Oceans of fun in 3-O!  


Welcome to third grade!


  • Beginning Tuesday, the Summer Reading Responses will be sent home as homework three nights this week – one night for each book. 
  • Please send me a letter about your child if you have not done so yet (by 9/18).
  • Please send supplies in with your child as soon as you can.
  • Also, please send fees into school. Supplies fee: $26.70 and Art fee: $20.00.
  • Your child should have a beach towel each day for lunch and our mask breaks. I will send them home on Fridays to be washed.
  • Get all books covered by 9/18 – soft books should be covered with contact paper; hard anthology with a paper cover (not book sox)
  • Please return the blue emergency card ASAP.
  • Scholastic Book Orders due Friday, September 25. Flyers were sent home on the first day of school.


Monday, 9/14/20

  • Math: problems #13-20 in the packet in H folder
  • ELA: Reader’s Notebook pg. 10 in packet in H folder
  • Make sure you have read the summer reading books.

Tuesday, 9/15/20

  • Math: problems #13-20 in new packet in H folder
  • ELA – Summer Reading Response report for first book – complete both sides and return tomorrow.

Wednesday, 9/16/20

  • Math: problems #1-16 in new packet in H folder
  • ELA – Summer Reading Response report for second book – complete both sides and return tomorrow.

Thursday, 9/17/20

  • ELA: Summer book report for the third book.
  • Math: pg. 9-10 Worksheet in your H folder

For next week

  • Sign into Google Classroom with the email and password you received on Monday, 9/21. I will post a video on how to sign in.  Check out this video or read the instructions below to join:
    • bring up google on your computer
    • log in using your user id and password on index card – this will take you to your email
    • click on the waffle at the top right
    • click on “Classroom” picture
    • click on Mrs. Owsiany’s classroom once you get into Classroom (3-O 2020-2021)

Some additional free educational resources:

  1. This is a fun series of math games. Sign-up is free. https://www.prodigygame.com/
  2.  National Geographic for Kids: great science resource- browse for lots of information about animals
  3.  https://www.raz-kids.com/: Online guided reading program with interactive ebooks, downloadable books, and reading quizzes.
  4.  Scholastic has some cool “learning at home” activities. Check it out: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-3-5.html
  5.  Watch Live Science at home from The Franklin Institute
  6. http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/ This a huge document listing many free resources (organized alphabetically). Brief descriptions and targeted age groups are listed for each resource. I have not looked through all of the options listed so I cannot attest to the quality of these, but there are many options for virtual field trips, reading sites and art sites. Please take a look.
  • Specials:
  • Monday – Spanish
    Tuesday – Music
  • Wednesday – Computers ***
    Thursday – Gym ***
    Friday – none
  • *** No teacher for the time being, but students can wear their gym uniform on Thursdays.***