Room 6February 10, 2022
Meet the Teacher
Welcome to Grade 3/4
I am excited to have the opportunity to work with all the new and returning Gr. 3/4 students. I hope to make this experience a positive, productive and rewarding year. I believe in encouraging students to work hard, try their best, and recognize and develop their personal strengths. Students develop confidence in sharing their ideas in an environment that is guided by the basic virtues of the 7 Teachings.
I truly enjoy working with children of all ages, and have experience teaching various grade levels from Nursery to Gr. 12. Personally, I am a proud Metis woman who is a married mother to four children ages 14, 17, 22 and 28. I am honoured to be part of David Livingstone Community School.
Plan for the Year
Room 6 – Gr. 3/4 Learning:
In Grade 3/4, students will be learning and exploring English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Art, and Phys. Ed/Health.
- Use the Writing Process to create Narrative, Informational and Persuasive Texts
- Opportunities for Creative Writing Activities and Poetry
- Guided Individualized Reading program (Read-to-Me Program)
- Improving Grammar and Punctuation
- Paragraph Proofreading & Editing
- Journal Responses
- Printing Practice and Introduction to Cursive Writing
- Speaking, Presenting and Listening opportunities
- Develop Number Sense: (ongoing)
- Mental Math Strategies (ongoing)
- Addition & Subtraction to 1000 (Gr. 3) & 10,000 (Gr. 4)
- Multiplication/Division Facts
- Place Value
- Skip Counting
- Problem Solving using Thinking Classroom approach
- Patterns & Relations – Repeating, Increasing & Decreasing
- Solving Equations using Algebraic Representations
- Shape & Space – 2D & 3D objects, Measurement, Time
- Statistics & Probability – Data Analysis (graphs, pictographs)
Students engage in scientific inquiry and design process activities to further their understanding of the concepts.
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Grade 3 – Communities of the World
Grade 4 – Manitoba, Canada & The North: Places & Stories
Personal & Social Management – goal setting, problem solving, social responsibility, relationships, conflict resolution, emotional development, stress management
Healthy Lifestyle Practices – Common Illnesses, Leading a Healthy Life, Dental Care, Rest & Relaxation, Opportunities to be Active, Healthy Eating, Helpful/Harmful Substances, Impact of Technology,
If students work efficiently, they will always be provided with sufficient time to complete class assignments. If a student is absent, incomplete work will be sent home.
Home Reading is sent home on Fridays.
Room 6 Teacher Contact Info:
Tele: (204) 586-8346 David Livingstone School