Hampton School District
Grade 3 at a Glance
Foundational Skills - use decoding skills in order to read grade-level texts fluently
Literature - ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of literary texts
Informational Text - identify key ideas and details to determine the main idea of a text
Writing Skills - write narrative, informational, and opinion pieces demonstrating a clear idea and a logical sequence
Language Skills - use grade-level spelling, grammar, and punctuation rules
Speaking and Listening - listen attentively and participate in a variety of discussions
Foundational Skills - know basic math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and explain mathematical reasoning
Geometry - identify shapes based on their attributes
Numbers and Operations (Base Ten) - use place value to add, subtract, multiply, and round numbers to the nearest ten and hundred
Numbers and Operations (Fractions) - recognize and compares fractions
Operations and Algebraic Thinking - apply problem solving strategies and identify and extend patterns
Measurement and Data - tell time, measure to the nearest quarter inch, and find area and perimeter using multiple strategies
Animal & Plant Adaptations
Weather & Climate
STEAM and Scientific inquiry
Supporting Learning at Home
Weekly homework letters outline expectations and important updates.
Homework is given in multiple subject-areas. The expectation is thirty-minutes per night.
Students should read regularly at home.
Homework is generally meant for students to do independently, but we encourage checking your child’s work.