Third grade is an exciting year at Mountain View! Students transition from being dependent to independent learners. In all content areas, students work collaboratively on projects and we often bring in technology to enhance their learning. One special piece of third grade is learning cursive. We look forward to working with you and your family to make your third graders year a productive and fun one!
Daily Schedule Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:05 Morning Meeting
9:30 Guided Reading
12:45 Read Aloud
2:00 Social Studies/ Science
Daily Schedule Wednesday
9:45 Guided Reading
Adams 12 Daily Attendance Policy
Attendance must be taken daily and recorded in Infinite Campus by the conclusion of the regularly scheduled morning meeting (8:15), and after the conclusion of lunch/recess (no later than 12:00).
Students are considered in attendance if:
Student logs into a live, virtual class meeting and the teacher marks the student as present in Infinite Campus.
Teacher enters/modifies attendance in Infinite Campus based upon assigned daily classwork completion in Schoology.
In case of connectivity issues, parents must call the school to confirm their student is working independently at home, and the registrar or designee will modify the attendance in Infinite Campus.
If your student is ill, or cannot attend remote learning for any reason, please call the attendance line at 720-972-5538
Current Units of Study
Everyday Math Unit 5
The study of pictures and symbols used to represent fractions, and strategies that develop multiplicative reasoning through the use of structure and precision of language.
Unit 4: Structures and Features of Informational Text
A study of historical and scientific texts, using text features to locate information efficiently, and how illustrations such as maps and photographs support understanding.
Students will conduct short research projects, gather information from print and digital sources, take brief notes on sources, and sort evidence into provided categories in order to write informative or explanatory texts to examine topics and convey ideas and information clearly.
States of Matter
In this unit students study how matter can change from one state to another (solid, liquid, gas) through adding or removing heat energy.
Remote Learning Websites & Activities for extra practice
Math Game Website - https://www.prodigygame.com/
Books read by actors - https://www.storylineonline.net/
Board and Card Games
Have your kids cook with you to practice their fractions!