Third Grade Remote Learning

Update March 30, 2020
Watch and listen to this story about fast typing!  You can practice your typing skills with the poems about nature below. 
Happy Monday 3rd Graders! 
Check-in with your teachers this week for new class content.  This site will have additional optional material you can explore at home.
New Content 3/23/2020
Hoola Hoopin Queen (teaching packet with language, math, and motor activities below)

Online Games


Common Sense Media

Addition Game - Deep Sea Duel - available in English & Spanish

Multiplication Practice - Equal Groups - Multiplication Mine

Multiplying by Breaking Apart - Bunny Times - Area Models

Strategy Game with Factors and Products (Multiplication) - Product Game

Fractions on Number Lines - Fraction Game

Welcome Third Graders!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!  
MARCH 17, 2020
Multiplication and Division (Standard: Understand the properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division.)
Fractions (Standard: Explain equivalence of fractions in special cases, and compare fractions by reasoning about their size.)

IXL  Sections W and X



Solve these multi-step problems with a partner at home. Explain your mathematical reasoning to another person in your house.

 blue dollar sign1.  Sarah was making a dress and needed 4 yards of fabric to make it. She chose a fabric which cost $6 per yard. Then her sister said she wanted to make the dress, too. How much fabric will they need for both dresses? How much will it cost for two dresses?


strawberry2.  The Lee family is at the Farmer's Market. They want to buy strawberries to make a dessert for a family party. They need 12 baskets of strawberries and want to spend the least amount of money on them. They have $25 with them. Here are the prices:
  • Basket: $3 a piece
  • Three-basket container: $7
  • Six-basket flat: $12
A.How much would 12 baskets cost at each price?
B.Which size is the best deal? How much money will they spend? Will they have any left?




Reading Literature (Standard:  Ask and answer questions to demonstrate an understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.)
Reading Informational (Standard: Compare and contrast the important points and key details presented in two texts.)
Vocabulary (Standard: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 3 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.)


Khan Academy Literature


IXL Sections W, X, Y


Explore Scholastic Learn at Home Stories and Activities





Writing (Standards:  Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.  Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.  Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.)

After reading The Time Capsule story above, write a paragraph about what you would put in a time capsule and why.  


Write an informational response about a school drill. (prompt below)


Write a fun narrative about a Leprechaun--remember to use creative, vivid vocabulary and your sequence words to show a clear beginning, middle, and end to your narrative.


Watch this video.  Read the book, Women and the Vote, with someone in your home.  Then make your own suffrage sign.  Be creative.
Watch these mystery science videos.  
Read about natural events--avalanches and erosion.  Then answer the question set.
Have fun in the kitchen with the science experiment--How much water is in ice?


Please practice the songs in your music folder on the recorder. Write in note names under each note to help you read music on the staff. If you are able to learn online, practice the songs on Quaver music.
  1. Log on to
  2. Create an account by clicking on the sign-up window in the right corner.
  3. Add this quaver code: 
Have fun exploring the website!
ART--Paint a Shamrock (directions below)