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Third Grade Activities
Directions: Students please complete the assignments for each day.
You will be rereading The Stories Julian Tells. You will be reading about 3 chapters per day beginning on Day 2. If you finish the book before we return to school, please find another book to read.
● Explore in your backyard or a family member’s backyard
● You will need to find at least 2 plants or seeds native to Wisconsin (example: grass, tree, dandelion). Draw a representation of the plant/seed be sure to include an illustration with labels of your plant or seed and write a description of your plant.
Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
● Read your assigned book (chapters 1-3). Write a summary of the chapter read for the day.
● Read your assigned book (chapters 4-6). Write about the protagonist (main character) and share his/her character traits.
● Read your assigned book. Write 5 unknown words along with their definition and page number from the book.
● Read your assigned book (chapters 7-9). Review all of your chapters and find any figurative language used by the author. For example, she ran as fast as a cheetah (simile) and the snow is a white blanket (metaphor). If you are unable to find any figurative language, write 2 examples of each type (2 similes and 2 metaphors).
● REMINDER: Similes are comparisons of two unlike things using like or as. Metaphors are comparisons of two unlike things without the use of words like or as.
● Read your assigned book (chapters 10-12). Identify 3 cause and effect scenarios related to your assigned book.
Day 7 Day 8
● Read your assigned book (chapters 13-15). Create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting the protagonist of your assigned book to Edward Tulane.
● Read your assigned book (chapters 16-18). Sequence the events of your book. Be sure to include events that happened at the beginning, middle and end of your book.
● Read your assigned book (chapters 19-21). Summarize the book to a family member and talk about the plot of your story. List the exposition (background information), rising action (what changes in the story to hook you as a reader), climax (this is where the story is the most pivotal/interesting- example, Edward’s head being crushed at Neal’s Diner), falling action (things are slowing down), and resolution (how does it end?). Use the Plot Diagram worksheet to share your thinking.
● Practice your multiplication math facts. Create flashcards (x2s, x10s, x5s, x4s, x1s, x0s). Have someone practice facts with you for at least 10 minutes.
● Complete your assigned book (chapters 22-26). You are now the director of a movie based on your book! Create a movie poster to share information with the audience. Use the construction paper to complete your poster OR you may write a song/rap about your assigned book. Be sure to share this poster or your song/rap with your family and friends!
Third Grade School Closing Math Assignment- Show all work on separate scratch paper.
*Michael made a rectangular vegetable garden in his backyard. Michael wants to divide the garden into 8 equal sections. How can Michael divide the garden so that all 8 sections are equal? Draw two different ways to partition a rectangle into 8 equal sections.
*Write the fractions that are equivalent to the fractions 2/6, 3/6, and 4/6, in the correct locations on the number line below.
*Look at the bar graph. How many more people chose bananas as their favorite fruit than chose pears as their favorite fruit?
*Create a dot plot to show the four strings listed below:
measurements of the
6. 2 1⁄4 inches 7. 2 inches
8. 3.75 inches 9. 1 inch
10. 1 1⁄4 inch
1. 2 inches
2. 3 inches
3. 1.5 inches
4. 2.25 inches
5. 3 3⁄4 inches
*Naya has 7 packages of pens. Each package holds 5 pens. Fill in the numbers to make a true number sentence that shows the total number of pens Naya has.
*There are 28 markers for the class to share. The teacher divides these markers equally into 7 groups. Drag the markers onto the area labeled Group 1 below to show how many markers each group will have.
*What number makes the number sentence below true?
*Which expression below is equal to the expression (16 × 5) × 14?
*Ethan’s birthday party started at 4:30 p.m. The last guest left at 6:32 p.m. How long did Ethan’s party
*Lisa started reading her book at 11:45. She stopped reading at 12:40 to have lunch. How many minuteslast? did Lisa read her book?
*Look at the graph below. How many more sunny days were there in January compared to March?
*Circle the shapes that are not quadrilaterals into the box entitled “Not Quadrilaterals.”
*Ignacio had 40 trading cards. He won 15 more trading cards in a contest. He separated all of his trading cards into 5 equal groups. How many trading cards were in each group?
*The music room has red, blue, and green chairs. There are 10 red chairs and 12 blue chairs. There are 4 times as many green chairs as red chairs. How many chairs are there altogether?
*Amanda made the tablecloth below in the sewing class.
What is the area, in square feet, of the tablecloth?
*The perimeter of Rashon’s patio is 22 meters. The width of the patio is 3 meters. What is the length of the patio?
*There are about 700 students in Lee’s school.
Which could be the number of boys and the number of girls?
*The books that Gina and Katie are reading have about 500 total pages.
Which could be the number of pages in each girl’s book?
*Tom has 114 baseball cards. He kept 10 for himself and shared the rest evenly among 8 of his friends. How many cards did each of his friends get?
*A teacher bought 12 packs of crayons. 7 of the packages had 9 crayons in them and the other 5 packages had 10 crayons. How many of the crayons
PE workout plan for home
– 25 Jumping jacks
– 10 Push-ups
– 10 Four-count sit-ups
– Straddle stretch (10 counts each: stretch to center, right side, left side, and back to center)
– Jog in place for 2 minutes
– 10 Arm circles forward, 10 backward, 10 turn the doorknobs, 10 palms down small lifts, 10
palms up small lifts
– Three sets of 10-count bicycles
– Two sets of straight leg stretches, 10 counts each
– 8 Regular jumping jacks, 8 double-jacks, 8 four-count jacks
– 10 Push-ups
– 10-count bicycles and 10-count scissors (2 sets each)
– Straddle stretch for 10 counts and 10-count butterfly stretch
– Dance to your favorite song
– 10 Arm circles forwards, 10 backwards, 10 doorknob turns, 10 small lifts with palms down, 10
small lifts with palms up.
– 10 Sit-ups
– Hurdler stretch- 10 seconds for each https://www.pecentral.org/websites/kidsites.htmlh leg
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– Material: pencil, markers, crayons, water, colors, paint, color pencil and or house supplies.
– Activity 1: look outside of your window and draw what you see.
– Activity 2: Using flour and water make little balls of dough to create an abstract sculpture.
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– Chose a fun activity of your choice from www.crayola.com
Library activities for home
– Read to someone (a sibling, parent, grandparent, friend, ect.)
– Create a new ending for a book you read
– Make your own “Peace Place” and read
Music activities for home
– Make your own musical instrument and create a song
– Shuffle their playlist on their electronic devices to expand their musical knowledge .Expose them to
music they’ve never heard before while getting the whole family involved.
– Grandparents and other family members can all play in this musical activity that teaches kids about a variety of music, musicians, and the history behind the music genres.
– Have the family make their own playlist of songs they grew up listening to and then have them share that music with their kids.
– Make Your Own Music Instruments
– Make beats and rhythms on a homemade drum or a shoebox guitar. By using some household items to make your own musical instruments.
– Play Musical Games
– Musical games like: Dancing, singing, jumping, and freeze games all with the goal of building a child’s musical talents.
– Record instrument sounds and play them back to see if they can get the answer right, or create a music trivia game and act out the answers.
WHEN ALL 10 DAYS ARE COMPLETE, PLEASE REPEAT. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT REVIEW.