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St. Patrick’s Day!!

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There was a lot of green on St. Patrick’s Day at IREC! 3L had a fun time learning about the history of St. Patrick’s Day and worked on some creative St. Patrick’s Day writing. In Math we created bar graphs using Lucky Charms cereal and compared our graphs with a partner. During snack time there were a lot of yummy green snacks and we enjoyed our chocolate gold coins from Lucky the Leprechaun! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!

 
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Posted by on March 17, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

Jennifer, Ashton, and Landon

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Jennifer shows leadership when she is being “Proactive”. Jennifer is new to our school and always has a smile on her face. She is a kind friend to others and always tries her best in her daily work. You help make 3L a fun place to learn! Congratulations Jennifer!

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Ashton shows leadership when he “Puts First Things First”. Ashton has been working hard in his reading skills by looking closely at vowel patterns, chunking sounds, and transferring the vowel circle into his daily reading. Keep reading at home every night. Congratulations Ashton!

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Landon shows leadership when he “Puts First Things First”. Landon has been working extra hard in his reading skills. While reading he is paying close attention to vowel patterns, chunking sounds, and is starting to transfer the vowel circle into his daily reading. Keep reading at home every night. Congratulations Landon!

 
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Posted by on March 17, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Rounding Roundup

We played a new Math game today practicing our rounding skills to 10 and 100!  Remember the 2 rules:  if the number is 0-4 round down (keep the same) and if the number is 5-9 round up.

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Grade 3’s here’s your challenge!

Tell me 2 three digit numbers and round them to the nearest 10 and 100.  See if you can challenge yourself by using a 4 digit number and rounding to the nearest 10, 100, and even 1000!  We’ll check out your answers in class.

 
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Posted by on March 1, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

We celebrated 100th day wearing bracelets and necklaces made out of 100 beads and cheerios, 100 tallymarks, sparkles, and the number 100 written on t-shirts.  We did some creative 100th Day writing, by describing what we would tell our mom, dad, and teacher 100 times and even drawing a picture of what we might look like when we’re 100 years old.  We enjoyed a fun-filled day of learning about that special number 100!

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Posted by on March 1, 2015 in Uncategorized