3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Daily Passages - Distance Learning
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This spiral Third Grade Daily Reading Comprehension Review includes 180 reading passages with questions. They can be used as test prep, RTI, warm-up work, bell work, guided reading passages with comprehension questions, homework, or sub work. This is part of our Daily Reading Review series.

This is a HUGE BUNDLE with 180 passages. Fiction, informational, drama, poetry, paired passages, and embedded procedures are all included in every quarter!

Passages include questions in each quarter to cover every objective multiple times.


⭐ This resource can be used in your Google classroom with the TpT Digital Activities tool.


⭐ Features

→ 180 engaging, daily, short reading passages

→ Easy to complete in just a few minutes each day

→ All genres are covered every quarter

→ Every 3rd grade reading comprehension objective is covered every quarter

→ Questions require high-level, critical thinking, text-evidence-based answers

→ Laser-like focus on the standards

⭐ Contents

★ First Quarter (9 weeks; 45 passages)

★ Second Quarter (9 weeks; 45 passages)

★ Third Quarter (9 weeks; 45 passages)

★ Fourth Quarter (9 weeks; 45 passages)

⭐ Format

→ 1 short passage per day

→ Complex text with rigorous 3rd grade vocabulary

→ paired passages have 2 short passages per day

→ 3 objective questions

→ 1 short answer response question

→ 36 weeks, 5 days per week, totaling 180 reading passages

→ detailed Answer Keys

→ Answer Keys identify the genre and the objective covered for every question

⭐ Genres Included

★ Fiction (realistic, myths, legends, historical, and fables)

★ Informational (social studies and science content)

★ Biographies

★ Drama

★ Paired Passages

★ Poetry

⭐ Each Page Features

→ Attractive borders

→ Easy-to-read, attractive fonts

→ No grade level printed on student pages, for seamless differentiation

→ Most pages include an illustration to support comprehension and engage learners

⭐ Uses

★ Bell Work. Students get in a routine of getting to work immediately upon entering the classroom. By the time the teacher is finished with attendance reporting and other morning routines, students are finished working. The teacher can then review the work in whole group.

★ Homework Packet. Each week has an included cover sheet. It’s easy to copy these front to back for a weekly reading homework packet.

★ Small Group Instruction. The short passages make this a perfect fit for short instructional time periods.

★ Intervention / RTI. With the detailed Answer Keys, it’s easy to choose a genre and objectives the student needs.

★ Differentiation. The passages are all written within the third grade CCSS Stretch reading level Band. However, the grade level is not printed on the pages, making this resource perfect for older students who need additional support.

★ Test Prep. Great for review and practice during crunch time before state tests.

⭐ Contents

→ one cover page for each week (36)

→ one sheet with passage and questions for each day of the school year, including Fridays (180)

→ one answer key for each week (36)

→ total of 252 pages


The Series of Daily Language Reviews

2nd Grade Daily Language Review

3rd Grade Daily Language Review

4th Grade Daily Language Review

5th Grade Daily Language Review


There are over a thousand reviews for our Daily Language Review series. These are some typical reviews for that series.

★ I’ve been teaching for a couple of decades and have always used some type of Daily Language. This one is clearly head and shoulders above the rest. It is quite complete, has a logical-kid friendly layout, and weekly tests to boot. It covers all the standards and is WAY underpriced. Just a fantastic product. I appreciate all your hard work. It must have taken forever to put this together in such a thoughtful manner. My class will reap the benefits next school year!

★ I cannot say enough about this product!! I love this product!! I started using it only every other week, and then I began using it every week because it was so useful, and the students were learning so much from it!

★ This is the best spiral language review I have ever used. It must have taken you months to create. Thank you for writing such an effective resource.

★ I love this! I believe this is my favorite daily warm-up activity that I have ever used!

★ I'm so excited to have this as a resource for my below-grade level intervention students. I really like that the rigor increases throughout the year.

★ I love this product. I used it for several years in fourth grade. Moving to third this year so I had to have this level as well. Thanks writing such excellent material.

★ The quality, depth, and effectiveness of this Daily Reading Review is the same as you find in our Daily Language Review Series.


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Compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic.
Describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text (e.g., comparison, cause/effect, first/second/third in a sequence).
Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).
Distinguish their own point of view from that of the author of a text.
Use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information relevant to a given topic efficiently.
Total Pages
252 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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