3rd Grade Teacher
We draw conclusions every day without thinking about it. This week we want the students to become aware of their thinking. When we draw conclusions, we use what we see or read combined with what we already know to draw a conclusion. For example: The water was as blue as the sky. A calm breeze blew across my face as I watched the boat disappear from view. I dug my toes into the warm sand and began to relax.
You could draw the conclusion that I am at the beach.
A summary is a short retell of a story. I like to use Somebody/ Wanted/But/So/Then.
For example: Cinderella wanted to go to the ball, but her stepmother wouldn’t let her. So, Cinderella was helped by her fairy godmother to go to the ball. Then she lost her shoe which the prince used to find her, and they lived happily ever after.
Spelling- ei and eigh
Ei can create the sound of long e like in ceiling.
Eigh can create the sound of long a like in neighbor.
Eigh can create the sound of long I like in height.
Grammar-Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
Adverbs are words that describe verbs. They answer the questions when, how, and where. Comparative adverbs compare two actions. They will end in -er or have the word more before them if they are a longer adverb. Superlative adverbs compare more than two actions. They will end in -est or have the word most before them if they are a longer adverb.
Perimeter is the distance around a shape or object. A fence or baseboard would be measured by perimeter. If you are measuring a square, all sides will be the same in length. A rectangle will have opposite sides of the same length. An equilateral triangle will have all sides the same length. Often, we use this information to find the missing length of a side.
Social Studies- Economics Week 19
Students will learn about economics as they read this week. Economics is the study of production, consumption, and wealth.
Science- What is gravity?
Gravity is the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth.
Math/ Science/ Social Studies/Language Arts/ Reading
I earned a Bachelors Degree in Childhood Education from Auburn University at Montgomery in 2016
I also earned a Master's Degree in Early Childhood from Auburn University at Montgomery in 2017.
I have taught in Montgomery, Costa Rica, and Africa. Now, I am blessed to call Pine Level my home.
I moved to Louisiana from Lowndsboro, Alabama when I was 13 years old. Later we moved to Fairhope, Alabama where I graduated high school. I played a year of college softball at Bishop State Community College before transferring to Auburn University at Montgomery. I have custody of a little boy who also attends Pine Level. I have been to Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Costa Rica, Israel, and Mexico. I love traveling, the outdoors, and spending time with my family, however my greatest joy comes from teaching.