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Third Grade October Newsletter

"Listen! the wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves, We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves!" - Humbert Wolfe

The change in the season brings cooler temperatures, brilliant fall colors, and a settling into the school year. Thank you for making the first month of school a pleasant and smooth transition for the students. We are continuing with our first unit in English Language Arts, which is focusing on comprehension skills and strategies. We will develop understanding of different types of sentences as well as learning how to expand sentences when writing. The writing process is an intricate part of writing. Students will begin learning and recognizing different parts of speech. Math classes will concentrate on learning that place value helps to estimate and find sums of 3-digit numbers. They will learn about the commutative, associative and identity property of addition. In Social Studies students will learn how natural resources are used and understand how people affect the environment. Students will also recognize how and why people protect the environment. Our Science objectives for this month will concentrate on patterns to predict future motion and to identify forces acting on an object. Students are learning that we show love for God by loving others at home, at school, and in our neighborhood. Jesus taught us to pray to God as a loving Father. Students are recognizing that all Christians are brothers and sisters in Christ. Please remember to check the calendar and school website for important information. We thank you for your cooperation and assistance. May October be an enjoyable month for the students.

 

 

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Third Grade October Newsletter
"Listen! the wind is rising,
and the air is wild with leaves,
We have had our summer evenings,
now for October eves!"
- Humbert Wolfe
The change in the season brings cooler temperatures, brilliant fall colors, and a settling into the
school year. Thank you for making the first month of school a pleasant and smooth transition
for the students.
We are continuing with our first unit in English Language Arts, which is focusing on
comprehension skills and strategies. We will develop understanding of different types of
sentences as well as learning how to expand sentences when writing. The writing process is an
intricate part of writing. Students will begin learning and recognizing different parts of speech.
Math classes will concentrate on learning that place value helps to estimate and find sums of
3-digit numbers. They will learn about the commutative, associative and identity property of
addition.
In Social Studies students will learn how natural resources are used and understand how
people affect the environment. Students will also recognize how and why people protect the
environment.
Our Science objectives for this month will concentrate on patterns to predict future motion and
to identify forces acting on an object.
Students are learning that we show love for God by loving others at home, at school, and in our
neighborhood. Jesus taught us to pray to God as a loving Father. Students are recognizing
that all Christians are brothers and sisters in Christ.
Please remember to check the calendar and school website for important information. We
thank you for your cooperation and assistance. May October be an enjoyable month for the
students.
of 1
Third Grade October Newsletter
"Listen! the wind is rising,
and the air is wild with leaves,
We have had our summer evenings,
now for October eves!"
- Humbert Wolfe
The change in the season brings cooler temperatures, brilliant fall colors, and a settling into the
school year. Thank you for making the first month of school a pleasant and smooth transition
for the students.
We are continuing with our first unit in English Language Arts, which is focusing on
comprehension skills and strategies. We will develop understanding of different types of
sentences as well as learning how to expand sentences when writing. The writing process is an
intricate part of writing. Students will begin learning and recognizing different parts of speech.
Math classes will concentrate on learning that place value helps to estimate and find sums of
3-digit numbers. They will learn about the commutative, associative and identity property of
addition.
In Social Studies students will learn how natural resources are used and understand how
people affect the environment. Students will also recognize how and why people protect the
environment.
Our Science objectives for this month will concentrate on patterns to predict future motion and
to identify forces acting on an object.
Students are learning that we show love for God by loving others at home, at school, and in our
neighborhood. Jesus taught us to pray to God as a loving Father. Students are recognizing
that all Christians are brothers and sisters in Christ.
Please remember to check the calendar and school website for important information. We
thank you for your cooperation and assistance. May October be an enjoyable month for the
students.