Welcome to Mrs. Mast's Third Grade
Room: D1

Learning Objectives: Dec. 4th-15th


  • Students will explain the central message, lesson, or moral in proverbs and fables.
  • Students will distinguish the meaning of literal and non-literal language.
  • Students will use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words.
  • Students will identify and read multisyllabic non-sense words using all 6 syllable types.
  • Students will read and write words with the /air/ sound such as bear, fair, and stare.
  • Students will write a personal narrative about their favorite Christmas memories and traditions.
  • Students will fluently multiply and divide by 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12 including using the Distributive Property to decompose a factor.
Social Studies
  • Students will learn about how the economy works, covering such topics as supply/demand, resources, and wants vs. needs.


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