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Welcome to the 3rd Grade White Eagle Website.  You can come here often to find important documents, upcoming events, assignment help and more.  Click on any resource below to find out more information regarding that topic.

Thank you,
The Third Grade Team



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Language Arts
  • Reading: read, comprehend, and appreciate written materials
  • Writing: be able to write persuasive, narrative, expository, and descriptive paragraphs
  • Listening: listen and respond effectively to oral messages
  • Speaking: speak clearly and effectively on a topic
  • Convention/Structure: use correct grammar and mechanics in written work
  • Spelling: use correct spelling by applying spelling patterns


  • Number sense: Understand place value of 3-digit numbers
  • Geometry: Label 3-dimensional shapes, polygons, lines, and point
  • Measurement: Tell time to the five minutes; count amounts of money up to $5.00; measure length to nearest inch, foot, yard, centimeter,meter; estimate length and weight using a benchmark; identify the correct weight measurement
  • Operations and computation: Add and subtract 3-digit numbers; know multiplication and division facts 0-9; apply problem solving strategies; estimate reasonable answers
  • Patterns and relationships: Understand patterns and relationships in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Probability and statistics: Make and read a graph; use probability to determine fairness of a game


  • Content: participate in hands-on activities in the following areas:
    • Astronomy: moon
    • Earth Science: air
    • Health: bones and muscles
    • Life Science: people and animals
    • Physical Science: looking at liquids
  • Skills:
    • predict
    • observe
    • collect and record data
    • interpret
    • classify
    • draw conclusions

Social Studies

  • Content: study rural, urban, and suburban communities in the U.S.
  • Skills: develop citizenship, conduct research, nd use maps and graphs


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