Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive, Delta BC V4K 3N5
1 604-946-2611

Welcome to GRADE 3!  I want to welcome everyone, especially those students who our new to our school.  We will have a very busy start to the year.  Here is just a sample of what to look forward to.  

Religion:  We are taking a closer look at our theme for this Year: "One Family, One Hope in Christ."  Throughout the year, there will be a school-wide focus on learning to turn to God in all things, especially in difficult times, to listen to His voice, discovering what God is asking of us, recognizing and developing our talents and gifts, and striving to be the 'best versions of ourselves'. We will also be learning about ways to pray and learning and reviewing a few of the prayers that are said together with the whole school.  These include:  The Prayer of St. Francis, Our Father, Hail Mary, the Doxology (the Glory Be) and The Angel of God. Finally, we will be looking at the various parts of the Mass.    

Language Arts:  We are going to exercise our hands to prepare them for cursive writing.  We are also going to train our minds and bodies so we are become independent readers and writers.  We will be using a variety of picture books, nursery rhymes and read aloud stories to help us.  Be prepared to hear the words "BUILDING STAMINA" and “MAKING CONNECTIONS over the next few weeks....well...the year.   

Math:  In Math, we are beginning with PATTERNS because well, math is based on many different types of patterns.  Please help your child look for patterns around town, at home and anywhere else you may be.  Also, please encourage your child to practice basic adding and subtracting as this will help them a lot. is a wonderful website to practice these skills while also helping to lesson world hunger.  

Science: In Science, we will be examining land forms and biodiversity.  We will be taking advantage of our very diverse environment to both appreciate where we are, and how different life forms adapt to where they live.   

Social Studies: Social Studies has us examining our world with regards to community and diversity, and mapping.  We will be focusing on mapping symbols, and different Indigenous world and local cultures.  

I am very excited about this new school year.  I hope you are too! 

Hint, hint.  Wink, wink.  (Super Secret Code Word:  Manamanah!)




HOMEWORK TIP #1:  Please look carefully at the due dates for the following assignments.  A talented student will complete the ones that are due first before the other ones.  

HOMEWORK TIP #2: Remember to bring your assignments back to school even if they are not finished or due that particular day.  You never know when you may get free  or extra time in class to work on unfinished work.  If you have your assignments with you, you can use your class time wisely.

Monday, January 17, 2021 

  1. Read for 15 minutes each day
  2. Math: Jump pages 28 and 29 (Tues.)
  3. SS: Berber People - Question and diagram (Tues.)   Check out Google Classroom for the Indigounous Studies homework there.
  4. Google Classroom Activities. for Mrs. Hopson, Mr. Rapier and Mrs. Weichers.

Extras to do to help develop your skills:

  1. Raz Kids/ Epic (Reading)-- read and complete the level up books
  2. Raz Kids (Vocabulary)-practice the spelling games
  3. Mathletics: continue with the exercises and activities.  Challenge yourself with live Mathletics
  4. Practice counting backwards and forwards from random two-digit and three-digit numbers.
  5. Practice your adding and subtracting of numbers. 

















Here are some computer links to websites which can make learning just a little bit more fun.  Enjoy!




Storyline Online

Just Books Read Aloud


Scholastic Kids

BBC Reading

Scholastic Story Starters


Spelling City Weekly Sorting Games, Tests, and Activities


Nelson website: math games and review for grade3

Problem Solving Study Jam

Johnnie's Math


ArtForKidsHub - Drawing website


Superbook Bible website - reading and watching your favourite Bible stories!

Social Studies: Stay tuned for new connections!


Build Molecules - Build Molecules like we did in class. 

Nanospace Molecularium - Explore the Science behind Matter 

Outerspace Molecule Chase - Build molecules to help a mouse escape the dangers of a space station.  

Elements and the Periodic Table - Learn about the Periodic Table of the Elements, - focus on symbols and properties of matter


M.E.G.A. Math Games

Games to Practice Your Number Sense Skills!

Number Sense Games

Place Value Hockey

Math Racing Place Value Game

Place Value Games


Games to practice Subtraction:

Balloon Pop Subtraction

Subtraction Games

Basic Operations

Subtraction Fruit Splat * Please Select Level 6


Looking Ahead in October!

Friday, October 8th - Student Individual Portraits -- PHOTO DAY

Monday, October 11th  -  No School - Thanksgiving 

Wednesday, October 20th - School Mass 9:15 am

Friday, October 22nd - No School - Professional Development Day

Wedensday, October 27th - Spirit Day  (Theme to be announced)

Thursday, October 28th - Parent Teacher Conferences 3:30 - 8:00 pm

Friday, October 29th - No School - Parent Teacher Conferences 

Sunday, October 31st - Hallowe'en

Monday, November 1st - All Saints' Day

Tuesday, November 2nd - All Soul's Day 



Sacred Heart Elementary is a Catholic Independent school serving the communities of Ladner and Tsawwassen in South Delta, BC.  With a beautiful campus, dedicated staff and a wide range of extracurricular activities, students in K-7 receive a well rounded education within a loving Christian environment.

Contact Us

Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive Delta, BC, V4K 3N5
1 604-946-2611