This Third Grade Test Prep packet includes3 fiction reading passages2 biographical non-fiction passages30+ evidence-based questionsQuestions about charts, tables, and illustrationsQuestion topics include: theme, setting, main idea, evidence, compare and contrast, morals, cause and effect, two-part questions, and sequence of events.The packet is useful for AIR testing, PARCC testing, or any other standardized state tests.Easy to use in centers, small group, whole group, as independent work…
This is an easy-to-use, PowerPoint, interactive-game. It is made for whole class instruction. The game is set up to provide in-depth content on topics with random question generation and random points given and taken away. It is a teacher directed lesson with up to 8 teams possible to play. The teacher or a score-keeper will add and subtract points as needed and enter scores into the game-board.
The Super Bowl is this coming Sunday (I predict that the Patriots will win). The odds are good that you have some students who are also interested in the game. Try one of the following resources to turn your students' enthusiasm for the Super Bowl into a fun lesson.NBC's Science of Footballis a series of ten videos from NBC Learn explaining and demonstrating math and science concepts as they relate to football. The list of topics covered in the Science of NFL Football includes Torque…
Explore Text Structure through Social Studies and Science topics! Look at Descriptive, Compare and Contrast, Sequence, Problem and Solution, and Cause and Effect Text Structures! Topics include: Native Americans, US Government, Energy, Matter, Ecosystems, and Space.
Inspiration Maps ($9.99) Students build their knowledge by creating diagrams, maps and organizers that help them brainstorm, plan, organize and build thinking skills. Tap to transform visual work into outlines that export for writing. Use Inspiration Maps to: - Brainstorm new ideas and capture insights - Analyze information - Understand cause and effect - Organize projects - Organize thoughts and topics for writing - Take notes - Study for exams
Create, think and learn as you use Inspiration Maps to: - Brainstorm new ideas and capture insights - Analyze information - Understand cause and effect - Organize projects - Organize thoughts and topics for writing - Take notes - Study for exams
Snow by Cynthia Rylant will spark your students to write descriptively about winter topics whether it's a snow day, sledding with a buddy, or keeping safe in snowy weather. This unit also includes visualizing, cause and effect relationships, and questioning. $3.50 at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Snow-by-Cynthia-Rylant-Guided-Reading-Unit-1008894