Miss Payton Reed
The third grade is a very important transition in a child's education. Students are busy as they continue to grow academically, socially, and spiritually! Students move away from learning to read, and instead, use their hard earned reading skills to learn. Children will continue to practice important math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students examine Earth more closely as they study topics such as plants, ecosystems and maps, and take a journey to the past as we study Native Americans, pilgrims, and pioneers, just to name a few!
In the third grade, not only do students learn a variety of important skills correlated with national learning standards, but they do so in a collaborative way which fosters critical thinking, creativity, and teamwork. In our classroom, we are a family; we are kind to one another, we respect each other, and we have a lot of fun along the way!
We are proud to be St. Paul Saints!