Third Grade

Third Grade Supply List

Keep for Fall reference

  • 1 regular size pencil box
  • 4 red marking pens
  • 3 jumbo rolls of paper towels
  • 2 pocket folders with brads (Solid Colors)
  • 2 packages wide ruled notebook paper-not college ruled
  • Crayons (box of 24)
  • #2 pencils-—mechanical pencils are acceptable/hand held sharpener
  • 12” wooden ruler with centimeters and inches
  • 2 highlighters
  • 2 large glue sticks
  • 1 (4oz) bottle liquid glue
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • Map pencils (24 ct.)
  • 3 spiral 1-subject notebook
  • 1 box (10 count) Crayola washable markers
  • Bottle of hand sanitizer (not mini)
  • 3 boxes Kleenex tissue
  • Backpack -- Preferably no rolling backpacks!!
  • 1 Composition Book

Spanish Supply List

This is separate and in addition to Classroom Supplies.

  • 1 - 1 inch three ring binder
  • 1 pack of notebook paper - regular ruled paper, not college ruled
  • 1 pack of #2 yellow pencils – no mechanical pencils
  • 16 Crayola Crayons
  • Three hole zippered pencil bag that fits into binder 
  • 1 pack of Index Cards on a ring or bound
  • 8:00-8:30 – Morning Moments 
  • 8:15-8:40 – Chapel (Tuesday) 
  • 8:30-9:15 – Math 
  • 9:15-9:30 – Snack 
  • 9:30-10:00 – Social Studies 
  • 10:00-10:30 – Reading 
  • 10:30-11:00 – Language Arts 
  • 10:30-11:00 – Music (Thursday) 
  • 11:00-11:25 – Spanish (Monday/Wednesday) 
  • 11:00-11:25 – Computer (Friday) 
  • 11:30-12:00 – Spelling 
  • 12:05-12:30 – Lunch 
  • 12:30-1:00 – Handwriting 
  • 1:00-1:30 – PE (MWF) Recess (T/TH) 
  • 1:40-2:00 – Library (2nd Thursday of the Month) 
  • 1:30-2:15 – Phonics/Writing 

I. READING - The Writing Road to Reading, Spalding Economy Co. Readers and Workbooks. Supplementary Readers-Houghton-Mifflin, Scott-Foresman

  • Develop competence in basic aspects of the reading process
    • Recognize specific symbol-sound relationships
    • Perceive words with accuracy, speed, and meaning
    • Comprehend meaning of passages
  • Engage in general learning functions
    • Identify purposes for reading
    • Organize ideas for retention and recall
      • Outline
      • Summarize
      • Take notes
  • Apply reading skills
    • Develop effective study habits
      • Use of dictionary and glossary
      • Use of encyclopedia and other reference sources
    • Combine reading with other ways of learning
      • Field trips
      • Dramatization
      • Displays
  • Related Language Arts
    • Listening
    • Speaking
    • Writing - Informative and Creative
    • Oral Reading
  • Cultivate interests through reading
    • Develop appreciation for literature
    • Develop the habit of reading as a worthwhile leisure activity
  • Library
    • Daily Access
    • Individual help and encouragement in selection

II. WRITING - Spalding Method

  • Improvement of manuscript
  • Introduction of cursive
    • Legible and neat writing
    • Correct forms (paragraphs, letters)

III. MATHEMATICS - A Beka

  • Recognize the place-value of numbers
  • Know addition facts and be able to work and check addition problems with carrying
  • Know subtraction facts and be able to work and check subtraction problems with borrowing
  • Know 0-12 multiplication tables and be able to work multiplication problems with carrying
  • Know how to show a multiplication fact six ways
  • Know 2-12 division tables and be able to work and check a division problem. Division problems may have up to four digits in the dividend and up to two digits in the divisor. A remainder may be present.
  • Know terminology for four processes
  • Know selected English and metric measures
  • Tell time
  • Solve story problems with up to four steps
  • Recognize and solve simple equations
  • Convert measures and solve measurement equations
  • Recognize and work with greater than (>) and less than (<)
  • Count money and solve money problems using the decimal point correctly
  • Solve problems containing parenthesis
  • Know fraction terminology and have basic understanding of fractions. Recognize a mixed number. Add and subtract fractions with a common denominator. Make equivalent fractions and reduce fractions to lowest terms. Write a remainder as a fraction.
  • Average numbers
  • Read a thermometer
  • Recognize selected geometric shapes

IV. ENGLISH - A Beka Book

  • Kinds of Sentences
  • Sentence Structure
    • Writing good sentences
    • Combining short sentences
    • Writing sentences in order
    • Two parts of a sentence
  • Rules of Capitalization
  • Punctuation
    • Period
    • Five rules for use of commas
    • Quotation marks
  • Plurals
  • Contractions
  • Letter Writing and Addressing Envelopes
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Homonyms
  • Nouns
    • Nouns and subjects
    • Nouns used as subject
  • Verbs
    • Action verbs
    • State of being verbs
  • Adjectives
  • Alphabetical order
  • Word Usage
    • A and And
    • May and Can
    • Teach and Learn
    • Sit, Sat, and Set
    • To, Too, and Two
    • Saw, Seen, Became, and Become
    • There, Their, and They're
    • Drank, Drunk, Ate, Eaten, Did, and Done
  • Creative Writing

V. SOCIAL STUDIES - Our American Heritage, A Beka Book

  • Christopher Columbus K. Noah Webster
  • John Smith L. John G. Whittier
  • Pocahontas M. Robert E. Lee
  • Miles Standish N. Abraham Lincoln
  • Squanto O. Clara Barton
  • William Penn P. Ulysses S. Grant
  • Benjamin Franklin Q. Louisa May Alcott
  • George Washington R. Booker T. Washington
  • Thomas Jefferson S. George W. Carver
  • Daniel Boone T. Laura I. Wilder
  • Maps and Globes

VI. SCIENCE - Exploring God's World, A Beka Book

  • Wonderfully Made
  • Exploring the Plant World
  • Exploring the World of Vertebrates
  • Exploring the World of Invertebrates
  • Exploring the Desert
  • Exploring the Ocean
  • Exploring the Pond
  • Exploring the Forest
  • Exploring the Farmer's Field
  • Exploring the Weather

VII. PHONICS - The Spalding Method-Seventy Common Phonograms

  • Twenty-six letters
  • Forty-four combinations

VIII. SPELLING-The Spalding Method

  • Extended Ayres List
  • Spelling rules as related to words taught

IX. CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS

  • Bible Study
  • Scripture memory
  • Prayers
  • Hymns
  • Church Worship
  • Beka Bible Curriculum

X. MUSIC

  • Songs
  • Listening and appreciation
  • Rhythms

XI. ART

  • Coloring, cutting, and pasting
  • Clay
  • Painting
  • Illustrating by drawing

XII. PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  • Large motor skills
  • Coordination
  • Following directions
  • Sportsmanship
  • Basic games and team sports

XIII. CITIZENSHIP AND BEHAVIOR

  • Patriotic activities
  • Classroom behavior and attentiveness
  • Work habits
  • Respect for authority
  • Respect for others
  • Social maturity

XIV. SPANISH - Mi Cuaderno de Espanol - Houghton-Mifflin

  • Vocabulary
  • Greeting
  • Simple sentences

XV. TESTING

  • Economy Reading Tests
  • Stanford Achievement Tests
  • Morrison-McCall Spelling Scale

XVI. REPORTING

  • Nine-week report cards
  • Parent conferences
    • Mid-semester
    • End-of-year

Dress Code (Grades 3-6)

As the styles change and parents purchase clothing for the spring and summer seasons, we want to clarify the required dress code for Fredonia Hill Baptist Academy.

  • Caps should not be worn in school.
  • Straps on shirts, dresses, or blouses must be three inches in width. (No strapless dresses, blouses, tops are permitted).
  • No halter tops.
  • No clothing which reveals the tummy.
  • Skirts and shorts must be finger-tip length.
  • Appropriate undergarments should be worn, depending on the physical maturity of the student.
  • Flip-flops are not allowed at any time.
  • Principal has authority to make final decision for questionable attire of students.

In addition:

  • Tennis shoes MUST be worn to physical education.
  • For Chapel:
    • Boys wear long pants & a shirt with a collar.
    • Girls wear dresses, skirts or jumpers. No see-through blouses that reveal undergarments or spaghetti straps.
    • Girls may wear leggings with their dresses, skirts, or jumpers. The dresses, skirts, or jumpers must be finger-tip length.

We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in this matter.