It is time for our third grade students to get ready to go to Wonderworks in Orlando! Our class will be going on Monday, March 6th. We are very excited about this upcoming field trip and we know that our students will enjoy a day full of hands on learning experiences. The cost of the trip will be $34.50 for each student and includes admission, lunch, and transportation. Payment and consent form are due no later than Thursday, February 23rd.
Connect ED: Please use the ConnectED website to help your child with their reading and social studies skills. This site has the student book available, as well as videos and interactive games to help your child. The website to log on to is: http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
Think Central: Please use the Think Central website to help your child with their math and science skills. This site has the student book available to view, as well as destination math and mega math. These programs review the skills taught in class. The website to log on to is: www.thinkcentral.com
Spelling City: Spelling City can be used at your child's pace, for extra practice mastering the spelling words assigned each week. Transform any word list into a fun activity. Choose from over 30 learning games. They'll have so much fun; they won't even realize they're learning! http://www.spellingcity.com/mildelfin/
Box Tops for Education: Our class is collecting Box Tops for Education and could really use your support. Just look for the Box Tops logo on hundreds of grocery and household product, clip the label, and send them in to our classroom. We are trying to earn "free" money for our school (each label is worth 10 cents). So before you throw away any of your used items, please check to see if there is a box top label you can clip for our class. Thank you in advance for your support!
Dates to Remember:
March 6th: Wonderworks Field Trip
March 7th: Buffalo P.R.I.D.E Meeting
March 9th: 3rd 9 Weeks End
March 10th: No School - Teacher Professional Day!
March 13th-17th: Spring Break!
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." - William Butler Yeats