Mrs. Hambrook

Mrs. Hambrook

Posted: January 28, 2022

It's FRIDAY!!!

Listen to this cute book today.

This book made me smile. Use the "Favorite Part" sheet out of your learning packet to draw your favorite part and fill in the blanks telling me what your favorite part was and why. I want you to bring all of your sheets back on Monday and I am so excited to see this one in particular.

Today, try and finish anything that you have left as best you can. Please pack it all in your bag and bring it back on Monday! We have lots to do, but I know that we can. Get lots of rest over the weekend and be ready to learn, learn, learn!

I can't wait to see you! 

Posted: January 27, 2022

Happy Thursday!

For today, I want you to write me a story. I want you to write me a true story about something that you did yesterday. You see, when something happens to you, whether it is big or small, if you have lived it, you can write about it with feeling. The person reading the story can feel exactly how you were feeling and what was happening while you were experiencing whatever it was. Just a simple story. (a small and focussed moment) Don't forget all of the things a good story needs! Here is my small moment story.

Last night Danya made my absolute favorite meal for supper! I could smell it as soon as I opened the door. I was so happy to go up to the kitchen to see what was cooking. 

As I walked up, I could see the pizza pan and the ingredients on the island. There were green pepper, pepperoni, onions, salami, hamburger, cheese and ham. I was so excited watching her get it all together and ready for the oven. I could almost taste it. My mouth was watering as she put it into the oven.

I waited on the chair impatiently while it cooked. She told me all about her day and I told her all about mine. I could smell that beautiful aroma of rising crust. I was starving! I could hardly wait.

The buzzer went off and she took the pizza out. she cut it into 8 pieces. We set the table and then we sat down to eat. The smell fileld the air as she put the pizza onto the plate. I sunk my teeth into the first bite. It was absolutely delicious. She had made one of the best pizzas that I had ever eaten.

You see, you don't have to have a complicated subject. You just have to tell soemthing true. If you have lived it and you can talk about it, you can write it. 

Try this game after you are finished. It will remind you to remember to use your punctuation and capital letters in your writing.

For Math, continue to work through your pages. Today, perhaps you could pick the skip counting pages. Here is a video to help when skip counting by 25.

and 10 from random numbers:

You can also try this game. Choose adding or subtracting please. 

I hope that you have a good day and that you continue to move and work that brain. 

I hope to see you soon. 

Remember to email me if you need anything. 


Posted: January 26, 2022

Happy Wednesday! 

For today in Math, try a sheet or two representing numbers using flats, rods and units. Here is a reminder on how to do it:

Practice counting money as well. (that is a lot like skip counting) 

Here are a few to practice:

1. 3 quarters and 4 dimes

2. 6 quarters and 5 nickels

3. 4 loonies and 4 quarters

4. 8 dimes and 4 nickels

5. 1 toonie, 1 loonie, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel and one penny


For Literacy, you should read and complete one of the reading comprehension sheets. I am leaving the following book for you to listen to. It talks about Inferencing which we will talk more about later in the year. By the way, I hope that you will maybe get a Wednesday Surprise. :)

I hope that you have a great day and that you get outside and move a little. 

Posted: January 25, 2022

It's Tuesday!!

Continue to work through your new packet. Today continue to do subtraction. Here is a little video to remind you.

Try and complete 2 sheets today at minimum. Continue to practice skip counting as well.

In Literacy, listen to thsi story to get started:

After that, please work through your packet on a reading comprehension sheet. You should complete all of the activities for each story when you read it. 

It is supposed to be a bit warmer today. try and get out for some fresh air. 
We will see eachother soon. Remember that I am right here if you have any questions about your work. Email me and I will get right back to you!

Posted: January 24, 2022

Welcome to another week!

Start by listening to the readaloud, "Couch Potato". Hopefully this isn't you today! This guy really did know what he was doing though. he was very creative. Let's begin a new week of not being couch potatoes.

If you have not picked up your new learning packet, please try and get it. They are now at the main entrance of the school and can be picked up between 8-3. 

Just pace yourself and work through the pack. try to read each day and answer the questions about the reading. Practice working with words in the sight word packet. This is enough work for a week.

Here is a sight word game to try:

In math, try and complete at least 2 pages per day. 
Today, try the ordering of numbers pages. Here is a video reminder:

I hope that you get some fresh air today. Have a good day everyone!


Posted: January 21, 2022


Listen to this read aloud:

For writing today, write about a time that you were scared of something new. Something that you knew was coming and you were uncertain about. Was it actually scary or did it turn out to be ok? Was it ok after you had the experience or was it as bad as you thought? You should write at least 5 good sentences.  (remember to end your sentences)

Have a game of HANGMAN if you like. It will keep your brain ready to roll!

Hangman Game (

Try this game when you are finished.

Today you are going to bring your home packet back to me and get a new one for next week. I am excited to see all of the things that you are bringing back!

In Math today, please continue to work on adding and subtracting, but please use your pretend money to make the following amounts. Remember the reason we do skip counting before we do moneyis becasue to count money, we skip count.... If you don't have your paper money, you can draw your coins.

Try making 1. $1.23

               2. $3.76

               3. $4.21

               4. $6.03

               5. 54 cents

Next, tell me how much I would have if I had these coins in my pocket?

1. 3 quarters

2. 1 dime, 2 quarters, 3 pennies

3. 1 loonie, 1 quarter, 2 pennies

4. 2 toonies, 3 quarters

5. 10 dimes and 1 penny

6. 3 nickels, 3 pennies and 3 dimes

7. 4 nickels, 1 quarter, 2 toonies

8. 10 dimes

9. 20 nickels

10. 4 quarters

You can also try a round on Peter's pigs if you have time:

I hope that you have a GREAT weekend. I am proud of all that you are doing to keep yourself up to date on schoolwork. I sure hope to see you soon! 

Remember to email if you need anything at all. I am always right here!




Posted: January 20, 2022

Good morning!

Please continue to work through the packet, finishing up your unfinished work. Tomorrow there will be a learning packet to be picked up between 11-2:30 at door B (stained glass entrance). It will have your new learning pack for next week. Please brign all of your finsihed work back with you, including the reading books. 

Today, please read both of your books in your packet one more time before you return them to me. You can read your books over and over to practice your fluency. Your reading should flow as if you are talking. 

Also, please try and write more using your writing prompts or the opinion writing. Read it all over and see if you can add anything before you bring it back tomorrow. Remember details bring writing alive! 

Try this game if you can. It is a skill to know the main idea of writing. It will also help you to write better paragraphs yourself.

For math, finish up anything that you have not. Focus on the subtraction of double digits. Here is a video to help and then a few to practice.

Video Subtraction with Regrouping | Math Playground

1. 34-19=

2. 98-49=

3. 55-12=

4. 89-34=

5. 93-67=

6. 88-69=

7. 64-39=

8. 80-54=

9. 67-36=

10. 50-32=

Also remember to always practice skip counting! Skip count back by 25's from 500-200.

Skip count back from 400-200 by 10. 

Practice, practice, practice.

Check out the gym teachers pages and today is a little bit warmer, go get some fresh air and stay healthy.



Posted: January 19, 2022

Happy Wednesday!

We are halfway through the week.Watch my pick for a read aloud today. "Wacky Wednesday" was one of own kids favorites when they were really young.

Can you figure out how many things were wacky altogether?

Next, continue to work on a VERB sheet if you have one. I am leaving some sentences here. See if you can figure out the verb in each. and after that, try this cool game. If you like gaming, you will love this one!

1. Ella read all of the books at the library!

2. Bentley jumped all of the hurdles in the gym.

3. Brayden roared at the wild lion that came into the school.

4. Chase scored 50 goals at hockey!

5. Sophie skipped 125 times without falling.

Please work on the reading comprehension sheets that are in your pack or try the website that has the online reading comprehension below. Remember that if you find your own grade level hard to read, try the level below. Challenge yourself to better each time.

I would really like you to work on writing as much as you can. 

Hangman is also a nice break. Here is an online link if you want to try.

Hangman Game (

In Math, continue to work away on your packs. I have added more assignments on Splashlearn as I know that some of you had finished. 

Please use your paper money and make the following amounts two different ways.

1. 45 cents

2. $ 2.34

3. $ 1.46

4. 99 cents

5. $2.28

Then,  try this fun game using money!

and some adding fun:

You should only have a few dasy work left in that packet. I will be sending home another packet on Friday. I am going to ask for this packet to be returned at the time you pick up your new one. Gather up all of your items and I can take a look.

I sure miss you guys!


Posted: January 17, 2022

There is lots of snow out there today! I hope you get a chance to get out and enjoy the day!

Start by listening to the readaloud called, "Sneezy the Snowman".

After you are finished watching, please write me a story about a snowman that you built that came alive. Remember that you need to hook your reader with your introduction, give lots of details in the body and then get it all together in the conclusion. 

Here are a few videos to help along the way and get you started.

I cannot wait to read all of those stories when we are all back together! 

I hope that you still have lots of story ideas to use in the winter writing prompts chart. You should be writing a bit each day!

If you are finished all of the reading sheets and comprehension, here is a link that you can read and complete reading comprehension online. Just choose your grade level and off you go! If you find that to be too difficult, just choose the grade level below.

Next, try to play this game about verbs.

IXL | Use action verbs | Grade 3 English language arts

In Math today, focus more on mastering subtraction. Here is a link to remind you. I am also leaving some questions fro you to try in case you have finished your sheets on subtraction.

1. 54-29=

2. 61-37=

3. 88-23=

4. 90-36=

5. 45-23=

6. 78-29=

7. 70-37=

8. 88-19=

9. 76-23=

10. 99-34=


Next, please practice your skip counting. It is very natural for you to count up by 2 and 5. Today try backwards.

Try even higher numbers like: Count back by 5 from 250-100, count back by 2 from 198-100, count back from 360 to 200 by 5.

I do hope that you have a good day. 

Posted: January 17, 2022

Hello again!

I hope that you had a GREAT weekend!

Today, please try and do some writing. Focus on picking one or more of the blocks on the writing prompt sheets. You can write whichever you choose to try in your notebook from your previous home learning packet.Please watch the following video to remind you to use punctuation.

Today, pick a VERB sheet. This should be a review. Here is a video reminder of what verbs are:

Then try this game:

IXL | Identify action verbs | Grade 3 English language arts

Today, Complete one of your reading comprehension sheets.

For math, work on Splashlearn at any time. If you need any more sheets, don't hesitate to contact me for more assignments.

Try this game:

And here is a reminder for adding two digits. 

Double-Digit Addition for Kids - YouTube

Try these if you have finsihed all of the sheets regarding that in your packet. 

1. 26+78=

2. 17+46+

3. 49+67=

4. 57+78=

5. 55+37=

Don't forget to check out Epic books and challenge yourself to try and read a book yourself, rather than listen to one. 

Please let me know if you need anymore sheets in your packet and I will getthem ready for pick up.

Have a good day!

Email anytime. 



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