Navigation Plan 3rd Grade

Week of April 14th - April 20th, 2019

Teacher:  Mr. Piccolo   Name: _________________       Parent Signature _________________________

Date

Mon., April 15th

Tues., April 16th

Wed., April 17th

Thurs., April 18th

Fri., April 19th

Grammar

Reviewing Possessives

MATH RISE TESTING

Practice classification and possessives

Review for Test

U3 G1

 part 2 TEST

Reading

(Initial)____

Parents

Today I Read for

__________Minutes

Today I Read for

__________Minutes

Today I Read for

__________Minutes

Today I Read for

__________Minutes

Early Release

Math

Lesson #

Pages

Topic:___________

Lesson #

Pages

Topic:___________

Lesson #

Pages

Topic:____________

Lesson #

Pages

Topic:____________

Early Release

Writing

L.4 Sequencing and writing narratives

L.4 Writing on a character trait using a story map

L.4 Use sequencing Sheet for character trait

Story Starters

Early Release

History/Geog

L.13 Native Americans:” The Three Sisters” craft

Review for Native American Test

Native Americans TEST

L.1  The Incan Empire

L.2  The Incan Empire

Science

L.7 -Joints

L.8 - X-rays

Keyboarding

Review Bone Names

Skeletons TEST

Literature

Poem: “Knoxville, TN” Brainstorming summer memories

Continue  “Little House in the Big Woods”

Continue  “Little House in the Big Woods”

Library

Continue  “Little House in the Big Woods”

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON BACK**

Please remember to be prepared to follow CHAMPS during class AND at recesses. ALSO, parents, your children will need coats for days when it is below 40 degrees outside.

TESTS/What’s Happening:

Tuesday, April 15th, state standardized MATH RISE TEST (PLEASE make sure your child has a good night’s sleep and a good breakfast before the test)

Wednesday, April 17th, Native Americans TEST (study guide was given out on Wednesday 10th)

Friday, April. 19th is our next Grammar Unit 3 Group 1  part 2 TEST

Friday, April 19th, Skeletons TEST (study guide will be given out on Monday 15th)

Just a reminder that students are expected to be responsible to STUDY for any tests, or poetry recitings, that we are preparing for. Study sheets for most tests will be reviewed and given to students to take home at least the day before.

Students should be reading for 20-30 minutes each night (with a minimum of ten minutes of reading aloud). We have a school-wide reading goal: every week, students should try to read to a pet animal or a stuffed animal! Many studies have shown that reading aloud to an animal can improve students’ confidence and reading ability. This can also count for our class’s goal of reading 100,000 minutes.

Donations: We frequently need facial tissues, plastic forks, and inexpensive little gifts (small cars, fun erasers, little trinkets) for our award “Bat-Bag,” if anyone is able to contribute or donate.

REMINDER: If a student is absent for any reason, it is their responsibility to complete the work they missed. Worksheets and notes are collected for them daily, but they still must be responsible for completing and turning in all missing assignments/tests, WITH their names on them. Students are taught concepts during class before worksheets are given, so it would not benefit students to give them work they would miss ahead of time.

Please email me if you have any questions or concerns kpiccolo@npacademy.org