3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon

3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
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3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
3rd Grade November Reading Adventure- Mystery of the Missing Moon
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  1. The Learning League has mysteries to solve that require the use of your students' reading skills!! These reading questions have been tailored specifically for 3rd graders in the month of November, so give your classroom explorers a chance to review their knowledge and simultaneously go on an adventu
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As the Learning League was looking through a telescope at the stars, they watch a moon disappear right before their eyes!! There is only one person who would do that--the Culture Crook. But they’re not sure which planet lost its moon, so they need your help to follow the clues by answering reading questions! This Reading Adventure will keep your classroom explorers engaged and working hard on reading skills, while learning some science!

Included in this Reading Adventure:

-Teacher Instructions

-Mystery Booklet

-5 Planet Fact Posters

-5 Planet Science Posters

-5 Google Slides with a total of 41 reading problems

--------------->Jupiter: Find the Synonym

--------------->Mars: Find the Antonym

--------------->Neptune: Compare & Contrast

--------------->Saturn: Order Paragraph Sentences

--------------->Uranus:  Identify Text Features

-Copy of 5 Google Slides for customization

-Answer Key

-QR Code Posters

-Paperless Option

-Task Cards Option

-Writing Challenge

Three tracks for this activity:

1. Use mystery booklet and QR codes to access Google Slides in order to get to reading problems.

OR 2. Print task cards with reading problems.

OR 3. Go entirely digital with Slides.

COMMON CORE STANDARDS:

L3.5, L3.5C, RL3.9, RI3.3, RI3.8

TEKS:

3.4C, 3.8A, 3.9, 3.13D, 4.9Diii

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT:

This activity is low prep (just print booklets for each student, 5 posters, and 5 QR codes), and it takes the speediest students about an hour to finish. The average student takes about 45-90 minutes to complete. 

CUSTOMIZABLE:

Make these problems more accessible or more challenging for your classroom by making your own Google Slides copy. 

AWESOME PRODUCT FOR November:

These skills are best practiced around November 28th, which is Red Planet Day!

UPDATED WITH 100% DIGITAL OPTION:

Great for online and paperless classrooms, as well as classes with 1:1 laptops! Watch this video to see how it works. (If you're 1:1 with iPads, the original way works best.)


GREAT FOR SUB PLANS!!

Download this FREEBIE to give Math Adventures a try!

The Oil Spill Mystery

Check out the rest of the November Learning League Adventures:

Reading- The Native American Tradition Mystery (3rd grade)

Math - The Case of the Hijacked Hat (3rd grade)

Math- Case of the Influential Native American (3rd grade)

Come back for other month's reading mysteries:
December Learning League Adventure Bundle

January Learning League Adventure Bundle (COMING SOON)

February Learning League Adventure Bundle (COMING SOON)

These same resources also made for 4th and 5th graders!

FOLLOW ME for upcoming ADVENTURES with the Learning League!

Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Distinguish shades of meaning among related words that describe states of mind or degrees of certainty (e.g., knew, believed, suspected, heard, wondered).
Demonstrate understanding of word relationships and nuances in word meanings.
Describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text (e.g., comparison, cause/effect, first/second/third in a sequence).
Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
Compare and contrast the themes, settings, and plots of stories written by the same author about the same or similar characters (e.g., in books from a series).
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