Victoria A. Filas

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Oct 18

Sayonara, Stanley!

We said goodbye to each of our Flat Stanleys this week.  It was hard to see him go, but we know he will enjoy his many adventures. Stay tuned to the blog and our class Twitter account to hear all about the amazing places our Stanleys will visit!  We hope to have them all back …

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Oct 18

How do you blow a bubble?

This past week we learned about writing informational “how-to” paragraphs. It wasn’t as easy as it seemed! Sometimes we left out important details or steps in a process. So we had to practice what it was like to do something step by step. Our assignment was to teach someone how to blow a bubble. And …

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Sep 13

What a GREAT first week it’s been!!

We have had such a wonderful time together this week.  I could tell from the first minute that these kids were eager to learn!  It has been a challenge to have so many students in one room, but they have handled it beautifully.  They have been kind, respectful, and helpful to one another.  They have …

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Aug 09

Welcome to the 2015-2016 School Year!

Hello Third Graders! I am so happy to have the opportunity to work with you and your family. We are going to have a wonderful time learning and growing together this year in Room 111. Our theme for the year is: I’m looking forward to making new friends and teaching you exciting new things! Let’s …

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Jan 25

Making Friends Through Friendly Letters

Before winter break, our class learned how to write friendly letters. With all of the technology these days, people are writing fewer cards and letters. Now it’s all about the posting and texting! We discussed the parts of a friendly letter and practiced writing a few. As part of our weekly homework, we chose our …

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Dec 09

Array City!

We made a beautiful bulletin board of a city skyline using our wonderful artistic abilities and our comprehensive knowledge of arrays. Each building’s windows represented a multiplication fact! Take a look:

Dec 01

Become a Multiplication Master!!!

Check out this cool multiplication game! Don’t forget- TEN minutes of practice every night. 🙂

Oct 29

A message from our librarian Mrs. Riddick…

Dear Third Graders, It is time to get your hands dirty! In a few weeks we are going to make carrot muffins. What is the main ingredient we need? Yep, it is carrots. Where are we going to get nice big, fresh, juicy carrots? Our Learning Garden of course. How many carrots will we need? …

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Oct 27

Beautiful Biomes

Check out our AWESOME Biome projects that we made today using ThingLink. Move your mouse over the icons in the pictures to read facts about these habitats.

Oct 27

We went BATTY last week!

On Thursday, October 23rd, we were fortunate enough to participate in a distance learning session with the instructors at the Math & Science Innovation Center. The focus of our study was bats!! We used a webcam to interact with other classes in the county and with the teachers at MSiC. It was SO much fun …

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