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Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)

Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
Reading Comprehension Assessments FREEBIE (3rd)
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Reading Comprehension Test: Grade 3 FREEBIE

This is a 3rd grade Leveled 200-word Reading Passage (Assessment), Reading Comprehension Questions (aligned with Common Core Standards), and a teacher data recording/progress monitoring/tracking sheet. The reading passage was leveled according to Fry’s Readability Formula for accuracy and consistency.

What can you assess with this?

=Common Core Reading Standards for Literature

=Comprehension Skills

=Fluency

=Accuracy

FULL VERSIONS INCLUDE AN ANSWER KEY!

This product is also available in a BUNDLE: Reading Comprehension Assessments BUNDLE K-3.

In FULL/PAID versions there are enough assessments to use for your annual, semester, trimester, or quarterly progress monitoring in Reading Comprehension. FULL/PAID versions have 5 Reading Passages and three pages of Common Core aligned Reading Comprehension Questions to go with each passage.

At the end of each paragraph on the passages there is a number that indicates the word total at that point.

The reading passages were leveled according to Fry’s Readability Formula for accuracy and consistency.

What can you assess with this?

=Common Core Reading Standards for Literature

=Comprehension Skills

=Fluency

=Accuracy

Want to assess it all in Reading, Writing, and Math for grades K-8?

Special Education Assessments BUNDLE K-8th for Reading, Writing, and Math

Get any Reading Comprehension Assessment for Grades K-8:

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

1st Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

1st Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

1st Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

4th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

4th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

4th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

5th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

5th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

5th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

6th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

6th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

6th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

7th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

7th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

7th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

8th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 1

8th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 2

8th Reading Comprehension Assessments Version 3

Look for other BUNDLED Reading Comprehension products like:

4th-8th Reading Comprehension Assessments YEARLONG BUNDLE

4th-6th Reading Comprehension Assessments

7th-8th Reading Comprehension Assessments

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Compare and contrast the themes, settings, and plots of stories written by the same author about the same or similar characters (e.g., in books from a series).
Explain how specific aspects of a text’s illustrations contribute to what is conveyed by the words in a story (e.g., create mood, emphasize aspects of a character or setting).
Distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters.
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.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language.
Total Pages
8 pages
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