In third grade at East Hardin, students will be introduced to transitioning to different classrooms for each subject as opposed to having one self-contained class with one teacher each day. Students will rotate between three teachers while learning English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Students will build upon the foundation that has been set in previous years while making great progress academically and socially as new material is introduced.
Shift in Learning
Third grade is considered a true transition year, and not just because students are switching to different classrooms. Students will be working more independently and developing more responsibility. Students will learn to be more responsible for their learning as teachers encourage more studying and preparation habits. Students also transition from “learning to read” to “reading to learn”.
Fun Outside the Classroom
Our third graders will experience many memorable days at East Hardin. They will participate in Farm Day, Fun Fridays, visiting Ivy Green, and Safari Park.