Reading Centers YEARLONG Bundle Fiction & Nonfiction Reading Game for 3rd Grade

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    Description

    This yearlong bundle of Reading Centers for 3rd grade includes three formats for each reading game (print and 2 digital) and will give your students interactive practice that reinforces ALL FICTION and NONFICTION READING STANDARDS! You’ll love using these for literacy centers, for independent work, for whole-class games, spiral review, and for test prep.

    The three formats, print, Google Forms, and interactive PDFs give you lots of flexibility in teaching and learning options! The Google Forms format is a great NO PREP, self-grading, and gathering data option. The interactive PDFs can be used on most digital learning platforms (any device that can open a PDF) including Google Classroom™, but can also be downloaded to a student’s device and played off WiFi! Kids still enjoy the hands-on print task cards for partner or small group games.

    Here’s what it includes:

    Fiction Reading Centers Bundle

    10 Hands-On Reading Centers (task cards and game boards)

    40 Google Forms Sets of Reading Centers (4 per standard)

    40 Interactive PDF Reading Centers (4 per standard)

    Printable Game Boards (color and black and white)

    Record Sheets

    Answer Keys

    Game Directions for Students for each set (an editable version is included too)

    Teacher Notes

    Getting Started Guide for How to Assign Interactive PDF Games

    Nonfiction Reading Centers Bundle:

    10 Hands-On Reading Centers (task cards and game boards)

    40 Google Forms Sets of Reading Centers (4 per standard)

    40 Interactive PDF Reading Centers (4 per standard)

    Printable Game Boards (color and black and white)

    Record Sheets

    Answer Keys

    Game Directions for Students for each set (An editable version is included too)

    Teacher Notes

    Getting Started Guide for How to Assign Interactive PDF Games

    *** This Yearlong Reading Centers Bundle allows you to SAVE MORE and get SO much more!

    Why you'll love this resource:

    • The reading centers are carefully aligned to cover ALL 3rd Grade FICTION aand NONFICTION READING STANDARDS!

    • The games give your students concentrated practice in a format that seems less overwhelming than large passages.

    • Your students will enjoy playing the games!

    • There are editable directions, so you can decide how you'd like your students to play.

    • The Google Forms are NO PREP, SELF-GRADING, and provide data for you.

    • The interactive PDF version is NO PREP, self-checking, and gives students immediate feedback.

    • The multiple-choice format makes the print version easy to grade.

    • There are so many ways to use the game, from literacy centers, whole class game times, one on one work, exit slips, to test prep, and more!!!

    • The reading games are all Common Core Aligned but have no Common Core notations and coordinates well with a number of different sets of standards including TEKS and VSOL.

    Want to take a look at the Fiction Reading Centers Bundle for 3rd Grade?

    Here are all of the fiction centers:

    Compare and Contrast

    Point of View

    Reading Comprehension: Details and Examples

    Context Clues

    Character Traits

    Elements of Stories, Dramas, and Poems

    Central Message: Moral

    Central Message Using Traditional Literature

    Illustrations and Text

    Reading Comprehension Using Literature

    Curious about the Nonfiction Reading Centers Bundle?

    Here are the nonfiction centers:

    Compare and Contrast

    Context Clues

    Details and Examples

    Illustrations and Text

    Logical Connections

    Main Idea

    Point of View

    Informational Text

    Text Features

    Time, Sequence, and Events

    Still not sure?

    Want to try a FREE center? This FREE Character Traits Game has 32 matching ice cream scoops and cones in 3 formats (print and 2 digital)! There are mini-character trait stories on the scoops and character traits on the ice cream cones!

    Need a different grade level?

    Reading Centers Nonfiction Bundle for 4th and 5th Grades

    Reading Centers Fiction Bundle for 4th and 5th Grades

    Reading Centers Fiction and Nonfiction Bundle for 4th and 5th Grades

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    Jenn

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    Standards

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    Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
    Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
    Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
    Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language.
    Refer to parts of stories, dramas, and poems when writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as chapter, scene, and stanza; describe how each successive part builds on earlier sections.

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