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Monday, September 18, 2017

Room 205 Chromebook Logins

Parents of Room 205, Grade 3ELL,


All students need headphones or earbuds. We use the computer everyday for academic work. Please send in earbuds or headphones for your child to use everyday.

The following are logins and passwords for our frequently used accounts.


To go into our Chromebooks:
Username: s8_ _ _ _ _ _@providenceschools.org
Password: school18
Each student has a Google account for Providence Schools. That is their google account login and password.


*Some students have changed their passwords to s8_ _ _ _ _ _ because we had to follow the directions. Most of the students’ passwords are school18.*


Clever.com
Log in as a student.
School: Feinstein (Broad)
8_ _ _ _ _ _
8_ _ _ _ _ _


In clever.com, we have access to Dreambox, Lexia Core 5, and MyOn.


For testing, students will click on providenceschools.org bookmarks at the top of the page and choose: Star Testing
Username: 8_ _ _ _ _ _
Password: Birthdate using numbers
For example, if their birthday is September 30, 2008, then their password would be “09302008

To play at home:


To sign in to Lexiacore5.com at home, you will need my email address, that is Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org.


To sign in to Dreambox, you must type in this website: play.dreambox.com/login/hg9h/feinsteinb


Then the students must pick Chuk, their name, then the picture password---
boys are the pencils, girls are the flowers.


Mstchuk.blogspot.com
This is my class blog. Students have access to many learning sites that will teach them keyboarding, reading, writing, listening, math, in the form of games. There are many links I have posted that are great resources for everyone in your family.


If you have any questions, please contact me at Thay.Chuk@providenceschools.org.


Thank you,

Thay Chuk, M.Ed.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Schedule Room 205 2017-2018

Remember to wear sneakers every Tuesday and Friday.

TIME
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
8:55-9:00
AUDITORIUM
9:00-9:15
Breakfast/Morning Work
9:15-9:45
Math
Gym- Bagley
Science/S.Studies
Math
Math
9:45-10:15
10:15-10:45
Group B- Music        Group A- Art
ELA
ELA
10:45-11:15
Group A- Music        Group B- Art
ELA
Health- Bagley
(in the Library)
ELA
Gym-Bagley
11:15-11:45
Lunch
11:50-12:20
Recess   (11:50-12:10)
Recess   (11:50-12:10)
Recess   (11:50-12:10)
Recess   (11:50-12:10)
Recess   (11:50-12:10)
12:25-12:55
ELA
ELA
ELA
ELA
ELA
1:00-1:30
 ELA- Small Group           (Tier 3)
 ELA- Small Group           (Tier 3)
 ELA- Small Group           (Tier 3)
 ELA- Small Group           (Tier 3)
Enrichment
1:30-2:00
2:00-2:30
ELA
Math
Math
Library
2:30-3:00
Science/S.Studies
Science/S.Studies
STUDENT DISMISSAL         (2:11PM-2:21PM)
3:00-3:31

3:31-3:41
STUDENT DISMISSAL

*** Recess may not be taken away for disciplinary measures



Thursday, August 31, 2017

Student bedtime by age and wake up time.


The 2017-2018 school year is here! First day of school is Tuesday, September 5, 2017

September 5, 2017
Dear Students and Families,
Welcome to third grade. My name is Ms. Chuk and I will be your child’s 3rd grade teacher. I look forward to working with and getting to know you and your child. We are working to enforce Common Core State Standards. In Reading and Writing, I will be utilizing resources from the Reading Street program, Eureka ELA, as well as any other resources that will teach the students all the skills they need this year. I will be working hard to continue to develop and strengthen your child’s reading skills. Math will include resources from Eureka Math, MyMath, as well as other sources that will reinforce CCSS. Reading homework will usually be reading and possibly a writing sheet or two, and Math homework usually reinforces the math lesson of that day. Homework will usually be assigned at the beginning of the week and will be due Friday.
In Science, there will be hands-on activities that your child will enjoy while learning valuable science concepts and scientific methods. Social Studies will include geography, history, and behavior lessons, along with some current events. Your child will also be doing lots of writing in this school year. We will be working very hard in room 205 this year. Your support at home is very important to your child’s success in school. I greatly appreciate your help and support at home.


This support includes:
  • Making sure your child has excellent attendance and has an early bedtime. When your child is absent just one day they miss a great deal of instruction.  The 3rd grade curriculum is rigorous and your child will be working hard in school each day.  Your child needs to be in school everyday and well rested to keep up with all the daily lessons in each subject.
  • Limiting the amount of television and video games played during the school week.  Saving these activities for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is a good way to reward daily reading and homework completion.
  • Monitoring your child’s homework and daily home reading.  
  • Reminding them to be Respectful, Responsible, and Kind.
  • Monitoring school supplies.  Your child must come prepared to work; this includes having pencils and their homework folder every day.
  • Practice speaking English as much as possible.


This support is crucial to your child’s success. I look forward to working together with you to ensure that your child has a successful and exciting school year. I feel that it is important to have an open line of communication between home and school. Please send me a note with your child if you have any questions or concerns, or leave me a message at school at 456-9367, or contact me through email at Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org. You can also visit my blog at http://www.mstchuk.blogspot.com. It is my hope that we can work as partners throughout the school year in order to ensure an enriching and fun school year for your child.

Sincerely,
Thay Chuk, M. Ed.
Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org
401-456-9367

Monday, April 3, 2017

Practice Typing

Go to typing.com to practice typing in order to prepare for the PARCC testing coming up next week. Use your login and work on your account to keep track of your progress.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Snow Day February 10, 2017


              Stay safe. Enjoy the snow day.

                            🌨☃❄🏂⛷

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Snow Day February 9, 2017



Stay warm, stay safe, and enjoy the snow.
                       ❄🌨☃🏂⛷🎿☃🌨❄





Saturday, October 29, 2016

Student Google Accounts

FYI to families of Grade 3ELL Room 205

Students have their own individual google accounts! They have been practicing signing in using their own unique accounts in class with me at school. They will have access to any Google platform if they remember their usernames and passwords. 

If you have any questions, just send me a message here, to one of my emails: Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org OR Thay.Chuk@providenceschools.org, send a message on remind.com, reply to any message I sent you through remind.com, or just send a note to me with your child.

Have fun learning!

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Signing into MyOn

In order for you to sign onto MyOn, you must first go to clever.com

Once you go into clever.com, click on Log In at the top right hand side.
Then click Student.
If it asks for the school name, type in: Feinstein (Broad).
Then sign in using your Username: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Then type in your password: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 

Be sure that you see your name at the top right hand side. Read and listen to the great variety of books offered. Search for books you are interested in, listen as the computer reads the book to you. Pay close attention because you will need to write a little about the book and answer some questions.

Enjoy reading!

Our Technology Access

Our class has access to wonderful learning websites. These include the following:

MATH:
Dreambox
firstinmath.com

READING/WRITING/LISTENING
lexiacore5.com
MyOn

The students have their own unique codes in order to go into their accounts and play.

Please give them computer time at home or at the library to "play" on these websites in order for them to improve their skills.

At school, they have access to Chromebooks and laptops during their technology center time to "play" on these websites. The students are having so much fun while enhancing their English acquisition.

Happy learning!

Friday, October 7, 2016

Remind.com

It is wonderful for my class to be able to participate in the instant messaging app, remind.com. Many parents have joined and are receiving current messages from me. If you are a current family of my students in the 2016-2017 school year, please contact me for instructions to join our free messaging group.

Have a wonderful day!
~Ms. Chuk

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Welcome Letter to Parents and Students who will be in Ms. Chuk's ELL Class

**First Day of School is September 6, 2016**

Dear Students and Families,
            Welcome to third grade.  My name is Ms. Chuk and I will be your child’s 3rd grade teacher.  I look forward to working with and getting to know you and your child.  I will be incorporating  blended learning into the classroom and students will have more time to work on the computer than in previous years. We are continuing with the Common Core State Standards.  There is a link on my blog that will lead you to the standards so that you will know what your child is learning and you may be able to provide them with some extra support and reinforcement of the lessons learned in school, at home.  Students will have homework Monday –Thursday, mostly in the form of a packet so that busy families can find time to help students as needed; however, students should be able to complete the homework on their own as it is a reinforcement of the lessons learned in school. Math homework usually reinforces the math lesson of that day or a review of lessons previously learned.  Reading homework will be reading for 20 minutes each night to reinforce and improve their reading skills and an occasional Reading Street lesson.  In Science, we have a lot of hands-on activities that your child will enjoy while learning valuable science concepts and scientific methods.  
We will be working very hard in room 205 this year to prepare students with 21st Century Skills to get them college and career ready.  Your support at home is very important to your child’s success in school.  I greatly appreciate your help and support at home.  

This support includes and is not restricted to: 
  1.  Making sure your child has excellent attendance and has an early bedtime. When your child is absent just one day they miss a great deal of instruction.  The 3rd grade curriculum is rigorous and your child will be working hard in school each day.  Your child needs to be in school everyday and well rested to keep up with all the daily lessons in each subject.
  2. Limiting the amount of television and video games played during the school week is a big priority.  Saving these activities for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is a good way to reward daily reading and homework completion. 
  3. Monitoring your child’s homework and daily home reading.
  4. Reminding them to be Respectful, Responsible, and Kind.
  5. Monitoring school supplies.  Your child must come prepared to work; this includes having pencils and their homework folder everyday.

            This support is crucial to your child’s success.  I look forward to working together with you to ensure that your child has a successful and exciting school year.  I feel that it is important to have an open line of communication between home and school.  Please send me a note with your child if you have any questions or concerns, or leave me a message at school at 456-9367, or contact me through email at Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org.  You can also visit my blog at http://www.mstchuk.blogspot.com. It is my hope that we can work as partners throughout the school year in order to ensure an enriching and fun school year for your child.

Sincerely,
Thay Chuk, M. Ed.
Thay.Chuk@ppsd.org


401-456-9367

School Shopping List

I hope you are having a wonderful summer! The start of the new school year is getting close.

When you arrive on your first day of school, you will already find many school supplies waiting for you. 

There are a few things you will need to bring from home for the year. 

Here is a list of items you will need for third grade:
  • 1 Composition Books (Black & White- or any color of your choice, labeled as Science/Social Studies)
  • 5- 1 subject notebooks- (labeled as Reading, Math, Small Group and Writing)
  • 5 folders (Labeled as Homework, Reading/Writing, Math, Science/Social Studies)2 Jumbo or XL Cloth Book Covers (can be found at Staples/Target/WalMart/Benny’s/CVS/Walgreens/Dollar Store...) These will be used to cover your Science and Reading Street Books.
  • 1 Plastic or Cloth Pencil Box (Labeled with Student's Name)
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 1 box of pencils
  • 2 pens (black or blue)
  • 1 sharpener (with cover)
  • 1 box of crayons or colored pencils (Box Labeled with Name)
  • Ziplock Bags to hold index cards and headphones/earbuds
  • Headphones/Earbuds
  • Tissues
  • Cleaning Wipes to clean personal desks
  • Hand Sanitizer


If you are unable obtain any or all of these items, please do not worry. I will try my best to find a way to get the items for the students who truly need them.

Enjoy the rest of your summer days. See you on September 6, 2016!