3rd Grade READING Practice Test Fiction, Nonfiction, Grammar ELA FSA | Test Prep

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Are your 3rd grade students apprehensive about the FSA? Set them up for success with this practice standardized test written in FSA style (similar to AIR)! They’ll get familiarized with passages, grammar questions and different question formats so they’ll know what to expect during the real test. 

Practice Test Includes: 

  • 2 literature (fiction) passages
  • 2 informational (nonfiction) passages
  • 12 reading comprehension questions written in testing format
  • 3 grammar questions written in testing format
  • Complete answer key

Test Question Formats: 

  • Selectable Text
  • Table Match
  • EBSR (Evidence-Based Selected Response)
  • Multiselect
  • Editing Task Choice
  • Multiple Choice

About The Practice Test

  • Passages are written on a third grade reading level and includes paired texts for both literature (narrative and poem) and informational (essay and brochure) reading.
  • Passages have related topics and themes.
  • Grammar questions with short text that underlines grammar and presents questions below.

*** This practice test is different from the ELA Test Prep Practice Test Volume 2. This is a second test for teachers who would like more practice resources or different texts. ***

Why Teachers Love It

  • Meets 3rd Grade Reading & Language Standards
  • 3rd Grade Common Core or Florida ELA Standards
    If your state’s standards are based on the Common Core, this product will likely align with your standards.
  • Questions are written in FSA format

The FSA standardized test is similar to AIR.

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  • This is an amazing resource!! I have a few students still struggling as we are preparing to take the FSA and this has helped so much with practicing the skills that they need for moving to the next level!” Brittany D. 
  • Such a great resource! Thanks! I used this to practice for our state testing and it really helped my students feel prepared and ready.” - Natalie P.  
  • Very, very helpful activity for my 3rd graders prepping for FSA ELA!” - Shea D. 


This practice test is included in the 3rd Grade Test Prep Bundle, which includes four games and this FSA-style reading practice test. SAVE 20% by purchasing the bundle vs. purchasing each resource individually!

What’s Included in the Bundle:

Reading Practice Test Literature, Informational, Grammar 3rd Grade

Vocabulary Kerplunk Review Game 3rd Grade

Shades of Meaning Review Card Game

Grammar & Spelling JENGA Review Game 3rd Grade

ELA Game Show & Practice Review Test 3rd Grade

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Form and use regular and irregular verbs.
Ensure subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement.
Form and use possessives.
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.


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