What we're learning in April

Posted by Sara Ibis on 4/1/2022 1:00:00 PM

Here's what we're doing in April!

Math

  • Fractions
    • Comparing Fractions
  • Measurement
    • Using measurement tools
    • Using line plots to plot measurement data
    • Telling time using analog clocks
    • Telling how much time has passed
    • Measuring Volume and Mass

Assessments: Periodic quizzes - regular lesson assessments on hold until after SBAC

Analog Clock

English Language Arts

  • Reading: Informational Texts about weather and goverment
    • Using text evidence to answer questions
    • Determining main idea and key details
    • Describing science concepts in informational texts
  • Reading: Literature
    • Determining main idea and key details
    • Determining themes
  • Writing: Opinion
  • Writing: Poetry

Assessments: None planned until after SBAC

Thunderstorm

Science

  • Weather and Climate
    • Weather instruments
    • Severe Weather

Assessments: None planned

 Social Studies

  • Local History

Upcoming Events:

Every Thursday: Naturalist Thursday - Please help your child dress for success

April 11 and 18: Guest art instructors from the University of Montana

April 18-22: I Love Reading Week (more info coming soon)

April 26 and 27: SBAC Testing (more info coming soon)


Nuts and Bolts:

  • Outdoor lunch: As the weather warms up, we'll be eating lunch outside. Please remind your student to bring a warm layer to school every day.
  •  SBAC Testing: Standardized testing begins in 3rd grade. Beginning the last week of April, 3rd grade wil be taking the SBAC. This is an important test for measuring progress, especially after the last few years of interrupted school. I will send more information soon, but in the meantime, our class has been talking about minimizing screen time at home, getting lots of fresh air, and getting lots of rest. Thanks for your help preparing your student!