THIRD GRADE

WELCOME TO THIRD GRADE
  • PENCILS
  • NOTE BOOKS
  • FOLDERS
  • CRAYONS
  • GLUE
  • SCISSORS

This year is so exciting we will be going on great and new adventure so lets jump right in
note if your knew to home schooling your typical supplies are pencils crayons a printer scissors the usual note books folders .I’m trying to keep everything by week sequence.

SPELLING

Use two sentences from the list during each spelling test. After writing all the spelling words, students write the sentences as you read them. This helps ensure that students are making the connection between the spelling words and how they are used in context. It also allows you to check and correct problems with language conventions such as capitalization and punctuation.

Week 1
1. I am going to stand next to my best friend.

2. She checked every store near her house.

Third  grade first week spelling list

Spelling List 1
1. high _____________ ______________
2. every _____________ ______________
3. near _____________ ______________
4. west _____________ ______________
5. dress _____________ ______________
6. best _____________ ______________
7. next _____________ ______________
8. else _____________ ______________
9. checked _____________ ______________
10. grand _____________ ______________
11. stand _____________ ______________
12. am _____________ ______________
13. matter _____________ ______________
14. forms _____________ ______________
15. value _____________ ______________
16. area _____________ __________

the whole third grade  year I placed it like this so student can review or go over /repeat if not grasping concepts.

For third grade math here is a link witch goes lesson by lesson with print outs and check points along the way also end of the year review lessons and check points***  start with lesson 1.1 for Monday  1.2 for Tuesday 1.3 Wednesday etc.or as the parent or administrator choose how many days your child a week dose math your choice.  ***LINK>>..A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

Insect Generator

Skills: Insect Anatomy; Insects Fun, Make Your Own Insects

insect generator link.

For social study’s we will be going through all 50 states and discovering the history in each
in alphabetical order.

Here is your link http://mrnussbaum.com/united-states/alabama/

PENMANSHIP PRACTICE: right click and print.

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READING:
You can go here and choose a book of your choice it can be read to you or
for your own reading each one in purple goes to book link.
pick a book each week.or visit the library in your area.

  1. Merpy.com Stories – Animated stories to be read online.
  2. Barnaby Bear Stories – 2 stories. Follow along as the story is read aloud, or read it silently to yourself. When you see the mouse icon within the story, click on it to see what happens.
  3. Bat Stories – Practice your phonics skills on these stories.
  4. Clifford’s Big Dig – Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  5. Children’s Audio Stories – A collection of stories. Click on a story to hear it read.
  6. Children’s Books to Read Online – Practice your reading skills.
  7. Don’t Eat Your Dinner – Read the story to yourself or click to have it read aloud.
  8. Dragon Goes to the Farm – Starfall book – click on a letter to hear it read.
  9. Emily Elizabeth Goes to School – Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  10. Gus and Inky’s Underwater Adventure Chapter 1 – Story about Gus and Inky; help Gus with beginning sounds.
  11. Happy Mother’s Day, Dear Dragon – Starfall book – click on a letter to hear it read.
  12. Here, Clifford – Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  13. A House in a Tree – Starfall book – click on a letter to hear it read.
  14. I Will Not Take a Bath – Listen to the story as it is read aloud – determine problem and solution.
  15. Not Too Little to Help – Starfall book – click on a letter to hear it read.
  16. One Hundred and Twenty Loose Teeth – Click the next button to begin reading the story.
  17. The Perfect Pet – Which pet should she select? Listen to the story that is read aloud.
  18. Rattic in the Attic – Interactive story; click on next to begin the story.
  19. Speakaboos – Stories sorted by grade level and reading level. Numerous free audio books for children, and many include lesson plans, worksheets, and games.
  20. Stories to read – Starfall – Beginning books per vowel sound for reading out-loud practice. Easy to read stories that focus on a particular vowel sound along with quizzes on the same vowel. Long and short vowels included. 15 separate stories and quizzes.
  21. Storynory – Numerous audio stories free. Includes fairytales, classics, original stories, educational stories, etc.
  22. Things That Can Go – Starfall book – click on a letter to hear it read.
  23. Three Stories from the Little Animals Activity Centre – The stories are read to students and choices must be made during the story. Give your students the opportunity to retell these stories. || The Missing Pencil – || The Butterfly Trail – || The Wishing Tree –
  24. The Yellow Gorilla – Why did the gorilla turn yellow? How did he solve his problem?

Week 2
1. The water in the pond is two inches below the plant

2. She has her own lunch from home today.

Spelling List 2

1. between _____________ ______________
2. own _____________ ______________
3. base _____________ ______________
4. country _____________ ______________
5. plant _____________ ______________
6. slip _____________ ______________
7. lunch _____________ ______________
8. pond _____________ ______________
9. front _____________ ______________
10. thump _____________ ______________
11. inches _____________ ______________
12. yard _____________ ______________
13. stored _____________ ______________
14. motion _____________ ______________
15. expand _____________ ______________
16. calculate _____________ ______________

MATH LESSON 2 ..A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

For social study’s we will be going through all 50 states and discovering the history in each
in alphabetical order.

Here is your link For social study’s we will be going through all 50 states and discovering the history in each
in alphabetical order.

Here is your link http://mrnussbaum.com/united-states/alabama/

continue this state till end of month.
Week 3
 1. His father wants him to raise his grades.

 2. We stood around a tree on the first day of school.
SPELLING
1. save _____________ ______________
2. school _____________ ______________
3. father _____________ ______________
4. keep _____________ ______________
5. safe _____________ ______________
6. grade _____________ ______________
7. reached _____________ ______________
8. raise _____________ ______________
 9. theme _____________ ______________
 10. scream _____________ ______________
11. easy _____________ ______________
12. batteries _____________ ______________
13. fuel _____________ ______________
14. iron _____________ ______________
15. solve _____________ ______________
16. science _____________ ______________

penmanship

SCIENCE: FOR PARENTS how to use ////// click on link  firefly  interactive game.http://mrnussbaum.com/fireflynights/

FOR STUDENT :***

****firefly-nights***

READING ** select a reading book from above or visit you local library.

Week 4

1. Never show her the round stone that broke.

2. An electric current moves in waves.

1. trade _____________ ______________
2. start _____________ ______________
3. city _____________ ______________
4. earth _____________ ______________
5. hope _____________ ______________
6. stone _____________ ______________
7. follow _____________ ______________
8. broke _____________ ______________
9. sign _____________ ______________
10. tiny _____________ ______________
11. whole _____________ ______________
12. waves _____________ ______________
13. current _____________ ______________
14. electric _____________ ______________
15. digit _____________ ______________
16. round _____________ ______________

RIGHT CLICK AND PRINT

MATH LESSON ..A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

For social study’s we will be going through all 50 states and discovering the history in each
in alphabetical order.

Here is your link For social study’s we will be going through all 50 states and discovering the history in each
in alphabetical order.

Here is your link http://mrnussbaum.com/united-states/alabama/

continue this state till end of month.
Sing alone OH SUSANA youtube sing alone


Week 5
1. He read the story under the covers with a light.

2. My uncle lives 100 miles east of here

Week 5

Name: _________________________________________
1. upon _____________ ______________
2. thought _____________ ______________
3. gun _____________ ______________
4. strong _____________ ______________
5. story _____________ ______________
6. burst _____________ ______________
7. strip _____________ ______________
8. stream _____________ ______________
9. street _____________ ______________
10. distance _____________ ______________
11. least _____________ ______________
12. hundred _____________ ______________
13. east _____________ ______________
14. object _____________ ______________
15. sum _____________ ______________
16. difference _____________ ______________

MATH Lesson: .A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

GAME ABOUT RECYCLE learn what can be recycled.

LINK >>>recycle 1

READING

Quick  quiz what is the capital of Alabama ? if you don’t know  here is the answer drag mouse over to reveal : Montgomery
Alabama · Capital 

Week 6
1. We had to wrap John’s wrist and knee after he fell.
2. Let’s knock on Grandma’s door

1. cried _____________ ______________
2. dried _____________ ______________
3. milk _____________ ______________
4. let’s _____________ ______________
5. while _____________ ______________
6. known _____________ ______________
7. knife _____________ ______________
8. knock _____________ ______________
9. wrong _____________ ______________
10. knot _____________ ______________
11. wrinkle _____________ ______________
12. wrap _____________ ______________
13. wrist _____________ ______________
14. knee _____________ ______________
15. product _____________ ______________
16. quotient _____________ ______________

MATH LESSON

.A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

NEW STATE
Alaska was the 49th state in the USA; it became a state on January 3, 1959.

State Abbreviation – AK
State Capital – Juneau
Largest City – Anchorage
Area – 656,425 square miles [Alaska is the biggest state in the USA]
Population – 735,132 (as of 2013) [Alaska is the 47th most populous state in the USA]
Name for Residents – Alaskans
Major Industry – oil (petroleum)


Major Rivers – Yukon River, Kuskokwim River, Colville River, Copper River
Major Lakes – Iliamna Lake, Aleknagik Lake, Becharof Lake, Clark Lake, Minchumina Lake
Highest Point – Mt. McKinley – 20,320 feet (6,194 m) above sea level – this is the highest point in the USA.
Number of Boroughs (Counties) – 27
Bordering US States – none
Bordering Country – Canada
Bordering Body of Water – Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Beaufort Sea, Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska

Origin of the Name Alaska – The word Alaska is from the Aleut Indian word “alaxsxaq” or “agunalaksh” that mean the mainland or shore.
State Nickname – The Last Frontier
State Motto – “North To The Future”
State Song – Alaska’s Flag

Dinosaur Fossils Found in Alaska – Albertosaurus, Ankylosaur (unknown genus), EdmontosaurusPachycephalosaurusPachyrhinosaurus, Saurornitholestes, Thescelosaurus,Troödon

Alaska State Symbols and Emblems:

State FlagThe official state flag of Alaska was officially adopted in 1959. The golden stars represent the Big Dipper (an asterism in the constellation Ursa Major, the Big Bear) and the North Star, also called Polaris (representing Alaska’s northern location). This beautiful flag was chosen from a flag-designing contest. It was designed in 1926 by a 13-year-old Native American boy named Bennie Benson. Bennie was from the village of Chignik; he won a 1,000-dollar scholarship and a watch for winning the contest.
Animal Symbols:
State BirdWillow ptarmigan
(Lagopus lagopus)
State Land Mammal
Moose

(Alces alces)
State Marine Mammal
Bowhead whale

(Balaena mysticetus)
State Fish
King salmon

(Onchorhynchus tshawytscha)
State InsectFour spot skimmer dragonfly State Fossil
Woolly Mammoth

(Mammuthus primigenius)
Plant Symbols:
State Flower
Forget-me-not
(genus Myosotis)
State TreeSitka spruce
(Picea sitchenensis)
Earth Symbols:
State MineralGold State GemJade State SoilEstelle

HERE YOU ARE GONG TO RIGHT CLICK AND PRINT COLOR THE FLAG AND ANSWER QUESTIONS.

Alaska flag

The official state flag of Alaska was officially adopted in 1959. It has a blue field with eight yellow stars. The seven smaller stars represent the Big Dipper (an asterism in the constellation Ursa Major, the Big Bear); the large star represents the North Star, also called Polaris (representing Alaska’s northern location). This beautiful flag was chosen from a flag-designing contest. It was designed in 1926 by a 13-year-old Native American boy named Bennie Benson. Bennie was from the village of Chignik; he won a 1,000-dollar scholarship and a watch for winning the contest.
Alaska was the 49th state in the USA; it was admitted in 1959.

Questions:
1. What does the star in the upper right of Alaska’s flag represent? _________________________

2. What do the other stars seven represent? _________________________________

3.How old was the designer of this flag when he designed the flag? ___________

Week 7
1. An atom is a tiny particle you cannot see with your eye.
2. He is going to tell you something funny enough to make you laugh.

Spelling List 7
Sight words, gh/ph words, and academic vocabulary

1. along _____________ ______________
2. bought _____________ ______________
3. close _____________ ______________
4. something _____________ ______________
5. seem _____________ ______________
6. laughed _____________ ______________
7. lady _____________ ______________
8. enough _____________ ______________
9. graph _____________ ______________
10. paragraph _____________ ______________
11. photograph _____________ ______________
12. particle _____________ ______________
13. atom _____________ ______________
14. element _____________ ______________
15. property _____________ ______________
16. decimal _____________ ______________

MATH LESSON

.A plus math coach/Grade_3 Go_Math_Homework

SCIENCE BOOK Start with  chapter 1 lesson 1 vocabulary game then animated summary and quiz for this first day of science class.here is you link to

third grade science book>>. science book.

Introduction to music pick one

MUSIC

READING TIME PICK A BOOK

remember taking a break going outside and enjoying the  fresh air .

Week 8
1. Watch the cloud change direction in the sky.
2. We have a chance to travel in a steel train.

1. cloud _____________ ______________
2. child _____________ ______________
3. open _____________ ______________
4. example _____________ ______________
5. begin _____________ ______________
6. chance _____________ ______________
7. match _____________ ______________
8. watch _____________ ______________
9. batch _____________ ______________
10. steel _____________ ______________
11. speech _____________ ______________
12. source _____________ ______________
13. direction _____________ ______________
14. travel _____________ ______________
15. women _____________ ______________
16. demonstrate _____________ ______________

II. Poetry
III. Fiction
IV. Sayings and Phrases

History and Geography

World:

I. Geography
II. Ancient Rome
III. The Vikings

American:

I. The Earliest Americans
II. Early Exploration of North America
Elementary School – early Middle School
*Animal Kid’s Corner* (upper row for older kids, lower row for younger.)
*Preschool Animals* (movies and create activities)
*Math Games * (many levels and topics, many kinds of games)
*Nutrition for Kids* (food groups, information, other food games)
*Seasons for Kids* (painting activities, matching games, winter, fall, spring, summer)
*Grammar Games*(games, tutorial, verbs, adjectives, nouns, punctuation)
*Dinosaurs* (games, activities, movies)
*Geography* (8 levels of difficulty to choose from upon skill level).
*Brain* (brain teasers, puzzles and more)
*USA 4 Kids* (government, state facts, history, games and more)
*Science* (Life Cycle, Plant and animal cell, movies, games)
*Animals* (hundreds of articles and quizzes)
*Health* (Games about the systems, digestion, skeleton)
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