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.
Monday, October 22
Spelling Test (List 9)
Thursday, October 25
Fall Festival 6-8 p.m.
Multiplication Test(0-5 Facts)
Monday, November 5
Elements of a Book due
Monday, October 29
Spelling Test (List 10)
Homework-Week of October 22
Homework is subject to change!
Math-Finish pages 65 and 66.
Spelling-Write words 1-10 in list 10 in alphabetical order.
Get papers in red folder signed.
Wear tennis shoes for PE.
.Math-Finish pages 67 and 68. Reading–Read pages 7-18.
Spelling- Write words 11-20 in list 10 in alphabetical order.
Math-Finish pages 69 and 70.
Reading-Read pages 19-29.
Language-Study for test. Know what is on pages 35-37.
Spelling-Write good sentences with the 3 vocabulary words (List 10).
Study for multiplication test on 0-5 facts.
Math-Finish pages 71 and 72. Study for math quiz.
Study for spelling test on list 10.
Get report cards signed.
In math your child has to finish the two pages that we start in class each day. Please look over the two pages. In reading the homework is a reading assignment every day. Please listen to your children read as much as you can. There are questions that go with each story. Make sure your child knows the answers to the questions. Science and history quizzes are open book. The answers are usually found in what I tell them to highlight. The highlighted sections will also tell them what to study for the tests which are not open book. . You may want to help your child study for any upcoming tests on the weekends.
Please sign the stapled papers and return them in the red folder. You may keep the other papers. They are work that your child did this week that were not graded. (The papers that have the days of the week on them are early morning papers. They contain work that your child may not have been taught yet. We discuss them and the children are learning new language and math skills.). I plan to use the red folder each week. Remember to ask for it each Monday. Keep the newsletter.