3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE

3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
3rd Grade Informational, Literature, and Language Lessons BUNDLE
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  1. Full lesson plans for EVERY common core literacy standard. All of the lessons are hands-on, real life related, and engaging your students. These lessons are meant to teach the terminology and how the reading skill works in their real life. These lessons are introduction lessons that you teach before
  2. Full lesson plans for EVERY common core informational standard. All of the lessons are hands-on, real life related, and engaging your students. These lessons are meant to teach the terminology and how the reading skill works in their real life. These lessons are introduction lessons that you teach b
  3. Full lesson plans for EVERY common core language standard. All of the lessons are hands-on, real life related, and engaging your students. These lessons are meant to teach the terminology and how the language skill works in their real life. These lessons are introduction lessons that you teach to le
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Full lesson plans for EVERY common core 3rd grade literature, informational, and language standard. All of the lessons are hands-on, real life related, and engaging your students. These lessons are meant to teach the terminology and how the reading skill works in their real life. These lessons are introduction lessons that you teach before you start applying the skill to a text.

These lessons are based on third grade standards, but can easily be used and adapted for second and fourth grade

Why will these lessons help your students grow?

Engagement- These lessons are fun and hands-on. They allow the students to experience the reading ideas in a real life context. They let children understand the terms and how they can relate it to reading. They will LOVE them!

Rigor- These lessons make students think out of the box. They have to engage in really understanding what they are doing.

Low Prep- These lessons have minimal prep involved and there are only a few lessons where you would need to get outside materials.

Memorable- These lesson are memorable. Your students will say these were their favorite lessons all year. Also, when you want to remind them what compare and contrast is you just say "think about the court case"! This will happen with all the skills!

What’s Included?

The Literature Lessons Include:

1. Inferencing Investigation

2. Main Idea & Detail Cooking

3. Cause & Effect Chain

4. Central Message Pictures

5. Character Trait Skit

6. Character Trait Profile

7. Nonliteral vs. Literal Acting

8. Summarizing Clue

9. Chapter Building Sequencing

10. Authors Purpose Cards

11. Authors Purpose Doctor

12. Point of View Pictures

13. Point of View Bootcamp

14. Illustration Flash Sentences

15. Illustration Pictures

16. Theme Baseball Coach

17. Setting Walk

18. Problem & Solution Match

19. Problem & Solution Research

20. Compare & Contrast Scenes

The Informational Lesson Include:

1. Animal Questioning

2. Text Evidence Clue

3. Main Idea and Detail Sports

4. Main Idea and Detail Diary

5. Picture Sort

6. Historical Partners

7. Use the Picture

8. Interesting Words

9. Text Feature Presentations

10. Text Feature Book Titles

11. The Debate

12. The Interview

13. Map Stories

14. Photograph Stories

15. Text Structure Take Over

16. Text Structure News Show

17. Comparing Court Case

18. Our Class Topic

The Language Lesson Include:

Reader’s Theater Part of Speech

Superhero Nouns

Abstract Noun Writing

Irregular Verb Musical Chairs

Leader Verb Tense Game

Pronoun Adventure

Subject-Verb Play

Comparative and Superlative Challenges

Conjunction Topics

Simple to Compound

Solve the Capital Mystery

Writing to Relatives

Book Walk Dialogue Style

Our House

Silly Sentences

Spell that Word

Find that Word

Acting and Writing For Effect

Two Characters, One Lesson

Context Clue Around the World

Affix Chefs

Race to the Root Word

Dictionary Football

Teacher Says

Find a Person Who

Shades of Meaning

A Day in the Life

>>>Find a Free Sample Here<<<

What are others saying?!

Kelsey- Great resource! The kids absolutely loved the main idea sports activity we did today. These are such fun activities! Thanks so much!

Melissa- I am always looking for fun activities that will engage my students. This bundle will definitely help my class learn new concepts in a fun way!

Buyer- These are FUN activities/lessons to kick of any unit. They are low prep and kids love them. Thank you, thank you!!>>>Find the BUNDLE here<<<

I really wanted my students to understand what things like "point of view" meant. I wanted them to be able to remember what it meant and how it applied to not only what they are reading, but their life outside a text. I also wanted a tangible memory or experience that I could attach to the skill. This is how these lessons were born. Now my students really understand the term and remember it all year long! I hope yours can too!

Much Love,

Hannah

The Friendly Teacher


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Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate conversational, general academic, and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal spatial and temporal relationships (e.g., After dinner that night we went looking for them).
Distinguish shades of meaning among related words that describe states of mind or degrees of certainty (e.g., knew, believed, suspected, heard, wondered).
Identify real-life connections between words and their use (e.g., describe people who are friendly or helpful).
Distinguish the literal and nonliteral meanings of words and phrases in context (e.g., take steps).
Demonstrate understanding of word relationships and nuances in word meanings.
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1 Year
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