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Spelling & Language Arts


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Social Studies & Science










Art & Games


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Our 3rd Grade Teachers

Mrs. Haynes

Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Andolsen

Mrs. Trost


3rd Grade Learning Goals

Language Arts 

The reading program emphasizes the development of oral language, phonics, spelling, and reading comprehension skills.

In writing third graders learn the various steps of the writing process as they continue to master paragraph writing and begin their progression into multiple paragraph writing.


  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division math facts
  • Place value to hundred-thousands
  • Operations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Telling time and time-elapsed problems
  • Operations involving Money
  • Simple fraction operations with like and unlike denominators
  • Measurement (introduction to customary and metric systems)
  • Geometry (perimeter and polygon names)
  • Problem-solving skills

Social Studies

  • Geography
  • American Indians
  • Community history (the history of Upland)
  • Government and Citizenship
  • American symbols (national/local symbols; landmarks; songs of liberty and efforts to preserve our freedoms)
  • Understanding Economics (relationship between workers and consumers)


  • The roles of living things (relationships among living things, their adaptations, and the environment in which they live);
  • Sun, moon and Earth (comparing Earth to the moon; motions of Earth and the moon and the effects of these motions);
  • Matter, Energy, and Forces; and
  • Natural Resources (air, water, and land).