Friday, November 17, 2017

The Amazing Bloggers!

This week’s bloggers of the week are Elise and Morgan!


In math: We learned counting up subtraction and trading subtraction. (You can check our latest recording post on the seesaw app.)

In writing: We finished up our personal narrative so we are 99% ready for our publishing party on Monday! We also made “I am thankful” poems and made turkey crafts for Thanksgiving.

In reading: We began reading a new read-aloud book called “The One and Only Ivan”. We also completed our character unit and had a reading test.

In science/social studies: we played landform bingo and cut out landform names and meanings.

Other/Announcements: We are hosting the publishing party on Monday and we will be watching “Because Of Winn Dixie” on Tuesday. Thank you to everyone who donated food for our Winn-Dixie party.






Thursday, November 9, 2017

November 9, 2017

This week’s bloggers of the week are…
Iggy and Olivia!




In math: We learned how to play “What’s my rule” and find patterns in numbers. We also worked on partial-sums addition to add larger sums together.


In Writing: We worked on revising and editing our personal narratives. We have been working hard for some time! We are almost done!


In Reading: We finished reading Because Of  Winn Dixie and voted on our next read-aloud book. Our class voted for The One and Only Ivan!


In Science/Social Studies: We studied about fossils and landforms. Some of our favorite landforms are caves, beaches, canyons, cliffs, and estuaries!


Other important announcements: We are celebrating Veterans Day! Yay! We did an activity to celebrate our Veterans. No school tomorrow because of Veteran’s Day on Saturday.




We will have a publishing party on
Monday, November 20th (2:30 - 3:15.)

Have a great, long weekend!
Thank you Veterans!

Thank you to Mrs. Leeder for helping us type up our first blog post!

Friday, October 20, 2017

Safari Live!


Be sure to ask your child about our safariLIVE with South Africa today! We went live with expert guides from the Djuma Game Reserve in Kruger Park, South Africa.  We were able to ask questions for the guides to answer and saw many different animals. (I’ll let the kids tell you which ones.) It was a blast!

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Book Tasting

Book Tasting in Room 102!   


Today, all students in Room 102 were invited to La Frame Bistro for the Grand Opening and first book tasting of the year!


“If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.”
-J.K. Rowling

This J.K. Rowling quote fits perfectly with this activity. It was my mission today, and all other days, to help these third graders find books they love and grow their excitement towards reading. The students arrived after lunch/recess to the classroom transformed into a fine-dining experience and “Chef Frame” at the door taking reservations. It was a gigantic success and a great way to sample or get a “taste” of lots of different books. The kids were told to be risk-takers and stay open-minded when choosing a book. During the book tasting, they jotted notes and filled their “menus” with a list of books they can’t wait to read.  No more, "I don't have a good book to read!" excuses in this classroom!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

First Week Down!


Hello Families!


Our first week was a success! We had lots of fun getting to know each other this week. Some of the favorite activities were BreakoutEDU, Find a Friend Bingo, GoNoodle, and the Playground Exploration. I’m excited for the year ahead. :) Here is a short video showcasing a few moments from the week. Enjoy!


Taylor




Thursday, August 31, 2017

Welcome to Third Grade

Welcome to Third Grade!


I am excited for the school year to begin and to meet you all! We are going to have a blast this year and learn lots of new things. :) Feel free to look around the blog to get an idea of what third grade with Miss Frame is like. See you soon!

Miss Frame

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Crepes Galore!

It’s been awhile since my last post, but I am back in action! I hope 2017 is treating you well so far. In honor of our geography unit in social studies, Room 102 has been researching, studying and learning about lots of different countries around the world... from Japan to France and everywhere in between. Earlier this week, we joined up with two other third grade classes for a French lesson from a group of Yarmouth High School students. These high school students designed lessons that included numbers one to ten, basic phrases, crepe ingredients and vocabulary. The third graders were beyond excited and many continued practicing these phrases throughout the day.


On Friday, we celebrated these new learnings with a crepe eating party. Each class made their own batter earlier in the day. I was impressed with the student’s ability to measure out ingredients, take turns, work together, and even crack eggs! Only a few eggs were harmed in the making. (See video below.) We joined the other third grade classes in the afternoon to eat our crepes and enjoy a short French youtube video. I’d say the day was a success! Be sure to ask your child about their experience and watch the crepe making video.


Here is the delicious crepe recipe we used. There was no shortage of butter, but isn’t everything better with butter?! Thank you to those who donated ingredients and items for the festivities! :)


1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup milk
1/2 cup lukewarm water
4 large eggs
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted
1/8 tsp. salt
3 Tablespoons sugar


Toppings included: blueberries, brown sugar, jam, maple syrup, whipped cream, and sprinkles. All very healthy and sugar free.