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    3RD GRADE: These activities are being provided as optional work and will not count toward student grades.
    Posted on 03/11/2020

    Dear families,

              Thank you for keeping your student engaged during our school closure. These activities are being provided as optional work and will not count toward student grades. 

    Suggested work:

    Math in Focus Workbook:

    • Chapter 14: Fractions, pages 91 – 111 (Bonus: pages 112 – 114)
    • Chapter 19 : Area and Perimeter, pages 211 – 236 (Bonus: pages 237 – 240)

    Read 30 minutes in a good fit book every day!

    See the writing and conversation questions on the back of this page for reading processing.

    IF technology is available to you, please consider working on IXL and Typing Club, which are accessible through the student portal on seattleschools.org.

    -Team 3 Teachers, Kelly Gillean Bruno, Cassie McDonough, and David Sorenson

    kkgillean@seattleschools.org   cmmcdonough@seattleschools.org    dpsorenson@seattleschools.org

     

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    F&P Reading Comprehension Questions – Non Fiction 

     

    Within Text (retell!)

    Summarize the important information in the book.

    (remember, what is the main idea of the book and the supporting details that were presented in the book)

     

    Beyond the Text (think beyond the text!)

    Talk about why this topic is important.

    What information do you find most interesting/surprising? Why?

    What is the most important message of the book?

    What does this message mean to you in your life?

     

    About the Text (how is the book organized/written?)

    What is the genre of the book? How do you know?

    Is the title a good title for the book? Why?

    How is the book organized? Why do you think the writer presents the information this way?

    What does the writer do to keep you interested?

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    Thank you for your patience during this time.