 ext. 15703

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors Degree of Education3rd Grade TeacherEnglish Language Arts

Mrs. Roberts

It's hard to believe that we have been in school for "100 days", but it is true.  We have been learning so much.  We are now in our "Countries Around the World" unit in Reading.  As your child's teacher, it is my job to prepare them to be sucessful in whatever career they choose in the future.  So, that being said, your child have been hired by "Go Forth Travel" as one of their newest travel agents.  Their first assignment for the job is to design a travel brochure for tourists who are interested in traveling to foreign countries. The content focus for this unit integrates well with the Social Studies unit, "Cultural Diversity"' that explores languages, traditions, beliefs, and values of cultures within our local and regional communities. In Math, we have been learning about "Area and Perimeter", while also sharpen our multiplication and division skills along the way.

LUNCH/ENCORE/RECESS

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    Morning Meeting

    7:45-8:15

    Readers Workshop

    8:30-9:35

    Writers Workshop

    9:35-10:05

    Recess

    10:05-10:35

    Lunch

    10:42-11:07

    Writers Workshop

    11:10-11:20

    BEST

    11:40-12:15

    Math

    12:20-1:35

    Science/Social Studies

    1:35-2:05

    ENCORE

    2:10-3:00

    Monday: P.E.

    Tuesday:  COMPUTER

    Wednesday: GUIDANCE (A) - MEDIA  (B)

    Thursday:  ART

    Friday: MUSIC

     
     
     

Homework

  • HOMEWORK
     
    Reading:  Read 30 minutes each night.
    Optional H.W. Packet due each Friday.
    **Parents, please sign the Agenda nightly.
     
     
     
    HOMEWORK
     
     
     

Important Information

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    • According to new district policy in 2015-2016, parents must have a background check in order to sit with other children, other than their own (i.e. bring a friend to the table).  
    • a parent, a family member, or a community person desiring to serve as a school volunteer then you are required to have a background check.  
    • Examples of how school volunteers may be used include field trip chaperones, classroom volunteers, assisting with enrichment opportunities, etc
    • Your child may bring a "Healthy Snack" to eat each day after lunch.

          PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING WITH YOUR CHILD EVERY NIGHT:

    • Listen to your child read.  Ask questions to check for comprehesion.
    • Make sure that your child has enough money for breakfast/lunch or that they have a bagged lunch each day.
    • Sign agenda EVERY NIGHT.

    CLASSROOM NEEDS:

    KLEENEX
    PAPER TOWELS
    EARBUDS OR HEADPHONES
    DRY ERASE MARKERS
    HAND SOAP/SANITIZER
     

    Upcoming Events:

    CALENDAR

    2/11 Report Cards Go Home

    2/11 All County Chorus 3-4pm

    2/14 STEM Challenge Day

    2/15 VEX Robotics Competition

    2/17 Teacher Workday

    2/18 Battle of the Books Competition

    2/19 Yearbook Sales Begin

    2/21 All Pro Dads

    2/22 VEX Robotics Competition

    2/26 Progress Reports Go Home

    2/27 AIG JA Biztown Field Trip

     


     

     

Last Modified on February 12, 2020