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Thanks for viewing this product! Here is my third grade differentiated morning work bundle. Each month will have three different levels a different theme and focus on third grade standards for math, reading, and writing! So far in this bundle you will find the

-August pack with 24 different printables and focuses on the following skills (This is also a freebie uploaded in my store now!)

- Symmetry

- Addition/Subtraction

- Place value

- Even and odd numbers

- 2 step story problems

- Skip counting to help introduce multiplication

- Multiplication introduction by 5's

- Multiplication story problems

- Dividing by 5's

- August word search

- August boggle board

- Writing words with blends

- Close reading and highlighting the text

- Summarizing

- Types of sentences

- Making predictions

-September pack with 18 printables for each level and 4 bonus pages.

September focus skills are

- Symmetry

- Adding and subtracting

- Unknown addends

- Multiplying by 3 ,4 ,9, and 10s

-Arrays

-Division

-Multiplication/Division story problems

- Unknown numbers in multiplication equations

- Even and odd numbers

- Finding the area of rectangles

- Skip counting

- Higher level thinking questions

**The literacy section contains 3 posters to help students complete morning work. One poster is on the types of sentences, run on sentences, and types of nouns.

- Editing sentences

- Subject and predicate

- Phonics (long vowels and short vowel words)

- Homophones

- Rhyming words

- Types of sentences

- Non fiction passage about Labor Day and answering questions

- Run on sentences

- Synonyms and Antonyms

- Plural, past tense, and present tense words

- Common nouns, proper nouns, collective nouns

- Prefixes

-Reading September facts and answering questions about it

-October pack contains 20 different pages for each level plus 4 bonus pages. Enough for 24 days for each student!

The focus skills for October are

- Multiplying by 6, 8

- Multiplying and Dividing

- Story problems

- Area

- Adding three digit numbers

- Even or odd numbers

- Fractions

- Subtracting three digit numbers

- Patterns

- Number puzzle riddles

- Graphing and tally chart

- Skip counting

- Non fiction story about October and answering questions

- Writing poems

- Reading a passage and following directions

- Past and Present verbs and irregular verbs

- Non fiction passage about pumpkins and highlighting the text

- Synonyms

- Writing words with a three letter cluster

- Editing sentences

- Words with multiple meanings

- Writing adjectives

- Fictional passage for close reading

- Adding commas to dates

- Types of sentences

November has 14 printables for each level plus two extra math activities and two extra literacy activities

The following skills are in this packet

- Multiplication and Division

- Multiplication facts by 7 and 11

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Comparing fractions

- Adding and subtracting 3 digit numbers

- Even and odd numbers

- Number riddles

- Multiplication with unknown factors

- Drawing and writing fractions

- Writing fact families

- Writing words with vowel teams

- Reading notes about November and writing a summary

- plural nouns

- Writing addresses correctly

- Nonfiction passage about Thanksgiving and summarizing

- Combining sentences

- Adjectives

- Prepositions

- Fictional close reading passage

December morning work contains 3 different levels each with 12 printables and 3 bonus activities.

In this pack you'll find the following skills:

- Rounding

- Fractions

- Multiplication facts 0-12

- Division

- Adding and subtracting up to 1,000

- Symmetry

- Skip counting

- Story problems

- Writing summaries from notes about December

- Blends

- Commas and quotation marks

- Adjectives

- Vowel teams

- Knowing the moral of a folktale

- Prefixes, suffixes, and root words

January Skills

- Multiplication 0-12

- Telling time to the nearest minute

- Story problems

- Writing numbers in expanded form

- Extended response math questions

- Quadrilaterals

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Elapse time story problems

- Writing an acrostic poem

- Word search

- Nouns, verbs, pronouns and adjectives

- Answering comprehension questions to short passages

- Nonfiction about Martin Luther King Jr. and understanding main idea plus comprehension questions.

- Alliterations

- Similes

- Cinquain poem

- Singular and plural nouns adding yes

- Comparative and superlative adjectives

- Nonfiction passage on hibernating plus comprehension questions

- Point of view

- Writing captions in first person for pictures

February Skills

- Multiplication facts 1-12

- Dividing

- 2 step story problems

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Word problems multiplying bigger numbers like 42 x 10

- Bar graphs

- Picture graphs

- Extended response questions

- Higher level story problems

- Word Search

- Rhyming poems

- Opinion writing

- Adjectives, nouns, pronouns, and verbs

- Prefixes and suffixes

- Nonfiction passages for Black History Month with comprehension questions. Students will read and learn about George Washing Carver, Jackie Robinson, and Harriet Tubman.

- Past, present, and future verbs

- Idioms

- Onomatopoeias

- Common and proper nouns

- Helping and action verbs

March is now uploaded on here too! 14 pages for each level plus 3 bonus activities. Your students will focus on these skills

- Multiplication 0-12

- Division

- Addition with regrouping

- Subtraction with borrowing

- Even and odd numbers

- Two step story problems

- Fraction on a number line

- Fractions on a shape

- Ordering fractions from least to greatest

- Comparing fractions using < , > , and =

- Drawing arrays to solve story problems

- Authors point of view

- Idioms

- Similes

- Possessive nouns

- Close reading passage

- Metaphors

April is also uploaded in this bundle! For math it touches on all common core standards. Here are the following skills students will practice on this months morning work

- Multiplying 1-12

- Dividing by numbers 1-12

- Two step story problems

- Rounding to the nearest 10

- Rounding to the nearest 100

- Multiplying large numbers that end in 0 example 30 x 5 =

- Adding within 1,000

- Subtracting within 1,000

- Matching written fractions to fractions on a number line

- Dividing shapes in equal parts

- Telling time to the nearest minute

- Story problems relating to measurement

- Identifying quadrilaterals, rectangles, triangles, squares, parallelograms, and circles. Knowing what shapes can be both a quadrilateral and have other features.

- Higher level thinking questions

Literacy for April is not differentiated because students are asked to write different types of poems. They will write and learn about acrostics, couplets, quatrains, concrete, lyric poems, bio poems, limerick poems, and diamante poems. Included in the literacy section is a word search and a chart for students to practice rhyming words to use later on to help them write their poems.

May Packet contains 22 pages for each student. 18 differentiated pages with 4 bonus pages

Finding multiples of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11

Even and odd numbers

Two step story problems and students will use different basic operations to solve

Multiplying within 100

Switching multiplication to division problems

Dividing within 100

Switching division problems to multiplication problems

Rounding to the nearest 10

Rounding to the nearest 100

Adding within 1,000

Subtracting within 1,000

Place value

Fractions on a number line

Comparing fractions

Understanding equivalent fractions

Creating a pictograph and bar graph

Answering questions using a charts and graphs

Understanding shapes and quadrilaterals

Dividing shapes into halves, thirds, and fourths

Adjectives, verbs, and nouns

Onomatopoeias

Homophones

Homonyms

Dictionary search

Blends

Editing sentences

Weak and stronger words

Vowel pairs

Concrete vs abstract nouns

Fictional read aloud and finding the main idea

Comparative adjectives

Quotations in sentences

Present vs past tense verbs

Non-fiction read aloud about Memorial Day

The summer packet that is also included in this bundle has over 110 pages. Here is a description on what is all included for summer.

2 symmetry drawing pages

4 multiplication pages and 4 division pages that students will time themselves and write down their times for each page. I make 5 copies of each page for extra practice and to fill up the tracker.

Comparing fractions

Word problems

2 step story problems

Telling time

Adding within 1,000

Subtracting within 1,000

Rounding to the nearest 10

Rounding to the nearest 100

Story problems using rounding skills

Naming different shapes and understanding quadrilaterals, parallel lines, and angles

Even and odd numbers

Area and perimeter with squares and rectangles

Fractions on a number line

Observing fractions to answer questions

Elapse time story problems

Creating a pictograph and answering questions based on the graph

The literacy section has 5 extra pages and 12 pages for each level

A summer word search

Boggle

Writing address

Quotation marks

Concrete vs. abstract nouns

Fact and opinion reading passage

Cause and effect

Coordinating conjunctions

Weak and strong words

Possessive nouns

Prefixes

Editing sentences

Nonfiction passage and knowing the main idea and authors purpose

Diphthongs

Fictional passage and students will answer 5 different questions in complete sentences

Subject verb agreement

Prepositions

Homophones

Homonyms

Nonfiction passage and answering questions

Suffixes

The summer packet also includes a writing section! Students will have 5 different writing topics that has differentiated writing plans. Level 1 will write 1 paragraph level 2 will write 2 paragraphs and level 3 will write 2-3 paragraphs. Each level also has rough draft pages and final draft pages. I make several copies of the rough draft and final draft pages so they have plenty of room to write. Also, included is an editing sheet for students to check off after they have edited their rough drafts and before the write the final draft. I make 5 copies of the editing sheet, one copy for each writing topic.

I hope you enjoy this MEGA morning work bundle! Thank you so much!

***Please check out the preview!***

Again each page is geared for third grade standards.

Each month is sold separately for $4-$7. Buy early and save big! As more months are added the price will rise!

Feedback is appreciated! Happy Teaching!

Here are the months separated so you can check out each month itself!

Differentiated Morning Work FREEBIE August

Differentiated Morning Work September

-August pack with 24 different printables and focuses on the following skills (This is also a freebie uploaded in my store now!)

- Symmetry

- Addition/Subtraction

- Place value

- Even and odd numbers

- 2 step story problems

- Skip counting to help introduce multiplication

- Multiplication introduction by 5's

- Multiplication story problems

- Dividing by 5's

- August word search

- August boggle board

- Writing words with blends

- Close reading and highlighting the text

- Summarizing

- Types of sentences

- Making predictions

-September pack with 18 printables for each level and 4 bonus pages.

September focus skills are

- Symmetry

- Adding and subtracting

- Unknown addends

- Multiplying by 3 ,4 ,9, and 10s

-Arrays

-Division

-Multiplication/Division story problems

- Unknown numbers in multiplication equations

- Even and odd numbers

- Finding the area of rectangles

- Skip counting

- Higher level thinking questions

**The literacy section contains 3 posters to help students complete morning work. One poster is on the types of sentences, run on sentences, and types of nouns.

- Editing sentences

- Subject and predicate

- Phonics (long vowels and short vowel words)

- Homophones

- Rhyming words

- Types of sentences

- Non fiction passage about Labor Day and answering questions

- Run on sentences

- Synonyms and Antonyms

- Plural, past tense, and present tense words

- Common nouns, proper nouns, collective nouns

- Prefixes

-Reading September facts and answering questions about it

-October pack contains 20 different pages for each level plus 4 bonus pages. Enough for 24 days for each student!

The focus skills for October are

- Multiplying by 6, 8

- Multiplying and Dividing

- Story problems

- Area

- Adding three digit numbers

- Even or odd numbers

- Fractions

- Subtracting three digit numbers

- Patterns

- Number puzzle riddles

- Graphing and tally chart

- Skip counting

- Non fiction story about October and answering questions

- Writing poems

- Reading a passage and following directions

- Past and Present verbs and irregular verbs

- Non fiction passage about pumpkins and highlighting the text

- Synonyms

- Writing words with a three letter cluster

- Editing sentences

- Words with multiple meanings

- Writing adjectives

- Fictional passage for close reading

- Adding commas to dates

- Types of sentences

November has 14 printables for each level plus two extra math activities and two extra literacy activities

The following skills are in this packet

- Multiplication and Division

- Multiplication facts by 7 and 11

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Comparing fractions

- Adding and subtracting 3 digit numbers

- Even and odd numbers

- Number riddles

- Multiplication with unknown factors

- Drawing and writing fractions

- Writing fact families

- Writing words with vowel teams

- Reading notes about November and writing a summary

- plural nouns

- Writing addresses correctly

- Nonfiction passage about Thanksgiving and summarizing

- Combining sentences

- Adjectives

- Prepositions

- Fictional close reading passage

December morning work contains 3 different levels each with 12 printables and 3 bonus activities.

In this pack you'll find the following skills:

- Rounding

- Fractions

- Multiplication facts 0-12

- Division

- Adding and subtracting up to 1,000

- Symmetry

- Skip counting

- Story problems

- Writing summaries from notes about December

- Blends

- Commas and quotation marks

- Adjectives

- Vowel teams

- Knowing the moral of a folktale

- Prefixes, suffixes, and root words

January Skills

- Multiplication 0-12

- Telling time to the nearest minute

- Story problems

- Writing numbers in expanded form

- Extended response math questions

- Quadrilaterals

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Elapse time story problems

- Writing an acrostic poem

- Word search

- Nouns, verbs, pronouns and adjectives

- Answering comprehension questions to short passages

- Nonfiction about Martin Luther King Jr. and understanding main idea plus comprehension questions.

- Alliterations

- Similes

- Cinquain poem

- Singular and plural nouns adding yes

- Comparative and superlative adjectives

- Nonfiction passage on hibernating plus comprehension questions

- Point of view

- Writing captions in first person for pictures

February Skills

- Multiplication facts 1-12

- Dividing

- 2 step story problems

- Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

- Word problems multiplying bigger numbers like 42 x 10

- Bar graphs

- Picture graphs

- Extended response questions

- Higher level story problems

- Word Search

- Rhyming poems

- Opinion writing

- Adjectives, nouns, pronouns, and verbs

- Prefixes and suffixes

- Nonfiction passages for Black History Month with comprehension questions. Students will read and learn about George Washing Carver, Jackie Robinson, and Harriet Tubman.

- Past, present, and future verbs

- Idioms

- Onomatopoeias

- Common and proper nouns

- Helping and action verbs

March is now uploaded on here too! 14 pages for each level plus 3 bonus activities. Your students will focus on these skills

- Multiplication 0-12

- Division

- Addition with regrouping

- Subtraction with borrowing

- Even and odd numbers

- Two step story problems

- Fraction on a number line

- Fractions on a shape

- Ordering fractions from least to greatest

- Comparing fractions using < , > , and =

- Drawing arrays to solve story problems

- Authors point of view

- Idioms

- Similes

- Possessive nouns

- Close reading passage

- Metaphors

April is also uploaded in this bundle! For math it touches on all common core standards. Here are the following skills students will practice on this months morning work

- Multiplying 1-12

- Dividing by numbers 1-12

- Two step story problems

- Rounding to the nearest 10

- Rounding to the nearest 100

- Multiplying large numbers that end in 0 example 30 x 5 =

- Adding within 1,000

- Subtracting within 1,000

- Matching written fractions to fractions on a number line

- Dividing shapes in equal parts

- Telling time to the nearest minute

- Story problems relating to measurement

- Identifying quadrilaterals, rectangles, triangles, squares, parallelograms, and circles. Knowing what shapes can be both a quadrilateral and have other features.

- Higher level thinking questions

Literacy for April is not differentiated because students are asked to write different types of poems. They will write and learn about acrostics, couplets, quatrains, concrete, lyric poems, bio poems, limerick poems, and diamante poems. Included in the literacy section is a word search and a chart for students to practice rhyming words to use later on to help them write their poems.

May Packet contains 22 pages for each student. 18 differentiated pages with 4 bonus pages

Finding multiples of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11

Even and odd numbers

Two step story problems and students will use different basic operations to solve

Multiplying within 100

Switching multiplication to division problems

Dividing within 100

Switching division problems to multiplication problems

Rounding to the nearest 10

Rounding to the nearest 100

Adding within 1,000

Subtracting within 1,000

Place value

Fractions on a number line

Comparing fractions

Understanding equivalent fractions

Creating a pictograph and bar graph

Answering questions using a charts and graphs

Understanding shapes and quadrilaterals

Dividing shapes into halves, thirds, and fourths

Adjectives, verbs, and nouns

Onomatopoeias

Homophones

Homonyms

Dictionary search

Blends

Editing sentences

Weak and stronger words

Vowel pairs

Concrete vs abstract nouns

Fictional read aloud and finding the main idea

Comparative adjectives

Quotations in sentences

Present vs past tense verbs

Non-fiction read aloud about Memorial Day

The summer packet that is also included in this bundle has over 110 pages. Here is a description on what is all included for summer.

2 symmetry drawing pages

4 multiplication pages and 4 division pages that students will time themselves and write down their times for each page. I make 5 copies of each page for extra practice and to fill up the tracker.

Comparing fractions

Word problems

2 step story problems

Telling time

Adding within 1,000

Subtracting within 1,000

Rounding to the nearest 10

Rounding to the nearest 100

Story problems using rounding skills

Naming different shapes and understanding quadrilaterals, parallel lines, and angles

Even and odd numbers

Area and perimeter with squares and rectangles

Fractions on a number line

Observing fractions to answer questions

Elapse time story problems

Creating a pictograph and answering questions based on the graph

The literacy section has 5 extra pages and 12 pages for each level

A summer word search

Boggle

Writing address

Quotation marks

Concrete vs. abstract nouns

Fact and opinion reading passage

Cause and effect

Coordinating conjunctions

Weak and strong words

Possessive nouns

Prefixes

Editing sentences

Nonfiction passage and knowing the main idea and authors purpose

Diphthongs

Fictional passage and students will answer 5 different questions in complete sentences

Subject verb agreement

Prepositions

Homophones

Homonyms

Nonfiction passage and answering questions

Suffixes

The summer packet also includes a writing section! Students will have 5 different writing topics that has differentiated writing plans. Level 1 will write 1 paragraph level 2 will write 2 paragraphs and level 3 will write 2-3 paragraphs. Each level also has rough draft pages and final draft pages. I make several copies of the rough draft and final draft pages so they have plenty of room to write. Also, included is an editing sheet for students to check off after they have edited their rough drafts and before the write the final draft. I make 5 copies of the editing sheet, one copy for each writing topic.

I hope you enjoy this MEGA morning work bundle! Thank you so much!

***Please check out the preview!***

Again each page is geared for third grade standards.

Each month is sold separately for $4-$7. Buy early and save big! As more months are added the price will rise!

Feedback is appreciated! Happy Teaching!

Here are the months separated so you can check out each month itself!

Differentiated Morning Work FREEBIE August

Differentiated Morning Work September

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