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Book Project Due Date

posted Apr 14, 2009, 7:56 AM by Rob Reynolds

Your biography book report is due the end of the month.  Don't forget to check the "launching pad" for help on finding info and organizing your work.  When you turn-in your completed project, you will be able to sign-up for your presentation day.  Get your work done early and have first choice.

Biography Project Help

posted Mar 24, 2009, 8:26 AM by Rob Reynolds   [ updated Mar 24, 2009, 8:33 AM ]

Biography Book Project

Check out the resources listed on the Launching Pad for the Biography Book Project.

Biography Book Project

posted Mar 2, 2009, 4:39 PM by Rob Reynolds

Students will working on a multi-faceted biography research project for their book project this month.  In fact, this is such a major work that we are allocating two months for its completion.  It won't be due until that last week of April.  Student research will include reading a biography, along with researching and reading information from encyclopedias and the internet.  The final work will include drawing, poetry, time-lines, a written report, and an oral presentation.  All three third grade classes will be working together on this project.  Classes will rotate to each teacher to work on a different aspect of the project.  The final completed project, however, remains the student's responsibility to complete.  A packet detailing the project will be coming home this week, and students should start to think of an individual they are interested in learning more about.  We are looking forword to this exciting project and to seeing the outstanding work we know each student will put into their project.

RAZ Kids On-line Reading

posted Feb 20, 2009, 6:44 AM by Rob Reynolds

Don't forget your weekly RAZ kids reading assignment.  Many of you are earning bunches of reading star points for all your great reading on the computer at home. 

Book Project

posted Jan 22, 2009, 6:17 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 22, 2009, 6:22 AM ]

The Flip Book report on a historical book is due on Wednesday Jan. 28th

Advanced Circuits

posted Jan 16, 2009, 8:17 PM by Unknown user

In science this week we are working to discover some advanced electrical circuits.  Today students have learned (or more precisely) discovered how to make and draw schematic of both series and parallel circuits. Students truly love the hands-on learning we do it our science studies.

RAZ Books Assigned

posted Jan 6, 2009, 6:25 AM by Rob Reynolds

New books have been assigned for January.  Get on-line and READ!!! Send me an e-mail from you ePals account and tell me what other topics you would like to read about.

Santa Letters

posted Dec 8, 2008, 4:32 PM by Rob Reynolds

Students have written letters to Santa letting him know about their behavior this year "naughty or nice" and what they are hoping for.  Some letters will be published in the local Tobacco Valley News.  All the letters are attached here for you to read as well.  - Ho, ho, ho...

Book Project for November/December

posted Nov 6, 2008, 4:59 PM by Rob Reynolds   [ updated Nov 21, 2008, 11:07 AM ]

Due to the holidays in both months, we are combining the book project.  The assignment is to read a nonfiction book and make a diorama.  Instructions and grading rubric went home with students earlier this week, look for them in the MOOSE notebook.  The due date for this project is set to be turned in before the Thanksgiving Break on 11/26 Wednesday

October Book Project

posted Oct 22, 2008, 6:48 AM by Rob Reynolds

Hope you're having fun with your skeleton creation.  You still have time, but remember your book project needs to be turned in by Wednesday, October 29th.  You can bring it in any time, and we'll start to display them in the classroom.  Make sure you follow the grading rubric to make sure you have completed all the required elements.

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