Third Grade

Third Grade Snapshot

Our third-grade program is taught 50% in the target language and 50% in English. Language Arts and Singapore Math are collaboratively planned by both teachers to reinforce learning habits, strategies and learning attitudes. Through real-world and collaborative projects your children will enhance learning and prepare themselves for real challenges in life!

In addition to other subjects such as Science and Social Studies, your children will enjoy gym coding, arts, music, and their public speaking and writing workshop with an emphasis in history and culture!

Our well-rounded curriculum supports your children with individualized attention and differentiated instruction, as well as teaching them tools and values to grow confident and enthusiastic about learning in a multilingual and diverse world!

Centers Available Edison, Summit, Livingston, Scotch Plains
Languages Spanish
Ages For children 8 by Oct 1st
School Year 11 months of school (Sept - July)
Daily Schedule Full Time: Monday-Friday 9-3

Before Care: 7:30am-9:00am
After Care: 3:15pm-6:00pm

Tuition Full Day Preschool:
Starts at $15,150/yr

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  • I’m very big on community and I love that about Jump. I love that it’s growing, but there’s still the small, home-grown feel to it. It’s a place where all the parents seem to be on the same page and they’re all open to this alternate form of education and I was really looking for a multicultural place for my kids. This totally fits the bill.


Areas of Study:

(Both Languages)

Students will communicate and exchange information about real life topics and participate in investigation and collaborative projects. Students follow the writing process to express themselves through persuasive, informational and narrative texts.

(Both Languages)

Our math for third graders will advance your child to handle more complex math problems and challenges. Students will use mental math strategies to master the four operations while advancing skills, area and perimeter, angles and more!


Our students will connect the past and present to learn how events through history influence current events. Topics such as Mapping Our World, U.S. Geography, Protecting Resources, Amazing Inventions use globally minded content to bring students closer to being participatory citizens in the world around them

(Target Language)

Students will develop deep understanding of science concepts, procedural skills and fluency, and critical thinking that endure well beyond the next test. Our Science Performance tasks enable students to construct their own solution to a problem, often by applying the principles of the engineering design process.


Offers an incredibly diverse and multicultural art curriculum built on top of a well-researched historical foundation. Each of our 5 Tracks include 7 artists that students will explore throughout the year. Students will learn to follow directions, listen, improvise, and express themselves using different art techniques to develop their own creative voice.


Our students will experience the joy of music through singing, dancing, games,playing instruments and creating their own music. Students will learn about rhythm, melody (learning to play the recorder), culture and music creation (composing, improvising, songwriting, musical storytelling)


During their CWPS program, our students will expand their historical knowledge and appreciation for people’s legacy. They research historical material such as biographies, informational texts, interviews, and more about historical figures. They collaborate with their peers to compare and contrast information and to prepare for their final presentation where they engage an audience on a "guess who I am" format.


Interactive online programs geared to identify code as a language, this year students will learn how to review what learned before, go further in algorithms, nested loops, conditionals and more!


Our program will develop Team Building skills through team games and sports where students listen and communicate carefully, strategize with classmates, build a sense of trust in one another. Students will also deepen their understanding of Healthy habits and their practice of sports and fitness exercises.

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