Good Morning 3D! Today is Terrific Tuesday!
Please watch the morning message and then reread the blog post for closer details.
Remember to plan out your schedule for the day with breaks. Try to plan around a 9-3 school day, so you can finish your work early. Also, use the checklist at the end of our post to make sure you completed your assignments for the day. If you have any problems completing anything please leave us a comment on your E-learning slides to keep us posted about any conflicts. Last, it is VERY important you watch all videos that we post since these are our lessons to help you complete assignments.
Your new May E-Learning slideshow is in your SS folder to use for our next two weeks of assignments.
Please remember to visit the specials websites: Heathcotegateway E-Learning option
Questions? Continue to add to our class Padlet: E-Learning Questions or use your gmail
REMINDERS: Today I will be unavailable to answer emails promptly due to a professional development day. Also, Wednesday I will not have anything posted on our class blog since it is Wellness Wednesday. Your parents will receive an email from the district.
Zoom schedule today:
Library Broadcast (optional) – 2:30 pm – Mrs. Sorenson will read a book to you
Tomorrow is Wellness Wednesday– NO ZOOMS on this day too
Happy birthday to August on May 7th! Bring a joke to Thursday’s zoom.
NOTE: Many students did not post on the book club padlet yesterday. Please do this today with the date included in order to receive credit. Please read my comments on your book club padlet. If you finish your book, please have one member email me and I will make the next padlet for your club.
READING/WRITING: BOOKCLUBS ~ Theme vs Main Idea
Today as we continue our talk about theme, we discuss the difference between theme and main idea. Watch the video below and then go on over to Seesaw to look for an assignment called, “The Invisible Boy-Theme.” Watch the video and write one idea of what you think the theme of the book could be.
Continue reading the assigned book club book amount and then pick one activity from the BINGO board to complete for today. Be sure to identify which activity you choose either by name or by number, and post your final project to Seesaw by the end of the day.
SPELLING: WORDS THEIR WAY
Please look at your new sort for this week. Complete a few activities per day (about 15 min). Leave the writing sort for Friday, otherwise it will erase your data. You may have to repeat blind and speed sorts more than once to receive 100%.Check all assignments on Friday, then submit all. www.pearsonrealize.com.
MATH: Extra practice to convert liters and milliliters
Watch the first video of our two friends in 3rd grade as they demonstrate what happens when you add a container greater than a 1 liter and another container less than a liter. It is a great visual to understand adding liters and ml. Great work girls!
Watch the video below for extra practice to convert and subtract L and ml. You will need paper and a pencil to complete the problems.
Complete workbook pages 47-48
Copy and paste: Workbook pp47-48
Print option: WB 47-48
SCIENCE: WEATHER AND CLIMATE
Today we begin the 4th Section of our Weather Study. Watch the video to learn how to create your own Puzzling Vocabulary matching game to practice new terms and definitions. The Puzzling Vocabulary Template is in your science folder on Drive. When you have completed your puzzle pieces and started the matching game, take a photo and upload to SeeSaw. Record yourself (or add in typed text) telling us what you learned from this activity.
Today we begin the 4th Section of our Weather Study.
- WATCH Boyer’s video to learn how to create your own Puzzling Vocabulary matching game to practice new terms and definitions.
- LISTEN to the directions for the related SeeSaw activity (SEESAW ACTIVITY)
- PRINT 2 COPIES and get started:Puzzling vocabulary
In science folder too: Seasons Part One Slides
On this day in 1891 Music Hall (Carnegie Hall) opened in New York, Tchaikovsky was the guest conductor. Tchaikovsky was the first Russian composer whose music made a lasting impression internationally, which he bolstered with appearances as a guest conductor later in his career in Europe and the United States. One of these appearances was at the inaugural concert of Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1891. Disney’ movie, The Nutcracker and The Four Realms is a great way to enjoy Tchaikovsky’s famous score.
By the end of today I need to have completed….
- Words Their Way Due Friday
- Listen to the “Invisible Boy” read aloud (You can find that on your assigned Seesaw post) and record your ideas about what the theme of the story is
- Read 30 minutes – book club bingo board activity (Posted on Seesaw)
- Math workbook pages 47-48
- Reflex Math- 3 green dots by Friday
- Watch the seasons introduction video and check your science folder for the Seasons Slides
- Print 2 copies of the Puzzling Vocabulary Template
- Complete the Vocabulary Activity and post to Seesaw
- If you haven’t done the engineering challenge from yesterday, you can still complete it – take a video or picture of it, upload to seesaw and voice record your explanation