Third graders have been busy exploring and learning a few special things about Louisiana. Reading and writing are important skills for third graders to further develop, so what better way to practice those skills than reading Cajun Folktales and writing their own folktales? Everyone enjoys a good Cajun folktale.
Lemanski’s Literary Leaders are learning the four types of sentences. Look what the students in Mrs. Lemanski, Ms. Tullier, and Mrs. Kelly’s class are doing! They are dancing to the song about the 4 types of sentences! Can you name the 4 types of sentences?
These students are expanding their writing skills and creativity by writing a “fractured” fairytale. A fractured fairytale is a rewrite of the original fairytale with the author(s)’s own twist. Setting, plot, characters, events, timing, etc may be completely different from the original.
Wow! Third graders have been busy in Social Studies and ELA! We have been learning all about our great state of Louisiana! The students have been studying our unique culture, including food, music, language, and festivals. The classes are reading folktales with a Cajun twist! We have learned about our natural resources and how they help the economy. Third graders have completed research projects on one of our natural resources, cotton.Third grade rocks!
Third grade students have been working hard to solve multiplication and division problems! During WIN time, students who needed to extend their learning beyond the classroom participated in an Escape Room activity.
Our first big projects in art were drawing self-portraits. 4th grade drew the top half of their face, holding a loose-leaf piece of paper that listed two of their goals for the year.
Our first big projects in art were drawing self-portraits. Each project was drawn using pencil and was decorated by outlining in marker and coloring it in with either crayon or colored pencils.
Calendar & Category Legend:
- Central Intermediate
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