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Summer requirements & supply list

  1. 1. TERRIFIC THIRD GRADE SUPPLY LISTIn order to save money and take advantage of the summer sales, I am listing ALL the supplies yourstudent will need for the entire year.• 1-large zippered pencil case (no boxes) • 1 dry erase eraser• 8 dry-erase markers (no orange or yellow) • 4 large glue sticks (1/marking period)• 8-colored pens for grading (no red) • 1 pair pointed kids scissors• 2-boxes 24-count crayons • 2 boxes of tissues• 1 ream copy paper • 1 roll of paper towels• 4 dozen No. 2 pencils (12/marking period) • 1 standard 12" ruler (inches/centimeters)• 8 highlighters (2/marking period) • 4 plastic coated 2-pocket folders• 1 pack square erasers (not pencil tops) • 5 J UMBO book socksWhere possible, please label all items with students name.The following supplies will be purchased through the school in the first week:• 7-3rd Grade-ruled Compositions Notebooks• 1-School PlannerArt Supplies (for art class each week):• 8 1/2 inch drawing pad (40 sheets)• 1 pack of colored pencils (12)• 1 fine black sharpieSupplies not permitted in 3rd grade classroom:• mechanical pencils • scented highlighters, pens, or pencils• hand-held pencil sharpeners • pencil toppers• staplers • dry erase board liquid cleaner• white out • hand sanitizer, lotions, lip gloss/chapstick• markers• calculatorsOptional for whole class use:• hand-sanitizer (alcohol free) or baby wipes• 1-canister Clorox (or similar) disinfectant wipes• envelopes• extra pencils, dry-erase markers, copy paper, glue sticks
  2. 2. June 2013Dear Parents,The following are the summer requirements I am asking students to complete.Reading: All students must read, The Stories Julian Tells by Ann Cameron. In addition, students will choose oneother book, within their individual Lexile Range, from the following list:Lexile 300-400: Lexile 400-500: Lexile 500+:• The Littles Series (any book) by John • Bailey School Kids Series (any book) by • How to Eat Fried Worms byPeterson Debbie Dadey et., all Thomas Rockwell• Cam Jansen Series by David Adler • Good Grief 3rd Grade by Colleen • Pippi Longstockings by Astrid• I was a 3rd Grade Science Project by OShaughnessy McKenna LindgrenMary Jane Auch • Time Warp Trio: 2095 by Jon Scieszka • Encyclopedia Brown by DonaldJ. Sobol* PLEASE NOTE: Your childs individual Lexile range can be found on TerraNova Home Report. Assessments andreading projects will be assigned the first week of school.Math:The Summer Math Packet I am asking students to complete will be available for download on the school website soon(http://www.assumptioncatholicschool.net). The purpose is to give the children a good basis for Third Grade Math. Asparents, you should correct the pages as your child completes each one so as not to reinforce errors. Each child whocompletes this packet and returns it by the end of the first week of school will be given a grade of 100% for the firsttest grade.Acellus:Each child received his/her username and password for Acellus. Each student has access to at least four courses(reading, math, science, social studies). Each course would take about 2 hours per week to complete in 10 weeks. Itis STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that students work on the new program, progress will be monitored.Make sure your childs name and your signature are on this paper. If you cannot find your childs Lexile range ortheir Acellus username and/or password, please contact the main office at 732-826-8721 or myself atacspatridabernstein@gmail.com.Thank you for your cooperation. Have a great summer!Students Name:Parents Signature:
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  5. 5. In subtraction story problems, clue words like "take away,""how many are left," "how many more," and "difference" tel!you to subtract.Trina has 2 4 pieces of gum.Melinda has ! 2 pieces of gum.How many more pieces of aumdoes Trina have than Melinda?Trina has I 2 more;cMelinda.pieces of gum thanrircle the clue words that teli you to subtract. Write the number sentence in eaciox to solve each story problem.. There were 1 S apples onthe tree. 6 apples fell offthe tree. How manyapples were left on thetree?1. Donna sold 88 raffletickets. Margaret sold 64raffle tickets. What is thedifference between thenumber of tickets the girlssold?B. Sunnydale School has364 students. ValleySchool has 22 I students.How many more studentsdoes Sunnydale Schoolhave?D. Nelly sold 7 5 candybars today. Matt soldS S candy bars today.How many more candybars did Matt sell?Vrite a number sentence for the story problem below and solve.l. The photographer needs to take 357 students pictures. She has taken! 3 4 pictures so far. How many more pictures does the photographerhave left to take?
  6. 6. N a m e A d d i t i dIn addition story problems, clue words like^how many," "howmuch," "in all," "altogether," "total," and "sum" tell you to add53 -bl«ere are oo marbles in ajar.There are I 5 marbles in another"or. How many marbles are therealtogether?manyicre areTfai-roge-rher.6 6* marbl esCircle the clue words that tell you to add. Write the number sentence in each box tcsolve each story problem.A. Lillian has 2 I dolls in hercollection. She received 3more dolls on her birthday.How many dolls doesLillian have in all?B. Calvin has I 4 boob.Stuart has 24 books.How many books dothey have altogether?C. There are 3S birds inTiffanys back yard.There are 40 birds inTonys back yard. Whatis the total number ofbirds?D. There are 3 1 2 eggs inthe first hen house.There are 426 eggs inthe second hen house.What is the sum of eggsin the two hen houses?Write a story problem for the number sentence below. Then, write the sum.E.
  7. 7. Name. Skill: Sums and differences,Regrouping to 10sWhats the Problem?In each box, write the problem and the answer.A. Add 12 and 28.. I 2L 6* * *-•+• ! J1 » _ B. Subtract 14 from 33. C. Add 14 to 16.D. 48 minus 19 E. Add 36 plus 48. F. Take 34 from 72.G. Add 44 and 37. H. Subtract 26 from 83. I. Add 57 plus 16.J. 42 minus 17 K. Add 28 and 68. L. Take 25 from 73.re a .. ,«o ■.*:_„
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  9. 9. Token Arcade x jApplicationsName■•SK.37 tokens 53 tokens1 9 t o k e n s 1 6 t o k e n s 9 t o k e n sWrite an addition or subtraction number sentence. Then solve62 tokensA. How much will a balland a comic cost?B. How much will a bearand a pencil cost?" " < " « / f:C. How much will a jumprope and a whistlecost?D. How much will a ringand a set of jackscost?E. How much more doesa bear cost than acomic?F. How much more doesa ring cost than abear?G. How much less doesa jump rope cost thana ball?H. How much will a jumprope and a set ofjacks cost? y - F S - 3 0 1 0 2 M a t h - "- , -"— T~ - - s- - v ,-■■-,- - ^ - ;-"" i , - < - x- - v , *• - ~ - ■>.-■■ -■;-■-■ *
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  11. 11. Going on a Trip Adding 2-digit numbwith regrouping t<NameJohn is going on a trip. Heneeds to take the correctsuitcase. Add the problemsColor the suitcase that hasanswers that aregreater than 152..528 8 + 9 6+ 8078+ 3185+ 43K926 8 + 4 7+ 90^ ^ ^ ^ ^9 2 3 5 9 6+ 9 6 + 8 4 + 6 246+ 625 8 7 9+ 8 1 + 7 0- »■». y~- - - v_FS 30102 Mail
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  14. 14. School Play X i i l ApplicationsNameMake up a number sentence and solve.1. Rosemont School is putting on a play. There are 75first-grade students and 108 second-grade studentsin the play. How many students are in the play?2. The art teacher made 975 programs to hand out at theplay. At the end of the play, there were 486 programsleft. How many programs were given out that night?3. The Ail-Purpose Room seats 850 people. There were535 people at the play. How many seats were empty?4. Snacks and sodas were sold after the play.There were 288 candy bars, and all but 65 were sold.How many candy bars were sold?5. Max filled 324 bags with popcorn. By the end of theevening, 189 were sold. How many bags of popcornwere left?6. There were 358 adults and 94 children at the play.How many people were at the piay in all?7. The students raised $745 selling tickets and snacks.They spent $68 for a cast party. How much do theyhave left to give to the school?&studentsFS-3010? viatri
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  20. 20. Remember that clue words like "how many," "how much,"in all," "altogether," "total," or "sum" tell you to add.Write the number sentence to solve each story problem. Circle the clue words thatyou to add.A. There are 57 marbles inajar. There are 44marbles in another jar.How many marbles arethere altogether?C. 4 8 hot dogs were sold atthe football aame lastweek. 3 9 hot dogs weresold at the football gamethis week. How many hotdogs were sold in all?B. The library has 7 6books. I 4 new books havebeen ordered. When thenew books arrive, howmany books will me libraryhave in ail?D. Tommy had 55 stampsin his collection. He qotf S new stamps for hisbirthday. What is thesum of stamps Tommyhas now?Write a story problem for the number sentence below. Then, write the sum.E.62+ S4^Ll Wnte a story Problem about the number sentence 51 + 2E = and solveCD-21
  21. 21. NameSubtraction with RegroupingRemember that clue words like "take away," "how many are ?left," "how many more," and "difference" tell you to subtract.Write the number sentence for each story problem and find the difference. Circlethe words that tell you to subtract.A. The giant ferris wheel willseat 58 people. Thereare 2° people on theferris wheel. How manymore people will fit on theferris wheel?B. There are 48 peoplewaiting for a train. If54 people got on thetrain, how many peoplewere still waiting?C. The horses at Lazy "A"Ranch eat 65 bales ofhay each day. Thehorses at Busy "B"Ranch eat 58 bales ofhay each day. What isthe difference betweenthe amount of hay eatenat the two ranches?Write a story problem for the number sentence below and then solve.E.D. All 64 snakes haveescaped from the zoo.The zookeepers havecaught 38 of thesnakes. How manymore snakes do theystill need to catch?Write a subtraction story problem that has a difference of I 6.CD-2135
  22. 22. NameAddition and Subtractio(?Sometimes you need to use both addition and subtraction tosolve a story problem. ""There are 24 adult dolphins and 8 baby dolphins in the bay. 2 I dolphinsswim out to sea. How many dolphins are left in the bay?Add the firsttwo numbers. 24+ 832Then, subtract thethird number fromthe sum of the firsttwo numbers.There are I !dolphins left inthe bay.>ears are left?Write the number sentences and solve. Circle the answer to each story problem.A. At the zoo there are I 5 female bears and I 2 malebears. If 8 bears are moved to another zoo, how manyB. Alice has $ I 2.00 to spend at the fair and Emilyhad $ I 6.00 to spend. If it costs $4.00 for bothgirls to get into the fair, how much do they have left tospend altogether?C. There are 38 sailboats and 24 speedboats in theharbor. If 25 boats sail out to sea, how many boatsare left in the harbor?D. Monicas father cooked 25 hamburgers. Bobbys fathercooked 24 hamburgers. 45 of the hamburgers wereeaten. How many hamburgers are left?:~X f
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