Third grade is a transition year from learning basic skills to practicing and applying them. Now that children have learned to read, they will practice reading to learn. During the year students have homework on a nightly basis. It is the student’s responsibility to stay organized, listen, to do their personal best when completing assignments and turn in work on time. There is an increased level of independence that is formed and encouraged on a daily basis through the use of life skills. These skills are beneficial to each student’s success now and in the years to come.
Highlights of Third Grade
Our Changing Earth
Native Americans- The North East Woodlands
Magnets and Electricity
Mr. Stam’s Circus
SEE Science Museum- Edison’s Workshop
Odiorne State Park- Life in a Tide Pool
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