It's hard to believe that we're already more than 2 months into our distance learning program. This has been a hard transition for everyone involved but we are making it through. With just over three weeks left in the school year, I know that we can be successful and pull through together!
I want to say thank you to my class parents because you are doing the impossible! On top of your normal at home routines you are also working from home and you've now become teachers to your child. I would not be able to have continued teaching your children without your assistance and communication! THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP!
I'd next like to thank my amazing students! You have worked very hard throughout this crazy time and I am so proud of the work that you've accomplished. I wish more than anything that we could be together in our classroom finishing the year off together. You have proved that you are strong, determined, and motivated during this time. I am looking forward to sending you more funny videos as you complete your work and spending time together in our class meetings. THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK!
Keep up the great work 3F, together we will make it through this!
I want to thank everyone for their support and understanding during a crazy time. We are going to do our best over the next few weeks to ensure that our students receive a strong educational remotely. This is new to all of us and we are hoping that as time goes on it gets easier for all.
Please don't hesitate to email or post in the Google Classroom with questions. Together we can make the best of this situation!
We had such a thrilling week with our Winter Olympics and 3F came to play! All of our classmates worked really hard to dress in school spirit and support our friends throughout multiple activities and events. We were so lucky to be awarded the GOLD medal and I'm sure you can guess we were thrilled!
It is now time for some much needed rest and relaxation as we head off on February vacation. I hope everyone has a safe and happy week!
We've had a wonderful start to our February, especially, with our meteorologist visitor Kevin Skarupa. The third grade class at NWS were thrilled to have such a wonderful opportunity to meet with him and discuss how he does his job. Many students seemed surprised to hear about how many different sources of data are used to determine where a storm is, how it will move, and what the strength of it might truly be.
In addition, we have been working hard on a new writing and social studies unit. The excitement is building as Valentines Day, the 100th Day, NWS Winter Olympics, and of course vacation gather closer and closer. Stay tuned for some fun projects and exciting stories from the upcoming weeks!
With the start of the new year we are tackling a lot of new curriculum. It's a great time to start fresh. We'r looking at cursive, division, language & grammar, and weather! It's fabulous to come back and get a fresh start. Our class is doing an amazing job remembering expectations and working on new skills.
Check out the rest of the website and newsletters to see what we're doing over the next few weeks!
After a wonderful Thanksgiving break and two snow days we are back in action (sort of). The class was excited to get back to a routine and did a wonderful job preparing for our first few days back. There are new topics to learn about and projects to create excitement!
We are looking forward to finishing multiplication, experimenting with science, and creating beautiful writing piece throughout the month. Stay tuned over the next two weeks!
Our class worked extremely hard over the past few weeks to put together an amazing museum filled with information, resources, and artifacts. Emotions were high and adrenaline was pulsing, but we managed to pull it off and I think it was clear that our friends learned a LOT of information about the Hopi tribe.
Thank you to everyone who donated supplies, came in to volunteer, and visited our museum. We could not have done it without you and I am so thankful for your participation and help in making this come to life!
Check out our photos and the current newsletter to see what is happening with our friends!
Our class has been working so hard during all academic areas and are accomplishing a lot for the beginning of the year. We've finished three chapters in math, we're almost finished our first social studies unit, and we are making great strides in ELA with the support of our WIN time.
The third graders are absolutely amazing and so supportive of their peers and teachers! They were very kind to the guest teacher when I was out and created beautiful surprises for me to return to after a long weekend!
I am so lucky to have this class and I can't wait to enjoy the rest of the year to come!
Mrs. Freeman (officially)
We've had a wonderful start to our Native American unit and are looking forward to our upcoming museum that we're excited to share with you!
Students were very excited to attend our field trip to the Great Bay Discovery Center and compare the differences between the Abenaki and Hopi tribes.
Our class is having such a wonderful time together and it is so amazing to by apart of this group. Students are working together, helping one another, and challenging themselves (and me) to think above and beyond!
We are off and running with our curriculum for the year and students are plugging away at three digit addition and subtraction, graphing, sentence and paragraph structure, social and emotional skills, and our very exciting Native American Unit.
This month will be filled with fun filled learning and out of the box art projects to fulfill our creative sides. In the middle of the month we will be exploring the Abenaki tribe at the Great Bay Discovery Center. There is just so much in store!
Stay tuned for more amazing things!