Welcome to the 3rd Grade Team Page!
Third grade is an exciting year at Lincoln Elementary School! We are working really hard to learn lots of new things, preparing to take the NJSLA Test and are getting ready to head to 4th grade! In third grade we are working to think critically, respond to text on a deeper level and problem solve in all units of study!
Please join my Google Classroom using code:
Alissa Bonn lomdxke Gabriella Lazeration/Christina Downes imo63zy Samantha Cafiero fdq5gde (green) wa6vl64 (blue) Sheri Hurlburt vdiht4y (blue) n45nc4u(green) Tamara Eisenberger/Liott tpta557 Taryn Leary pomxcry Taryn Sammak qgdhupn (pink class)
55dgbup (blue class)
Vivian Pascal wtrw3q3
Current Units of Study
Reading: Reading and responding to informative/explanatory texts
Novel: How Tia Lola Came to Stay
Social Studies: Diversity and Cultures
Writing: Informational Writing
Mathematics: Geometric Measurement and Solving Problems Involving
Science: Life Science-How organisms are adapted to environments and respond to change
What can you do at home to help your child?
- Check your child’s folder daily for homework important notices!
- In the 3rd grade your child should be reading for at least 20 minutes every night! Please ensure that your child is reading and ask them questions about the text.
- Every 3rd grader has math flashcards. Please utilize them at home. At this point in the year students should be fluent with multiplication and division facts!
- Get involved! As your child’s teacher we want to work as a team with you! Please stay connected and discuss ways we can work together to help your child reach their maximum potential this year.
Important Websites and Resources
Raz-Kids is a great place to practice all of your best reading skills in just right books! Students can listen to, read at their own pace and even record themselves reading! Remember to take the eQuiz when you are done to practice your great thinking skills! Log in with your user password and begin!
This is a great website to practice letters, letter sounds, sounding out words, and reading. Great tool to help increase your child’s reading fluency.
Great site that can be used for practicing math skills! Can be used to practice skills that we are currently working on and skills that we have already learned.
Another great tool for math skills! Khan Academy allows your child’s teachers to assign practice problems and videos that can help reteach a skill.