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Mrs. Landgrave



Classroom Documents and Helpful LInks

This is a link for the students to access third grade web sites for our Social Studies and Science units.

Math Blaster
Pearl Diver
All of the Everyday Math Apps (just search for Everyday Math)
Slice It
Motion Math (there's a bunch of these so choose the ones that seem appropriate)
Sushi Monster
Math Ninja
Lumio Farm Factor
Math Champ Challenge

Apple's App Store also has an Education section. Click categories and go to education. Then there are buttons for each subject area. Lots of awesome stuff. 

Mrs.  Landgrave's Third Grade Class

Phone: 303-387-6600

Science/Social Studies

We have finished our unit on Native Americans and how our environment effects our cultures.  
Your child did an awesome job with their presentations and creative artifacts.  
I  was very impressed!!!  
We will study our local government next.  A field trip to the capitol building is planned for January.  


Reading rotations are continuing. 
This week in reading we will continue to read using our leveled reading books.  We will also read from our story works jr magazine.  
During writing time, we will work on opinion pieces. 


Specials this week is art. 

Classroom News

Our Holiday party will be Thursday, December 21st at 3:10.  I am making individual graham cracker houses for each child to decorate during the party. 
I will send out a sign up genius shortly asking for the candies to decorate the houses and refreshments.  


Your child will  usually bring a math sheet home each night for homework. 

Here are the instructions for typing pal.  Tuesdays and Thursdays will be our typing pal homework days.  They can certainly do more if they choose.  

Institution Code: dcsdscms

Username: last name, first initial, middle initial

Password: lunch number


Last year, your child was working in the Eureka math program.  We will continue with this program this year.  Our first unit will begin by covering these topics:
Understanding equal groups of as multiplication.
Relating multiplication to the array model
Interpreting the meaning of factors
Understanding the meaning of the unknown as the size of the group in division
Interpret the unknown in division using arrays
Demonstrate the commutativity of multiplication
Practice-related facts by skip counting

We are beginning our third module.  It covers multiplication and division again.  The students should have memorized their multiplication facts from 1-5.  This module, they should memorize them from 6-12. 
We do practice our facts in class, we rote count, we do sprints, games etc.  But this is not enough for most children to memorize their facts!  Please take time each day to help your child memorize them.  It is so important for them to know their facts moving forward in their education.