School dismissal is at 1:15 PM every Wednesday. Regular school dismissal is 2:40 PM
Important dates: What's new at school:
Wed., 10/10-Oster Steam Night 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Fri., 10/19 Staff Development -No School
Thurs., 10/31 Halloween Parade and Party
Nov. 5-15 Parent/Teacher Conferences
Nov. 19-23 Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 21-Jan 4-Winter Break
Fri. 1/18- Staff Development Day-No School
Mon. 1/21-MLK , Jr. Holiday
Feb. 18-22- Feb Break
March 7-15- Parent/Teacher Conference
Mon. 5/27 Memorial Day No School
Fri. 6/7 Last Day of School 12:15 p.m. Early Dismissal
Flex Reading: To maximize student learning, Oster School utilizes a flexible reading approach. Students are assigned to "Flex Reading" groups which are designed to create learning opportunities to meet students at their instructional level.
Home Reading: Your third grader should be reading 20 minutes at home daily. Some picture books are quite sophisticated and worthwhile for 8-9 year olds. Given their maturity levels, it is still wonderful to share the reading with your child; you can read one page and s/he can read the next. Take turns and enjoy the bonding experience. You will be modeling the love and importance of reading! Otherwise, I am encouraging my students to read chapter books.
If you need to contact me please feel free to call or email! Phone-(408)266-8121 ext. 23016 email@example.com
For fun and educational websites for kids, visit our "resources" page. The following enrichment activities may be suitable for your child as your budget and interests allow: Playing a board or card game at home Participation in family walks, hikes, or bike rides Cooking of easy recipes for a family meal Joining athletic activites or attending sporting events Participation in musical or theater arts Working on jigsaw puzzles Time for free play or toys of imaginary games Beach time(we are only @ 30 min. away)
Language Arts and Writing: Grade 3 First trimester writing focuses on narrative writing. The students will write personal and creative narratives on a variety of subjects. Math: Union School District's Common Core Math program is Eureka Math. The year begins with an in depth study of multiplication, division and rounding concepts. Please work with your child in the memorization of his/her multiplication and division facts within 100. The first trimester also reviews addition, subtraction and place value concepts taught in previous years. For math homework help, click the following link: sites.google.com/unionsd.org/usdmath/grade-3
Science & Social Studies: Science themes for grade 3 consist of Invisible Forces, Stormy Skies, Power of Flowers, and Animals. Social studies themes for grade 3 consist of local communities, geography, Native American tribes indigenous to our region and study of local economy, government and citizenship.
Homework 3rd grade homework consists of 20 minutes of nightly reading, 10 minutes of math facts practice and one page of Eureka Math each night. The Eureka Math is a review which comes from the problem set in class each day. It is crucial that 3rd graders learn their multiplication and division facts. We will use the Xtra math website in class and this site can be used at home also for your nightly math facts practice.
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