Mrs. Libby Marchant | 3rd Grade Class Page
Hello & Welcome
I am excited to have your child in my class. I enjoy teaching. It gives me great pleasure to see my students learn. I feel that God has blessed me by allowing me to do something I enjoy. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.
Thursday, March 15
Multiplication Test (0-12 Facts)
Spelling Test (List 25)
Children must show me the book that they are reporting on by this date.
Wednesday, March 21
Monday, March 26
Language Test (pages 86-89)
Wednesday, March 28
Thursday, March 29
Oral Book Report
Turn in money for basket
Book It due
Friday, April 13
Up, Up and Away
Monday, April 16
Health Project (Poster) due
Monday, May 7
Homework-Week of March 12
Homework is subject to change!
Reading-Read pages 147-157. Answer questions orally.
Spelling-Write first 12 words in List 25 in alphabetical order.
Need tennis shoes for PE.
Get papers in red folder signed.
Math-Finish pages 155 and 156.
Reading-Read pages 158-171. Answer questions orally.
Spelling- Write words 13-24 in List 25 in alphabetical order.
Math-Finish pages 157 and 158.
Reading-Read pages 172-186. Answer questions orally.
Language-Study for quiz on pages 88-91.
Spelling-Write good sentences with the 3 vocabulary words in List 25. Study for test.
Study for test on 0-12 facts.
Math-Finish pages 159 and 160.
Start studying spelling list 25.
We have started the Book It program. Each month your child will receive a calendar. Every day that your child reads at least 20 minutes (homework does not count); they will color the picture for that day. At the end of the month if they have read at least 10 days, they will receive a coupon for a free pan pizza. You will have to sign the calendar. The calendar is due the last school day of the month. Please encourage your child to participate. March's calendar is due March 29.
BOOK REPORT: The next book report will be an oral one due on Thursday, March 29. It must be a chapter book that is at least 50 pages long. Your child needs to tell the name of the book, its author, how many pages, and what the book is about. He/She should maintain eye contact with the audience. No one should read from a sheet of paper. NO NOTES. I must see the book and approve it before your child starts reading the book. I would like for the children to decide on a book by Thursday, March 15. Very few children have shown me the book they have chosen.