Stonegate Elementary School

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Class Novel

  • Students will be working in literature groups to read and analyze text.
  • Our new class novel is Kate DiCamillo's story of how a young girl in the South adopts a stray dog, and all the adventures that result.

Tina Rosales

Upcoming events

 

  • Sutter's Fort, Indian Museum field trip for all third grades planned for F, March 31st.
  • SPRING BREAK : 4/10/17 - 4/14/17
  • Egg Drop: Students decorate and design a safe transport vehicle  for an egg for F, April 21st
  • Crocker Art Museum, Old Schoolhouse / Old Sac field trip for Cruz and Rosales planned for T, April 25th.
  • Smarter Balanced testing window opens May 1st.  Visit the following link to access practice tests and sign in as "GUEST:"    http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/

Go Math

This week :


  • Students will be using "Engage NY" curriculum to compare fractions using number lines.
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  • Students can log on to "ThinkCentral" to access third grade math curriculum using their district login:
  • username: first name/last initial/ last 4 digits of lunch #
  •  password: 5 digit lunch #

Megawords 2: Prefixes & Suffixes

The following is the list of our spelling words this week:

 
1) remind           6) preview

2) decrease       7) persuade

3) describe        8) unfinished

4) subtract         9) increase

5) promise        10) explain

 

Geometry


Students will begin to study geometry vocabulary and concepts in combination with designing houses to determine area.

Studentreasures publishing

Students are composing and illustrating a class book about their dreams for the future.  This book will be available for purchase through http://www.studentreasures.com before spring break.
 

Native Americans of California


Students will use their Reflections Social Studies text to research California Native American tribes from different regions.

Physical Education


Given clear skies and dry courts, students will have the opportunity to practice P.E. skills such as dribbling, catching and throwing in addition to team games.

Daily Schedule

8:10 - 9:00       Daily Math and Grammar

9:00 - 9:30       Megawords (spelling and phonics)

 

9:30 - 9:50       Recess

 

9:50 - 10:30     Literature Study 

10:30 - 11:00   Regrouping and ELD or Resource

 

11:00 - 11:50    Lunch

 

11:50 - 1:10      Math

 

1:10 - 1:30        Recess

 

1:30 - 2:30       Social Studies, Science, Art or Writing

 

PE is practiced throughout the day as brain breaks, and throughout the week.