This is a mega pack for the 3rd grade treasures series for unit 1. It includes a comprehension activity, a vocabulary activity, and two grammar activities for the week for each story: First Day Jitters, Amazing Grace, Earth Smart, Wolf!, and My Very Own Room. It also contains printable grade sheets for each week of the unit.
First Day Jitters:
Comprehension Activity: This is a great activity for students to complete as they are reading First Day Jitters. It is a great way for students to comprehend the text as they are reading it. It keeps them focused and ensure comprehension throughout their reading.
Vocabulary Activity: This is an activity for students to apply the vocabulary words for the week to their own lives. They list, write, draw, and do many other things to ensure their understanding of the vocabulary words.
Blossoming Interview: Students choose a movie or book character of their choice and write interview questions starting with each of the question words for them. They also write a statement they would say to that character.
Missing Punctuation: Students cut out the sentences below that are missing punctuation. They then paste them under the punctuation that belongs at the end of each.
Comprehension Activity: This is a great comprehension activity for students to fill out as they are reading the story Amazing Grace. This is a great way to ensure students are understanding and following along with the story.
Vocabulary Activity: This activity has the students apply the vocabulary words for the week to their own lives to ensure understanding of their meanings.
Sporty Sentences: Students look at the pictures and create a command and an exclamation for each.
Animal Adventures Commands vs. Exclamations Board Game: Great game for students to play and practice their ability to identify commands vs. exclamations.
*Subject Sort: Students cut out the sentences and underline the complete subject in each. They then paste the sentence in the proper section depending on how many words make up the complete subject in each sentence.
*Silly Subject Mad Lib: Students write down 9 subjects (some singular and some plural). They then cut them out and paste them into the right spot on the story. They can read their funny mad libs to their friends. Great way to introduce subjects of a sentence.
*Match 'Em Up: Subjects: Memory game where students match a sentence to it's complete subject. Contains 24 cards.
*Subject/Predicate Match: Students color all of the subjects pink and the predicates yellow. They then cut them out and paste them into complete sentences that explain the pictures above. Key included.
*Subject/Predicate Silly Story: Cut apart all of the subjects and place into one bucket. Cut apart all of the predicates and place into a different bucket. Have students draw one subject and one predicate. They paste the two into a complete sentence on their paper. They then write a 5+ sentence story based on the sentence they created. They then draw a picture of their story and share with their classmates! My students loved this activity!
My Very Own Room:
*Compound Sentence Hidden Letter Activity: Students color all boxes that contain a compound sentence red and ones that do not yellow. When done, it will reveal a letter of the alphabet. Students then create a compound sentence of their own using that letter. Great Self-Check activity! Key included.
*Compound Sentence Fun Activity: Students draw two short sentences and a conjunction word. They then put the three together into a compound sentence. You can either have them share these sentences aloud or write a short silly story about the sentence.