Wednesday, May 16, 2018

May 14, 2018

Don't forget...

 3rd Grade Bowling Party
Thursday, May 17
Gold Cup Bowling

Students will need to wear or bring socks to wear with their bowling shoes!
***Please note that 6 lanes have been reserved for 3rd grade students only. This also includes pizza and soft drinks. You may purchase your lunch from Gold Cup’s snack bar. No outside food may be brought into Gold Cup.

Dress code for last days:
Students may wear Spirit tops and shorts (no athletic shorts please) or jeans beginning on Thursday, May 17 through the end of school. Students may choose to wear a fun summertime beach shirt and flip flops on the last day of school!

Be sure to utilize the packet included in last week's signed papers with suggestions and ideas for multiplication and cursive summer practice and more!

Heads up on special will want to retrieve the Writing Journals and yellow Writing Portfolios to keep. These will come home on Wednesday, May 16. There are many sweet examples of your 3rd grader's writing to treasure! 

On Monday, May 21  have your 3rd grader bring EMPTY backpacks to school. We will use this to transport folders, notebooks, workbooks, and supplies (unless you have donated to Campus Club). You may want to retrieve Math journals and cursive handwriting workbooks, as there are a few pages in each that we did not get to this year. They make great summertime practice sheets!

Friday, May 11, 2018

May 11, 2018

Third graders welcomed Mrs. Susan Mays from the Museum of Arts and Sciences who shared interesting information and artifacts from ancient Egypt!

Thursday, May 3, 2018

May 3, 2018

Dates to Remember
May 4      Dress down day for Backpack Ministries
May 8      Chapel
May 11    Guest from Museum of Arts and Sciences at 1:30
May 16    Honors Assembly 1:00 in Fine Arts Auditorium
May 17    3rd Grade Bowling Party at Gold Cup Bowling 10-12
May 18    Field Day - Early Dismissal
May 22    Early dismissal - Last day of school!
The Egypt projects were outstanding! Take a stroll down the 3rd grade hall and enjoy all the projects on display.
Friday, May 4 is a Dress Down Day. Students may wear jeans and spirit shirts. $1 goes to Backpack Ministries. 
Please email any pictures you have taken on field trips or other school events ASAP for the end-of-year slideshow.
3rd Grade Bowling Party

Thursday, May 17
10 AM - Noon
Gold Cup Bowling
We will leave FPD at 9:30 and return by 12:30.
Permission form in this week's signed papers!  Check your calendar and see if you will be able to join us. We will need drivers and lots of chaperones! Included on this form is shoe size for all students so we can get our shoes quickly when we arrive at Gold Cup and get on with the fun! Please return this form by Thursday, May 10.
Summer Reading Lists are posted online at or on the sidebar of this blog. 
See link below:

4th quarter AR goal is a minimum of 8 points by tomorrow, Tuesday, May 15. At least 2 books must be chapter books.
 "Big 50" States and Capitals Test"
A comprehensive assessment on all 50 of the capitals we've worked so hard to learn this year will be on Thursday, May 17. This should be "easy peasy" since we've already learned them all! Study guides will come home today in homework folders.
Invention Convention 2018 has commenced! We are sure you will be hearing lots about the creative ideas our 3rd graders will be coming up with for their inventions!

Thursday, April 19, 2018

April 19, 2018

Don't forget the Goodwill Drive!
            April 14-22
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This Friday, April 20, is a Dress Down Day for "Sharing Hearts", a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of ministries in Honduras. Mission work includes the Hogar de Amor Orphanage, the Emile de Cuire School for children with special needs, the Grandmother’s Widow Village that cares for children and widowed mothers, the indigenous Tolupan Indians, the Helping Honduras Kids nonprofit school, and multiple families who live out in the jungles. Students may wear jeans and a spirit top with a $1 donation to this worthy cause. 
4th quarter AR goal: Each student must read at least 2 chapter books at their reading level and earn at least 8 points by May 15. See link at right for more details.
Unit 7 Math Assessment will be on Tuesday, April 24. 
Students should be able to:
✔️estimate volume of 1 liter 
✔️solve number stories involving volume and mass
✔️compare fractions with  <, >, and = signs
✔️partition number lines into fractional parts and label
✔️compare fractions using number lines
✔️solve fraction number stories
It may be helpful to review these items using the associated SRB and Unit 7 Homelink pages.
 Egypt projects are due on Thursday, 
May 3.