First day of school 3rd grade

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Third grade! Yay! I survived the first two weeks of third grade and finally have the time/energy to tell you a little bit about it. I won’t be going into total detail, so please leave a comment if you have a question! (UPDATE: I created a much more detailed post in 2018. Read it here: ... Read More about The First Week of Third Grade

Shauna Meiring Dyer
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So this post is only for third grade teachers. Sorry, if you don't teach third grade, you have to scroll down. Top secret stuff coming.....Ok, so now that it is just us crazy third grade teachers, I have to share this amazing back to school activity with you. I love it! So this activity is actually

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Hello darlings! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!! It’s BACK TO SCHOOL!!! I love meeting my new third graders each year! Yes, I won’t lie, I still love the carefree days of summer, but I also am incredibly passionate about teaching! One thing I am not passionate about however it WRITING out my ... Read More about First Day Lesson Plan and Activities for Back to School

Rachel Miller
A classroom question/survey for each day I have my whole class. Intro into discussion of rules/expectations.

I found several pins with a variety of questions to pose for my class on the 1st day of school. I chose six that I felt were appropriate for my group of kids and LOVED it! There was a lot of information to gather from my students apart from their answers - I looked at spelling, engagement, and how they followed directions. Very informative. I went over each poster (in Spanish as well -- one of my students doesn't speak English! -- thank goodness for iTranslate!) and passed out dots and…

Mrs. Kuper