Week 7.

Perimeter is much more fun when we are using yarn, rulers, tiles, and BeeBots!

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Week 6.

Students have been earning coins for respectful and on task behavior. On Friday they total their money and the students choose activities in order from highest to lowest totals. Then everyone has fun!

Supply list.

Welcome to third grade! I am very happy to have you as a student for the 2018–2019 school year. We are going to have a very exciting year.

If you would like to practice your skills over the summer, here are some things you can do:

  1. Read, read, read, and read as much as possible.
  2. Study addition and subtraction facts for quick recall.
  3. Visit the library and have the librarian help you find books that interest you.
  4. Study your multiplication facts (times tables).
  5. Keep a journal about your summer.

When shopping for school supplies, please purchase the following:

  1. 2 two-pocket folders (very important for organizational skills)
  2. Composition notebook (marble)
  3. Grid notebook
  4. Thin EXPO dry erase markers
  5. Sharpened pencils and erasers
  6. Markers, crayons, and colored pencils (for projects)
  7. Highlighters
  8. Scissors
  9. Glue sticks
  10. 4 spiral notebooks
  11. Hand-held pencil sharpener
  12. Boxes of tissues, hand soap, and hand sanitizer are welcome at any time throughout the school year!

I look forward to seeing you in August!

Mrs. Tremonte

My favorite memory of third grade.

My favorite memory of third grade is…

 

Braedyn—when James was laughing so hard he cried.

Leila—when we had an ice cream party and we had so many scoops we got crazy.

James—was earning the yellow bottle from Ms. Trish.

Dylan—when we were walking to Flatbread.

Leanne—being with all of my friends and most of all, Mrs. Tremonte.

Shaylin—when Leanne got the frosting from the cupcake on her face.

Petya—going to Flatbreads.

Annabel R.—was doing the Secret Soldier project.

Ilyas—playing basketball at recess.

Annabel C.—coloring with my friends.

Seriyah—meeting Mrs. Tremonte.

Rohan—was learning cursive.

Viola—is doing the Secret Soldier project.

Ava—was going to Flatbreads.

Brennan—when we got to see the Mayor of Somerville at City Hall.

Cecilia—is science.

Mihali—was burger day at lunch.

Voldemort—being in third grade.

Mrs. Tremonte—making the mosaic with The Beautiful Stuff

Ms. Trish—visiting the Mayor’s office.

Mr. Purvis—going to the Mayor’s office.

 

Supply List

I hope everyone is having a fun and relaxing summer. The start of the school year is rapidly approaching and there are already many great deals on school supplies.
When shopping for school supplies, please purchase the following:
2 two-pocket folders (very important for organizational skills)

Composition notebook (marble)

Grid notebook

Thin EXPO dry erase markers

Sharpened pencils (mechanical pencils are great) and erasers

Markers, crayons, and colored pencils (for projects)

Highlighters

Scissors

Glue sticks

4 spiral notebooks

Hand-held pencil sharpener

Boxes of tissues, hand soap, and hand sanitizer are welcome at any time throughout the school year!

Enjoy the rest of your summer vacation! See you in August!