Here’s some advice from my experienced third graders to my incoming students:
- Rase (sic) your hand because you are being rude if you are talking and it’s someone else’s turn.
- Raise your hand because there is no blurting 207.
- Pay attention because you might know what to do.
- Follow directions so you get smarter.
- Be persistent (which means keep trying), stay focused in third grade and take your time to do things because these are important things to be a third grader and to be ready for the MCAS.
- Listen to Mrs. Bisson because then you would know what to do when you go back to your seat.
There you have it; how to get through third grade without a hitch.