Third Grade

Block eraser/s
3 pack Clorox wipes
1 package EXPO Markers
1 regular size pencil box
2 red marking pens
2 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 packages of #2 pencils-—mechanical pencils are acceptable
1 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
Large bottle of hand sanitizer
2 boxes Kleenex tissue
Backpack -- Preferably no rolling backpacks!!
1 Composition Book
$5.00 agenda fee

Spanish Supply List -- This is separate and in addition to Classroom Supplies.
1 - pocket folder
1 pack of notebook paper
1 pack of pencils sharpened
16 pack Crayola Crayons
Pencil bag
1 pack of index cards on a ring or bound

Mrs.​ ​Medley’s​ ​2017-2018​ ​Schedule   

Monday,​ ​Wednesday,​ ​Friday   

8-8:45 Morning​ ​Meeting:​ ​Morning​ ​Activity,​ ​Bible,​ ​Class​ ​Conference 

8:45-9:45 Spalding   9:45-10:00Snack/Read​ ​Aloud  

10-10:30 English​ ​Language​ ​Arts 

10:30-11:00 Social​ ​Studies  

11-11:30 Computer 

11:30-12 P.E. 

12-12:30 Lunch 

12:30-12:50 Recess  

1-1:30 Reading 

1:30-2:15 Mathematics 

2:15-3 Enrichment​ ​Journaling/Cleanup     

Tuesday/Thursday   

8-8:45 Chapel(Tuesdays​ ​only)/​ ​Morning​ ​Meeting 

8:45-9:45 Spalding  

9:45-10 Snack/Read​ ​Aloud 

10-10:30 English​ ​Language​ ​Arts 

10:30-11 Science 

11-11:30 Reading 

11:30-12 Spanish  

12-12:30 Lunch  

12:30-1 Music 

1-1:30 Recess 

1:30-2:15 Mathematics 

2:15-3:00 Enrichment​ ​Journaling/Cleanup

PROGRAM FOR THIRD GRADE

 

READING - The Writing Road to Reading, Bob Jones University: Reading 3A

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 recal outline
Summarize
Take notes
Develop effective study habits
Use of dictionary and glossary
Use of encyclopedia and other reference sources
Combine reading with other ways of learning
Dramatization
Displays
Listening
Speaking
Writing - Informative and Creative
Oral reading
Develop appreciation for literature
Develop the habit of reading as a worthwhile leisure activity
Apply reading skills
Related Language Arts
Cultivate interests through reading

 

WRITING - Spalding Method

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

 

MATHEMATICS - A Beka Book:  Arithmetic 3

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

 

ENGLISH – Bob Jones English 3

Parts of Speech
Noun:  common, proper, singular, plural, irregular possessive; abbreviation
Verb:  action, linking, helping; present, past, and future tenses
Pronoun:  subject, object, possessive
Adjective:  comparative, superlative
Adverbs

Sentence Structure
Simple sentence; fragment; run-on sentence; compound sentence
Sentence parts:  complete subject, complete predicate, simple subject, simple predicate
Sentence types:  declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory
Compound subjects; compound predicates; diagramming
Conventions
Capitalization:  proper nouns, titles, abbreviations, initials, book titles
Punctuation:  period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, apostrophe, quotation marks
Usage
Homophones; pronoun reference; contractions; subject/verb agreement; prefixes; suffixes

Writing Skills
Writing Process:  Plan, Draft, Revise, Proofread, Publish
Writing Traits:  Ideas, Organization, Word Choice, Conventions
Writing Conference with teacher and peer
Organizational Tools:  writing process chart, word-web, time-order chart, senses chart, note cards, paragraph model
Rubric for self-assessment
Proofreading marks to improve writing and make corrections
Using a dictionary
Using a thesaurus
Writing Projects
Shared writing
Independent writing
Paragraph Development
Poetry:  sound poem
Instructions, friendly letter, personal story, persuasive essay, story, book report, research report

Study & Reference Skills
Reference skills:  parts of a book:  title page, table of contents, index; library:  electronic catalog; encyclopedia; atlas
Dictionary skills:  alphabetical order, guide words, parts of an entry, multiple definitions
Study skills:  taking notes

Listening & Speaking Skills
Listening skills; speaking skills:  making an introduction

 

SOCIAL STUDIES , A Beka Book:  Our American Heritage

Discovery of America
Founding of Jamestown
Pilgrims
Christopher Columbus
Noah Webster
 Robert E. Lee
Abraham Lincoln
Squanto                                                                                                         
Clara Barton
William Penn
Ulysses S. Grant
Benjamin Franklin
Louisa May Alcott
George Washington
Booker T. Washington
Thomas Jefferson
George W. Carver
Daniel Boone
Billy Sunday
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Maps and Globes

 

SCIENCE - A Beka Book: Exploring God's World,

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

 

PHONICS - The Spalding Method-Seventy Common Phonograms

 

CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS

Bible study - A Beka Curriculum
Scripture memory
Prayers
Chapel
A Beka Bible Curriculum

 

MUSIC

Songs
Listening and appreciation
Rhythms

 

ART

Coloring, cutting, and gluing
Clay
Painting
Illustrating by drawing

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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

 

CITIZENSHIP AND BEHAVIOR

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

 

SPANISH

Vocabulary
Simple sentences

 

TESTING

Stanford Achievement Tests

 

REPORTING

Nine-week report cards
Parent conferences
Fall
Spring

Kindergarten – 8th Grade:

 

GIRLS

*Straps on shirts, dresses, or blouses must be three inches in width 

*No strapless or one shoulder dresses or blouses are permitted

*No halter tops

*No clothing that is see –through or reveals the midsection is allowed

*Skirts, dresses, and shorts must be finger-tip length

*Shorts and pants must be made of cotton, cotton polyester, khaki, or blue jean material.  Shorts and pants made of spandex, Lycra, nylon, satin, etc. are not allowed unless worn with a dress that is fingertip length

*Appropriate undergarments should be worn, depending on the physical maturity of the student (Students in Kindergarten and first grade must wear shorts under their dresses or skirts)

*No caps will be worn inside the school

 

BOYS

*T-shirts, shorts, jeans, pants, sweatpants are allowed

*Boys’ shirts must have sleeves

*No caps will be worn inside the school

 

Chapel Dress Code

 

Chapel is on Tuesday

 

Kindergarten – 8th Grade:

 

GIRLS

*Fingertip length dress or skirt

 

BOYS

*Long pants & a shirt with a collar.  The shirt must be tucked in. 

 

Tennis shoes MUST be worn during physical education.

 

The principal has the authority to make final decisions for questionable attire.