Author: Kathleen Dillon

Spring Break

I hope you are all having a fabulous break! Please be sure you are going on assigned websites to prepare for upcoming tests:

-Click the top right one: M-step Training Tools

-Click sample item sets

-Click Grade 3

-Click English Language Arts or Math

-Log in with the sample code they provide

Since there is no school Friday, April 14th, the spelling test will be on Thursday, April 13th. If anyone would like to get a head start on studying here are the words: families,candies, worries, studies, don’t, fast, first, tally, length, heading. The spelling pattern is change the y to an i and add es.

Don’t forget to read your science book 🙂

See you Monday!!

Spelling Test 15

frying, price, track, frame, try, warm, your, author, division, habitat

Spelling Test 12

1. glow

2. willow

3. crow

4. know

5. seven

6. shall

7. show

8. reasons

9. multiplication

10. pollution

*Three cold words with the ow-long o pattern

Please be sure to be practicing memorizing multiplication facts every night!

Spelling Test 10

Pattern: Vowel/Consonant/Vowel

1. basic

2. honor

3. olive

4. behind

5. mammals

6. minus

7. nonfiction

8. much

9. myself

10. never

Spelling Test 9

1. button 

2. tunnel

3. cotton 

4. dinner

5. characters

6. predict

7. subtraction

8. laugh

9. light

10. long

Spelling pattern: vowel, consonant, consonant, vowel

There will be no morning work quiz this Friday due to the short week. 

Field Trip!

Thank you to all of our chaperones who helped make this trip go so smoothly! We had a great time!


Our class has been working on graphing. Today students got to create their own graphs using skittles. 

Spelling Test Friday, October 21, 2016

Spelling Words:










The spelling pattern for the first 4 words and 3 cold words is consonant blends.

Notice for AOL Email Accounts

Dear Parents,

If you are an AOL email user, please be aware that you may not receive email notifications due to AOL policies. We are working to resolve this issue with AOL.

Thank you for your patience while we work with AOL to make sure you get classroom notifications from your teacher.


Technology Department

Welcome to iBlog

Welcome to iBlog Teacher Websites Sites. This is your brand new classroom website.  There are some things you should do to get started.  Hopefully you have been following the Getting Started Tutorials and Step Sheets.

It is important that you edit your profile so that you can choose your school and grade level as this will help parents and students find your website.  Look for the link in the upper right when you are logged in.

Here are some resources to help you with iBlog:

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