Our world is amazing! Each country, state, city, town and community are made up of people, places to work and things for people to do, but no two communities are exactly the same. Each community is special because of it’s unique characteristics and the way you feel when you are there.
Compare your community to a place that you have visited in another community that you have been. You can use some of these examples to help you expand your writing. Where was it? What made it different or special? Who was there with you? What did it look, sound and feel like?
Please use complete sentences, punctuation and think of your senses when writing. Also, remember to create a movie in your head to get all the great details into your writing.
Yesterday we went on a field trip to The Grove. We learned about American Indians who lived in this area and how they got and prepared their food, made jewelry, started fire and the games they played. I would like you to write about three things that you found interesting from our visit. Make sure to share your ideas, include details and write in complete sentences.
Be sure to take a look at the pictures from our great day!
Today we learned about digital citizenship. Below is a link that shows a video all about digital citizenship. I would like you to watch this video with a parent! When you are finished, please log onto our blog and share something you learned.
These first weeks of school have flown by! We have spent the time getting to know each other, learning classroom routines and all about third grade. We are off to a fantastic start!
Please be sure to read our first edition of Cohen’s Chronicles written by our class. This newspaper will give you a peek into all we have been learning in third grade.
Hi Third Graders!
On Tuesday, we will be planting Wisconsin Fast Plants! We will observe and watch as our plants change and grow. In order to be prepared for planting, please watch the video below:
After you have watched the video, click on the link below to answer a few questions about Wisconsin Fast Plants!
Welcome to 3rd Grade! Thank you for visiting our classroom blog!
I am so excited to be working with all of you this year. If you ever need anything at all this year do not hesitate to call or email.