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Homework

3rd Grade Homework Schedule 1/22-1/26

*This week we will begin reading our new novel, Westward to Home.  This is an exciting story of one boy’s journey on the Oregon Trail.  Spelling homework for the several weeks will be done on loose-leaf paper (no Journey’s packets). 

*Please remember to send the animal report research materials with your child on Monday!

Monday:         Math-Three digit subtraction worksheet and timed multiplication test corrections (if needed) and                                    signed by parent

                        Spelling: Write each Spelling word and sentences 1 and 2 three times each (in cursive)

                        Reading-Reading Log 20 minutes (parents sign)

Tuesday:         Math– Bridges worksheet pg. 102 and timed multiplication test corrections (if needed) and signed by                             parent

                        Spelling: Write spelling words in ABC order; Write sentences 1 and 2 one time each.

                       Reading-Reading Log 20 minutes (parents sign)

Wednesday: Math-Home Connections worksheet pgs. 61-62 and timed multiplication test corrections (if needed)                             and signed by parent

                        Spelling: Write each spelling word in a sentence (one time) and underline the word.  Sentences must                           be a minimum of 7 words.  Then write required sentences 1 and 2 one time each.

                        Social Studies: Study notes from Social Studies Weekly for tomorrows test; Be sure to study the

parts that we underlined in red pen so that you are prepared!

Thursday:    Math-Bridges worksheet pg. 109 and multiplication test corrections (if needed) and signed by a                                     parent

Spelling: Pre-test on loose-leaf (words and sentences)

                      Reading-Reading Log 20 minutes (parents sign)

 

This Week’s Spelling Rule: Westward to Home words

window rocking trail
journal twin hunt
tomorrow morning night
cousin shrugged shook
destiny after week
horse nodded oxen

 

  1. We will leave tomorrow morning after sunrise.
  2. The oxen pulled the wagon on the trail.