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I don’t highlight my 3rd grader’s boxes often, they are basically the same thing different day (for the most part). It changes up some based on reviews we are doing or if I throw a fun surprise in them. We are still working through several of the other preschool/kindergarten boxes I’ve posted about though, so I thought I’d do a 3rd grade box post again, it’s been awhile.
So in the boxes this week on Monday were:
Reading: Who Was Thomas Jefferson?
Math: Multi Digit Multiplication, I made these worksheets using problems from Math U See Gamma. We usually use a dry erase for the boxes, but he was making simple mistakes and had already erased them…this way we can go back and see where his mistakes were.
Science: Video Review Sheet – We watched Stars & Galaxies from Visual Learning Systems: Digital Online Science, we will do some of the other worksheets throughout the week.
Handwriting: Memoria Press
Spelling: All About Spelling 2
Writing: THIS is my miracle of the week! My son (who hates to write, I’ve said it time and time again!) wrote a story during church on Sunday! I rewrote it for him, correcting spelling and grammar. I put it in his box for him to copy and illustrate. It was the FIRST box he picked to do! I was so happy. He also wrote it so neatly! I didn’t have to say anything to him, he did it all on his own! I can not tell you how HAPPY this makes me!! (Though I’m sure many of you have been there and totally understand!).
Bible: New Testament Activities
Read Aloud: FINALLY FINISHED Rush Revere and the First Patriots: Time-Travel Adventures With Exceptional Americans