• Third Grade Team
    Mrs. Cauthen, Ms. Foy, and Ms. Plato
     
     
     

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    2019/2020 Supply List  

     
     
     

     

    By the end of third grade, you can expect your child to:

     

    Work cooperatively and productively with other children in small groups to complete projects

    Understand how choices affect consequences

    Become more organized and logical in her thinking processes

    Build stronger friendships

    Be helpful, cheerful, and pleasant as well as rude, bossy, selfish, and impatient

    Be more influenced by peer pressure because friends are very important at this stage

    Like immediate rewards for behavior

    Be able to copy from a chalkboard

    Be able to write neatly in cursive because the small muscles of the hand have developed

    Read longer stories and chapter books with expression and comprehension

    Use prefixes, suffixes, and root words and other strategies to identify unfamiliar words

    Multiply single- and multi-digit numbers

    Divide multi-digit numbers by one-digit numbers

    Tell time to the half-hour and quarter-hour and to five minutes and one minute