Welcome to 3rd grade.

This is my third year at Belmont. I have been teaching for 8 years. This year is my 30 anniversary.  My husband and I have 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren.  I am a big Florida Gator fan.

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  1. Dear Families!

    Thank you for all of your support and patience during this time. I am so proud of all the learning that still happened while we worked through this new normal together. While you are on summer break, use some of the summer activities listed below to keep what you learned this year fresh in your mind. I hope you all have a safe and wonderful summer. If you have any questions please feel free to email me.

    I miss you all! Enjoy the sunshine and be safe!! 

    Love,
    Mrs. Anderson


    Summer Activities:


    You will still have access to everything on our student links webpage.

    Belmont Student Links Webpage

    Language Arts:


    Below are links 
    to our Language Arts choice boards. We have one for each month of the summer!

     

    Language Arts Summer Choice Board July PDF 

    Language Arts Summer Choice Board August PDF 

     

    In the link below, the county has provided parents with information on how to keep your child reading over the summer. Click on the link below and check out the summer reading programs.

     

    Summer Reading Programs PDF 

     

    Math:

     

    Dreambox Website -Continue to learn mathematics through animated adventures, games, and challenges.  You can click on this link Dreambox Website or log in visiting our school website. The recommended time is 30 minutes daily.  

     

    Resources for Keeping Mathematics Alive All Summer! PDF -On this link are some activities that your child can do this summer.  Included is the Summer Math 3rd Grade Calendar with creative activities that include measuring and counting everyday objects, math games, riddles, basic fact practice, math websites and math literature books (available through Prince William County public libraries). 

     

     

    Origo At Home Website – Origo At Home willonly be available untilJune 30, 2020

     

    How to Access Origo at Home:

    1. Please start by clicking the link Origo At Home Website

    2. Once the website has opened, please scroll down and click the United Statesbutton.

    3. Then, scroll down and click Building Fluencytab(located above the Grade 3 tab).  

    4. Scroll down. There are 3 tabs: Counting and SubitizingAddition, and Multiplication. 

    5. Follow the activities, and have fun learning! 

    6. You can also review any weeks of learning at the 1st, 2nd, or 3rdgrade level. 


     

     

 



  IMPORTANT INFORMATION LINKS BELOW!!!


School Counseling Information Website

Yearly Instructional Pacing for 3 Grade PDF

PWCS Home Learning Website

Math activities
origo education athome



 

Optional Schedule for Week of 3/30-4/3:

 Monday
3/30
Tuesday
3/31
Wednesday
4/1
Thursday
4/2
Friday
4/3
Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes

SS: 


Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
Reading Eggs(students will need their password)

Science: 
Check out this Nearpod review of simple machines:
Simple Machines






Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Watch multiplication strategies:
Brain Pop Jr. Multiplication

SS:
Watch-
Ancient China

Writing Prompt:
Have your child brain storm ideas for five minutes. Then, let them write for 10 minutes or more.

You wake up tomorrow with a silly superpower that makes you famous. What is that silly power? How does it lead to your becoming an international superstar?
 

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
RazKids(students will need their password)

Science: 
Make a ramp with Curious George:
Curious George Ramp 









Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes



SS:
Talk about it: 
Many inventions came from ancient China. How have these inventions changed our world?
Gunpowder
Compass
Matches
Noodles
Wheelbarrow

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
Reading Eggs(students will need their password)

Science: Go outside and talk a walk. Do you see any simple machines around you?

Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Games:
Multiplication War
Practice Sheets:
Multiplication Practice


SS:
Write about it: Which invention from China do you think is the most important and why?

Writing:
Have your child brain storm ideas for five minutes. Then, let them write for 10 minutes or more.

What tv or movie character do you wish was real?  Explain your reasons.


Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading: 
Read for 30 minutes
RazKids(students will need their password)

Science: 
Pick a Video to watch and discuss it:
Simple Machine Videos



Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes


SS:
Create a Chinese dragon

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes

Science: Go outside and talk a walk. Explore the nature around you.


Optional Schedule for Week of 3/30-4/3:

 Monday
3/30
Tuesday
3/31
Wednesday
4/1
Thursday
4/2
Friday
4/3
Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes

SS: 


Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
Reading Eggs(students will need their password)

Science: 
Check out this Nearpod review of simple machines:
Simple Machines






Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Watch multiplication strategies:
Brain Pop Jr. Multiplication

SS:
Watch-
Ancient China

Writing Prompt:
Have your child brain storm ideas for five minutes. Then, let them write for 10 minutes or more.

You wake up tomorrow with a silly superpower that makes you famous. What is that silly power? How does it lead to your becoming an international superstar?
 

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
RazKids(students will need their password)

Science: 
Make a ramp with Curious George:
Curious George Ramp 









Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes



SS:
Talk about it: 
Many inventions came from ancient China. How have these inventions changed our world?
Gunpowder
Compass
Matches
Noodles
Wheelbarrow

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes
Reading Eggs(students will need their password)

Science: Go outside and talk a walk. Do you see any simple machines around you?

Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Games:
Multiplication War
Practice Sheets:
Multiplication Practice


SS:
Write about it: Which invention from China do you think is the most important and why?

Writing:
Have your child brain storm ideas for five minutes. Then, let them write for 10 minutes or more.

What tv or movie character do you wish was real?  Explain your reasons.


Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading: 
Read for 30 minutes
RazKids(students will need their password)

Science: 
Pick a Video to watch and discuss it:
Simple Machine Videos



Morning Schedule: (8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.)

Math: 
Dreambox
30 minutes


SS:
Create a Chinese dragon

Afternoon Schedule (1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.):

Reading:
Read for 30 minutes

Science: Go outside and talk a walk. Explore the nature around you.





Belmont Student Schedule
 
 
Monday: 

Reading- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Art- 45 Minutes 

 

Tuesday: 

Writing- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Music / Strings 45 Minutes 

 

Wednesday: 

Math- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Library -45 Minutes 

 

Thursday: 

Science- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

Guidance - 45 Minutes 

 

Friday: 

Social Studies- 60 Minutes 

PE- 15 Minutes 

STEM - 45 Minutes