Welcome to Grade 3 At Home Learning Resources!

  • During this time away from school, we know many families are looking for ways to continue learning at home. Below, you will find a variety of printable and online learning resources available to you. These enrichment opportunities are intended to support your child's learning at each grade level and across subjects, but are optional. This website will be updated weekly to add new enrichment opportunities.

  • Your child also has access to apps and websites that they may have used previously in school by logging into Clever. Each student has their own login information. Their username is their LASID or lunch ID.  Their password is their Date of Birth in mmddyy format, so if your child’s birthday is April 3, 2012, then their password would be 040312.

     

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    Students will see some of the applications listed below:

    typing.com, i-Ready, Google classroom, BrainPOP, CommonLit, Edulastic, FOSSweb, MyLexia, Newsela, Scholastic, ST Math, Vocabulary.com, Zearn, Lexia Core5, Lexia PowerUp, McGraw-Hill, Reading Plus, Sphero Edu, Tynker.

    Browser Compatibility

    Use the Chrome browser (NOT Safari or Firefox) for an optimal experience > 2013 or later to log into Clever.com.

    Clever App

    The Clever app is compatible with Chromebooks or iOS devices (e.g. ipads, iphones) versions 9.0 or later, and is available for download from the App Store.

  • Family Resources for At Home Learning

    Click here to learn how to use our new writing Choice Boards in grades K-8. 

    Click here to read an article about helping your child with math. 

    Click here to learn how students can log into Google Classroom on a laptop.

    Click here to learn how students can log into Google Classroom on an Android device.

    Click here to learn how students can log into Clever.

    Click here to learn how to connect to Seesaw.

    Click here to learn how to complete assignments in Seesaw. 

  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources for Kids

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    Books to Talk about COVID-19 with Children

    Click here for From My Window by Igor Pancaldi: An online story about how life during the virus.

     

    Click here for a picture book about the Coronavirus by famed authors/illustrators Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson, Nia Roberts, and Axel Scheffler.

     

    Click here for a Coronavirus coloring/informational book for kids.

      

    Click here for a 1-page Coronavirus cartoon for kids. 

     

    Click here for a Coronavirus comic for students in Grades 4-8.

     

    Writing/Drawing about COVID-19 

    Click here for a COVID-19 Time Capsule Journal for kids. 

     

    Click here for life during COVID-19 journal prompts for students in grades 3-8. 

     

    Click here for thank you notes for delivery workers and essential employees.