Monday, April 27

HAPPY MONDAY!

I HOPE YOU HAD A MAGNIFICENT WEEKEND! 

READING

Mrs. Comes's web page - If your child has Mrs. Comes for their reading teacher, please do the assignments here and NOT from my assignments below.

Mrs. Schwede's web page - If your child has Mrs. Schwede for their reading teacher, please do the assignments here and NOT from my assignments. below.

Mrs. Jensen's assignments (below):

  1. This week we will be studying poetry as well as author's purpose
  2. Log into ReadWorks
    • complete "Fireflies" poem
    • complete "Tough Talkin'." Skill: Author's Purpose
  3. If you have time, you may read a book you have at home, go to Epic, or you can also explore the ReadWorks site and read items from your personal library! Don't forget to keep taking AR tests!

WRITING: Make-believe Monday

**Please note: Some of you are turning in writing that is only one sentence long. This is not acceptable for a 3rd grader in the 4th quarter! Here is how I have been grading your writing:

5 points (100%):

+ Capital letters (beginning of sentences, proper nouns, I, etc.)
+ Punctuation
+ Mostly correct spelling
+ Your writing is on topic (based on the prompt for the day) and has well developed ideas
+ Complete sentences - at least 5 that stay on topic

4 points (80%):

+ Capital letters (see above)
+ Punctuation
+ Some spelling errors
+ Writing is on topic, but leaves the reader with some questions. Your writing does not explain the story, or leaves gaps in the story.
+ Mostly contains complete sentences - 4 or less

3 points (60%):

+ Some capital letters
+ Some punctuation, or only one punctuation mark at the end of the story
+ Many spelling errors
+ Writing is not on topic, or contains very few ideas that develop the topic
+ Some complete sentences, or only contains one long run-on sentence

2 points (40%):

+ Few or no capital letters
+ Few or no punctuation marks
+ So many spelling errors that it is hard to understand the story
+ Writing is not on topic, does not develop the topic of the day
+ Does not contain complete sentences

0 points (0%):

+ writing not turned in

April 27th is “National Tell a Story Day.”  Create a plan and begin writing a story about any topic you would like.  Your story needs to have a beginning, middle, and end. That means one paragraph for each...a total of 3 paragraphs! Each paragraph should have at least 5 sentences...probably more! Include some exaggerations that make your story even more exciting and entertaining. Post your story to your Bloomz portfolio.

MATH

Mrs. Comes's web page - If your child has Mrs. Comes for their reading teacher, please do the assignments here and NOT from my assignments below.

Mrs. Schwede's web page - If your child has Mrs. Schwede for their reading teacher, please do the assignments here and NOT from my assignments.

Mrs. Jensen's assignments (below):

  1. Complete one round of SuccessMaker
  2. Log into Khan Academy.
  • Complete "Representing 1 as a fraction" video
  • Complete "Relating Fractions to 1" video
  • Complete "Relate Fractions to 1" exercise
    • THESE ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE WED. APRIL 29

OTHER OPTIONS (not required):

The Tale of Despereaux

Scholastic Learn at Home

Mrs. LaRowe

Spelling City - Unit 12

Mystery Science - The kids LLLOOOOVVVVEEEE Mystery Science.

Virtual Field Trips 

Typing

Drawing with Mo Willems - You can YouTube "Mo Willems" and choose an Episode to watch/draw.

Art for Kids - There is a daily blog article with tutorials on how to draw all kinds of different things!

AR Tests

GoNoodle

Educational podcast options:

Wow in the World

Stories Podcast (Science)

Circle Round (hear a story)

Noodle Loaf (Music)