Third Grade

April 14, 2011

PreKMail1Third graders stretch themselves by taking on the challenges of chapter books in literature circles and more complex math concepts.  They begin to act as role models in the school community by setting an example for manners with cafeteria partners at lunch and prayer partners for church.  They help kindergartners learn to read by sharing picture books with their kindergartner reading buddies. SBA_portraits_2013_by_Lomanno_0034

Sample Schedule

Language Arts Math Reading Spelling Recess Handwriting Specials: Physical Education, Computers, Music, Spanish, or Art Social Studies Lunch/Recess Reading Science Religion Phonics Read-aloud


Highlights of the year include the Reading Buddy Program, mastery of cursive writing, senior citizen
pen-pals from Birch Hill Terrace, and monthly book projects. This year, one third grade student got the opportunity to travel in the footsteps of Saint Paul in Greece and Turkey. Another had the chance to serve as SBA's "Principal for a Day."

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