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Title: Welcome to Curriculum Night!

Welcome to Curriculum Night!
  • After signing in on the orange sheet, please find
    your childs desk.
  • Read your letter from your child. Please write
    back to them too!
  • Please take the Curriculum Night Follow-up
    sheet home to complete send it to school
    tomorrow with your student.
  • If you have time to help please sign-up for a
    volunteer opportunity. You can leave it tonight,
    send it in tomorrow or email me in the next few

  • Agenda
  • A bit about me
  • Code of Conduct
  • Curriculum Overview
  • Daily Schedule
  • Homework
  • Details
  • Questions

Our Classroom Code of Conduct
  • Show respect to everyone
  • every day.
  • Work hard try our best
  • every day.
  • This code was written by the students in Mrs.
    Lyons 3rd Grade class on the 9th of

The Nuts Bolts of Our Smooth Operation
  • Lend-A-Hand student jobs
  • Class Marble Jar
  • Team Points
  • Individual - Color Chart auction tickets
  • Blue You are spot on!
  • Yellow Student/teacher private conference and a
    privilege revoked based on infraction
  • Red I will contact parents (call or email)

Writing Reading
  • Writing for Stamina
  • Writer's workshop
  • Writing
  • Units of Study
  • Narrative true story
  • Opinion persuade
  • Informational
  • Once upon a time
  • Cursive Handwriting
  • Reading for Stamina
  • Listen Share
  • Conference with Mrs. Lyons
  • Guided Reading Groups
  • Grammar Time-for-20
  • Vocabulary
  • Making Meaning Program

Making Meaning
  • Units of Study for 3rd Grade
  • Schema/Making Connections
  • Making Inferences
  • Visualizing
  • Wondering/Questioning
  • Determining Important Idea
  • Understanding Text Structure
  • Summarizing

  • Operations Algebraic Thinking
  • Problem solving in multiplication division
    (working to 4-steps)
  • Understand properties of multiplication and the
    relationships between Multiplication division
  • Multiply and divide within 100
  • Solve problems - identify explain patterns in
  • Number Operations in Base Ten
  • Use place value understanding properties to
    perform multi-digit math
  • Geometry
  • Understand concepts of area related to
    multiplication addition
  • Measurement Data
  • interpret data estimate
  • Number Operations
  • develop understanding fractions as numbers
  • Math Stations
  • practice math tiles, games, reasoning,

  • Study life cycles, specifically Northwest Salmon
  • Study Rocks and Minerals
  • Weather Observe patterns over the seasons
  • Study forms of energy with a focus on water our

Social Studies
  • Study Citizenship our Rights , Responsibilities,
    common good American Symbols
  • Northwest Coastal Native Americans
  • Westward Movement Pioneer Life

  • Introduction to basic operations and concepts.
  • Tools that may include word processing database,
    graphics, multimedia
  • Keyboarding Type to Learn
  • Network Skills navigate to folder on server,
    save to USB, I-XL, and EDM

Health Fitness
  • A variety of lessons will be taught addressing
  • Learn how our nutrition choices effect our body
    composition physical performance
  • Prevent /reduce risks of contracting communicable
    non- communicable disease
  • Stress management techniques
  • Decision-making skills
  • Water Safety and Swimming

Our Daily Schedule
  • 830
  • 845-1000
  • 1000-1015
  • 1015-1050
  • 1050-1120
  • 1120-1145
  • 1145-1225
  • 1125-1205
  • 1230-135
  • 135-155
  • 155-245
  • 230-245
  • 245
  • 255
  • Morning Work Business
  • Literacy/Writing Block
  • Snack (Please have a water bottle)
  • Literacy/Writing Block
  • Specialist
  • Vocabulary Studies/Writers Share
  • Lunch/Recess
  • (Wednesday Lunch/Recess -1245 Dismissal)
  • Math
  • Recess
  • Science/Social Studies/W.I.P.
  • (Friday Class meeting)
  • Assignment Calendar, Pack Up
  • Dismissal

Specialist Schedule
  • Week A
  • Monday Music 1050-1120am
  • Tuesday P.E. 1050-1120am
  • Wednesday no specialist
  • Thursday Library 1050-1120am
  • Friday P.E. 1050-1120am
  • Week B
  • Monday Art 1015-1115am
  • Tuesday Music 1050-1120am
  • Wednesday P.E. 1045-1115am
  • Thursday Library 1045-1115am
  • Friday Music 1050-1120am

  • Daily Assignments
  • Everyday Math Monday through Wednesday
  • Challenge Math
  • Projects
  • Writing Binder Collage
  • Book Talks
  • Assignment Calendar
  • Students write assignments. Folders are collected
    on Thursday, filled, scored and sent home Friday.
    Please sign the bottom of the calendar for your
    student to bring to class on Monday, for me to

Miscellaneous Information
  • Student Fees
  • Time for Kids magazine National Geographic
    Explorers magazine
  • 3rd Grade students will also have a fee for the
    Issaquah Salmon Hatchery Field Trip coming up in
    October. (More info will be sent home)
  • Margie is working on the total cost, so parents
    can pay one time for everything. All fees are
    paid on line at https//web.issaquah.wednet.edu/t
  • Please provide a healthy snack every day. This
    should be quick easy to eat.
  • Please send in a Water bottle each day
  • Please check our classroom website for
  • ISD adoption of a new report card

Thank You for Coming
Mrs. Lyons Contact Details
lyonsj_at_issaquah.wednet.edu Classroom Phone
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