3rd Grade

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Third Grade @ Dalton Learning Academy

Welcome to Elementary (3rd Grades)

Dear Parents,

            As your child prepares for a different and exciting new year in school, we are giving you a list of suggested school supplies and uniforms for the 2020-2021 school year. Please label your child’s personal items.


Provided in your packet but can also be found in the website below
                – https://www.frenchtoast.com/schoolbox/schools/dalton-learning-center-QS61C2M

Face shield is mandatory for ages 3 and up. It can be found at Amazon.

SUPPLY LIST                                                                                             

  • 1 Bible (NKJV)
  • 1 Dictionary
  • 1 Back pack (without wheels)
  • 1 11”x17” zipper pencil bag (pouch)
  • 5 Marble composition notebook
  • 5 two-pocket folders
  • 1 pack white lined paper
  • 1 24 pack no.2 yellow pencils
  • 1 Box of dry erase markers (expo)
  • 2-4 pack Glue (liquid) bottle
  • 1 pack expo markers
  • 1 Scissors
  • 1 pack index cards
  • 1 pack pens
  • 1 Protractor
  • 2 Box of 24 crayons
  • 1 Box of colored pencils
  • 1 box washable markers
  • (Crayola preferred)
  • 2 big “pink pearl” eraser
  • 1 set of watercolors
  • 2 box of tissues
  • 1 (big bottle) hand sanitizer
  • 2 bottles of anti-bacterial Liquid soaps
  • 1 letter size clip board
  • 1 container of Clorox wipes (no Lysol brand due to allergies)


  • Expect to have and replenish throughout the school year as needed.
  • Personal Items MUST be labeled.

Mandatory requirements from the Department of Education for promotion to 4th grade:

  • Students must score above a Level 2 on the FCAT Reading Sunshine State Standards test.


The student:

  • predicts using prior knowledge, captions, and headings
  • uses strategies to determine meaning and increase vocabulary
  • develops vocabulary, monitors reading on or above grade level by rereading, self-correcting, summarizing, and questioning
  • identifies main idea, details, makes inferences and identifies the sequence of events, author’s purpose, examples of fact, fiction or opinion, and recognizes and understands comparison and contrast, cause/effect and sequence of events


The student:

  • writes using the writing process and the six writing traits of ideas, organization, word choice, sentence fluency, voice, and conventions


The student:

  • investigates several science units using scientific observations and skills
  • explores different science topics including life science, earth science, physical science, and space and technology


The student:

  • uses number sense to master all basic facts, read, write, compare numbers
  • knows the value of a given digit to hundred thousand
  • explains and demonstrates the meaning of multiplication and division with remainders
  • uses measurement to measure length, weight, capacity, area, perimeter, volume, time and temperature
  • calculates and compares types of measurement
  • estimates area, perimeter, and volume of a rectangular shape
  • selects the appropriate unit and tool of measurement for a solution
  • uses geometry and spatial sense to understand symmetry, congruency, and reflections in geometric shapes
  • explores flip, slides, tessellations and 180-degree turns
  • compares area and perimeter using concrete and graphic materials
  • knows how to identify, locate and plot ordered pairs of whole numbers
  • uses algebraic thinking to describe, extend and create visual geometric patterns
  • analyzes, explains and states the rule for number patterns
  • uses models and graphs to solve equations and inequalities
  • know that an equation is a number sentence stating that two quantities are equal
  • uses data analysis and probability to identify parts of a graph and interprets displays of data
  • interprets and compares information from pictographs and bar graphs
  • identifies the mean, median, mode and range in a set
  • uses technology to compare data and to construct and discuss patterns
  • determines the number of possible combinations of items
  • calculates the probability of an event and represents all possible outcomes
  • designs questions for a survey, depicts the data in a graph and explains the results
  • uses statistical data to recognize trends

Dalton Learning Center/Academy

2601 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd Port St. Lucie, FL 34953


daltonlearningacademy@gmail.com, daltonlearningcenter@gmail.com

( 772) 337-8160

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