Susan Cofer

Welcome 3rd Grade

Important Dates:

August 12, 2015- 1st day of school- Welcome Back!!!

Multiplication is a 3rd grade skill and it is crucial that your child masters it before going to 4th

grade.

PLEASE BEGIN WORKING WITH YOUR CHILD ON MULTIPLICATION A LITTLE EVERY NIGHT.... Thank you for all your help!

Pleasebe sure to check your child's backpack and planner daily for homeworkand other important information. It is very important that your child isstudying for test and getting their homework. Math is a skill that mustbe practiced and reviewed daily.  students really need to pay attentionand work hard to keep up and do well in math. Also, remember to read toyour child each night and have your child read to you.  This is soimportant at this age. Remind101 is a great resource that helps to keepparents informed about classroom news. You can sign up to get textmessages from Mrs. Cofer and Ms. Berry.

text
this number
(732) 481-2487
with this message
@msberry2

 

http://www.multiplication.com.students.htm

 

Please read each day with your child. The more we read the better we understand.

Math: Study multiplication facts- please practice multiplication facts at home on a regular basis.

** Students are given time to complete lessons in class, if not completed, the student is required to finish it for homework**

 

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10:00-10:35
10:35-11:00 Lunch
11:00-11:35 Activities 11:35-12:15
Mon/Music
Tues/Comp
Wed/Lib
Thur/Comp
12:15-1:05 Reading Class
1:05-1:45 P.E.
1:45-2:05 snack
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