Read Across America Week
Hello 3rd graders! Happy Monday and happy Dr. Seuss week! We began our morning with a meeting where we greeted each other, shared if we would rather travel the world by plane or boat, and voted on yet another BINGO prize!
During reading rotations you sorted your new spelling words with Miss Gurley and Miss Malorie, sequenced sentences with Mrs. Miller, and read about constellations with Mrs. Meridith.
Today’s read-aloud was also about stars and constellations. A constellation is a group of stars in the night sky that appears to form a picture of an object, animal, or person. Constellations often have stories that explain how they came to be in the sky. For a bonus ticket, comment the name of the star that always appears in the same spot in the sky.
After lunch and recess, it was time for another Mystery Science lesson. Your challenge was to use what you have learned about force and design a new ice board.
For math rotations you began a new week of menu activities or went to prime time. During your teacher lesson you used a ruler to measure objects to the nearest inch, half inch, and quarter inch. Everyone also completed lessons on Dreambox.
At the end of the day, we had an afternoon meeting to discuss our new classroom fundraiser… St. Patty Pals!
Have a great evening, see you tomorrow!