3rd Grade Reading
Printable Reading Packets (Passages and Questions) with Answer Keys for Each Week's Reading Skill Focus
If you don't have access to a printer, students can practice these same reading focus skills on our Google Classroom and in their iReady Reading lessons, and good fit books.
Week of 6/15 - 6/19:
Week of 6/8 - 6/12:
None because of iReady Reading Diagnostic Testing
Week of 6/1 - 6/5:
Week of 5/26 - 5/29:
Week of 5/18 - 5/21:
Week of 5/11 - 5/15:
Week of 5/4 - 5/8:
Week of 4/27 - 5/1:
Week of 4/20 - 4/14:
Week of 4/13 - 4/17:
Week of 3/30 - 4/3:
Digital Reading Resources for Home:
Accelerated Reader (AR Quizzes) - Now includes online articles and short quizzes to go with them. Accessible from the District Student Tools page
iReady Reading (at students' levels) - Accessible from the District Student Tools page
Scholastic Learn at Home - These provide many of the articles and videos from the Scholastic News magazine, along with links to other interactive content such as quizzes and learning games. A link to this site can also be found on my Google Classroom.
Reading Response Resources to Download:
Comic Strip Boxes - Students could draw a scene from a book they are reading or create their own story or scene.
Character Cube - Fill in information about a character, then cut out, fold, and tape or glue to make a cube.
Remarkable Book Review - Students write a review about a book they've read,
More Information About Our Reading Curriculum:
Our reading curriculum consists of whole class Shared Reading with grade-level texts, small group Guided Reading with texts at students' developmental reading level, and individual or small group work in Literacy Rotations. We use the Reach for Reading curriculum as well as other supplemental materials that are aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
Shared Reading lessons include the close reading of both fiction and non-fiction passages and responding to them to prepare for the SBA, as well as, a literature focus with the CIA (Collect, Interpret, Apply) unit of study for the book, Poppy.For Literacy Rotations, we will use the Daily 5 model:1 - Read to Self & AR Quizzes2 - Read to Someone/ Partner Reading - Sit Elbow to Elbow and Knee to Knee (EEKK), offer "Coaching or Time?" when someone is stuck on a word.3 - Work on Writing (including Writing Assignments and Free Choice Writing)4 - Word Work - including Spelling practice, Vocabulary, and Phonics: MyNG Connect Vocab Games (Student Tools -> Canvas -> 3rd Grade Reading -> MyNG Connect -> Vocab and/or Phonics Games).5 - Listen to Reading (Storyline Online - many of these stories have AR quizzes, also)