Third graders will expand upon skills developed in previous grades. Increased independence and study skills are encouraged. The transition is made from learning to read, to reading to learn. Students will have approximately 30-45 minutes of homework per night.

General Curriculum

Language Arts
Synonyms/antonyms, paragraph writing, parts of speech, editing, compare/contrast

Mathematics
Number sense, estimation, computation, patterns, introduce algebra, geometry, measurement, statistics/probability, multiplication/division

Social Studies
Time periods, geography/maps, Massachusetts/Holden, Pilgrims/Puritans, Revolutionary War, Wampanoags

Science
Rocks/minerals, layers of earth, severe weather, water cycle, solar system, life cycles, matter, simple machines, magnets, characteristics of animals

 

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3rd Grade Students

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    Third Grade Faculty

    Mrs. Manjarrez
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    Mrs. Sherblom
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    Mrs. Garabedian
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    Art
    Mrs. Wornham

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    Physical Education
    Mrs. Howell
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    Speech & Language Pathologist
    Mrs. Vecchione
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    Principal
    Mr. Norton's Facebook Page
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