Mrs. Johnson

Welcome to Mrs. Johnson's Class


As a team we can work together to achieve 

"High Expectations that Lead to Lifelong Learners."

Creekview Family,
This will be my tenth year working within the Tomball Independent School District and my fourth year at Creekview Elementary.  I started my amazing experience at Rosehill Elementary as a student teacher in 2009. I was then hired at Rosehill for the 2010-2011 school year. I have been privileged to teach both second and third grade. My experience includes working with gifted and talented students as well as students that speak english as a second language. I am excited about teaching third grade this year and cannot wait to being our 2019-2020 school year adventure!
Megan Johnson
3rd Grade Creekview Elementary
EXT) 5277
Conference Time: M/W/Th/F 


Weekly Focus March 2nd thru March 6th

Week of March 2nd thru March 6th
It is almost Spring Break!
Spelling - Week 18 - please have students review throughout the week, and also study the high frequency words and dictation sentences.
Reading - we will be covering problem and solution - students will be their own detectives in finding the solution to a problem.
Writing - students will continue writing in their journals based on prompts
Social Studies - Landforms - students will continue working on their flip book and illustrating landforms.
This week is Read Across America (flyer went home in Wednesday folder) - Monday is hat day, Tuesday is dress up like Thing 1 and Thing 2, Wednesday is crazy hair day.
Creekview is also conducting a food drive this week, with the prize of a cookie cake going to the class with the most canned food donations at the end of the week!
Thank you!
Ms. Schafer

This week we will be covering the following:
Spelling - Week 17 - students were informed Monday and Tuesday in class 
Reading - Compare and Contrast two passages - fill out a Venn diagram and answer related questions in complete sentence format and multiple choice questions
Writing - Narrative - students will write a narrative paragraph
Social Studies - Maps/Landforms
Please let me know if you have any questions - you can email me through Ms. Johnson's email.
Thank you and have a great rest of the week!
Ms. Schafer

Weekly Focus 1/27-1/31

Weekly Focus  1/27 - 1/31

Reading- The students will complete a district spring benchmark test this week. They will also begin working on informational text including the structure, central idea, and supporting reasons. 

Writing- The students will write an argumentative piece in which they state and support their claim with evidence. This will count as a major test grade. We are working on spelling week 15  ( ng, nk, nt, pt, sk, st).  

Social Studies- The students will investigate and compare two historical figures using a venn diagram and create a joined timeline of their significant contributions.

Weekly Focus 1/21-1/24

Weekly Focus  1/21 - 1/24

Reading- The students will identify, use, and explain the meaning of antonyms, synonyms, idioms, homophones, and homographs in a text. They will complete an argumentative text assessment on Friday for a major grade. This will cover an author’s claim, facts, opinions, and supporting reasons. 

Writing- The students  will work on editing/publishing their  argumentative paragraph from last week. They will also continue learning about prepositions and prepositional phrases. We are working on spelling week 14 (ck, ct, ft, ld, mp, and nd ).  

Social Studies- The students will investigate and compare two historical figures using a venn diagram and create a joined timeline of their significant contributions.

Weekly Focus 1/13-1/17

Weekly Focus  1/13 - 1/17

Reading- The students will identify the claim and audience of an argumentative text.

Writing- We begin working on writing an argumentative paragraph. We are working on spelling list week 13 (pr, sh, th, pl).  

Social Studies- The students will learn about how Daniel Boone helped shape and expand his community.

Schedule of Events 12/16 - 12/20

Schedule of Events  12/16 - 12/20

December 17th - 3rd Grade Music Program at 6:30. 

December 18th - Polar Express at 2:00 (student can wear pajamas)

December 19th - Christmas Party 2:00 - 2:45

December 20th - Early Release 12:50

3rd Grade Music Program

This is a friendly reminder that the 3rd grade music program is tonight December 17th, at 6:30PM (Cafeteria). The specials teachers are asking for students to be dropped of by 6:00 and parents will be able to enter the school at 6:30. 

Creekview Cares Toy Drive

Toy Drive: December 9th-13th

Creekview Cares will be collecting toys to donate to Interfaith of The Woodlands.  If you wish to participate, please bring a new, unwrapped gift for a child of the same age and gender as your child.  The collection location will be in the main hallway the duration of the week.  Have your child drop their donation off before Rise and Shine at the designated tables.


Weekly Focus 12/9-12/13

Weekly Focus 12/9- 12/13

Reading- The students will compare theme, craft and ideas using familiar texts in children’s literature, dramatic literature and poetry

Writing- We begin working on writing an informational paragraph. We are working on spelling list week 12 (oy and oi).  

Social Studies- The students will investigate a cultural celebration of their choice and create a google slideshow presentation. This will be done in class and taken as a major social studies grade.

Field Trip Forms

Good Morning!
I just wanted to send a reminder that Friday, December 6th, is our 3rd grade field trip to see “The Nutcracker” ballet at Tomball High School. This is a special treat as the only guests invited to attend this special performance are the 3rd grade students from all the elementary schools in Tomball ISD. No special sack lunches are needed as we will be eating in the cafeteria before we leave, and we will not be needing any adult chaperones. A permission slip for the upcoming field trip was sent home in your child's Wednesday Folder. Please return the permission slip by Friday if possible!
Thank you so much!  
Megan Johnson

Weekly Focus 11/18-11/22

Weekly Focus 11/18 - 11/22

Reading- The students will continue learning about why authors write biographies and how suffixes are used to change the meaning of words. 

Writing- The students will identify character traits that describe Harriet Tubman based on text evidence from her biographies.  We are working on Spelling List Week 10 (ore, oar, air, are, ure).  

Social Studies- The students will explore how candidates win an election through the voting process. 

Weekly Focus 11/4-11/8

Weekly Focus 11/4-11/8

Reading- The students will finish learning about rhyme scheme, stanzas, lines, and sound devices found  in narrative poetry. The students will review in class today and will be assessed on Wednesday, November 6th. 

Writing- We will continue to study the different structures of poems and explore plural nouns that are written with the ending; s, es, and ies.  We are on week 8 spelling list (er and or). Spelling List Week 8

Social Studies- The students will continue learning about the three branches of government.