Third Grade

2020-2021 Third Grade Instructional Schedule

Monday Daily Schedule

     Time                          Subject
9:15-9:45

Morning Meeting

9:45-12:15

Independent Learning or Specialized Instruction

 

Tuesday Daily Schedule

   Time

                              Subject

9:15-9:45

Morning Meeting

9:45-10:45

Language Arts

10:45-11:00

BREAK

11:00-11:45

Science/Social Studies

11:45-12:15

Specials

12:15-1:15

Lunch & Family Activities

1:15-2:15

Math

2:15-2:30

BREAK

2:30-3:45

Specialized Instruction/ Other Activities

3:45-4:15

Parent Partnerships

 

2020-2021 Third Grade Specials Schedule

 

Frazier

Whelan

Ardovini

Perozze

Tuesday

PE

PE

Music

Art

Wednesday

Music

Art

PE

PE

Thursday

Art

PE

PE

Music

Friday

PE

Music

Art

PE

Big Ideas - Week of September 8 to September 18

Language Arts

  • Reflect on habits and needs as a reader and a writer and plan ways to increase their productivity and engagement.
  • Explore a variety of genre and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s perspective about the text.

Math

  • Read, write, and identify the place and value of each digit in a four-digit whole number, with and without models.
  • Round whole numbers, 999 or less, to the nearest ten and hundred.
  • Compare and order whole numbers, each 999 or less.
  • Estimate and determine the sum or difference of two whole numbers.
  • Create and solve single-step and multistep practical problems involving sums or differences of two whole numbers, each 999 or less.
  • Create equations to represent equivalent mathematical relationships. 

Science

  • Investigate and understand that adaptations allow organisms to satisfy life needs and respond to the environment. 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific and engineering practices. 

Social Studies

  • Apply the responsibilities of a good citizen, on and offline, and an understanding of the Student Rights and Responsibility. 

Big Ideas - Week of September 22 to October 9

Language Arts

  • Reflect on habits and needs as a reader and a writer and plan ways to increase their productivity and engagement.
  • Explore a variety of genre and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s perspective about the text.
  • Readers and writers apply word-analysis skills when reading.

Math

  • Read, write, and identify the place and value of each digit in a four-digit whole number, with and without models.
  • Round whole numbers, 999 or less, to the nearest ten and hundred.
  • Compare and order whole numbers, each 999 or less.
  • Estimate and determine the sum or difference of two whole numbers.
  • Create and solve single-step and multistep practical problems involving sums or differences of two whole numbers, each 999 or less.
  • Create equations to represent equivalent mathematical relationships. 

Science

  • Investigate and understand that adaptations allow organisms to satisfy life needs and respond to the environment. 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific and engineering practices. 

Social Studies

  • Apply the responsibilities of a good citizen, on and offline, and an understanding of the Student Rights and Responsibility. 

Big Ideas - Week of October 12 - October 30

Language Arts

  • Readers synthesize multiple ideas to develop and revise complex theories about characters.
  • Readers develop and build on ideas and theories through discussion.
  • Readers analyze the choices the writer/illustrator makes to construct power, position, and perspectives
  • Analyze the choices the writer/illustrator makes to construct power, position, and perspectives
  • Writers use elaboration techniques to develop significant parts of their piece.
  • Writers use what they know about narrative writing to stretch out the problem in the story to build tension.
  • Writers develop characters who change as a result of the situation.

Math

  • Represent multiplication and division through 10 × 10, using a variety of approaches and models.
  • Create and solve single-step practical problems that involve multiplication and division through 10 x 10. 
  • Identify, describe, create, and extend patterns found in objects, pictures, numbers and tables.
  • Create equations to represent equivalent mathematical relationships.

Science

  • Students will investigate and understand that adaptations allow organisms to satisfy life needs and respond to the environment.
  • Students will understand of scientific and engineering practices. 

Social Studies

  • Students will use globes and maps to locate, describe, and compare major rivers, mountain ranges, and geographic features of different places. 

THIRD GRADE SUPPLY LIST

THIRD GRADE CURRICULUM