Class 3A

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Ms. Johnstone

Adventure Awaits in 3A

A Note from Ms. Johnstone:

What a great year!  Thank you so much for all of the wonderful end of the year gifts, treats and thank you cards!  I am truly blessed to have taught such a wonderful class this past year!  I hope you all have an amazing summer!  Practice your math facts, read and pray everyday. Remember to try and check out some of the local historic “treasures” in our own backyard that we have talked about this year, in social studies and science.  (Heritage Day in Easton is July 10th)  When I get a chance I will post some other local places that would be great to visit!!  Wishing you all the best!  Come back and visit!  Much love and Many blessings!!!

Many Blessings,

Ms. Johnstone

Important Dates:

 

Our Focus:

Religion: 

 

Language Arts:  Unit 5 : 

The Big Idea: 

Concept: 

Essential Question: 

Stories: 

Genre: 

Comprehension Strategy

Comprehension Skill: 

Vocab: 

Vocab Skill: 

Use workshop and unit papers in multi pocket folder to study for reading tests.

Grammar:  Adverbs

Writing & Convections:  

Math: 

Social Studies:  

Homework

 

Test Schedule (Subject to Change)

 

 

Special Schedule 3A:  TBD for 2022-2023 School Year

Computers: Monday (Mrs. Salvemini)

Physical Education: Tuesday (Mrs. Blasi) Please wear gym uniform and sneakers.

Spanish: Tuesday (EOW) 

Library: Tuesday (Mrs. Lytwyn)

Art: Wednesday (Mrs. Waltz)

Music:  Wednesday (Mrs. Vin0viskis)

 

 

Helpful Websites

First in Math

Christ Our Life

Sadlier Connect

Username: Sadlier student    password ReadyToLearn!

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Fast and Fun Math week 5

*More parent information can be found online at www.stjaneschool.com/parents/

Wonders Reading Resource:
The login information will be taped in your child’s planner.
Please use the site to review stories, skills, & vocabulary at home.

 

Social Studies Mapping topics 1-8 and study guide

Reading Log forms Trimester 1

Trimester 2 Reading Log forms

Please note that your child has to read three times due the week and log the three times that they read, and then answer one question to answer.  The answer should be 5-6 sentences long.  Each week your child needs to choose a different question to answer.  (This information is all in a typed document in their reading log and is also available on a link above)

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