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Topic 10
Equivalent Fractions

We will begin to learn multiplication in 3rd grade!  Please remember to study multiplication facts each night with your child.  Memorization is the key to learning multiplication facts! Your child will have a "Math fact Café" sheet to work each night to reinforce multiplication facts, but they will also have numerous opportunities to work on it throughout the day. TBD

Your child will have a "Math Fact Cafe'" test every Friday.

Please make sure you are helping your child study their multiplication facts each night. It is imperative that your child knows their multiplication facts in 3rd grade!




1. handle

2. trouble

3. simple

4. people

5. middle

6. table

7. gentle

8. little

9. poodle

10. pickle

11. noodle

12. saddle

13. juggle

14. uncle

15. riddle

Spelling Test 1/19/18

*Spelling tests in 3rd grade are on Thursday each week. Students will take their weekly spelling test on the computer.

Vocabulary Words

1. compost—A mixture of various substances, such as dead leaves or food, used for fertilizing soil.

2. kryptonic—Plastic wheels for quad skates and skateboards made by the Kryptonics         company

3. parcel—A package

4. defiant—boldly resistant or challenging

5. coherent—logical

6. plait—A braid

7. bandolier—A broad belt worn over the shoulder

8. intricate—complex

9. tantalizing—Something that provokes interest or desire.

10. sarcastic—A mocking remark



January Birthdays

Mrs. Hedrick - 12



Ask and Answer Questions about Key Ideas

We ask questions to get information or to understand something. Often questions begin with words such as who, what, when, where, why, and how. As you read, ask yourself questions about the text. Then look for key details in the text to answer your questions. Asking and answering questions will help you understand the topic of the text.

Chapters 1 and 2 Quiz


Subject-Verb Agreement

The subject and the verb in a sentence must work together, or agree. To make most present tense verbs agree with singular nouns or he, she, or it, add –s. If the subject is a plural noun or I, you, we, or they, the present tense verb does not end in –s. Language- 

Singular Subject: The sun shines. It warms the Earth.

Plural Subject: Stars glow at night. They sparkle.

A form of be in a sentence also must agree with the subject. Use is or was to agree with singular nouns. Use are or were to agree with plural nouns.

Singular Subject: A star is shining. It was millions of miles away.

Plural Subject: People are gazing at stars. They were interested in them.

*Test on Friday