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Mr. Johnson's Class

Subject: 
General Education

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year!

Our classroom is built around having a growth mindset and expressing creativity. One goal for this year is to build critical thinking through a strong foundation in questioning skills and meaningful discussion. To incorporate 21st-century skills, we also use technology and make real world connections daily. Third grade is a year to take what you have learned and create a deeper understanding of these important concepts and skills. 

In reading and writing, you will explore personal narratives, take a stand by writing opinions, dive into non-fiction, read folktales, fables, and myths, analyze story elements and so much more! In science, you will research the states of matter, life cycles of living organisms, and the process of erosion. In social studies, you will learn about local government, regions of the world, and economics. In math, you will continue to learn about multiplication, division, geometry, and algebra through exploratory and hands-on learning. Third grade is an exciting year of learning and I can't wait to share it with you!

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2021-2022 3rd Grade Schedule 

M/T/Th/F

7:50-8:15 - Good Morning 

8:15-9:05 - Reading 

9:05-9:55 - Guided Reading 

9:55-10:05 - Read Aloud 

10:05-11:00 - Writing 

11:00-11:30 - Lunch 

11:30-12:15 - Science/S.S. 

12:15-12:35 - Recess 

12:35-1:55 - Math 

1:55-2:05 - Clean Up 

2:05-2:55 - Specials 

3:00 - Dismiss 
Wednesdays

7:50-8:15 - Good Morning 

8:15-9:05 - Reading 

9:05-9:55 - Guided Reading 

9:55-10:05 - Read Aloud 

10:05-11:00 - Writing 

11:00-11:30 - Lunch 

11:30-12:55 - Math 

12:55-1:35 - Specials 

1:35-1:45 - Clean up 

1:45 - Dismiss

Reading builds visualization, thinking and language abilities.  Taking time to read with your child can help you evaluate your child’s reading skills.  Parents should remember that children need free time to relax and enjoy the pleasures of childhood, so nightly reading should be fun.  The following are a few tips to make reading enjoyable for your children:

Read aloud with your child or if they read independently, ask them questions about the characters, setting, problem and solution..

Take your children to the library regularly.

Set a good example and read yourself.

Let kids choose what they want to read.

One of the most important things your child can do to help with his/her math skills is to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts.  Just a few minutes a day, a couple of days a week will make a big difference.

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