The Third Grade Team

The Third Grade Team

Friday, November 17, 2017

We are thankful for each and every third grader!
Enjoy your break!
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Friday, November 10, 2017

This week we will be testing in Math and Science. Please check your email for dates from your student's teacher. Have a great week!
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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Daulton Student Council is sponsoring 50’s day in honor of  the 50th day of school . Dress in your best 50’s outfit on Monday October 30th.

What are 50’s clothes?  That could be a poodle skirt, rolled up jeans and a white shirt.  Still not sure, you can ask a teacher or your parents.

Can’t wait to see everyone on Monday.  



Friday, October 20, 2017

Dear Parents,
     Third grade students will be taking a field trip  to the Fort Worth Museum on Tuesday, November 7th. Below is the payment link for the field trip. The permission slip for the field trip will be going home today.  Every classroom is in need of chaperones. Please if you can chaperone fill out the chaperone form and return it to school.  Thank you in advance!

 
  • Payment:  We will be collecting a fee of $ 10.00 for each student.  There will also be a $10.00 fee for each chaperone to attend. We will be collecting money online.  Money will ONLY be collected on line.  Please go to the site listed below to pay.  Payment is due by Friday, November 3rd.  Refunds will not be given for this field trip.  Attached permission form also needs to be signed and returned to school.


Red Ribbon Week October 23-26

Monday: Be at the heart of good character (dress up as your favorite book character) *No masks
Tuesday: You can make a difference (wear red and canned food drive)
Wednesday: Put a cap on drugs (crazy hat or hair)
Thursday: Team up against drugs (sports team/Daulton shirt)

Friday, September 29, 2017


We will be going to the MISD Performing Arts Center to listen to The Fort Worth Opera on Monday, October 2nd.
Please dress to impress!
Collared shirts and slacks for the boys, and dresses or blouses and skirts/slacks for the girls.
We can't wait to tell you all about it when we get back!


Next week we will be taking our Math and Science CBA's (Curriculum Based Assessments).
Science: The science review will come home completed on Tuesday and we will take the test on Wednesday. The topics covered will be- classifying matter, testing the physical properties of matter, changing states of matter by adding or removing heat, and mixtures. There are several activities opened on Stemscopes that you can use as an additional review.

Math: The math review will be completed in class and sent home Thursday and we will test on Friday. The test will cover- place value to the hundred thousands, rounding to the nearest 10's and 100's, ordering and comparing numbers, perimeter, addition, and subtraction. The test will be in a word problem format with 20 questions. We have covered each question in class through guided practice, independent practice, or small group. The graded work section of your student's binder and the math papers in the front section are a great review for the test.

Friday, September 22, 2017


Next Friday, there will be a Spelling Review Quiz over the pattern y --> i. Please review the 30 words from previous spelling quizzes that have this pattern (first 10 spelling words from each list). We will select 20 words at random for next week's Spelling Quiz.



On Tuesday, we will be doing a Writing CBA review in class and it will go home with the students. Please go over this review with your child!



*There will not be a Reading CBA review sent home. We will be reviewing in class.




Due to our first Language Arts CBA's next week, there will be no Language Arts  homework.

 

Wednesday: Reading CBA

Thursday: Writing CBA


Next week in Math and Science, we will be reviewing all we have learned so far this year. Our first Science and Math CBAs will be the following week.


October 2 is our field trip to the opera. If you have not yet returned your permission form, please be sure to do so.