• Third Grade Essential Learning
    At the end of the third grade, students should be able to independently demonstrate mastery of the following:
     
    Language Arts

    Read texts from a variety of genres with fluency, accuracy, and comprehension

    Understand literary &informational text using comprehension strategies to become a self-directed, critical reader

    Compose a variety of written texts with a clear controlling idea, coherent organization, and sufficient detail; using applicable information from a variety of sources

     

    Social Studies

    Understand that civic engagement impact their government/society; important ideas in historical documents

    Develop an understanding of how people view, construct, and interpret history within and across nations and cultures

    Use tools and concepts of geography to apply knowledge and understanding of the interdependence of human behaviors to the physical and cultural environment.

    Understand the concepts of map skills

    Acquire knowledge and economic reasoning skills to make sounds financial decision in a free-enterprise system

     

    Science

    Recognize that there is change & constancy in natural world.

    Understand that the natural environment is made up of many systems and cycles that are related and/or connected.

    Identify the planets and their position in Earth’s solar system

    Identify the flow of energy in a food chain and how environmental change affect the food chain.

    Use models to explain how the word works & identify the limitations of models.

     Plan and implement an effective scientific inquiry/ investigation to develop a curiosity about the world.

     

    Math

    Develop in-depth understanding of numbers, their size, their relationships and how they are used in everyday life.

    Apply strategies to solve problems w/ accuracy & efficiency.

    Measure by selecting appropriate units, strategies, & tools to solve problems using customary & metric systems.

    Use spatial sense and geometric relationships

Last Modified on November 9, 2015