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Monday, November 17, 2014

REPORT CARDS

Report cards are going home today.  There are several important papers in the report card envelope.  Please read them carefully.  For our class, there are 2 report cards, one Common Core State Standards-based report card and one ELL report card.

Also, I have included the following letter about parent/teacher conference on Thursday, November 20th.

Please sign the report card envelope and return the purple parent/teacher conference letter, ELL insert and the envelope as soon as possible.

Thank you.

November 17, 2014

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Thursday, November 20th, I will be available for parent/teacher conferences regarding your child’s grades for 1st Quarter.  Please choose the best timeframe from the available times listed below.  If you are unable to make it Thursday, please write down your phone number or email address, and we may make an appointment, if you would like to meet.  I look forward to meeting with you.  If there are any questions or concerns, please email me at Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org.

 

Best regards,

Ms. Chuk

Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org

mstchuk.blogspot.com

 

Thursday, November 20th, 2014: Please check the best timeframe and I will schedule you in for a conference in between that time.

STUDENT NAME___________________________________________________

____4:00-5:00

____5:00-6:00

____6:00-7:00

____I do NOT need to attend a conference.

____I am unable to attend a conference at those times but would like to make an appointment, please contact me at:

Phone________________________Email_________________________________

 

Comments/Questions______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Saturday, November 8, 2014

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Clarification on the videos I posted to help you learn third grade math.

To Clarify,
I just posted a lot of math video and game links from our MyMath program by McGraw-Hill found on connected.McGraw-Hill.com. These videos can be seen when you are in our classroom and I cam logged into the website on my account.  You will have time to look at these videos during Math Center Time.

Scroll through this blog to see the many links.  I also posted the game links under "FUN RESOURCES".  You can play these games from anywhere you are.  I hope you have fun learning while watching the videos and playing games to improve your math skills! Have a wonderful weekend.

~Ms. Chuk

Use Multiplication to Find Combinations


Click on the link to learn how to: Use Multiplication to Find Combinations

Subtract Across Zero


Click on the link to learn how to: Subtract Across Zero

Problem Solving Skill: Estimate or Exact Answer

Click on the link to learn about the: Problem Solving Skill: Estimate or Exact Answer

Three-digit addition


Click on the link to review: Three-digit addition

Addition Properties


Click on the link to review: Addition Properties

Problem Solving: The Four-Step Plan


Click on the link to learn about: Problem Solving: The Four-Step Plan

Round to the nearest hundred


Click on the link to review: Round to the nearest hundred

Round to the nearest ten


Click to review: Round to the nearest ten

Mount Frost: Compare and Order Numbers to 100s

Click on the link to play a game: Mount Frost: Compare and Order Numbers to 100s

Bugle Farms: Compare Numbers


Click on the link to play a game: Bugle Farms: Compare Numbers

Scrambled Egg City: Compare Numbers to 1000


Click on the link to play a game: Scrambled Egg City: Compare Numbers to 1000

Place Value


Click on the link to review: Place Value

Problem Solving: Make a Table

Click on the link to learn about: Problem Solving: Make a Table

Explore Multiplication with Arrays

Click on the link to: Explore Multiplication with Arrays

FACTDASH MATH FACT PRACTICE GAME


Click on the link to play games while practicing all your math facts: add, subtract, multiply, divide, or mix it up.  Have fun learning math!

FACTDASH MATH FACT PRACTICE GAME

Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Click on the link to learn about: Multiplication as Repeated Addition