Grade 3

Third grade is a crucial year; students must be able to reach state mastery in the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) in order to be promoted to fourth grade.

  • Recognize simple subjects and predicates.
  • Write sentences with subject/verb agreement.
  • Decode the pronunciation and meaning of unfamiliar words.
  • Use comprehension skills in reading.
  • Identify the plot, setting, and main characters of a story.
  • Use a dictionary.
  • Write paragraphs with a topic/main idea sentence and supporting details.
  • Add and subtract any numbers from 100 - 1,000.
  • Multiply numbers to 9 x 9 and determine each related division fact.
  • Measure using standard and metric units.
  • Appreciate local history and national figures.

 

Attention Parents

Summer Reading Books for Students going to

Third Grade: A to Z Mysteries (Various Titles) by: Ron Roy

Click Here for the A to Z Mysteries Home Learning Packet from Ms. Morales