Third grade is a fun-filled year of growth and change for both students and parents. Students begin the process of taking responsibility for their learning and behavior. They make the transition from learning to read to reading to learn.
Individual learning styles are recognized. A variety of lessons, whole and small group instruction, cooperative learning and workshop activities encourage risk taking, creativity, curiosity, and strategic thinking. Students have ample opportunities to be reflective in their daily learning.
Classroom learning is extended through thematic integration of co-curricular classes: music, library, physical education, art, computer, and world language.
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